11 Part-Time Jobs With Fabulous Perks

Part-Time Job"Under-employment" is a term that, compared to "unemployment," more fully captures the lack of job opportunities.

The under-employed includes the unemployed as well as those employed part-time but wanting full-time work.

According to a recent poll, under-employment is currently at 18.1%. That's down from 18.3% the month prior, and 19% a year ago. While these numbers are still high, there are opportunities to work part-time. You won't make as much money as you would with a full-time job, but with many part-time positions, you’ll not only earn a salary but also score some great perks.

We’ve put together a list of 11 big-name companies that provide big benefits to its part-time workers. Whether it’s free merchandise, health insurance benefits or tuition aid, these employers certainly make it worth your while to work, even if you’re only putting in 20 hours a week.

Do you work part-time? Know of any other companies that provide cool perks? Share them in the comments below.

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  • Jane

    The question I would have is how much more does it cost part-time employees for medical/dental/vision vs. full-time employees?  Every place that I have ever worked that offers these benefits to part-timers charge a lot more to part-timers than full-timers.

  • http://www.amynievera.com/ Amy Nievera

    For Starbucks, it’s a free pound of coffee or a box of Tazo tea. :)

  • lxybelle

    Barnes and Noble announced over 2 years ago that they would stop all part-time benefits effective Jan 2014. In February of this year, they cut all part-time employees’ hours as to not run up against the Affordable Care Act mandate. Take them off your list.

  • Cindy

    I have been a seasonal employee at Costco for 5 weeks. I don’t know if I want to get to the benefit part!