GUIDE TO SECURING PART TIME JOBS THAT FIT YOUR SCHEDULE
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ABOUT THE BOOK Finding a part-time job to fit your schedule can be a challenge at the best of times, but when you are trawling through the job market during a post-recession era, it becomes much more difficult. You find yourself suddenly pitted against thousands of candidates who all search for the same flexibility, and as a result, you need to make yourself stand out from the crowd. Whether you are a busy parent, a student, or someone who is looking for additional income, all hope is not lost when it comes to finding a part-time job. Most people fail to find part-time jobs because they do not think outside the box. Another common issue is a lack of persistence; finding part-time work is hardly ever easy, so it is necessary to try harder than you would with full-time jobs. By focusing on how you can make the most of your skills, and getting back up each time you are knocked down, you will place yourself on the path to success. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK 2. Consider working in a restaurant or bar. One of the best sources for part-time work that can fit around schedule is a restaurant or bar. If you are over the age of 21 and able to serve alcohol, you should begin applying for bar jobs. As bars operate on a later basis than most other businesses, they are ideal for those who have daytime commitments. 3. Work from home. If working outside of the home doesn't strike your fancy, and a restaurant or bar job is still not flexible enough, you should consider working from home. The internet may be full of scams that are prepared to rip off hard working people, but if you scratch beneath the surface, it is possible to find a work-from-home opportunity that can act as a great resource of flexible part time work. Jobs where you can operate from home usually require more thinking outside the box than other positions, so think hard about the options that you can explore... Buy a copy to keep reading!