When we started doing these Job posts we didn’t know if they would be helpful or not.
But after posting several of them, we started getting feedback from you guys letting us know that you were actually getting hired because of us.
As far as we’re concerned, if we can help just once Montrealer find a decent job, then we’ve done out part.
And the best part is, none of these jobs require you to speak French.
So what are you waiting for? Start your job hunt today!
Salary: $55,000 a year
If you don't take orders very well, consider giving them instead. Here you'll manage a variety of different projects, coordinate the scheduling of meetings and measure performances.
Application Developer Paid Internship
Salary: $18 an hour
We normally don't post internships, but this is paid so it's perfect for anyone who wants to create an app but aren't sure how that works. Here you'll actually be getting paid to learn.
Salary: $800 a week
Sure it's just a fancy word for maid, but at least you'll barely have to talk to anyone. This is great for those who just wanna make their money and GTFO.
Salary: $40,000 a year
This apparel company needs to to ensure they products meet their quality standards, that's where you come in.
Salary: $17.50 an hour
Learn everything about the real estate market while getting paid to do so. It's a win-win!
Packing & Labeling
Salary: $12 an hour
Not looking for a stressful job? This is the kind of repetitive job where you can just turn your brain off and wait for the hours to pass.
Salary: Based on experience
If you don't mind working on the phone then this is perfect for you. Plus once you learn this jobs it's scary how many other phone jobs you become qualified for.
Senior Executive Assistant
Salary: $12.25 an hour
Anything that has "senior" in the title is a good job. Don't look at me, I didn't invent the rule.
Salary: $70,000 a year
Anyone can be a salesman, but e-commerce is a whole other animal and let's face it, you'd be perfect for this.
Customer Service / Clerk
Salary: $15 an hour
Prepare bills, check for accuracy and inconsistencies and deal with clients. Seems simple enough.