Average pay: $17.69 per hour if you have a bachelor's degree, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Think Robert DeNiro in "The Intern." One of the more unconventional jobs for retirees, landing an internship can benefit you down the road if you have your sights set on a part-time gig that requires skills you don't have.
"Retirees looking for work should consider seeking out volunteer or internship opportunities where they can gain relevant experience in an industry or field that interested them," said Marc Cenedella, founder and CEO of career site Ladders, Inc. "Job seekers in the 60-something age category should be proactive, emphasizing the experience and work ethic that come with age, while demonstrating the flexibility and hunger to succeed that are often attributed more to younger workers."
If you are used to being the boss, one possible disadvantage to this job is you'll have to take orders from younger workers.