If you’re looking to work 15 or 20 or 28 hours a week rather than full-time, you can search for part-time roles. As you do, make sure you’re clear on the expectations an employer has for the position up front.
How many hours will be expected? Will you have a say in your schedule? Will the company offer you benefits? Will the role always be part-time? If the job description doesn’t answer these questions, you can always ask in an interview.
- More time outside of work
- A stable stream of income
- Shorter shifts
- Extra income
- Experience in a new field
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