Last Updated on August 14, 2019 by admin

Financial consultants are more than just professionals who help clients make the most out of their money. To be specific, these people work with clients to come up with financial plans for savings, retirement, investments, and insurance. They exist to open opportunities for people who want to have a better future.

The basic requirements for being a financial consultant are knowledge and degree/s in the areas of finance. On top of that, they are required to pass the country’s pre-licensure exams. A bachelor’s degree is required for this career, specifically in finance, accounting, math, economics, business, statistics, and similar fields. If you have a higher degree, a solid track record, and a set of experiences, you can easily climb the financial industry ladder and settle on a higher position.

This field offers a lot of full-time opportunities, but it also provides a wide range of career opportunities for Filipino financial consultants looking for sidelines and other jobs with the same nature. Here are some of the best part-time jobs you can get online and offline:

Part-Time Financial Advisor

The estimated monthly income of full-time and part-time financial advisors can go between 20,000 to 50,000 pesos. The salary and payout still depend on the number of clients per month, so full-time and part-time financial advisors fall under the same range. Part-time financial advisors are expected to acquire new individual and corporate clients, promote and market financial solutions, perform presentation calls, assist clients in selecting investment opportunities, and maintain long-term relationships with current clients.

If you want a part-time job as a financial advisor, you can work in the comfort of your own home—provided that you’ll visit your company’s office when necessary. On top of your salary and commission, some companies offer numerous benefits like paid international travel incentives, quarterly or annual bonuses, and increased compensation.

Freelance / Independent Insurance Agent

Freelance or independent insurance agents have been around since the 80s. These people can sell almost all types of insurance known to man—health, life, home, car, property, or fire. Further, they have connections from multiple insurance companies.

Independent insurance agents own their time, name, and position. So, if you’re planning to be one, expect to have flexible working hours and stock options. You can market yourself and build your profile on online marketplaces like Rakuboss.com to land multiple clients and insurance companies.

The average commission insurance agents earn ranges from 10,000 to 30,000 pesos a month. An insurance agent’s monthly salary is based on the company’s commission rate, number of clients, and type of insurance.

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Part-Time Teacher or Lecturer

You can look for online or on-site jobs that center around teaching. Use your degrees and experiences as a financial consultant to expand your career and help students reach their goals. There are educational institutions in the Philippines and other parts of the world that offer part-time and home-based teaching jobs for business and finance graduates. If you have a master’s degree, you can even look for vacancies at top universities and institutions offering higher education. As a part-time teacher, you can earn as much as 30,000 pesos a month.