As the world is to university, it is a commonplace to see students struggling how to finance their studies. Without support from their parents, some of them chose to borrow money from their governments.

If you are one of them, there are a list of jobs which you can consider to relive your student loans.

  1. Waiter/ waitress

Serving in a restaurant is a hands-on job which does not require prior working experience or specific skills. All you need is a mind-set to serve your customers and put them ahead of your self-esteem. To secure your job in a restaurant, you should be well-gloomed, well-mannered and well-prepared for any emergency situation in the working environment.

  1. Exhibition helper

If you live in a capital city, you will be more likely to get paid for being part of the international exhibitions. Online platforms like EventBrite gives you a glimpse of events that take place in the city, then you can send an email to contact the organisers to see whether there is a job opening for you to fill in.

  1. Student helper at university

The job openings at university depends on what kind of university you are studying. If you study in a resourceful university, there are different job positions such as event helpers and administrative assistants for university students to apply. But these job openings tend to be known through personal connections. Sometimes you just need to ask if you cannot find any job openings on the website.

  1. Language teacher

We live in a world where English is a dominant language that takes you so far from home. If you are a native English speaker, then you can simply look for some online applications that connect native English speakers and English language learners. Otherwise, you can post an advertisement on the university notice board to recruit English language learners. The same trick also applies for other languages such as Spanish, French, Arabic, Chinese and Russian.

  1. Online entrepreneur

When life gives you a lemon, make lemonade. Sometimes you just fail to find a job for your studies, then create one. You can sell a product, a service, or an idea that counts. There are a plethora of things that you can sell to your peers from textbooks to second-hand clothes. You can think about how to make use of online groups to connect the local community and make money out of it.

  1. Blogger

Not only can blogging improve your writing skills, but it can also help you finance your studies. Invest your time on building your fans for specific topics that interest them, then you can make money through click rates with Medium Partnership Program or Google AdSense. Traffic is the key to earn money.

  1. YouTuber

Nowadays everyone can be a filmmaker. Like blogging, being a YouTuber requires some marketing strategies for you to grow your audience. Although it takes time to grow audience before making profit, you will get the trick to increase views once you are dedicated enough to make the content you like.

  1. Model

The modelling industry is perhaps the most profit-making industry one can think of. In the age of Photoshop, everyone can be an online pageant. While fame is important to get this job, skin care and fitness are two decisive elements that increase the likelihood to be a part-time model.

From the above suggestions, it is not hard to see that opportunities are everywhere from the cyberspace to the university campus. But there is one thing that will definitely help you get a job–your determination to find a job.