Between the Grammys and the Oscars, February is saturated with celebrities. But, if getting a glimpse of glittering celebs on the red carpet isn't enough to satiate your jones for all things famous, maybe it's time to consider a career that will put you in the proximity of the rich and famous every day. It's not as hard to find celebs who are hiring as you might think. Here are 10 celebrities who are hiring right now.
When Ashton Kutcher appeared on "Two and Half Men" using a laptop plastered with stickers promoting his many tech ventures, he is said to have irked his employer, CBS. It reminded the rest of us, though, that Kutcher's got lots more going on than his acting. He has invested in Foursquare, GroupMe, Hipmunk, Flipboard and many more.<br><br> One of the companies he's invested in, <a href="http://www.chegg.com/jobs"target="_blank">Chegg</a>, currently has lots of open positions. No word on how often Kutcher is in the office, but you'll have a better chance of running into him there than working at your local Starbucks.
Oprah's television network, the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), hasn't been the ratings behemoth it had the potential to be, but that doesn't mean the network isn't hiring. In fact, <a href="http://careers.own.tv"target="_blank">OWN's got plenty of jobs</a> and internships available in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York, including one for a senior research analyst to get to work on those ratings.
staffing company provided staff for Jay-Z and Beyoncé's wedding and counts Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith and Prince among its high-profile customers. Now that Jay-Z and Beyoncé have a new baby, they may well be turning to the <a href="http://celebrities-staffing.com"target="_blank">Celebrities Staffing Services</a> for a nanny or two. Lucky for you, there's no shortage of job openings at the company — everything from butlers to bodyguards.
The Hirer-in-Chief must be planning on spending another four years in office. He's looking for a human resources person to help him do some hiring. The job, listed as <a href="http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/308761100"target="_blank">HR Specialist for the Executive Office of the President</a>, pays between $62,467 and $97,333 a year.
You may know him as the lovable and sometimes snarky judge on "Project Runway," but in his spare time, Michael Kors also runs a fashion empire, which has a lot of job openings. The jobs on the <a href="http://www.destinationkors.com/#/careers/mk"target="_blank">company's website</a> run the gamut from store manager to director of online/e-commerce marketing. We bet the merchandise discount is good, too.
Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone are two of the original founders of the restaurant chain Planet Hollywood. While it's not clear how often they frequent their establishments, it is clear that there are lots of celebrity events and promotions held in Planet Hollywood's restaurants. <a href="http://www.careerbuilder.com/Jobseeker/Jobs/JobResults.aspx?SB%3Asbkw=planet+hollywood&SB%3As_freeloc=&SB%3Asbfr=30&sbsbmt=Find+Jobs+%C2%BB&cid=US&excrit=QID%3DA3855709129156%3Bst%3Da%3Buse%3DALL%3BrawWords%3Devent+planning%3BCID%3DUS%3BSID%3D%3F%3BTID%3D0"target="_blank">The company is currently hiring</a> for positions that range from executive chef to payroll administrator. <br><br> <li><a href=”http://career-aptitude-test-review.toptenreviews.com/?cmpid=ttr-bnd”>Find a New Job: The Best Career Aptitude Tests</a> <li><a href=”http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/1582-best-people-to-hire.html”>The Lone Ranger and Four Other People Everyone Wants to Hire</a> <li><a href=”http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/1932-superhero-bosses.html”>Superhero Bosses: Which One Would You Pick?</a></li>
Doesn't look like this job pays in cash, but you might get a free burger or two. Rachael Ray is looking for an editorial intern for her magazine, <a href="http://jobview.monster.com/Student-Intern-Editorial-EDWRR-Job-New-York-NY-106319826.aspx"target="_blank">Every Day with Rachael Ray</a>. If you've got an interest in "home, food, family, crafts, gardening, lifestyle and décor," this could be a great stepping stone toward a career in publishing.
Hoping to land on your reality show? <a href="http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/1958-cake-boss-advice.html"target="_blank">The Cake Boss</a>, Buddy Valastro, is hiring interns at <a href="http://www.carlosbakery.com"target="_blank">Carlo's Bakery</a> in Hoboken, N.J. The internships require a three-month commitment and interns generally work 24 hours a week. While the internship is unpaid, the company does provide a travel stipend.
Bet this job never gets boring. "<a href="http://job.jobcrank.com/USA-CT-Stamford/General/4300897-Associate-Producer.aspx"target="_blank">The Jerry Springer Show</a>" is looking for someone to help book its guests. (Just imagine the ones that <i>don't</i> make it on the show.) One word of warning, though, these jobs aren't easy. According to the listing, the associate producer works 60-80 hours per week. Maybe you'd be better off spending that time with your own crazy family.
This isn't just one celebrity, but many. The Screen Actors Guild Foundation is the union that represents actors and is headed by Ken Howard … remember him from the "White Shadow"? SAG members include just about every actor in Hollywood and the organization's got a few job openings, including one for <a href="http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?IPath=QHKCV0C&ff=21&APath=22.214.171.124.0&job_did=JHS8B466G7JKYX5JWRQ"target="_blank">a director of facilities and head of IT</a>. Who said IT isn't glamorous?