订阅

多平台阅读

微信订阅

杂志

申请纸刊赠阅

订阅每日电邮

移动应用

领导力

这19种专业,兼职也能赚高薪

Lily Martis 2017年08月24日

新近数据显示,相当一部分兼职工作时薪不菲。实际上,一些高薪的兼职工作已经赶上全职的薪酬。

“高收入兼职”这种说法听起来可能有点自相矛盾,但不管你信不信,高薪跟兼职并不一定互相排斥。这里列出的兼职工作时间短(每周至多20个小时),薪水又高(年收入不低于2万美元,最高可达5万美元),就像花生酱和奥利奥一样,大家都会觉得加在一起更美妙。

说实在话,想提高收入真不必玩命工作。美国劳工统计局新近数据显示,相当一部分兼职工作时薪不菲。实际上,一些高薪的兼职工作已经赶上全职的薪酬,年收入超过4万美元,而且其中不少工作连大学学历都不用。

以下就是一些高薪兼职工作。

1.执业护士

工作职责:作为高级护士,你要负责调配人手看护病人,偶尔也要提供基本或者专项医护服务。

从业要求:担任高级护士需要硕士学位。

时薪:47.71美元

2.语言病理学家

工作职责:有时又称言语治疗师,工作内容包括评估、诊断、医治以及预防出现语言沟通和吞咽障碍。

从业要求:需要高学位。

时薪:41.11美元

3.心理学家

工作职责:如果担任临床心理学家,提供心理咨询,或负责校园心理健康,你要负责诊断和治疗心理疾病,通过心理辅导了解病人的心理障碍等问题,还要设计和实施行为矫正方案。

从业要求:如果想当心理学家,除了博士或者专业的学位,还需要去医院实习。

时薪:39.50美元

4.职业治疗师

工作职责:职业治疗师利用日常活动医治受伤、患病或者残障的病患。他们帮助病人培养、恢复并提升日常生活和工作所需的技能。

从业要求:担任职业治疗师须有硕士学位。

时薪:38.61美元

5.注册护士

工作职责:除了提供医护服务并配合看护病人,注册护士还要向病人及家属提供建议,给予情感方面的支持。

从业要求:具有学士学位即可。

时薪:36.94美元

6.洁牙师

工作职责:洁牙师的工作是清洁牙齿,并检查病人口腔有无患病迹象。

从业要求:入行需要大专文凭。

时薪:33.19美元

7.医疗与临床实验室技术员

工作职责:收集样本,操作实验,分析体液、组织和其他人体的物质。

从业要求:通常需要学士学位。

时薪:34.84美元

8.医疗超声波检验师

工作职责:医疗超声波检验师要生成超声波图像,或者进行测试,帮助外科医生判断分析病情。

从业要求:一般需要大专学历,但很多单位还要求具备相关的专业证书。

时薪:31.73美元

9.管理分析师

工作职责:管理分析师有时是指管理顾问,负责提供咨询意见提高公司效率,建议管理者通过削减成本和增加收入提升公司的盈利能力。

从业要求:除了学士学位,从业者通常要有几年工作经验。获得管理咨询师认证可能会让职业道路走得更顺。

时薪:29.71美元

10.呼吸治疗师

工作职责:呼气、吸气……这可能是呼吸治疗师最常说的。因为你的工作就是护理呼吸有困难的病人。

从业要求:入行通常需要有大专学历,其实有些从业者有学士学位。

时薪:29.35美元

11.理疗助理

工作职责:在理疗师的指导下,理疗助理帮助受伤或患病的病人逐渐恢复行走能力,同时管理止疼药物服用。

从业要求:做理疗助理只需要有大专学历。

时薪:26.75美元

12.营养学家

工作职责:作为食品与营养方面的专家,你要向人们提供饮食方面的建议,最终目标是健康的生活方式,或者达到健康相关的目标。

从业要求:除了学士学位,做营养学家还要实习。

时薪:26.56美元

13.放射技师

工作职责:放射技师有时简称为放射师,工作是为病人提供诊断性影像检查,比如照X光。

从业要求:大专学历即可。

时薪:25.65美元

14.图书管理员

工作职责:你热爱阅读,或者有强烈的求知欲?当图书管理员应该适合你。工作内容包括帮别人查找信息,以及做研究。

从业要求:做图书管理员需要硕士学位。

时薪:23.26美元

15.从事成人基础教育和中等教育的老师

工作职责:晚上有空闲吗?也许你可以去成人夜校教基础教育和中等教育课程。其他类型的老师差不多,你一样要制定并执行教学计划,经常考试,然后给学生打分。

从业要求:除了学士学位,还需要有一定的教学经验。

时薪: 23.01美元

16.职业操作护士

工作职责:在注册护士指导下,职业操作护士负责护理患者、伤者或者正在康复的病人。

从业要求:大专学历没有学位就可以。

时薪: 22.60美元

17.精神疾病患者和上瘾物质滥用者的社工

工作职责:这类社工要诊断治疗有精神、情感或者滥用药物问题的病人,组织个人和集体治疗、危机干预、案例管理之类活动,并且为客户提供咨询,协助预防和相关教育。

从业要求:学士学位即可。

时薪: 22.37美元

18.保险经纪人

工作职责:顾名思义,保险经纪人要向客户推销各类保险产品,有时要出差走访客户。

从业要求:做这种工作要有高中学历,或者获得等同高中文凭的学历证明GED。此外,刚入行的时候还得接受一些培训。

时薪: 20.96美元

19.行政秘书

工作职责:作为高管的助手,你要做一些文书方面的工作,比如查找联系人、接待访客、安排电话会议和面对面会谈、回应一些咨询,以及制作费用相关的报告等等。

从业要求:高中或同等学历就可以做秘书。但要当高管秘书至少要有五年左右的工作经验。

薪水:20.15美元

(财富中文网)

译者:Pessy

审稿:夏林

