The Fastest Growing Temp Jobs of 2015

Almost three million people work in temp jobs. Would you? Temp jobs used to be popular only for employees who were laid off or between jobs, but many people currently use temp jobs as a way to explore career options, make connections in a variety of industries or enjoy a flexible work environment.

If you're interested in a temp job, you'll be glad to hear that their availability is on the rise. According to a recent CareerBuilder report, over 350,000 new temp jobs are expected to open by 2019. Learn more about the fastest growing temp jobs in the country as you consider using one to meet your personal and professional needs. 

1. Home health aides earn an average wage of $10.12 an hour, and temp jobs for employees in this career field will increase by 15 percent by 2019. 

2. Substitute teachers earn $13.00 an hour. This job ties with five other jobs that are expected to grow by 14 percent through 2019. 

3. Demonstrators and product promoters earn $12.26.

4. Restaurant cooks receive an average of $10.73 per hour.

5. Retail salespersons bring home an average hourly pay of $10.13.

6. Childcare workers earn an average of $9.81 an hour.

7. Gaming dealers earn $9.22 for one hour of work. 

8. Pharmacy technicians earn $14.47 an hour and are employed in one of four industries that are expected to grow by 13 percent by 2019. 

9. Landscapers and groundskeepers earn $11.73.

10. Taxi drivers and chauffeurs make $11.28 on average per hour.

11. Maids and housekeepers receive an average hourly wage of $10.07.

Which one of these temp jobs would you like? While they offer flexibility and teach you new skills, they usually don't include insurance coverage. Talk to your insurance agent about affordable health and life insurance policies. With these basics covered, you're free to work one, two or several jobs in the fastest growing temp job industries as you expand your resume, build your network and support yourself and your family. 

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