The Top 10 Companies Hiring Part-Time Workers Today

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If you’re hoping to land a great part-time job in 2019, we’ve got the perfect list for you.

FlexJobs recently released its roll call of the top 50 companies hiring the most part-time workers so far this year.

According to the subscription-based jobs board:

“Education, finance, and medical and health are the most well-represented industries featured on this list of companies with strong part-time hiring activity so far in 2019.”

Workers at all career levels will find employment in these part-time gigs, which include both employee and freelance positions.

The top 10 companies hiring for part-time jobs are:

  1. Pearson (international learning company)
  2. RetailData (business services company)
  3. Grand Canyon University (private interdenominational Christian institution)
  4. Atrium Health (network of hospitals)
  5. Supporting Strategies (operational support and bookkeeping firm)
  6. Kelly Services (staffing company)
  7. SmileDirectClub (orthodontics company)
  8. Landi English (e-learning company)
  9. VocoVision (children’s therapy telepractice)
  10. Keiser University (private, nonprofit institution)

Although many of the employers listed above are smaller businesses, you can also find work at major corporations offering positions nationwide. Such companies that also made FlexJobs’ list include:

  • Edward Jones (ranked No. 13)
  • UnitedHealth Group (No. 14)
  • Apple (No. 24)
  • Macy’s (No. 25)
  • Hilton (No. 26)
  • Wells Fargo (No. 27)
  • CVS Health (No. 31)
  • TD Ameritrade (No. 42)

FlexJobs compiled its list after analyzing 51,000 companies in the FlexJobs database and noting their part-time job posting histories from January through March of this year.

For the full list of companies making the list, check out FlexJobs’ blog post about it.

Finding the right job for you

If flexibility and a better work-life balance are your top priorities, you may want to check another FlexJobs list focused on companies that are hiring people to work from home, which we detailed in “The 10 Best Employers for Work-From-Home Jobs in 2019.”

As we reported:

“It’s worth noting that about one-third of the companies that made this year’s list did not make the cut in 2018. So, if you didn’t land that dream work-from-home job last year, you’ve got new companies to target, and reason for renewed optimism as you look for the perfect telecommuting opportunity.”

Whatever type of job interests you, make sure to put your best foot forward during the process. For more tips, check out “7 Tips for Landing Your Dream Job.”

Finally, don’t forget to read “70 Percent of Successful Job Candidates Wear This Color” before you head out the door to that first interview. And best of luck!

Do you have any tips for finding great part-time work? Share them in comments below or on our Facebook page.

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