The phrase “high-paying part-time jobs” may sound like a bit of an oxymoron, but believe it or not, the two go together better than you think. Sort of like peanut butter and Oreos, except we’re talking jobs with low hours (20 hours a week or less) and high pay (as much as $50,000, but no less than $20,000 a year), which, in our biased opinion, is way better.

In all seriousness, though, you really don’t have to work crazy hours to make good money. According to recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are quite a few part-time jobs that have high hourly wages. In fact, some of the top part-time jobs earn a full-time salary, paying more than $40,000 a year, while several don’t even require a college education.

Check out the list below to see if you have the time to work a part-time job.

Nurse practitioner

What you’d do: As an advanced nurse, you would coordinate patient care, with the option to provide primary or specialty health-care services.

What you’d need: A master’s degree is required for one of the highest nursing roles you could acquire.

What you’d make: $47.71 per hour

Speech-language pathologist

What you’d do: Sometimes called speech therapists, this job includes assessing, diagnosing, treating, and helping to prevent communication and swallowing disorders in patients.

What you’d need: You’ll need an advanced degree to gain entry to this job.

What you’d make: $41.11 per hour

Psychologist

What you’d do: As either a clinical, counseling, or school psychologist, you would diagnose and treat mental disorders, learning disabilities, and other problems through therapy sessions as well as design and implement behavior modification programs.

What you’d need: A doctoral or professional degree in addition to completing a residency is the path you’ll take to become a psychologist.

What you’d make: $39.50 per hour

Occupational therapist

What you’d do: In treating injured, ill, or disabled patients through the therapeutic use of everyday activities, occupational therapists help patients develop, recover, and improve the skills needed for daily living and working.

What you’d need: You must hold a master’s degree to be an occupational therapist.

What you’d make: $38.61 per hour

Registered nurse

What you’d do: In addition to providing and coordinating patient care, RNs also offer advice and emotional support to patients and their loved ones.

What you’d need: A bachelor’s degree will suffice.

