Consider These Part-Time Jobs
by Tom Damron
I hear that some of you are bored during retirement, if you need a little extra 'mad money or if you're just interested in helping people there are a multitude of good part-time jobs floating around both seasonal and year-round.
I am going to list a few opportunities that are waiting for you to walk in and lend a hand. You will find my first recommendations below. Look for more next week, Maybe one or two will hit your hot button and lead you to a satisfying use of your retirement time.
There are more jobs than ever for non-tenure track, or adjunct, professors. In 1969, just 21.7% of college faculty were adjuncts; now more than two-thirds are - and you don't always need a Ph.D. to get these positions.
Live Near a National Park or Monument?
Go to Cool Works.com that posts mostly seasonal jobs. They typically pay minimum wage or slightly higher..
Becoming a tutor is a great option for retirees. Thanks to flexible hours, you have the ability to work near your home and the chance to help young people.
A great way to keep your own energy flowing is to work with kids and grab hold of their contagious energy. Most schools are looking for qualified people to work with teachers
If you live near an airport, Shuttle Drivers are generally in demand. Hotels and motels hire shuttle drivers to pick up their customers at airports and large train terminals. and with the advent of services like Uber and Lyft, you can even drive your own car and completely control your schedule!