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Part Time Jobs in India

Updated on November 14, 2012

Part Time Jobs

Part-time jobs are ideally suited for housewives who cannot devote more hours for work, for retirees who may not be able to work full-time for health reasons, and university students who want to make some money during free hours to support their education expenses. There are also others who opt for part-time jobs as they are unemployed or yet to land on a suitable job of their choice. Even many full-time employees opt for an additional part-time job driven by a need to earn some extra money.

As the concept of letting employees work during flexible hours has not caught on in India, there is a plethora of part-time jobs available. There are also a host of employers who have need for part-time employees as the nature of work does not demand full-time work. Of course part time jobs are not meant for persons who are career-minded and want to grow in their jobs. In part-time jobs, there is obviously no serious commitment between the employer and employee Most part time jobs may also be temporary in nature and they will come with less stress and work pressure.

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Work from home - Part time jobs

With the advent of computers, there are also a lot of openings for work at home jobs where one can work at convenient hours without some superior official breathing down one’s neck. May be these types of jobs might entail investing in a computer and obtaining a reliable broadband connection. It is possible for the computer-literate persons to easily get jobs for doing part time data entry jobs which are far more lucrative than many other part time jobs. The part time software jobs are also ubiquitously available for the computer-literate job seekers.

Many BPOs offer good part time jobs on handsome salaries. Applicants should however have sound knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word. It is also important to have good communication skills in English.

The part time data entry jobs with fixed hours of work in India that pay in the region of INR 6,000 on a monthly basis. There are a number of part time internet jobs that provide a minimum monthly salary of INR 8000 for working certain limited hours. In today’s global economy, India is a favored destination for job outsourcing by many foreign companies. Thus, a number of part time jobs are coming up nowadays in India as various companies are employing people to keep their business operations running round the clock to serve clients located in different time zones.

There are several requirements as far as computer-oriented jobs in India are concerned. Applicants with qualifications in areas such as PHP programming, content writing or web designing are at a great advantage. People with good technical knowledge can also apply for part time jobs in data programming, Oracle, SAP and SQL.

Hundreds of part time jobs are also available in areas like online jobs, project-based jobs, coding, typing, sales, accounts, computer maintenance, documentation, packing, baby-sitting, teaching, home-tuition, market survey, customer care etc. One can reasonably expect to earn around Rs. 5000 to Rs 7000 by working 4 to 5 hours a day.

Surveys have shown that the people working most on part time jobs are housewives and retirees. Tough or not, housewives seem to be able to balance work and home life well. Senior citizens retire, and in an attempt either to keep themselves busy or to make some money for their medical expenses, take up a part time job. Many companies favor retirees as the senior person has years of experience that they bring with them to the job.

To get a part-time job, you can search the classified advertisement columns in all leading newspapers. The quickest way of getting a part time job is to search online and/or register with online recruitment agencies.


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    • H P Roychoudhury profile image

      H P Roychoudhury 

      8 years ago from Guwahati, India

      The system of doing Part-Time job is new in India. Day by day more people are coming forward to do part time job. There are many people as nicely described in the hub that can not do a full time job but will prefer a part time job to utilize the free time and energy to the fullest extent for the benefit of the country and the economy. Thanks for sharing.


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