How to use Twitter to find the latest summer jobs still available.
Just make sure to keep an eye on when the tweets were posted.
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In summer, you’ll see summer jobs. In winter, you’ll see winter jobs. (Funny how you never seem to hear that term, isn’t it?)
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For more ideas, check the latest tweets from accounts that post jobs year round, but focus on the ones in industries that tend to have seasonal jobs:
Finally, follow the accounts of seasonal employers you'd like to work for. There's a lot of turnover during the summer and it's very common to see companies scrambling to hire again mid-summer.
Twitter Search is also a good way to find summer jobs but you need to use the right keywords to get meaningful results. For example, if you search “summer job”, most of the results will be people twittering that they found a summer job or that they need a summer job.
Or if you search on these next phrases, many of the results are scammers who just want your money:
Don’t waste your time with those.
Instead, use the following keyword phrases to pull up summer job leads as quickly as possible. Just click the links to see the latest results:
If you have Twitter's Location feature enabled, you can use the Search Filters to see results near you:
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