Jobs for Matriculants: earn cash while exploring the world

Unsure about your career choice? There are plenty of positions available on Job Mail which give you the opportunity to earn money while you figure everything out. Studying at university is time consuming and costly so it is important to be sure of your career path before committing to a degree. Jobs for matriculants include cruise ship work and au pair positions. If you are already studying, student jobs are a great way to earn some extra cash.

Jobs-for-Matriculants

Finding employment will help you to decide what career to pursue. By working in different industries you can experience first-hand what duties different professions entail. Gaining work experience is also an excellent way to learn important skills. Finding a job will boost your CV and increase your chances of success when you are applying for future positions. Fun and exciting employment opportunities give you the opportunity to explore the world and meet new people while you earn money.

Student-Job-Vacancy-Success

Cruise ship jobs are both lucrative and fun. You can spend the year exploring the world and visiting fascinating attractions. Although cruise ship jobs require hard work, they offer great rewards. If you have an adventurous spirit, then this is the job for you. Not only will a job on a cruise liner help to pay university fees, it will also help you to gain important skills.

Cruise-Ship-Job-Vacancies Cruise-Ship-Jobs

Another option available to matriculants is finding employment as an au pair in America. As an au pair you will be expected to take care of children. Duties include helping with homework and preparing snacks. Overseas au pair positions are great opportunities to be part of an American family. Once you have finished you contract, you can use the money that you earned to see more of America.

Au-Pair-Job-Vacancies-in-America

If you are interested in learning more about different cultures, you can teach English in Asia. There are numerous TEFL courses which will help you gain the relevant skills and experience to apply for these positions. While you are working in Asia you will have the opportunity to sample the local cuisine, immerse yourself in the local culture and visit fascinating attractions.

English-Teaching-Job-Vacancies-in-Asia

Local job opportunities for entry level job seekers include promotional, au pair and tutoring positions. Another option is to become a party hostess at events for children. With so many opportunities available, it is easy to find a position that suits your interests and skills.

Party-Hostess-Job-Vacancies

If you are looking for Jobs for matriculants, visit www.JobMail.co.za for great opportunities.

Job-Vacancies-for-Matriculants

You may also like...

8 Responses

  1. jeanette says:

    I think 2 find work is more interesting even if is not work of your dreams is better u,ll find de work u prefer while you are workin

  2. ayanda dlamini says:

    I’m interested in teaching english in Asia

  3. Henno Kruger says:

    Hi Siwe – Register on the Job Mail Website as a job seeker. Visit http://goo.gl/KggPLg. Then search, browse and apply for positions.

  4. Patrick says:

    Any job its a perfect job,finding your dream job is not easy but can be possible.

  5. Ntombizanele says:

    Hello, my name is Ntombizanele Bless and I just matriculated in 2016. I got rejected by all the institutions I applied at and now I’m currently looking for a Job/work experience for the year 2017 . I have to work and contribute to my household because we can barely get by.
    Please someone help me

  6. rachael says:

    need more info to work abroad my daughter just finished matric

    • Jani Grey says:

      Hi Rachel,

      One of the most important pieces of advice we can give with regard to working abroad is to make sure that you use a reputable agency, which will give you peace of mind when she’s overseas. Ask friends and family if they know of anybody who recently worked abroad and inquire about the experience and the company they use. Recommendations from people you know and trust will go a long way. Then Google those recommendations. It’s better to be thorough and cover all you bases.

      Kind regards,
      The Job Mail Team

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

four + 20 =