im looking for ideas of part-time jobs to look for. I've spent several hours this afternoon looking and it's pretty overwhelming. I work in a highly specialized field that is very stressful.
I was hoping to find a no-brainer, part-time job. i already work about 60 hours a week, but if I could just make a little extra money it would help.
It seems all the job sites lead to non-legit time jobs. I'm considering applying at Target, or as a sever at a restaurant, tips would be good??
I haven't had to look for a job of this type since college. I also am not sure what to put on an application as my field of work isn't related to any of these types of jobs.
I also would like evening to late night hours and weekends. UPS hours would be perfect 330am to 11am, but that job isn't for me, too much physical demands. I also would like to not be on my feet the whole time.
Surely there's SOMETHING out there.
I was thinking a call center would be good, I did that in college, one was telemarketing, another was collections for Sallie Mae. It seems I knew of what type of jobs to look for in college now, I'm clueless.
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