The hunt is on! As many students figure out a way to be independent and afford college, they search for a job. If you haven’t noticed Cedar City, though fantastic, is sparse when it comes to jobs. That is why I have provided a list of resources that help you students find the ideal job.
Indeed is your go to job site for local jobs in the Cedar City area. Just simply enter what you are looking for and your location and wahla! Countless local jobs and provided for you. By creating a profile and uploading your resume, you can easily click on the job you want and hit apply. You can find employers and employers can find you. It is that easy!
Another great online source is ZipRecruiter. Similar to indeed, ZipRecruiter allows you to upload a resume and allow employers to easily find you. It is as easy as create, upload, apply. Create a profile, upload a resume, and apply for jobs. You could find a job with just one click!
When looking for internships and jobs, Handshake is ideal. Handshake provides not only jobs, but internships and careers for those attending University. I love this job site because it allows me to both find the job that is right for me and prepare for my future career. When you sign up you are automatically connected to employers looking for students like you! They have a broad range of internships and jobs locally, and across the state. Employers are able to find your resume and offer programs that eventually lead to your ideal career.
SUU also offers campus jobs online. Jobs range from on-campus catering to music internships. If you prefer to apply in person SUU is also hosting a Student Job Fair Wednesday, September 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Sharwan Smith Student Center (Ballroom). Dress professionally & bring a resume! Meet with employers like Walmart, Vivint, Wells Fargo, and many more. Both on and off campus jobs will be available for application. This event allows you to meet with professionals and sharpen your resume skills.
Though getting a job is inevitable, chaotic job hunting doesn’t have to be. Apply online, take your resume around town, and go to job fairs. Find the job that is right for you!
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