What Kind of Flexible Job is Best For You?

Find out 4 great career types that could suit you!

Floriane Vita
Created By Floriane Vita
On Apr 27, 2018
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Do you like working with other people?

Are you an early bird or a night owl?

How would you describe yourself?

How do you define success?

Would you like to plan your work shifts around other commitments?

Would you rather work from home or in an office?

Would you like to make your own schedule?

Do you have good visual and spatial skills?

Would you like to be an active part of a community?

Instructing

Instructing

For a rewarding and worthwhile career that allows you to pass on essential life skills to others and meet people from all walks of life, think about becoming a driving instructor. As well as being your own boss, you can enjoy working hours that suit you and plan your work shifts around other commitments, such as spending time with your family.

Design

Design

Design is always in demand for a wide range of projects. From logos to mobile apps, there’s a lot of work available and plenty of variety. Rather than depending on a day job, start your freelance graphic designer career.

Personal Training

Personal Training

Is fitness your thing? Do you know enough about nutrition and exercise that you could help get other people into great shape? If so, then you may find the job of personal trainer to be just what you need. Personal trainers can set their own hours and can work whenever, and often wherever, they want. Go to a client's home or office, or they can come to you.

Social Media

Social Media

If you’re already well-versed with Tweets, Facebook posts and Instagram updates and know your brands, you’re on your way to becoming a social media community manager. The main reason that this isn't a typical 9-5 job is that social media does not follow a 9-5 schedule. You’ll instead be needed when people are more active on social media, i.e. before and after normal working hours.