What you’d make: $36.94 per hour

Dental hygienist

What you’d do: Cleaning teeth and examining patients for signs of oral disease are all part of a dental hygienist’s job.

What you’d need: An associate degree is needed for entry into this position.

What you’d make: $33.19 per hour

Medical and clinical laboratory technologist

What you’d do: In this role, you would collect samples and perform tests to analyze body fluids, tissue, and other substances.

What you’d need: Typically, a bachelor’s degree is required for this position.

What you’d make: $34.84 per hour

Diagnostic medical sonographer

What you’d do: Creating images or conducting tests to help physicians assess and diagnose medical conditions are all part of the job as a diagnostic medical sonographer.

What you’d need: An associate degree is the baseline, but many employers also require professional certification.

What you’d make: $31.73 per hour

Management analyst

What you’d do: Sometimes referred to as management consultants, management analysts propose ways to improve an organizations’ efficiency, advising managers on how to make their company more profitable through reduced costs and increased revenues.

What you’d need: A bachelor’s degree plus a few years of experience is generally required. The Certified Management Consultant designation may improve your job prospects.

What you’d make: $29.71 per hour

Respiratory therapist

What you’d do: Breathe in; breathe out. You’ll probably be saying that a lot as a respiratory therapist, as your job is to care for patients who have trouble breathing.

What you’d need: Obtaining an associate degree is the typical route to getting this job, but some do have bachelor’s degrees.

What you’d make: $29.35 per hour

Physical therapist assistant

What you’d do: Working under the supervision of physical therapists, PTAs help patients who are recovering from injuries and illnesses regain movement and manage pain.

What you’d need: All you need is an associate degree to be a physical therapist assistant.

What you’d make: $26.75 per hour

Dietitian and nutritionist

What you’d do: As an expert in food and nutrition, you would advise people on what to eat in order to lead a healthy lifestyle or achieve a health-related goal.

What you’d need: In addition to your bachelor’s degree, you’ll also need to complete an internship.

What you’d make: $26.56 per hour

Radiologic technologist

What you’d do: Also known as radiographers, you would perform diagnostic imaging examinations, like X-rays, on patients.

What you’d need: An associate degree is sufficient for this job.

What you’d make: $25.65 per hour

Librarian

What you’d do: Love to read or have a passion for knowledge? Then a job as a librarian, helping people find information and conduct research, is for you.

What you’d need: A master’s degree is required for this role.

What you’d make: $23.26 per hour

Adult basic and secondary education teacher

What you’d do: Have some free time at night? You could teach basic and secondary education to adults at night classes. Job duties are similar to that of any teacher, where you create and carry out lesson plans and test and grade the work of your students.

What you’d need: A bachelor’s degree in addition to experience student teaching will gain you access to this job.

What you’d make: $23.01 per hour

Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurse

What you’d do: Working under the supervision of a registered nurse, LPNs and LVNs care for ill, injured, or recovering patients.

What you’d need: Holding a non-degree award from a postsecondary program will suffice.

What you’d make: $22.60 per hour

Mental health and substance abuse social worker

What you’d do: These social workers assess and treat people with mental, emotional, or substance abuse problems; heading activities like individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, case management, and client advocacy, prevention, and education.

What you’d need: All you need is a bachelor’s degree to be a social worker.

What you’d make: $22.37 per hour

Insurance sales agent

What you’d do: As the job title suggests, insurance sales agents sell various types of insurance to customers, sometimes traveling to meet with clients.

What you’d need: A high school diploma or GED is all you’ll need to score this job, but expect some on-the-job training when you start.

What you’d make: $20.96 per hour

Executive secretary

What you’d do: As an assistant to an executive, you would perform clerical functions like preparing correspondence, greeting visitors, arranging conference calls and meetings, handle information requests, and prepare expense reports.

What you’d need: You just need a high school diploma or equivalent to be a secretary, but you’ll need to work your way up, with five years of experience or so, to become an executive secretary.

What you’d make: $20.15 per hour

我来点评

最新文章:

500强情报中心

财富专栏