Who’s Hiring Part-Time: Kellogg's, Labor Ready, W.W. Grainger

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Looking for part-time work? You’re in luck. Here are three companies with part-time openings available right now.

Kellogg's (Stock Quote: K)

What They Do: Major manufacturer of cereal, snacks and other foods.

Types of Part-Time Position(s) Available: Merchandisers.

Desired Hours Per Week: Up to 28 hours per week, generally including nights, weekends and early morning hours, plus some holidays.

Starting Pay: $8 to $13 per hour.

Benefits: none

Requirements: One year of previous experience preferred. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.

The Inside Scoop: Job involves bending, climbing and standing. Weekly access to the Internet is required.

Apply here

Next Page: Labor Ready


Labor Ready

What They Do: Provider of temporary employees.

Types of Part-Time Position(s) Available: Customer service reps (these are permanent positions at Labor Ready offices).

Desired Hours Per Week: 25 hours per week, including early mornings and some weekends.

Starting Pay: $9 to $11 per hour.

Benefits: Monthly bonus potential.

Requirements: Valid driver's license and reliable vehicle; good computer and communication skills; sales or telemarketing experience a plus.

The Inside Scoop: More than half of all Labor Ready branch managers started out as customer service reps.

Apply here


Next Page: W.W. Grainger

W.W. Grainger (Stock Quote: GWW)

What They Do: Provider of commercial and industrial maintenance products and supplies.

Types of Part-Time Position(s) Available: Customer service associates.

Desired Hours Per Week: 20–30 hours per week.

Starting Pay: $10 to $14 per hour.

Benefits: Medical benefits, company discounts.

Requirements: Must be 18 years old, with a high school diploma or equivalent and 1-2 years customer service or sales experience.

The Inside Scoop: Job involves computer use and daily interaction with customers and sales staff.

Apply here

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