Part time employment is a great opportunity to make good money as well as have a good amount of freedom. Depending on the jobs these can often result in the same amount or more money as a full time job with less work.
Part time jobs are especially great to attain while in school. I used to work multiple part time jobs in school to make extra money. At one point I had two part time jobs while having a full class schedule. It was not that hard to balance these things and I was pulling in around 300 dollars a week working 20 hours. This is great money to be making while in school and allowed me to have a blast while a student, as for the first time in my life money was not an issue.
It is important to look for part time jobs that one: pay you well and two: fit into your schedule. Part time jobs are great because they give you more freedom and will work with you to fit into your schedule. For example, you can work 15-20 hours a week and get paid $15 an hour in a much more relaxed gig. These kind of jobs allows you the freedom of your own schedule as well as the opportunity to make just about the same amount of money as a full time job if it was a minimum wage.
To attain part time jobs you must search for a good amount of time, especially if you are looking for 2 that might pay as much or more than a full time job. Some great places to find these are online. Also, a great place to look for part time jobs is at restaurants. This a great gig to have on the weekends and nights. Restaurant jobs are fun and usually pay well, especially if it is at a nice place. You can have a flexible schedule and tell the manager when you are available to work each week. Don’t be scared of the thought of having 2 jobs. It may seem like a lot, but it is actually very manageable. Being part time means you do not have to take as much responsibilities on as a full time worker and you are allotted much more freedom. If you feel it becomes too much for you to handle, you can always just quit, remember you are part-time so you are not absolutely essential to the operation.