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Whether you are ready for a full-time position, looking for part-time work.
Or want more flexible schedule, we have a wide range of jobs available including:
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Placing over 3,000 people at 280 different companies a year!
Every day, we help people find jobs and provide workforce solutions to businesses.
Express has more than 800 franchise locations that provide a full range of employment solutions.
That includes full-time, temporary, and part-time employment.
If you’re working full-time and looking for some extra money.
It may be time to consider getting a second job.
Searching and applying for another job is a similar process to looking for your first job with a few caveats.
Whether it be part-time or temporary, be honest with employers and you may find the ideal second job for you.
Do something different than your current job to avoid burning out.
Rather than working a similar job to what you already have, try to find something new and different.
This helps you become more versatile as a worker and will help you develop new skills along the way.
- If you work in an office during the day, consider working in a retail store or as a restaurant cook part-time.
Watch online job boards for part-time and temporary positions.
Check listing sites like these days to stay updated.
- Craigslist is another great resource for finding jobs and 1-day paid gigs.
- Search the categories you’re most interested in, but beware of spam posts that seem malicious. If posts make offers or salaries that sound too good to be true, its best to avoid them.
Inquire in person at retail locations and restaurants.
This will help managers know that you have an active interest in working for them.
- This tactic is also useful for small and local businesses that may not post wanted ads.
Look for jobs where you can work from home.
There are many jobs that you can work from home, such as tutoring English, reviewing academic papers, or making customer service calls. Specify ‘remote’ or ‘work at home when using job search engines to find these positions.
- Working from home requires a structured approach.
- Set a space inside of your home as an office to avoid distractions.
Sell your freelance writing or creative services.
Many companies, such as WriterAccess or Listverse purchase articles written by readers.
- Host a portfolio website to show your skills and attract prospective clients.
Networking with Others
Use LinkedIn to maintain professional connections.
Maximize the most out of the website by joining groups related to your interests and connecting with others.
- Some companies will post job opportunities on LinkedIn.
- So follow companies you have an interest in.
Communicate actively with your network.
Stay professional and positive as you keep in touch.
- Send personalized update emails to your network, especially those in the area you want to work.
- Thank them for spending time from their day to look over your updates.
- Be specific about your goals. Avoid phrases like, “Let me know if you hear anything.” Instead, say something like, “If you’re ever in need of a ______, give me a call.”
Join community groups that align with your interests.
Finding hobby and enthusiast groups or clubs around your area will help you meet like-minded individuals.
These people may help you make a connection to someone hiring in the area you’re looking to work.
Spark impromptu conversations with strangers to expand your network.
While you’re waiting in line for a coffee or at a store, introduce yourself and strike up a conversation with someone around you.
Don’t be forward about searching for a job, but be friendly and personable while talking about yourself.
If you leave a lasting impression, the people you’ve talked to will remember you and may connect with you again.
- Start with a friendly “Hey, how are you doing?” and offer a handshake.
- Ask questions and listen to them to better connect with them.
- Don’t mention your job search initially as not to seem desperate.
- To stay in contact, offer a business card and end the conversation with a friendly goodbye.
Applying for Your Job
Be forward by telling the employer you already have a job in your cover letter.
Honesty is the best policy when it comes to a potential employer.
Letting the employer know your availability is limited will help them understand your current situation and they may be more willing to work with your tight schedule.
Include valid experience on your resume.
Include past work experience in chronological order.
- If you’re applying for a customer service position in retail.
- Mention how well you interact with people.
Schedule interviews at times where you would be available to work.
If you’re already working a 9-5 job, don’t schedule an interview for a second job in the middle of the day.
Talk with a potential employer about your available hours and try to plan an interview at those times.
- Some jobs may want you to interview with a manager that only works during the days.
- Let them know your situation and see if they can be flexible.
Dress according to the company’s dress code.
Be confident and assertive with your body language.
Avoid crossing your arms as this will make you seem closed off.
- Have a firm handshake but don’t squeeze their hands into a death grip.
- Don’t slouch or put your feet up since you don’t want to seem too comfortable.
- A subtle nod while the employer is talking will show that you have an interest in what they are saying.