It’s tempting to get a part-time job as a dog walker. Especially for all those mood-boosting puppy kisses and cuddles. But it may not look as impressive on your CV. A part-time job as a Personal Assistant within your soon-to-be industry, may be a better option.
Below, we take a look at some of the best part-time jobs to consider if boosting your CV is your priority (of course it is!).
Promotional work is ideal for students. Not only are the hours flexible, but you’re also always certain to have heaps of fun. Furthermore, you’ll gain some insight into the world of marketing. Plus, if you do some work for a particularly impressive brand, the brand’s name itself is sure to look epic on your CV.
Anything Digital Related
Work as a part- time social media community manager. A blogger or social media coordinator. Any experience within the digital sphere is bound to serve you well. A knowledge of the latest online technology is sure to sound attractive to employers. Even the older generations who probably (definitely) won’t have the same amount of savvy.
Group Exercise Teacher
Love working out and getting fit? Turn your passion into a career and start giving your own group exercise classes. Boxercise, Tae Bo, Zumba – the options are endless. This proves to potential employers that you’re a resourceful reliable go-getter. As well as showing a talent for motivating others to adopt the same attitude.
Although it is arguably one of the lowest paying jobs out there, being a waitron is far from easy. Talk about multi-tasking, impressive memory capacity and service with a smile!
Stated on your CV it’ll communicate to your potential employer that you have the skills. You’re a dedicated, hard-working individual with above-par people skills to boot.
See? At the end of the day, it’s not about working a part-time job. It’s about making your part-time job work for you!