Eight New Trends Every Job Seeker Should Know About. 15 Simple Ways to Make Extra Money SmarterSpend.com. Posted in Personal Finance by Kevin | Tags: career, income, job, jobs, make money, money, Work During a recession, where jobs are scarce and unemployment is high, extra money is something most people can look forward to earning.
Besides the conventional jobs, there are many things you can do that can earn some money. Ever since high school, I have been making great money without having a regular job. I have been resourceful, doing research on what kinds of jobs and services are in demand, and doing freestyle work. I currently web design part -time and do some tutoring for most of my money. Here are some easy ways for YOU to make extra cash. Sell things on eBay – You can find lots of valuable things at local garage sales and swap meets. These are the legal and scam free ways to make money that I have thought of. Five Steps to Turn Your Hobby Into a Business. You love making pastries and you do it well.
It’s just a hobby, yet your friends and family always tell you how tasty your treats are. Is it time to quit your day job? Such has been the beginning of many American stories: people with a potentially money-making hobby who decide to convert that interest into a business. In good times, they do it for the love of their hobby, or simply to work at home and call their own shots. In bad times they do it because they’ve been laid off and are forced to turn to something else they know to try to make a living. Either way, it pays to know if you’re a candidate to turn your avocation into your vocation. Step One: Research your idea If you’re entertaining the thought of turning your hobby into a business, step one is finding out if there’s enough of a market to support a business. Search for competition: Check eBay. Step Two: Create a business plan A business plan is the foundation of every business from General Motors to Darlene’s pastries.
Ten Tips for the Shy Job Seeker. In my previous post , I discussed the challenges for shy (or introverted ) people in the job market.
I offered some general advice, but in this post I'd like to highlight ten things you can do (or think about) that might give you the edge in the very situations you prefer to avoid. 1. First, stop apologizing for being who you are. Work with it-- find your strengths and get to know them so well that they are all you think of when you are in the interview. You may never be comfortable in certain settings-- but you can learn to function well in them, and then you can go home where you are comfortable. 2. So after an interview, networking event, or any other extraverted activity don't be too hard on yourself. 3. At the same time, it's OK to mention that you tend to have an understated style -- in fact that can be a great response to the typical "what is your weakness?
Resumes. Career Change. Top 10 Tools for Landing a Better Job. SExpand From the first Google search to the last interview, you can boost your odds at landing a better job with the right preparation.
Here are our ten best tools and tips for job-seekers and career climbers.P Photo by lewis chaplin.P 10. Cover all the search sitesP It's not exactly a "hack" to suggest hitting Monster.com, or your LinkedIn network, to check out job offerings and work your connections. 9. The same types of skills and always-there alertness that make someone a Craigslist power user can give them the edge on the site's job board, which has the benefit of (sometimes, not always) attracting relatively tech-savvy, with-it employers. 8.
There are a host of salary-obsessed sites that use a combination of math and insider info to compute what workers with certain skills and experience levels can expect in different cities and corporate firms. 7. 6. 5. Unless your interviewer is Mark Zuckerberg, your newest sandals and fleece just ain't gonna cut it.