Careers that You can Start Part-time

Feb 27, 2018 by

Careers that You can Start Part-time

Note: This is Part 6 of a series of blog posts about financial advising. Click here to read all articles in this category.

A lot of us, this writer included, are looking for a part-time career. We all have different reasons for wanting to do something part-time. Here are just some of the reasons:

  1. You need extra income.

Hey, we all could use some extra money. Prices of goods are skyrocketing and our salary is not.

  1. You’re bored and you need an extra challenge.

Have you been doing the same things at work over and over again? You’re looking for another challenge to keep things interesting. Maybe you just want to learn new things and improve your skillset.

  1. You’re stressed.

Prolonged stress in the workplace is not good. If you’ve been stressed for a long time and there’s no sign of things improving, you’re right to consider a shift in career. You can play it safe by exploring a part-time career first before making the complete switch once you’re ready.

Part-time Careers for You to Consider

Here are some of the best part-time careers that you can consider:

  1. Be a freelancer online.

There are a lot of online platforms that you can sign up for in order to explore a career in freelancing. Basically, you’ll work for employers in a virtual setting. This means that you can work right in your own home on your own free time. Tasks include data entry, transcription, article writing, website design, customer service and more.

You do need to invest on a good computer and of course, learn new skills.

  1. Be a tutor.

A lot of parents are looking for a tutor for their kids. You can start by offering your services to family and friends. This is potentially lucrative if you’re pretty good at Math as it’s a problem subject for a lot of students. If you have the proper credentials, you can earn hundreds of pesos an hour.

You can also take advantage of the influx of Koreans, Chinese and other foreigners in our country and teach them English.

  1. Be a brand ambassador.

This requires a certain look, personality and network. Basically, you’ll be an influencer for brands. You can do it on site by handing out flyers and pushing for the product that you’re promoting. You can also do it via social media if you have the following.

  1. Be a coach.

A lot of people would like to improve different areas of their life and you can take advantage of this. You can be a fitness coach if you live a healthy lifestyle. You can be a life coach if you yourself have encountered major troubles in your life and have overcome them. If you’re a good investor, you can be a financial coach.

  1. Do errands.

People are busy nowadays and they can’t be bothered to do errands. That’s where you can come in. You can tell your family and friends that you can do their errands for them for a fee. It can be something as simple as paying bills, doing grocery or even house sitting or pet sitting.

  1. Sell online.

If you’re on Facebook, you know that online selling is a viable part-time career. You can start by selling things that you don’t need. That should give you some extra money that you can use for your expenses. Better yet, use the money to invest on inventory.

  1. Be a driver.

You can sign up for Uber or Grab as a driver. You’re able to set your own schedule and earn money on your free time driving people around.

  1. Start a business.

Do you have a business idea that you’ve been sitting on for years? Well, maybe now’s the time to turn it into reality. Start small so you can do it part-time.

These are just some of the part-time careers that you can consider. These are the popular and obvious ones. But did you know that there’s another part-time career that you can consider?

Be a Financial Advisor

It’s hard to beat an opportunity like this as far as part-time careers are concerned. By being a financial advisor, you get to do the following:

  1. You earn extra income.

The potential for income is virtually limitless. The harder (and smarter!) you work, the more income you’ll earn.

  1. You’ll be challenged.

You’ll learn and master skills you’ve never thought of having. You get to meet a lot of new and interesting people. If you do well, you’ll gain recognition and accolades that will continue to challenge you.

  1. You’ll have a stress-free career.

In fact, a lot of financial advisors started because they were stressed with their previous career. They started part-time, and ended up being a financial advisor full-time! After all, it’s hard to beat a career that allows you to save lives and earn in the process. As a bonus, you get to spend more time with your family.

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Jay Recinto

Co-Founder/Head Blogger at Hello Lipa
As a frustrated chef, Jay puts his Certificate in Culinary Arts from the International School for Culinary Arts & Hotel Management to good use by eating...a LOT. As the co-founder and head blogger for Hello Lipa, you'll often see Jay touring the city for the best places to dine in and the most fun events to attend. If not doing Hello Lipa duties, you'll see Jay either at a Starbucks or at the gym, if not doing hubby and daddy duties at the Recinto/Hello Lipa HQ.
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