Seasonal jobs are not limited to entry-level customer service positions. Find out if you can put your skills to work.
If you think the seasonal jobs market is limited to entry-level, low-paid customer service positions, think again.
According to FlexJobs, there are opportunities for flexible seasonal employment in a variety of industries, including the following:
- Sports and fitness
- Accounting and finance
- Arts and entertainment
With the upcoming election, holidays, ski season and tax season just around the corner, this is the perfect time to hunt for a job that suits your particular interests and/or skills.
Sara Sutton Fell, founder and CEO of FlexJobs, says in a statement:
“Seasonal jobs can be a great strategy for professionals to supplement income during the holiday season. … But beyond that, seasonal jobs can also be a great way to gain experience and skills, build upon your resume, provide a foot in the door with a company to a permanent position.”
FlexJobs recently highlighted 15 flexible, seasonal jobs based on job listings on its site. Here are eight jobs off the list that may pique your interest:
- Election clerk
- Fly-casting instructor
- Human resources administrator
- IT support center coordinator
- Performer (for holiday events)
- Santa’s elf
- Senior tax associate
- Ski instructor
Click here to see the FlexJobs’ list in its entirety and get more information on a specific job listed above.
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