Time to make some cash. 🤑
With warmer months ahead, there are a ton of Ontario jobs where students can work this summer.
Though, it's worth noting that some companies are willing to pay students more than Ontario's minimum wage, which is currently set at $15 per hour. There are even some jobs that will give you above the living wage.
Sounds too good to be true? Well, here are four jobs where you can make bank by being paid more than the minimum.
TTC's Summer Student Program
Salary: $17.29 - $22.90 per hour
Hours: 35 - 40 hours per week
Duration: May 2 to August 27, 2022
Location: Various places across Toronto
Why You Should Apply: The TTC is hiring students who are currently attending high school or post-secondary school for a variety of summer positions across the city like carhouse helpers, service persons, revenue collectors, carhouse operators, and subway janitors.
General Labour Summer Students
Salary: $19 per hour
Location: Quaker Plant at 19 Albert St., Trenton, ON
Why You Should Apply: If you have a team-based approach in your decision-making, this may be the summer job for you. PepsiCo wants current and incoming post-secondary students who can do a job that requires a mix of crawling, squatting, climbing, twisting, and other various physical movements.
Parks Seasonal Position
Salary: $16.33 - $19.48 per hour
Hours: Up to 40 hours
Duration: From May 2 to August 26, 2022
Why You Should Apply: There are 85 people that the City of Mississauga is looking for to fill this role. If you're a fan of the great outdoors and you're tired of remote work, you'll have the chance to work in the greenery of the parkland owned by the City.
Among some tasks workers will be doing are maintenance on park amenities, handling equipment, and helping with setting up and taking down community events.
Salary: $15 - $15.85 per hour
Duration: Between May and September ranging from 7 to 18 weeks
Why You Should Apply: Take a job that'll give you a front-row seat with nature in the various positions that are currently open in Ontario's provincial parks this summer.
Some roles students could nab include park planners, trail maintenance, administrative assistants, gate attendants, discovery rangers, and GIS data technicians.