The Best Jobs for Retirees

Jobs for retirees may seem hard to find. However, there are several things retirees can do for work that they will find rewarding, both financially and personally.

Rising inflation near a 40-year record and the COVID-19 pandemic may have wrenched many retirees’ plans. Hence, it may be time to join a growing trend and find a job like many retirees.

Here, is a list of five good jobs for retirees. Of course, not everyone wants to be a blogger or social media influencer part-time, so we focus on other potential part-time careers.

1. Cashiers

The advantage of the cashier position is its ubiquity. The jobs are in retail, grocery stores, department stores, gas stations, fast food, etc. You can get a job in almost any field and any geographic area.

The main advantage is the position is part-time and only when schools are in session. This fact means you are driving early morning and late afternoons. It also means your Summers are relatively free.

2. School Bus Driver

Bookkeepers perform accounting functions for small businesses. They create and track invoices to customers, do payroll for employees and independent contractors, maintain financial records, and pay invoices from suppliers.

3. Bookkeeper

The advantage of this profession is it does not require going to the office. Listening to voice recordings and typing notes in a word processor can be performed almost anywhere.

4. Medical Transcriptionists

5. Dental Hygienists

Almost all dental hygienists work in dentists or other oral care offices. You will perform oral preventative care and check for oral diseases like gingivitis and cavities. The advantage is that the position has reasonable working hours.

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