Who's Hiring Part-Time: Higher One, DSW Shoes and Wegmans


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

Higher One

What They Do: Technology and financial services company focused on higher education.

Types of Part-Time Position(s) Available: Home-based customer service representatives.

Desired Hours Per Week: 20 to 25 hours per week.

Starting Pay: $10 to $12 an hour.

Benefits: None.

Requirements: Must be at least 18, with a high school diploma or GED. Must also have customer service and/or data entry experience, professional phone manner and good communication skills. Applicants must pass background and credit checks.

The Inside Scoop: Reps work from home and must have a quiet work environment. They especially need bilingual applicants.

Apply here.

Next Page: DSW Shoes

DSW Shoes (Stock Quote: DSW)

What They Do: Chain of retail shoe stores.

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

Desired Hours Per Week: Various, but generally must be able to work weekends.

Starting Pay: $8 to $10 an hour.

Benefits: Paid time off, company discounts.

Requirements: Must be 18 years old, with good communication skills and prior retail sales experience.

The Inside Scoop: Will also be responsible for stocking shelves and keeping the store organized.

Apply here.

Next Page: Wegmans


What They Do: Supermarket chain.

Types of Part-Time Position(s) Available: Security guards, retail clerks, bakery clerks.

Desired Hours Per Week: Varies, but most positions involve weekend work and/or overnight shifts.

Starting Pay: Security guards start at $14 an hour. Cashiers and clerks make $9 to $12 an hour.

Benefits: Medical/dental, paid time off, company discounts.

Requirements: Previous related experience, good people skills and ability to pass a criminal background check.

The Inside Scoop: Positions involve standing for several hours at a time.

Apply here.

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