9-5 can be somewhat stressful in today’s rat race. However, plenty of comfortable jobs will make you feel like you’re actually retired. Here are just a few of them, according to GoBankingRates.com.
For those with a travel bug, this job will allow you to make money by exploring the world. Freelancers can set their own hours and write as little or as much as they please.
Lots of people need help with their furry friends, especially if they haven’t been home all day. Walking the dog can earn you $20 to $30 per 30 minutes, and sometimes as much as $60 an hour. Plus, you can spend some time outside!
Freelance web developer
If you have computer skills, this job can save you a decent amount of money. Some companies may look for freelance translators or contractors to build their websites. This position can be remote and pays approximately $37.65 an hour.
There are many writers who need an extra set of eyes to look through their manuscripts. Publishers often hire readers to review books, so they can decide if a project is worth pursuing.
Salon or spa receptionist
This position will allow guests and clients to be in a comfortable environment. The reception staff is also responsible for scheduling appointments. Often, you can have a lot of downtime.
Read more about low-pressure jobs at GoBankingRates.com.
CNBC talks about the least stressful jobs in America.
Bucks County Community College, a BUCKSCO sponsor. Today – Career Corner, is a public community college with over 9,500 full- and part-time students.
Centrally located and affordable to people in and around the Bucks County area, the school has three main campuses in Newtown, Bristol, and Perkasie, allowing students to attend all over the region.
For those just beginning their paths to higher education, or returning to school after a long absence, Bucks County Community College offers more than 90 academic programs in seven academic divisions.
The school’s 43 associate degree programs prepare students to pursue a career or bachelor’s degree upon graduation.
Learn more about Bucks County Community College here.