While other people are searching for full-time work to make ends meet, some people just need a part-time job because finances are not in question here. Perhaps it’s someone who just retired but doesn’t want to just stay home, or it could be a parent with kids at home just looking for some extra income, or a suddenly unemployed executive with no money problems but just wants to stay busy. Here are seven of the most lucrative part-time jobs that also include great flexible times. Of course, income may vary based on demand, geographic location, and experience.
Pays anywhere between $150 to $300/hour and is great for college or MBA graduates from top-scale colleges suddenly out of work but with no financial constraints. Instead of hiring expensive consulting firms, more and more people are going into solo business consulting that companies greatly appreciate, given the large cost cut it offers. Consultants can go face to face or technology makes it convenient to connect on an on-call basis. Many companies are also looking for computer science degree graduates as consultants.
Depending on the age and grade of the child or adult and the specific subject, this part-time job is great for anyone in the teaching field who need some extras or is out of a job. It helps to work through a tutoring company initially to learn the ways and to get experience before striking out solo. Sometimes pay for going solo may be lower so a tutor can go with quantity but without suffering on quality.
No kidding, and people are willing to pay up to $70 an hour as long as you’re good with dogs and get licensed with a dog firm. Some people will even ask you to walk multiple dogs so the income increases. You get plenty of exercise as well.
At around $150 an hour, stay-at-home online web designers are the highest paid in a long line of home online workers ranging from SEO marketers to content writers. What makes web designers lucrative is that they are becoming a rare breed and many top website firms are willing to outsource to online web designers. Aside from this, web designers can also go at it solo.
Special Events Worker
At around $15/hour, special events workers are usually part-time staff who are on-call who handles the influx of people at concerts or large hotel banquets. If you get to be promoted to onsite manager, you can earn up to $20/hour.
There are actually companies out there who need part-time or online administrative assistants, personal assistants, bookkeepers, and HR recruiters at around $30/hour but the work load doesn’t justify a full-time 40 hours a week job. If you have specialized skills you can command up to $35 an hour.
All you need is a reliable vehicle, smartphone, and to pass a background check. At around $30/hour, you can make good money especially on weekends and the time is very flexible.