Have you heard the word “unretirement” before? More people are deciding for one reason or another that the “r” word isn’t quite what they had in mind. Yet, they don’t want to go back to the grind of a full-time career. Flexible jobs appeal to many people, whether it is to make money, stay connected to others or start something new and keep learning. We’ve been doing our research and the trend towards “unretirement” is growing. That’s why we are constantly on the lookout for new Flexible Job Spotlight ideas. So, don’t retire… Amava! We’ll keep coming up with ways to help you Discover Your Next.
New and Interesting Flexible Job Spotlights
If you’ve been around the marketing block, try your hand at marketing consulting and help businesses reach their goals.
Help students and families navigate the more-complicated-than-ever college admissions landscape as a College Admissions Counselor.
Good with numbers and paperwork? Get folks through a complicated tax time by working as a Tax Preparer.
Keep the systems running, get rid of the bugs and be pretty much everyone’s favorite person by working in IT Support.
Teach the arts that you know and love at a nearby community arts center.
Get your guests out there doing amazing things on vacation by working as a Hotel Concierge.
Every kid at every school deserves the care of a compassionate professional when they aren’t feeling well and if you have the right background you could be that person, the School Nurse.
If flexible shift work, steady pay and a built-in cohort you can team with is what you’re looking for, consider working as a Warehouse Associate.
Want to meet other Amava Members and learn from experts and one another? Join one of our Ask Amava discussion groups. These lively 45-minute sessions will cover special topics that our Members have asked about. If you’d like to participate contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Ask Amava.” We’ll get back to you with information about upcoming events.
On the Way Out
“I work very hard, and I play very hard. I’m grateful for life. And I live it – I believe life loves the lover of it. I live it.” – Maya Angelou