The app that helps you make it while studying…
During exam season an increase in studying means standard jobs can become time consuming as revising takes priority to earning. But don’t worry – a new app will help you work around this quandry.
>JOB TODAY, the UK’s largest hiring app has got students in mind, pinpointing some of the most flexible roles on the market right now to suit students’ busy study schedules.
The app connects young job seekers with casual jobs which are available through local businesses; allowing job seekers to secure jobs through the app, facilitating flexible job opportunities that help young Brits steer through the ever changing, fast-paced job climate.
Top 5 surprisingly flexible jobs for students
1. Dog walker
The UK’s 4th most popular casual job can see you make monthly earnings of around £1,500 a month. It’ll get you out in the fresh air - with man’s best friend - providing a much needed break from the books.
2. Promotional work
Popular brands we use everyday run campaigns to boost awareness of their campaigns and need casual staff to spread the word. Where these are held vary but you can find yourself at a festival or even at a major sporting event! You can pick what days you can work and when you can’t. Ideal for the hard working student who doesn’t mind time on their feet!
“The pressure to study and ace exams can be incredibly stressful for British students this time of year, let alone trying to also maintain a job to earn some money on the side."
Cleaning while studying can help aid mental focus as you are keeping active without mentally investing. The trend of cleaning has seen Mrs. Hinch catapult into influencer territory with her tips on keeping spaces sparkling. This is suited for students who want to zone out and earn some cash.
The wonderful thing about Brits loving a frothy one is that work is always needed behind a bar! The added bonus to this is, TIPS! This is best suited for early birds.
5. Delivery Driver
If you have a driving licence, then why not work the parcels - from courier driving to Uber Eats. Internet shopping is forever on the rise with instant and flexible options for delivery meaning there’s a constant demand for flexible workers in this arena. This often comes with a vehicle and you can work days and hours that suit you.
JOB TODAY co-founder, Polina Monanto says: “The pressure to study and ace exams can be incredibly stressful for British students this time of year, let alone trying to also maintain a job to earn some money on the side.
“Here at JOB TODAY we’re passionate about helping students get into jobs that gives them great workplace experience but also provides the flexibility to work around their studies and of course, their social lives!”
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