Here are some of the best job sites for job-seekers searching for seasonal, fun, unique, unusual, and cool jobs
Are you an adventure-seeker? Looking for a seasonal job? Just want part-time employment? Need to work a second job? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is the place for you because you’ll find listings for cool jobs, unusual and unique jobs, seasonal jobs, odd jobs, part-time jobs, and more.
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Back Door Jobs — a guide to short-term adventures, internships, extraordinary experiences, seasonal jobs, and more — both in the U.S. and around the world. Includes sustainable living jobs, camp and ranch jobs, resort and hospitality jobs, and more. Website developed by a great guy, Michael Landes.
Cool Works — a great site for job-seekers, currently listing more than 75,000 job openings at national parks, amusement parks, resorts, cruise lines, camps, ranches, and other “cool” places.
JobMonkey.com — where job-seekers can find seasonal or year-round jobs working for employers who can offer you unique opportunities to travel the world, have fun, and earn decent money doing it. Includes such categories of employers as Alaska Fisheries, Cruise Lines, Casinos & Gaming, Land Tours, Ski Industry, and more. Future enhancements include an agent matching service and a job-seeker profile service. Free to job-seekers.
Kareeve.com — a job site with all kinds of seasonal jobs, ski resort jobs, employment and work in European ski resorts, soccer camps, and seasonal jobs around the world. Job-seekers can search job postings (by job type, job category, and location), but registration is required. No cost to job-seekers.
MountainJobs.com — dedicated to bringing together mountain employers with high quality job-seekers, where you can search for a wide variety of professional and unusual jobs and internships and read company profiles. Free to job-seekers.
ResortJobs.com — where you can go and search for jobs by location or keywords and post your resume for employers to view. Free to job-seekers.
SeasonalEmployment.com — a site to learn where, how, and when to find a seasonal job, both domestically and abroad. Job-seekers can search for jobs (by keyword, industry, and location), as well as browse listings by job type (winter jobs, summer jobs, cruise jobs, etc.), as well as find some basic career information. No cost to job-seekers.
Season Jobs 365 — where job-seekers can find temporary work, summer jobs, winter jobs, working holidays, jobs abroad, ski and snowboard jobs, holiday reps, resort work, catering, and other seasonal work. Job-seekers can search or browse job listings by location or job type. Part of the One World 365 network of Websites. No cost to job-seekers.
SeasonWorkers.com — a job site covering all aspects of worldwide working travel and seasonal recruitment — including winter resorts, summer resorts, outdoor jobs, and TEFL positions — where job-seekers can search job postings (by job category and country) and then apply directly to whichever one interests you. No cost to job-seekers.
SnagAJob.com — where students (high school and college) can find part-time, summer, and seasonal jobs. Job-seekers can search by location or job type and then apply for the jobs you’re interested in. Free to job-seekers.
Summer Jobs — where summer job-seekers can search by keyword or location for summer jobs. A very nice resource. Free to job-seekers.
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