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Job searching,

Post by lamoni1719 » Sat Sep 16, 2017 2:19 pm

Do many of you know what comes after graduating school, mariage, house, and kids? Debt builds either from school or necessity. That's why I need some help finding a second job, unless any of you have something to offer. Any would be appreciated.

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Re: Job searching,

Post by fatman » Mon May 14, 2018 5:28 pm

I teach aqua aerobics classes three nights a week, it's good for an extra $120 a month and free pool membership plus it's my workout too!

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Re: Job searching,

Post by rozelle » Wed May 16, 2018 4:25 pm

I am in the same situation as you. I thought about asking for help here too but you know I think that’s kind of pointless. Because the only person that knows what you can or can’t do is yourself. You know your skills better than anyone here. So what I’m gonna do is just give you some websites where you can find jobs. These are the website I have personally used:

Indeed, LinkedIn, zip recruiter, lensa, ladders.

LinkedIn is especially good for reaching out to the recruiters themselves. It’s hard to get the attention of the recruiter in the sea of job seekers. With LinkedIn you can send them a message to check out your resume.

If you have a unique skill you can probably sell your service or product on this website called Fiverr. Check them out if you have time.

And if you are broke and in need of quick cash you can always cam. I don’t personally recommend this as you might regret it in the future (your pic and video will be posted and reposted online) but if you are desperate this does the trick. I don’t have experience with this kind of industry but I know one website that pays you for camming it’s called chaturbate.

Hope this helps. Good luck to the both of us.

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Re: Job searching,

Post by timinauckland » Wed May 16, 2018 9:58 pm

Training yourself up to get a higher paid job is probably more effective

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