Summer jobs are more than extra cash!
Working as a Christmas casual over summer is a great way to boost your bank account.
But it's also much more.
Boost your CV, boost your experience
Working as a Christmas casual is also a great way to add experience on your CV. Don't make the rookie mistake of thinking that these jobs "don't count".
They improve your prospects for full time work later in your career.
Here are some of the skills a summer job shows future employers you have:
Make sure that at the send of the summer you have a great relationship with your manager.
Ask them for a written reference or ask if they will be your referee for future jobs.
Jump the queue and get a role year-round
Many employers won't tell you this, but they often use the summer to test out who they will offer year-round roles too.
If you want a more permanent job, make the effort to work hard as a Christmas casual and always ask if there's more work available.
Need help with you Resume?
There are lots of resume builder websites out there, but many hide their fees until after you have used them. There is one site that is both 100% Australian and 100% free. Visit; HowToResume.com.au
If you are an employer, listing on this site is free.
We have a huge, energetic, national talent base of young people ready to work hard over summer.
Who owns Summerjobs.com.au?
The site is owned by Student Services Australia Pty Limited.
We have a 25 year history of providing useful services to young people.
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StudentVIP alone has over 500,000 current university students as members.
We promote Summerjobs.com.au to these members. That's a massive audience of potential future employees.
Student Services Australia also runs other specialist job websites
If you are looking for work close to where you live, check out jobsnearme.com.au.
If you are interested in internships for uni students, visit studentinternships.com.au.
As a completely free site, we can't offer telephone support.
However, if you are having an issue, email us on [email protected].