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Summer, seasonal and short term jobs in Mexico City

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Summer jobs are frequently listed in the classified section of daily papers, community forums, and listings for students on college campuses, in the school paper, and on the school website. México City has a plethora of job opportunities, but unemployment is high and competition can be intense.

The easiest job to get for native English speakers is as an English teacher. México City has a huge market of people interested in learning the language and it is possible to work freelance or join a school. Some typical programs can be found at:
Sierra Nevada (
Colegio Peterson (
British American School (
Carol Bauur (
Queen Elizabeth School (
Edron (
Eton (

There are also many temporary agencies:

  • Best People de México: Executive Recruitment - Consulting in Human Resources - Permanent & Temporary Personnel Av. Universidad 1621 5661-2167
  • Grupo Brainware: Secretarial services J. García Icazbalceta 79 5566-7508
  • Top Personnel: Temporary personnel and payroll administration Calle de Oso 40 5524-0410
You will find information on voluntary jobs or internship abroad in our other articles on the left column of this page.

Update 6/09/2008


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