The first field of work that offers flexible hours for college students is fast food restaurants. Fast food restaurants are one of the best places to work with flexible hours. A lot of fast food restaurants such as McDonald’s, Arby’s, and Wendy’s are willing to let college students’ work something called split shifts. Split shifts allow college students to work in between their classes. For example, college students make up over half of McDonald’s workforce. Most college students work around their schedules in odd shifts or as little as three hours at a time with split shifts. If the college campus is really close to a fast food restaurant then split shift might be the perfect schedule. With a split shift the student can go to class and work their job without working through the night. Also a lot of jobs like this offer free or reduced meals, helping out those college students on a tight budget.
A similar field to fast food restaurants is a server at a sit down restaurant such as Texas Roadhouse, Applebee’s, and El Azul. This is one of the most common and popular jobs for college students, waiting tables usually fits well in most student’s schedule. Having classes during the day and working a few weeknight shifts, or serving breakfast and lunch to save evening hours for school work. Most likely, weekends are when students will be serving, but the weekends are when most of the money is made. Friday and Saturday nights usually bring in the most money for servers because of the number of