7 Jobs Hiring In Montreal Right Now That Pay More Than $16/Hour

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7 Jobs Hiring In Montreal Right Now That Pay More Than $16/Hour

Enjoying the best of the city (what we can right now) can get pretty pricey. That's why so many Montrealers are looking for gigs that pay well. Like, more-than-minimum-wage well. So we took a look for jobs hiring in Montreal right now that offer more than $16 an hour.

From bakeries to banks, Montreal is a city beaming with business and lots of opportunities for you to get that bread (get it?). In the market for some extra cash? Take a look at our list below.

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Call Centre Agent

Company: National Bank of Canada

Pay: $19.45/hour

Why You Should Check It Out: A great opportunity that'll look great on a resume.

Volume Counter, Mail Operations

Company: Canada Post

Pay: $18.15/hour

Why You Should Check It Out: Help bring smiles to people's faces by bringing them their packages... finally.

English Tutor

Company: Paramount Study

Pay: $15 – $20/hour

Why You Should Check It Out: This job offers total flexibility and will work around your schedule.

Travel & Lifestyle Concierge

Company: AXA Partners Canada

Pay: $18/hour

Why You Should Check It Out: You'll get three weeks of vacation — how awesome is that?


Company: Pizza Gourmetti

Pay: $15 – $20/hour

Why You Should Check It Out: Not only do you get a great hourly wage, but you get a discount on food, too.

Recreation Leader

Company: Techno Culture Club

Pay: $22/hour

Why You Should Check It Out: This posting offers the ability to work remotely.

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