Everybody wants to work, but not everybody wants to work year-round. While many seasonal jobs are summers-only, there are quite a few jobs that give you the whole summer off! Depending on your situation, education, and financial need, these jobs may seem more or less compelling. At the end of the day, though, jobs with summers off are always good to know about!
This one is obviously more catered toward those with the proper education, or with time to get it. Although, education jobs are more than just teachers. While those with degrees can be teachers, counselors, professors, and administrative staff, there are many other jobs at educational facilities for the entry-level worker.
Maintenance workers are always needed at schools. If you have a little experience doing construction or home repair, try your had on the maintenance team for a school. You can do the same things you’d do anywhere else, but get the benefits and time off that schools offer.
Custodian work is even more attainable, and helps you get your foot in the door for better-paying positions. It is exactly what is sounds like: you clean. Bathrooms, classrooms, lunch areas, etc. All of it is vital to ensuring a positive learning environment, and you’ll get your summers off as a nice little bonus!
School Bus Driver
While this is sort of education-related, it isn’t at a school, so we’ll consider it a separate gig. It also comes with its own unique set of qualifications, and you’ll need to be certified. With that said, it has pretty solid benefits, and you get the summers off! You get to help kids get their education, and keep them safe while they go to school. The job is pretty self-explanatory, but it makes the list due to its reliability and, obviously, the open summer season.
Ski resorts obviously work pretty uniquely for the winter months. Due to this business model, most employees are seasonal. This one is great because of the sheer variety of jobs, and the optional positions that do hang around all year!
Have skills as a bartender? Help add some bulk to the newly overrun staff! Same goes for servers and bussers. If you have restaurant experience, but want those summers free, a ski resort is a great place to lend a hand! They hire quite a bit during the tourist season, but get your apps in quick, because they get a lot of applicants, too. Your job will be similar to any other food service job, but you can snowboard during the day and earn your paycheck at night. Have a ball, and be home for the summertime.
More of a sports expert? Work at a snowboarding shop helping people pick out their rentals or get fitted for their own boards. Retail experience is pretty common, so many of you will have the qualifications to help assist some of the tourist-focused businesses during their busy season. You may even land yourself a discount before you head back down the mountain.
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