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Here you'll discover part-time jobs and gigs that fit your needs and help propel you forward financially.

We've got part time online jobs, jobs you can do from home, and part-time weekend and evening jobs.

Popular: The Best Part-Time Jobs with Benefits

Whether you're a college student, stay at home mom or dad, have no experience, or simply looking for something with benefits, you'll find it here.

9 Part-Time Jobs for Teachers (After School & In the Summer)

I used to be a high school English teacher and so I've had a lot of experience thinking about part-time jobs for teachers. Although teaching provided me with the highest salary I'd ever earned to date, it was still a relatively low wage. So it came as no surprise that many of my teaching colleagues worked side gigs. They did this either throughout the year after school or just during summers. Did you know...teachers are 5x more … [Read more...]

18 Legit Work-From-Home Jobs with No Startup Fee

Back before the Internet connected us at all times, it was mostly reclusive novelists and temperamental artists who were able to truly work from home. Anyone who had the dream of being able to work in their pajamas was either stuck dreaming about it, or they fell victim to some sort of envelope-stuffing scam that cost money and never materialized with a paycheck. Thankfully, these days there are a number of perfectly legitimate … [Read more...]

10 Best Paying Freelance Jobs

Freelance jobs are becoming more and more common in today's economy for a couple of reasons: First, people who have lost full-time jobs during the recession are increasingly trying to make it on their own by freelancing in their chosen field. Second, companies facing a money crunch are turning to freelancers because they save on the cost of benefits such as insurance and pension contributions. While the government does not keep tallies of all freelance jobs - … [Read more...]

025: Earning, Saving, and Investing Your Way to Financial Independence with Mr ESI of ESI Money

John writes as "Mr. ESI" on ESI Money, a blog about achieving financial independence through earning, saving, and investing (ESI). He's an early 50’s retiree who achieved financial independence, shares what’s worked for him, and details how others can implement those successes in their lives. I’m excited to share Mr ESI’s story with you because it’s a little different from what you’re used to hearing. A lot of my guests end up being entrepreneurs and achieving … [Read more...]

5 Best Online Training Sites to Get an Education and Grow [Video]

The internet continues to offer new and expanded opportunities for people all over the world. Over the past decade, there have been many advances that allow us to use the internet to become better educated. There are a number a platforms, often referred to as massive open online courses, that allow users to learn new things, without the typical time restraints or cost of more traditional educational options. Users can often access … [Read more...]

How to Ask for (and Get) a Raise

When I was a shy teenager, my grandmother used to tell me “they can’t shoot you for asking” to help remind me that there was no harm in advocating for myself. This advice has been helpful to remember any time I have been nervous about asking for things—especially higher pay. Grandma’s advice is something most workers would do well to remember. According to a PayScale salary survey, nearly 60 percent of workers haven’t asked for a raise in their current … [Read more...]

8 Best College Degrees for Job Security in Today’s Market

In 2005, after working for peanuts for two years at a Boys and Girls Club, I decided to go back to school to become a teacher. Teaching seemed like a great career choice: I loved working with kids and I knew that teaching would provide me with job security for the rest of my career. It turns out that I was delusional. From the outside, it seemed like teaching would be a recession-proof job that I could walk into once I had the proper certification. But the … [Read more...]

How to Find Great Virtual Assistant Jobs and Get Paid This Week!

If you're a good fit for the work style, and know where to find the best jobs, being a virtual assistant has plenty of benefits, including great pay. There are now more than 4 million administrative assistants in the U.S. according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Many of those are now virtual assistants. The outlook is good for the profession and the barrier to entry is low. A virtual assistant typically works from home and is hired on contract (not an … [Read more...]

10 Best Jobs for Stay-At-Home Moms and Dads!

So you've decided you want to stay at home with the kids! The only question now is how you're going to keep the little tykes fed and clothed while you're enjoying your time with them. The era of a one-income family being enough to provide for Mom, Dad and kids (and save for college) is long over for many people, and most stay-at-home parents find that they need to bring home some extra money. But what jobs can a parent do from … [Read more...]

5 Best Canadian Part-Time Jobs with Benefits

Canada offers its citizens a single payer health care system, which means that all Canadians are covered for basic health services. Knowing this, an American might be forgiven for thinking that employer-sponsored health insurance benefits would be redundant. But the operative word for Canada’s public health insurance is “basic.” The state-run system guarantees primary care services and physician and hospital visits, but other important services—including dental care, … [Read more...]

The Best Part Time Jobs With Benefits (Updated for 2018)

The Affordable Care Act is still the law, so it’s a good time to revisit the possibility of finding a part-time job with benefits. Prior to the implementation of the health-care mandate, many big-name businesses such as Papa John’s indicated that owners and franchisees would have no economic choice but to reduce employee hours to below the 30-hour per week threshold for offering health insurance mandated by the ACA. That seemed to suggest that finding a part-time job … [Read more...]

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Applying for Yet Another Job

Before you apply, ask yourself these questions. When I graduated from college back in 2001, I started my post-college job search with incredible optimism. That lasted about a week. I quickly realized that, while there were untold numbers of potential positions available out there, very few of them fit with my education and qualifications and my own career goals. In desperation, I started applying for a job with pretty much every opening I spotted. With that … [Read more...]