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The 10 Best Target Part Time Jobs 2019-2020

Filed in Job by on March 14, 2019

The 10 Best Target Part Time Jobs 2019-2020.

Target Part Time JobsSeveral companies often look for part-time employees for seasonal help during busy months, freelance and consulting support on an as-needed basis, or for routine assistance throughout the year.

Target Part Time Jobs

Best Target Part Time Jobs

This article will give a list of the best part-time jobs, based on pay and the job outlook. For job seekers aiming to find part-time employment, these positions offer high pay in addition to the potential for job stability and growth down the career.

The following are the 10 best part-time jobs:

1. Writer

Writers produce content for a wide range of purposes from websites to blogs, books and magazines, advertisements, songs, television and movie scripts, and more. Writers and authors might work in-house for a company or organization, within a specific field, like marketing or media, or, they might work on a freelance basis for various clients.

Writers make a median hourly wage of $29.72. The hiring outlook is slower than average, the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects an 8% increase in jobs through 2016.

2. Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Network and Computer Systems Administrators set up and support an organization’s internal networks and Internet systems, working to make sure everyone is getting a good connection that allows them to work efficiently online.

Network and Computer Systems Administrators are also responsible for ensuring network security. This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in information technology, computer science or a related field.

They make a median hourly wage of $38.99. The job outlook is average, the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a 6% increase in jobs through 2026.

3. Materials Mover

Materials movers, or hand laborers, transport materials without using machines. They often work in warehouses or factories or move people’s belongings, they might also be responsible for moving freight around a storage facility, packing goods for shipping, unloading goods, or cleaning vehicles.

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In general, these types of positions do not require a certain level of education. However, since heavy physical labor is involved, candidates must be physically fit and able to lift heavy objects and spend many hours on their feet.

Materials movers make a median hourly wage of $13.00. The job outlook is average, the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a 7% increase in jobs through 2026.

4. Market Research Analyst

It’s up to market analysts to divide market trends i.e. what people are buying, what they want to buy, and what they are willing to pay and then share what they learn to help businesses better target consumers.

Although most market analysts work full-time, others work on a consultant or freelance basis for various clients. In order to become a Market Research Analyst, you must have a Bachelor’s degree in finance or a related field, though most companies look for candidates who have a Master’s degree as well.

Market Research Analysts make a median hourly wage of $30.40. The job outlook is much faster than average, the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a 23% increase in jobs through 2026.

5. Management Analyst

Management analysts, also known as management consultants, examine an organization’s systems to figure out how to maximize efficiency. Taking various factors into account, including staffing, organizational structure, and workflow processes, management analysts strive to increase profit by reducing costs and increasing profits.

Most management analysts have a Bachelor’s degree along with a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designation. However, since many management analysts work on a freelance basis, it’s important to have prior experience working in a managerial or director role, in order to bring forth expertise as a consultant.

Management Analysts make a median hourly wage of $39.64. The job outlook is faster than average, the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a 14% increase in jobs through 2026.

6. Graphic Designer

Graphic designers work in programs like Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator to create graphics for a variety of purposes. Graphic designers might work on anything from creating custom logos and font types to designing websites and email templates, to producing marketing collateral including advertisements, postcards, and banners, to illustrating original digital artwork.

Though some designers work in-house for a single company, others work freelance for a variety of clients, thus creating a strong part-time job market for graphic designers.

Graphic Designers make a median hourly wage of $23.42. The job outlook is average, the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects an overall 4% increase in jobs through 2026 with much faster growth in digital applications and declining opportunities in print and publishing.

7. Editor/Proofreader

Editors plan, coordinate, review, and revise content for publication in books, newspapers, magazines, email, or websites. Editors review story ideas and determine which topics will appeal to the publication’s readers.

Proofreaders examine a final draft of a document, book, newspaper, or any other written communication, after it has been edited, to ensure that no errors remain. Proofreaders must have a keen eye to find spelling errors, punctuation errors, typos or incorrect use of grammar.

They make a median hourly wage of $28.25. Hiring Outlook; the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects no increase in jobs through 2026.

8. Delivery Truck Driver

Delivery truck drivers work within a restricted region to transport goods between local warehouses, distribution centers, businesses, and households. Since delivery truck drivers are limited to trucks with a cargo containing less than 26,000 pounds, they are generally responsible for the pick-up, transport, and drop-off of packages and smaller goods.

In order to become a delivery truck driver, you are generally required to have a high school diploma. Most companies also require a one-month on-the-job training, and of course, you need to have a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.

Delivery Truck Drivers make a median hourly wage of $15.12. The job outlook is slower than average; the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a 4% increase in jobs through 2026.

9. Computer Programmer

Computer programmers write computer software, though many programmers possess skills in software engineering and can also troubleshoot computer code, such as Java or C++. A successful programmer is fluent in the technical, back-end of the software, while also keeping in mind the front-end user experience.

Computer programmers must hold a Bachelor’s degree in computer science or similar field, though many hold Master’s degrees or even doctorates, as well. Also, since not all companies can afford in-house programmers, many will resort to part-time IT expertise to address any technical issues on a case-to-case basis.

Computer Programmers make a median hourly wage of $39.54. The job outlook is lower than average; the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a 7% decline in jobs through 2026.

10. Accountant

Accountants are responsible for the preparation, upkeep, and analyses of financial records, bills, invoices, and taxes. In addition to the day-to-day maintenance and monitoring of financial operations, accountants must also ensure that a company’s financial systems are working efficiently and within the scope of the law.

In addition to the day-to-day maintenance and monitoring of financial operations, accountants must also ensure that a company’s financial systems are working efficiently and within the scope of the law. They are expected to suggest different ways for clients to reduce costs and improve earnings.

Accountants should hold a Bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related field, and depending on the job, they may need to be a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Accountants are in high demand around tax season, which is when organizations or individuals might hire part-time accounting support.

An accountant earns a median hourly wage of $33.34. The job outlook is average; the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a 10% increase in jobs through 2026.

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