Following recent reports that an increasing number of people are taking on part-time work to earn extra income, catalogue company Kleeneze has identified a rise in the number of applications from those struggling to find more traditional full-time jobs.
According to the Office of National Statistics, the UK is enjoying the largest rise in employment in 20 years between April and June this year as the number of part-time workers lifted by 115,000 to a record 7.84 million.
Jamie Stewart, managing director of Kleeneze, says: “With many people struggling to find full-time work in their chosen field, we’ve seen a significant increase in applications from those wishing to work with Kleeneze on a part-time basis to earn extra money.
“Working with Kleeneze allows distributors to build their own hours, working as little or as much as they like to generate some vital extra income. This makes it ideal for people who want to make some money while they look for a more permanent job role, and also for those feel let down by the current job market and want to explore Kleeneze as a full-time opportunity.
“Anyone who would like to find out more should get in touch to discover how the Kleeneze solution could work for them.”