Retired from the 9-to-5 but still want to get out and work a little? You're not alone. Many retirees are jumping back into part-time work and having fun doing it. Here, we give you 20 fun ways to find your ideal flex job.

This increased demand for work has led to a growth of more flexible jobs in a variety of fields. If you’re thinking of getting back to work, then there are plenty of exciting and lucrative opportunities just waiting for you to get involved!

Flex jobs encompass a wide range of skills and are a wonderful option for people of all ages. They’re especially well-suited for retirees who are looking for part-time work and who don’t want to put in a full 40-hour work week or be on call day and night.

Are you ready to find your ideal flexible job? Here are twenty tips to get you on your way!

1. Follow Your Interests

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It's no longer about a better life for your children

During their working years, many people spend decades hacking it at in a job they're not passionate about. We all know why: the bills need to be paid, there needs to be food on the table, and the kids’ college education won’t fund itself.

But without these pressures, retirement opens up the doors to a world of new work possibilities. When looking for a flexible job, you can consider what work you'll truly enjoy rather than focusing on how much money you’ll made. Now that you're not working to live, why not live to work? Branch out and find something in a field that you're truly passionate about.

2. Look for Seasonal Work

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Seasonal work allows you to earn some extra income

Whether it's the holiday season or the heart of summer, businesses of all kinds are always looking for seasonal employees. Seasonal work is great because it doesn’t require a year-round commitment; so it gives you more time to learn, travel, and spend time with the people who matter most.

Some seasonal work options that are popular with retired professionals are tax preparation and tutoring high-school and college students on single subjects or preparing them for standardized tests, such as the LSAT, SAT, and the MCAT. Meanwhile, those who prefer a more relaxed atmosphere might enjoy manning farmers market or flower stalls or working at seasonal resorts such as outdoor spas, ski resorts, and cottages.

3. Work With a Non-Profit

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A job with a nonprofit may be just the thing that you have been looking for

If you're looking to do some good in this world, a job with a non-profit may be just the thing for you! You’ll find work in non-profit organizations specializing in childcare, environmental or green causes, or local community organizations that are helping those who are disadvantaged. Some non-profit jobs may include working as a fundraiser, donor relations coordinator, operations assistant, educational exchange coordinator, or managing advocacy and outreach.

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