10 Part-Time Jobs for Retirees

 

1. Freelance Consulting

Freelance Consulting

Consulting companies prefer to use the services of freelance consultants, rather than hire a full-time professional to work for them. It is more economical for the company as they can hire freelancers on a project basis. They don’t have to pay health insurance. They also don’t have to bother about vacation.

This is an amazing opportunity for retirees to earn some extra cash. You can contact the head of companies that work with such a format. As an alternative, create a gig advertising your services on online bidding sites such as PeoplePerHour.com.

Top 20 Most Promising Jobs for the Next Decade

Top 20 Most Promising Jobs for the Next Decade

  1. Accountant/Auditor

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Education: Bachelor’s degree and Certified Public Accountants (CPA) exam

Median Annual Salary: $62,850

Projected Job Growth: 16%

Accounting is a lucrative career according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) because so many private and public entities are developing their financial protocols and systems. In addition, a multitude of companies and businesses are being launched every year which means more requirements for accounting services – and more jobs for you.