Part Time Jobs

Work SignOne of the best ways to ‘cash flow’ your education is by working one or more jobs. Often there is a bottleneck of people applying for jobs everyone sees or knows about, while high paying part time jobs lie unfilled. To perk up your antenna to possible opportunities, here is an incomplete list of part time jobs. This is just a quick list I thought of off the top of my head, but I borrowed from this resource and I didn’t include any job where I didn’t actually know someone that has done it. I also didn’t include any jobs where a discernible skill or licensing requirement was necessary before starting – so no ‘C++’, ‘auto mechanic’, or ‘life insurance sales’. If you have a discernible skill you should probably leverage that into a high paying part-time job.

I’ve organized them around sectors of the market that seem to have high labor needs:


  1. Roofing
  2. House Painting
  3. Demo Contractor
  4. Architectural Salvage
  5. Window Cleaning
  6. House Cleaning
  7. Handyman Services
  8. Flip houses
  9. Birddog houses
  10. Real Estate Broker
  11. Mow Lawns/Shovel Snow
  12. Set Up Electronic Systems
  13. Rent rooms in your house
  14. Services REALTORS Need:
    1. Handyman work
    2. Design Flyers
    3. Blogging
    4. Video Marketing
    5. Photography
    6. Personal Assistant
    7. House Staging


  1. Sell Cars
  2. Detail Cars
  3. Flip Cars
  4. Tint windows


  1. Personal Coaching
  2. Dance Lessons
  3. Personal Trainer
  4. Build Golf Clubs
  5. Run a sports league
  6. Referee


  1. Antiquing
  2. Piano Lessons
  3. Window Painting for Businesses
  4. Graphic Design piecework


  1. Catering
  2. Making Cakes
  3. Deliver Pizzas/Sandwiches
  4. Serving (Waiter/Waitress)


  1. Nanny
  2. Babysitting
  3. Special Needs Services
  4. Tutoring
  5. SAT training class
  6. Before and After School Care


  1. Work-study


  1. EBay (buying things and selling them)
  2. Phone Calling for Sales Guys
  3. Multi Level Marketing
  4. Blogging for Small Businesses
  5. Web design


  1. Retail (Home Depot, Macy’s, Etc.)
  2. Deliver Newspapers
  3. Dog Walker
  4. Part Time Bookkeeping
  5. Drive the elderly
  6. Mobile shoe shine

We live in a country with a $17 Trillion annual economy. There is plenty of opportunity for anyone that wants it. The hard part is discerning what is the most effective (leveraging your time and skill) use of your abilities. Go!

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