One of the interesting findings of the 2016 census was that more and more Canadians are choosing part-time employment. In fact, according to StatCan, only 56.2% of men aged 25 to 54 worked full-time in 2015, while even fewer women in the same age group – 43.7% – had full-time employment. There are many reasons why people may choose part-time work instead. It may be the only work they can find, for instance, but it may also be because part-time work offers more flexibility while they are studying or raising a family.
If you’re thinking about going part-time, it’s best to choose a job where you can make the most of your skills. This way you can earn more and avoid boredom. Looking for the perfect part-time job is very similar to looking for any other job. Here’s how to find the best part-time careers to match your skill set.
Know what your skills are
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