If you are interested in flexible work, the first thing to consider is what that means to you. The typical kinds of flex jobs that candidates look for feature part-time work, fluid or off-hour schedules and freelance, temporary or contract positions. Flexible job attributes may include the ability to set your own hours, share responsibilities with colleagues or throttle your commitment level up or down.

A lot of people are looking for something outside of the typical nine-to-five work schedule, and our Amava Spotlights have been specially designed to be informative and actionable—just click on the green text below and we’ll take you there. We highlight flexible ways for you to earn, learn and stay socially engaged on-the-job, with time to still do other things that matter to you.


New And Interesting Flexible Jobs

People have different reasons for wanting to learn ballroom dance, but all of them can include you if you work as a Ballroom Dance Instructor.

Every business needs accurate financial statements, and if you’re careful and adept at keeping them, you can do valuable work as a Bookkeeper.

If you’re looking for a flexible job that you can often do remotely, many businesses need Transcriptionists to type it all up.

If you’re an ace who loves to volley, you can help people reach their tennis goals as a Tennis Instructor.

There are many kinds of insurance and the coverage choices can be complicated. Know your products and help your customers find the right coverage for them as an Insurance Agent.

Why count beans when you can count people? A lot depends on what your tabulations show when you work as a Census Taker.

If you’ve got special skills or experience in a particular industry, you could serve as a Corporate Board Member and help a business succeed.

Say hello, represent your restaurant well and get those people to their table! Working as a Host(ess) will keep you on your toes.


A Flexible  Work Transition Story…

“Extract the parts of what you do that you love and keep doing them.”

Learn how former teacher Becca Garcia created her own in-home tutoring and educational enrichment business.


Exclusive Offer for Amava Members

 

Got opinions? How about getting paid to express them as part of one of our soon-to-launch Amava Focus Groups. We’re putting together teams of Members to give organizations insights into your preferences, interests and concerns about a variety of products and services. Opportunities may be online, via email, telephone, web-conference or in-person. Let us know if you’re interested in participating in an Amava Focus Group or email us at member-services@amava.com. We’re hoping to be up and running soon.

 


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