Some good part-time jobs for retirees include home health care nursing, tutoring and tax preparation. Non-profit consultation, patient advocacy, retailing and temporary office work are also good part-time jobs for retirees.
Part-time home health care nursing is suitable for retired nurses and involves caring for patients in their homes. Unlike full-time home health care nursing, the hours of work in the former are few. The job involves working in shifts, which typically run between four and 12 hours. Additionally, the retired part-time nurses have the privilege of choosing to work as few as two days in a week.
Part-time tutoring suits retired teachers and may involve preparing students for college admission by assisting them to improve their SAT scores. One way a retired teacher can find the students for part-time tutoring is to advertise his services on social media and in local newspapers. Joining tutoring services such as Kaplan Tutoring also helps to access students. Tax preparation, on the other hand, suits retired people who are conversant with calculations and tax forms, including accountants, and involves working for tax preparation franchises, or establishing a client base and working independently. Becoming a part-time tax preparer requires registration with the Internal Revenue Service, which involves paying a fee and passing the IRS competency test.