Current openings in Argentina
Argentina is the eighth-largest nation in the world and the third-largest economy in Latin America. Almost every year, more and more, individuals from all over the world choose to live and work in Argentina, amid the incredible natural beauty it has to offer.
It is home to the renowned Patagonia and Chaco regions, the eastern edge of the Andes, and is one of the top wine-producing countries in the world - which could be due to the many Italians and Europeans who have immigrated here over the last 160 years.
Jobs in the country are available in everything from agriculture and tourism to the arts and sciences, and the expat network is extensive and easy to tap into.
Several university programs and college programs worldwide allow students to work on a part-time basis preferably 20 hours over a week. But in no case, you would be allowed to work more than 30/35 hours in a week.
Though earning from such jobs would not be enough to pay for tuition fees but it will be of little help to support your studies for example to pay your food bills or maybe other expenses. You can get some pocket money working part-time while pursuing a study program.
The type of job you will get mainly depends on your qualification, previous work experiences if you have any and your skill sets. Besides getting paid, a part-time job also helps you to learn in real-time; for example, when you work for a college cafeteria or security you meet many new people, learn new dialects, and get a fair chance to socialize with local people.
Part-Time job opportunities are better for students enrolled for graduate programs or research. For candidates enrolled in undergraduate programs or certificate courses of a few months duration opportunities are limited.
Normally your program director will help you in finding part-time work opportunities inside the campus, for example; work in a cafeteria, library, college canteen, security, laundry or gardening, etc. Candidates with higher qualifications may also get a chance to deliver classes to junior students.
If you stay back on campus during summer breaks chose to work full time to make some extra money, this can add well towards your next semester expenditure. Also, weekends are free, you can look around for some jobs that can be done over holidays to make some extra money; for example, you can mow the lawn or house cleaning.
If you know driving and have a local driving license you can take people for sightseeing and would be pretty exciting. You will enjoy your holidays while serving travelers.
Also, you can get part-time job opportunities outside the campus for example to work for a gas filling station or newspaper delivery, etc. You can find part-time job opportunities around campus from local newspaper advertisements, classifieds or social media, etc. Also, senior students and college groups will be helpful to get information or links to get employed.
Several colleges and universities provide internships to the students as a part of their program. Thus, students can also get money through internships and continue with studies.
When you work part-time for someone this makes to part of your CV and works as a very good recommendation when looking for a regular day job. For part-time jobs, although local candidates are preferred but there are no reservations for jobs. Anyone can apply for such jobs and get paid.
Tips for Students / Part Time Job Seekers
Students can search for Part-Time job opportunities at their college premises. Options such as working in the cafeteria, library, supporting the administrative department are available to almost every student.
Additionally, one can also look for employment nearby colleges or residence to save time to travel. Students can discuss with their peers who are already working and can join the same place.
A part-Time job is one of the best options available to the students, as it provides with a lot of experience and financial support. There are few options that students can avail outside their college premises are, working in an amusement park, grocery store, mall, showrooms, restaurants, fuel pumps, or even work from home, etc. There are many opportunities that students can easily avail.
"I am currently working as a Guest Relations Officer for Merit hotel. On a day-to-day basis I get to meet or work with people from everywhere." - Diyora Muattar from Uzbekistan
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