Once we reach adolescences, our parents are most likely encouraging us to get a part-time job. It is most likely that we would end up working in a retail store like CVS or Walgreens. The lucky ones would end up with a job that is more office like such as a secretary assistance or something in that nature. Once we reach college, we would like, as adults a more fitting job for us such as working in a library, or as a full secretary in a office. There are others that like to look for jobs that are related to their major, so this way, they will have a feeling of their future jobs and/or gain more experience. Here are some good website where to look for a different jobs while in college and even after graduating college (yet, I believe the best way in getting a dream job is through connections, but as college students we are working on building that connection through out our college years):
Indeed.com: This job searching website is great for finding any kind of job from working as a waitresses to an accountant assistance. There are plenty of job offers and posting of jobs every day. This website is perfect for students who are currently in college or recent graduates and even people who just graduated from high school. There is a job opportunity for everyone, so people should take advantage of this amazing website.
Note: The key to getting back from a job is to have a great resume AND a cover letter. A piece of advice, if you apply to numerous jobs at the same time and use the same cover letter then it is most likely that none will contact you back because a cover letter, as most of the people reading this know, is a introduction to your skills, but also your enthusiastic towards being part of their team, so information about their company is needed in each cover letter to let them know you really are interested in getting hired.
Monster.com: Another great website to search for a variety of jobs. There are millions of jobs posted every day in in this website, so if you want to look for a job that is related to your interest or major then this is a website to check out.
Internships.com: This website is more for internships than for a job offer, but may lead to a full time job offer after graduation. Internships are great for college students to gain experience that will help them after graduating from undergraduate. There are two kinds of internships, paid and non-paid. Some students aim for a paid internships, but I recommend a non-paid internship because it will show that you are doing an internships for the learning experience and not for the paycheck they are offering.
Jobs are important for college students because they help build connections and are essential to gain more experience for the career that you chose.