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Ase Learning Pte. Ltd.
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Tangled Pte. Ltd.
Singapore
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June And Hui Hair Beauty Salon Pte. Ltd.
Singapore
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World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd
Singapore
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Abr Holdings Limited
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Gaonhae Taekwondo Llp
Singapore
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St. John Singapore
Singapore
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Quantumsys Technologies Pte. Ltd.
Singapore
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Singapore
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Singapore
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Singapore
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Mama Thai Kitchen Pte. Ltd.
Singapore
0-2 years

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Crestar Education Group Pte. Ltd.
Singapore
2-5 years

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Part Time Montessori teacher

Inno Montessori Pte. Ltd.
Singapore
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Singapore
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R&s Business Solutions Pte. Ltd.
Singapore
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K.merleone Pte. Ltd.
Singapore
2-5 years

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St&t International Pte Ltd
Singapore
2-5 years

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Aber Care Pte. Ltd.
Singapore
0-2 years

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Spizza Pte Ltd
Singapore
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Part Time Jobs Vacancies

Surveys on working-time preferences in developed countries reveal that many labour force members – both men and women – would like to work part-time at some stage during their life. The pandemic has revolutionised the creation and design of modern-day jobs. It has become a lifeline for those experienced workers who are laid off or furloughed. 


Employers create part-time working arrangements for different reasons. It is used as a recruitment & retention strategy attuned to experienced workers who do not want full-time hours. It provides optimal staffing and operational flexibility to get a better match between labour, work, and cost. It is used to create a secondary, cost-effective, and a more precarious pool of workers.


How to get a part-time job in Singapore?

Start by gathering a list of employers in the city who usually hire for part time jobs. The best way is to search online for jobs. A single click opens the various opportunities available in the job market. Then you make a list of your favourite potential jobs. Match your time preference according to the job schedule. 


Make sure you prepare a professional resume that reflects that you are the best applicant. Apply for the job and ensure that your online presence is professional.


What are the top skills required for a part-time job?

Recruiters take a keen interest in knowing what skills you possess. Any skill that you mention in the resume should be accurate and relevant to the job. Both hard skills and soft skills are required to do a job effectively. 

For a customer service executive, some soft skills are good verbal communication and the ability to work under pressure. Hard skills can be a good typing speed. 


Flexibility, Problem-solving, communication, responsibility and emotional intelligence are soft skills that make your job easier. Hard skills are more industry and job-specific. Few hard skills in demand across Singapore are teaching, computer software & application, data analytics, design & writing, project management, market research, social media & digital marketing.


Which are the popular companies for part-time jobs? 

Top companies have widened their recruiting efforts to net skilled professionals in part-time roles. Kaplan, VocoVision, Supporting Strategies, Robert Half International, Pearson, Appen, K12, Edmentum, Lionbridge, Language line solutions, and Soliant Health are a few popular companies hiring part-time workers. Part-time Jobs in these companies require less than 35 hours per week.


What are the various career opportunities in part-time jobs? 

Some of the most popular part-time jobs in 2021 include -

  • Education & Training - Singapore’s education is mainly in English. If you are a certified teacher, you can qualify to teach in Singapore. There is a growing number of opportunities for English as a Second Language teacher across all age groups with schools and private language colleges.
  • Medical & Health - The novel coronavirus has emphasised the growing need for more healthcare workers. Physical therapists, medical assistants, healthcare managers, registered nurses, radiologists, medical sonographers are in demand.
  • Customer Service - This is a crucial job for every company existing in the market. Most customer service executives get company-specific training during which candidates learn the employer’s policies, procedures, and how to use any job-specific technology.
  • Writing - Media, PR, IT, eCommerce, digital marketing agencies all look for writers to write about their products and services. Remote work being the new normal, writers’ jobs have become more demanding.
  • Digital Marketing - A sharp rise is being witnessed in the demand for digital marketers & Facebook marketers in Singapore. 


What is the salary one can expect in a part-time job? 

According to reports, Singapore’s national average salary for a part-time worker is $6 per hour. You always have the option to decide which part-time job is right for you. Many part-time positions have the potential to earn well above minimum wage. A part-time employee is also entitled to overtime pay. If you are a freelancer, you can sell your specific talent, skill, or product by setting your price and working hours. 


What are the various factors that affect salary in part-time jobs? 

An employer fixes a part-time worker’s hourly wage based on government policies, productivity, and the required skill set. But your work experience, education, previous achievements, and performance reviews will also affect your pay.


Is the work-from-home option available?

It is early to comment whether work from home will remain in trend or not. Apart from a few jobs that demand physical presence, most jobs are currently remote or work from home. 


A survey reveals that a company can save $11000 per year for every employee who works remotely half of the time. Keeping this in mind, companies will continue to offer remote job roles.


What is the career growth in a part-time job?

The definition of career growth is rapidly changing. It is no more related to organisational success. It emphasises more on the successful integration of personal and work-related goals. Presently, the career growth path of a part-timer is quite similar to a full-time job. In this pandemic era, employers design the job as a remote, part-time job to give the employee more flexibility and save some cost.


Do you require any certification for better job prospects?

Earning a new certification or learning a new skill propels your career. Polish your skills to gain a competitive advantage and job security. Adding a few credentials helps you thrive in a constantly evolving job market. 


As employers have shifted from lifelong employment models, consequently, employees have taken on the responsibility for their career management. This change in orientation has led part-time workers to build a protean career. Protean career asserts that individuals can and should self-direct their careers.