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What is a good part-time job for someone with odd hours?

  1. slappywalker profile image97
    slappywalkerposted 5 years ago

    What is a good part-time job for someone with odd hours?

    I've already got a full-time job during the daylight hours, but would like to earn some extra cash in what free time I have left. Any ideas of some jobs that I could do for a few hours a day throughout the week?

  2. sethpowers profile image67
    sethpowersposted 5 years ago

    Looks like your free time is during nights and weekends. There are plenty of high paying jobs during this time in the restaurant, hotel, and event industries. They are always desperate to hire people to work during these times also because most people don't like working nights and weekends.

    1. profile image50
      David8888posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Online sales is a good choice which can work at home, anytime you like.
      For more info you can search: http://www.teamsworth.tt2828.com/

  3. EuroCafeAuLait profile image85
    EuroCafeAuLaitposted 5 years ago

    Any kind of moonlighting job that requires flexibility.  Direct sales, like Tupperware, Amway, and many others are an option.  You leave a slim catalog at a workplace in your area, then return to see if anyone wants to buy anything.  For example, I know you are a man, but house cleaning, or yard care, is not a bad job for a once a week source of cash.  I have baked desserts for restaurants - this is something I do late at night and then delivery is no problem.  If you are handy fixing bikes, autos, electrical systems or plumbing this is also a knowledge worth its weight in gold.  Let people know that you are available and with time the word will get out.  Good luck!

  4. kathleenkat profile image81
    kathleenkatposted 5 years ago

    Retail. Many stores are open until 11pm or 12am, and employ part time workers to close the store. I knew somebody who had a 9-5 job during the day, then worked 6-11 in the evenings for some extra income. Nobody wants to close, and few people want to work part time, so you'll probably be able to find a job like that fairly quickly.

  5. Pete Wolfe profile image61
    Pete Wolfeposted 5 years ago

    Anything you want. Bartender, waiter, work at Walmart, Bouncer, i would say use your imagination. What would you like to do with these "few hours a day"? You could get into the restaurant biz part-time. Start your own business. You could even volunteer your time to an organization for free. The list goes on. But then again you could just write Hubs and questions, and maybe answer a few. Again use your imagination and good luck.

  6. profile image50
    David8888posted 5 years ago

    Online sales is a good choice which can work at home, anytime you like.
    For more info you can search: http://www.teamsworth.tt2828.com/

 
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