Looking for a seasonal, weekend or an evening job to supplement your income? Careerlink has put together a guide to good paying part-time jobs in the Omaha and Lincoln area.
“Having a part-time job allows for me to live a more comfortable lifestyle and helps me save more for my future,” says Leah Trasher, co-founder of Omaha.dog and cocktail server at Mr. Toad’s Pub in Omaha’s Old Market.
Since many people look for part-time work to help pay the bills (or make the holidays merry), making more than the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour is ideal. We’ve gathered a list of part-time jobs in Omaha and Lincoln that don’t require specialized training, offer flexible schedules and pay above minimum wage.