Many students work part time to help pay for their studies. Try searching, which posts 2,500 new jobs daily.


Back to school often means back to work for many students. But searching for that perfect part-time job can sometimes be difficult for time-crunched students.

One way to make the task easier is by searching Service Canada’s Job Bank. More than 200,000 employers are registered with, and more than 2,500 new jobs are posted every day.

It’s expensive to go to school nowadays, and working part time helps pay for all the things students need and want. The site is great for high school and post-secondary students, as well as employers looking for part-time help.

The beauty of Job Bank is it’s free, available online or by telephone (1-800 O-Canada), and is searchable by category and location using the job search feature.

The career navigator is also great because it gives visitors information on wages, the number of jobs available and employment prospects to help job seekers make more informed choices.

Meanwhile, job match allows students to advertise their skills and experience and try to match them against existing ads on the site.

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