Current openings in Mexico
Studying can be stressful especially without any source of income. You are an exception because RocApply will help you figure part-time employment in Mexico.
When you are studying abroad, you may find that a part-time job can really help pay a few extra pennies or fund leisure activities and travel that would have otherwise been outside of your budget.
If you’ve been thinking of working whilst studying abroad, you are not alone, many international students seek employment during their studies. There are two things most people think of when they think of Mexico sunny vacations and immigration. Those can stir up a lot of different opinions and emotions, but both contribute to making Mexico feel fun, challenging, maybe even a little bit cozy, and both offer opportunities for interesting work abroad in Mexico.
In Mexico, jobs for students can help you expand your network and build your skills, and in your off time, you can hit the beaches and explore pre-Mexican ruins. And do not sleep on the chilaquiles! There are so many reasons why you might want to work in Mexico, there are friendly locals, tasty food, warm weather, a developing economy, and also a booming tourist industry.
We get a lot of inquiries from international and English speakers seeking part-time, summer, and professional jobs in Mexico and if you’re interested in applying our guide will help.
Turn your dream of living and working in Mexico into a reality. There is the option to apply with local companies or even seek a different route by working for an international company with a presence in Mexico.
Most paid jobs in Mexico for English speakers are found working in the tourism industry and we highly recommend learning Spanish to increase your chances of getting hired. Here is what RocApply has to tell on potential jobs!
Work at the University
Working on campus is one of the most popular alternatives for international students. There are diversities of jobs offered on campus, from working in the writing center, as a teaching assistant, in the cafeteria, to computer centers.
Another on-campus option is working in the students’ union. This is a good opportunity to get involved in current issues and to help other students at the university. Depending on the union and their mission, you might be able to help other international students and support them in getting around the university.
Restaurants and Bars
There are many jobs offered at the bars, restaurants, and cafes in the surrounding towns and cities, and this might be the easiest way for you to find employment.
Restaurants are always looking for more help, so chances are that you will find a job relatively easily. You could work as a waiter, bar staff, or even in the kitchen, depending on your experience, skills, and preferences. This job opportunity will help you build your interpersonal skills, improve language proficiency and make you new friends.
Some international students find employment at call centers. This is a good choice for those who are communicative, friendly, and confident in their language and computer skills.
Also, call center jobs are not physically demanding, so they are a good choice if you prefer or need an office environment. On the other hand, working at a call center can be demanding. You need to possess excellent communication skills and proven above average language skills.
"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
For companies interested in working with RocApply
For companies interested in working with RocApply to secure employment for students please send us an email at Mexico@RocApply.com