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Back to School Guide for Healthcare Students

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Find a Part-Time Job

If you can swing it, a part-time job can be a life-saver in college. While it is helpful to find a job in your field, it might be easier to find a “traditional” part-time job, such as waiting tables or being an peer academic adviser. While it’s great to find a job that pays the bills, don’t forget to look for a position you might actually enjoy. If you can find a part-time job in the healthcare industry, even better! Here are some great part-time jobs for healthcare students:


Home Health Aide. Most home health aides can dictate their own hours, so you can work around your class schedule. A position as a home health aide will also give you direct experience in the healthcare field and allow you to work directly with patients. Be advised, some healthcare experience may be required for a position in home health.

Certified Nurse’s Aide. CNAs work under LPNs and RNs, assisting with daily tasks such as taking vital signs and caring for patients. If you are looking at a career in nursing, this is a great place to start. Be advised, CNAs are certified and previous healthcare experience may be required.

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Assisted Living Caregiver. Working in an assisted living facility or respite home is both challenging and rewarding. You will gain experience interacting with those in need, but you will also be in constant demand – changing sheets, giving baths, and taking vitals. Be ready for a thorough background check and have good references at hand.

Peer Advisor. Many colleges hire academic peer advisors who help other students choose classes, manage their workload, and plan for graduation. If you excel in one area and like working with others, this may be the job for you. Not only will you be making money, you will also show your interest in helping others and in your area of expertise.

Babysitter. Don’t want to deal with a “real” paycheck? Try starting your own babysitting outfit. You can make you own hours, have fun with kids, and make some tax-free money at the same time. If you are thinking about a career in pediatrics, this is a great place to learn if you really want to work with children.

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