A record number of public sector workers are turning to part time work to battle the effects of the recent pay freeze, according to catalogue firm Kleeneze.
Kleeneze have reported a 200% per cent increase in enquires from teachers, council workers and medical practitioners who are looking to explore other work opportunities in order to make some much needed extra income.
Jamie Stewart, managing director of Kleeneze, said: “We’ve seen a massive increase in enquiries from those in the public sector that are struggling to maintain their income and want to make extra money in their spare time.
“We’ve also been able to help those who’ve been made redundant from their public sector jobs and are looking for full time work. We provide our distributors with the chance to work as little or as much as they like, and the earning potential is vast for those who are dedicated to the business.”
A primary school teacher for eight years who has started a Kleeneze business said: “When I found out about the pay freeze for public sector workers, I became concerned and decided to look into ways of making some extra money. I thought working with them would be a great opportunity to combat my loss of earnings.”