How to find hairdressing Saturday jobs

It's no surprise that hair salons are usually busiest on Saturdays. Therefore many take on part time staff at weekends to help cover the busy periods.

If you're interested in hairdressing Saturday jobs, there are a number of ways to do it...

If you have no experience as a hairdresser, you could find jobs shampooing, sweeping the floor and managing the cash register or appointment book. Here are a few ways to find a job...

  • Check online. Large job search websites (like Total Jobs, Job is Job, Monster and Reed) and free ad sites (like Gumtree) are good sources for employment news and job adverts.
  • Call into your local salon and ask about the possibility of a part time vacancy. Bring along a copy of your CV and write a good cover letter in case you don't get speaking to a manager. Try to call in at a quiet time when there's more chance that someone will be free to speak to you.
  • Keep an eye on the classifieds section of your local newspaper. This is a popular way for employers to advertise part time or casual positions.
  • Use any contacts you may have in the industry. Ask them to keep an ear out for possible opportunities.

If you are a qualified hairdresser, you can use all the methods above. In addition, you could also consider going freelance and advertising your Saturday services to local media. Once you build up a good portfolio of clients, you can work as much or as little as you like.


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