Temporary Work Options For People With A Regular 9-5
Who doesn't need an extra few dollars in their paycheck? The current economy is such that most people are struggling to find extra income when it comes time to pay the bills. This is why it's becoming more popular for people to consider taking on a second job.
The problem that most people find is that if they already have a regular 9-to-5 job, they can't really go out and get another full-time job. There are lots of reasons ranging from the need to sleep, as well as the commitments to family and simply overlapping schedules. However, there are some really accessible part-time and temporary jobs that anyone with a 9-to-5 can take on. This list will cover a few.
Weekend Work At A Retail Store
One of the classic tried-and-true part-time jobs is to take a shift at a retail store. This is a really popular part-time gigs because retail stores have such a flexible schedule, and as such, can accommodate a wide variety of schedules.
You can also find retail stores nearby where you live, which can lessen the commute time. So, if you happen to work in a downtown district and want to find a part-time job close to where you live, you can look to any number of retail establishments near you. You can work evenings or weekends and then add some extra income to your monthly paychecks.
Temporary Seasonal General Labor Jobs
Another avenue to look into is temporary seasonal work. This picks up during the summer (vacation relief work) as well as during the winter. You can find this sort of seasonal work in not just retail stores but also in a variety of businesses that require assistance with general labor.
For example, many commercial property management firms hire on vacation relief people to come in and work during the summer. You can sign up with an agency that staffs for these temporary general labor jobs and gives them your schedule. Then, when a job opens up, you can head on over.
There are also lots of seasonal jobs available with local municipalities (jobs working in the parks or working on road maintenance). You should investigate the various businesses in your area that advertise for seasonal work.
General labor jobs are quite popular because they don't require you to have any long term projects requiring the same person, so you can show up on the weekend and help with a big project that the regular guys are doing during the week.