What Weekend Jobs are there?

There are endless types of weekend jobs available to boost income. A lot of it falls under the hospitality and catering industry as well as the wholesale and retail industry. For more formal careers, freelancing is an option many take on the weekends. With freelance, people can choose what days to work and with whom, so opting to work on Saturdays and Sundays is an easy option. Freelance roles include journalism, graphic design, web developing and many more. These opportunities are available with a wide range of skills and education levels. If qualifications aren’t needed, many expect a good portfolio with a range of styles. There are many forms of more informal weekend jobs, such as babysitting, wedding photography and online tutoring. Weekend jobs can be demanding and extremely tiring if already working a full-time job. People who choose this option are expected to have very good time management. 

Weekend Job Requirements

Requirements for weekend jobs vary depending on what applicants choose. With babysitting, applicants are required to (usually) be over 18, have a driver’s licence, have experience and are trustworthy. A registered nurse, on the other hand, will need a Bachelor’s degree, training and a lot of experience. All in all, working weekend jobs will need people to be able to work well under pressure and have good communication skills. 

Weekend Job Market Trends

The most popular form of weekend jobs is working as a retail assistant, waiting staff or a bartender. Retail and hospitality jobs usually have high turnover rates, resulting in endless opportunities for all types of candidates. Retail assistants can earn around £150 for two days of work whilst waiting staff could earn a lot more with tips and gratuity.

What Weekend Jobs are there?
What Weekend Jobs are there? >

What Weekend Jobs are there?

There are endless types of weekend jobs available to boost income. A lot of it falls under the hospitality and catering industry as well as the wholesale and retail industry. For more formal careers, freelancing is an option many take on the weekends. With freelance, people can choose what days to work and with whom, so opting to work on Saturdays and Sundays is an easy option. Freelance roles include journalism, graphic design, web developing and many more. These opportunities are available with a wide range of skills and education levels. If qualifications aren’t needed, many expect a good portfolio with a range of styles. There are many forms of more informal weekend jobs, such as babysitting, wedding photography and online tutoring. Weekend jobs can be demanding and extremely tiring if already working a full-time job. People who choose this option are expected to have very good time management. 

Weekend Job Requirements

Requirements for weekend jobs vary depending on what applicants choose. With babysitting, applicants are required to (usually) be over 18, have a driver’s licence, have experience and are trustworthy. A registered nurse, on the other hand, will need a Bachelor’s degree, training and a lot of experience. All in all, working weekend jobs will need people to be able to work well under pressure and have good communication skills. 

Weekend Job Market Trends

The most popular form of weekend jobs is working as a retail assistant, waiting staff or a bartender. Retail and hospitality jobs usually have high turnover rates, resulting in endless opportunities for all types of candidates. Retail assistants can earn around £150 for two days of work whilst waiting staff could earn a lot more with tips and gratuity.

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