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Brain storm - Job ideas

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by alphadog, Jun 25, 2009.


  1. alphadog

    alphadog PetForums VIP

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    Please help! I know you lot have got fingers in all kinds of pies :D so I thought I'd tap you for a brain storm....

    I'm a dog walker during the day (best job in the world) but sadly it doesn't pay the bills on it's own, so I have to do bar work in the evenings to suppliment my income. However, minimum wage isn't much of a suppliment and I'm constantly knackered after spending all day and all night on my feet.

    Ideally I'd like a flexible work from home job, preferably not self employed, or a better paid type of evening work. Do these jobs exist?! Any ideas?? :)
     
  2. bexy1989

    bexy1989 PetForums VIP

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    i work at co-op and most days just do 3 hours a day :)

    but atm its not really doing me much good so i need to find a new job with full time hours :(
     
  3. Heavenleigh

    Heavenleigh PetForums Senior

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    I could mention a couple of well paid easy jobs but maybe you want to go down the legal route ;)
     
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  4. alphadog

    alphadog PetForums VIP

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    Ha ha ha!! I'm willing to try anything atm, except prostitution - I want to make money, not refund it, ha ha ha!!
     
  5. sequeena

    sequeena PetForums VIP

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    How muc money do you need? Morrisons pay £6 an hour (after training) and most people work evenings from 5-9 or 6-9. Checkouts are paid a little extra I believe because they handle money.

    Hope it helps, good luck in finding a job :)
     
  6. Husky-Owner

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    have you thought about avon or betterware - i don't know what they pay but those hours are fairly flexible i think....maybe you could incorporate that within your dog walks during the day as well - kinda killing 2 birds with one stone??
     
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