The holidays are almost here, which means you're gunna wanna start saving up for all the gifts you'll need to buy.\nA great way to make a couple extra bucks during the festive season is to pick up one of these great seasonal Montreal jobs. \nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nWe've collected a list of great seasonal Montreal jobs, considering there are just about two and a half months until Christmas - also known as that time of year called Where The Hell Did All My Money Go?\nCash around this time seems to go out faster than it comes in with dinners and celebrations to attend, gift exchanges, travel, and a plethora of reindeer sweaters for all those ugly sweater parties.\nBut on the plus side, this is the ideal time of year to pick up some seasonal work to keep your pockets flush or at least a step above a January diet of ramen noodles.\nMaybe you're already working a full-time position or busy studying at University and just a need a few extra dollars to get you through this time. Luckily, there are a lot of options available for part-time work in Montreal.\nYou will have to sacrifice some of that coveted free time but it will pay off in the end. And at least if you're busy making money, you're not out spending it.\nThese jobs won't make you filthy rich but they will take the edge off the holiday season.\nKeep reading below for the 7 seasonal jobs that are available in Montreal right now.\nCustomer Service/Retail\nView this post on Instagram So much to choose from - I went with Fantasy Island #davidstea #montreal #teanotcoffe A post shared by Margaret Lum (@lumdogg) on Sep 23, 2012 at 10:44am PDT\nThe months before Christmas are the prime time to find seasonal work in retail stores. Most shops are looking to hire staff on a short term basis to help with all of the holiday shoppers. Opening hours usually run a little later so working in the evening or on weekends is an option.\nSalary: Approx $13 - $16/hour\nApply here:\nDavid's Tea | SSENSE\nPostal Service Worker\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Fedex Shipment Center (@fedex.ship.center) on Jun 10, 2019 at 3:29pm PDT\nMail and delivery companies are intensely busy this time of year. If you're in good physical shape and don't mind being on your feet for a few hours while lifting or sorting packages, this is a good way to make some extra side money.\nSalary: Approx $14 - $16/hour\nApply here:\nFEDEX | Canada Post\nTeach English On-Line\nView this post on Instagram “I see one bug! Look, I now see two bugs!! Watch out!!!” ⭐️🍎🧡👀🦟🦗🕷🕸#vipkidclassroom #vipkidteacher #vipkid #workfromhome A post shared by Kendra Jones 🧡🇨🇳❤️🇺🇸🍎⭐️🤓 (@eslteacherkendra) on Oct 11, 2019 at 5:35am PDT\nAll you need is a computer, a good internet connection, and a neutral English accent to work as an English teacher online. Some companies will ask for a B.A. - but it is possible to find a position without one. You get to make your own hours and work from home.\nSalary: $18 - $25/hour\nApply here:\nVIPKID | QKids\nREAD ALSO: Montreal's Construction Industry Has To Fill 20,000 Jobs & Here's How Much They Pay\nDog Walking & Boarding\nView this post on Instagram There’s silly and then there’s Mia silly 😂😂 . . #tot #tongueouttuesday #cutie #silly #dog #puppy #adorable #smiles #bellyrubs #dogsofinstagram #doggo #yorkiesofinstagram #yorkie #maltese #morkie #cute #pocket #bigeyes #dogoftheday #adoptdontshop A post shared by Walks and Wags Montreal (@walksandwagsmtl) on Aug 26, 2019 at 10:58am PDT\nYou don't need to go through a business to be a dog walker or sitter, but it takes the guesswork out of getting paid or not. If you love animals, spending a couple of hours a day with a dog doesn't even seem like work.\nSalary: $12 - $14/hour\nApply here:\nRedLeash Pet Services | Walks & Wags\nComputer Help Desk Tech\nView this post on Instagram “Coming to work at Asurion was the best career move I've ever made." Discover why we've been named a Great Place to Work® — again! — straight from our employees. Link in bio ⬆️ #GPTWCertified #Asurion A post shared by Asurion (@asurion) on Sep 23, 2019 at 11:25am PDT\nHave a knack for computers? Are you a good problem solver or at least able to do a little Googling to solve tech issues? There is always someone who needs a little extra help with their PC. (I'm looking at you, Grandma.)\nSalary: $13 - $15/hour\nApply here:\nAsurion | Robert Half Technology\nSnow Removal\nView this post on Instagram are you ready with an extra 20cm of snow ? . . . . . . . . . . . #mtl #mtlmoments #mtlblog #montrealwinter #montrealsnow #oldmontreal #vieuxmontreal #montrealphoto #montreal #montrealjetaime #montréal #montreallife #montrealcity #streetsofmontreal #montreality #montrealmoments #montrealer #montrealphotographer #montrealblogger #montrealphotography #montrealart #montrealfashion #montrealrealestate #montrealdogs #igersmontreal #igersmtl #narcitymontreal #exploremontreal #tastemontreal #montrealarchitecture @so_montreal @livemontreal @dailyhivemontreal @yulorama @cbcmontreal @montreal_gallery @goodlifemtl @streetsof514 @montrealgazette @montreall @narcitycanada @narcityquebec A post shared by Daily Montreal (@dailymontreal) on Feb 20, 2019 at 12:36pm PST\nIt's Montreal. There will be snow everywhere shortly and someone is going to want it gone. There are a ton of businesses in Montreal that are looking to hire for winter, but you could also offer up your services or check out gigs online and skip the middle man.\nSalary: $15 - $18/hour\nApply here:\nBB Landscaping | Aménagement Paysager Uni-Vert\nChristmas Tree Farm Worker\nView this post on Instagram We got to pick our Christmas tree yesterday and I’m so excited! It’s 11 feet tall and barely fits in our house but it smells amazing and makes me happy 🎄😍💕✨ Tap the pic for outfit details 🙃 #ootd #style #winterfashion A post shared by Alex Centomo (@alexcentomo) on Dec 14, 2018 at 6:53am PST\nIt may be cold outdoor work, but Christmas tree farms will be setting up shop for the season in the coming months. Keep your eye out on the places below that are in Montreal if you want to keep your travel time down.\nSalary: $13 - $18/hour\nApply here:\nLa Pere Sapin | Sapins Filion\nThere will be more seasonal jobs popping up in the coming weeks, so keep checking back for more options.\nHappy job hunting!