Ontario Student Jobs That Pay Over Minimum Wage This Summer

If you're looking to land a gig this summer, there are tons of Ontario student jobs that are hiring right now. 

The best part is, these openings are willing to pay students over minimum wage, so you can save big. 

Get your resume ready and find a job that fits your skillset. 

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Summer Student - Production Member 

Salary: $17.34 an hour

Company: Stackpole International

Who Should Apply: Anyone who loves to work with their hands and has a passion for fixing things.

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Summer Student - Fire Systems 

Salary: $16.25

Company: INVISTA

Who Should Apply: Anyone who has an interest in helping out and working alongside firefighters.

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Summer Students - General Production 

Salary: $15 an hour

Company: Cargill

Who Should Apply: Anyone who doesn't mind working in a cold environment and is comfortable handling raw meat.

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Student Financial Analyst

Salary: $16.49 - $27.73 per hour

Company: Public Service Commission of Canada

Who Should Apply: If you're someone who has a knack for financing, this might just be the job for you.

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Summer Students - Production Line Worker 

Salary: $18 an hour

Company: Chapman's

Who Should Apply: Anyone with good hand-eye coordination and a love for free ice cream.

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Student- Park Ranger 

Salary: Up to $15.10 per hour

Company: Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks

Who Should Apply: Anyone who loves the outdoors and Ontario's parks!

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