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Help! It's hard trying to budget, when you can't make ends meet. anyone out there know of any part time jobs?

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    unique
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    Help!



    It's hard trying to budget, when you can't make ends meet.

    anyone out there know of any part time jobs?








  2. #2
    hester.bryant70
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "unique" <anglejohnson@...> wrote:

    >

    > Help!

    >

    > It's hard trying to budget, when you can't make ends meet.

    > anyone out there know of any part time jobs?

    >

    You can always try the local fast food places. It may not be where youw

    want to work but it gets the money flowing into the house where you can

    budget.








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    hester.bryant70
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "hester.bryant70"

    <hester.bryant70@...> wrote:

    >Is Your Home Full of Hidden Cash?

    Tory Johnson's Tips to Sell Your "Junk" on EBay and Other Web Sites

    By TORY JOHNSON

    June 6, 2008



    RSS I spend a lot of time helping people to make money from home, but

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    found that the average household has 52 unused items originally worth

    $3,100.



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    viewers to let us know if they needed my help in identifying and

    selling those items to make money to cover rising gas and food

    prices. More than 1,000 e-mails poured in!



    I had a week to work with one couple in Yonkers, N.Y., who had never

    sold anything online or from out of their home. In that short time we

    uncovered more than $10,000 worth of stuff.



    They were the first to admit that if they could do it, anyone can!

    One person's junk is another's treasure and you could be sitting on

    plenty of gems at home.



    Assess your possessions. Walk from room to room and ask yourself if

    it's more important to hang on to things or to part with them to make

    some money. Go through each room several times to identify what

    you're willing to sell. If you haven't used it, looked at it or

    thought about it in a very long time, that item could be a candidate

    for sale.



    If you're hesitant to part ways, consider it financially rewarding

    recycling. You're going to give someone else the pleasure of using

    the item you no longer way. And of course just think of the cash

    you'll have to spend on other, more pressing things.



    Related

    Summer Job Ideas for TeensWork When You Want, Where You Want?

    Employers Easing Pinch at the PumpThink Big and Small. Don't shy away

    from large items. Many people mistakenly think you couldn't possibly

    sell a set of chairs or other bulky furniture online. Wrong! Even if

    you don't want to get involved with shipping such items, you can

    indicate that it's for local pick up only.



    Simple things like clothing can be folded into padded envelopes and

    shipped off.





    Set up an eBay account. More than 80 million active users shop on

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    second, according to the company. If you've got lots of stuff to

    sell, you should be exposed to that audience. It takes just minutes

    to set up an account at www.ebay.com. (You should also set up a

    PayPal account since most buyers prefer it and you get your money

    instantly.)



    Get Help. If you don't have a computer or you're just not comfortable

    online, ask a friend to help you sell in exchange for a percentage of

    the sales. Or seek professional help from a trained eBay trading

    assistant. They'll photograph, post, promote, sell and ship your

    wares for a fee.



    And eBay offers extensive online tips and training to help sellers

    get started. Among the selling 101 favorites:



    Invest in Free Education: Watch demo and tutorials in the eBay

    University Learning Center. Decide what to sell, how much to charge

    and how to promote your wares by browsing Completed Listings on the

    site.



























    > --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "unique" <anglejohnson@> wrote:

    > >

    > > Help!

    > >

    > > It's hard trying to budget, when you can't make ends meet.

    > > anyone out there know of any part time jobs?

    > >

    > You can always try the local fast food places. It may not be where

    youw

    > want to work but it gets the money flowing into the house where you

    can

    > budget.

    >










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    Herlean
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    I would recommend typing up your resume and keeping several copies on hand.

    Whenever you are out and about and you see a place advertising "NOW HIRING" or

    "HELP WANTED", take one out of the folder in your car and hand it over. You

    never know who will hire you.



    In this area, the malls are hiring lots of people. Retail is not "ideal", but

    they are always hiring and it's a paycheck. I did it myself for awhile before

    our child was born. I just saw an ad for a company hiring people to deliver

    newspapers, telephone books and those flyers you see on the stands inside of

    grocery store doorways. Again, it's money coming in.



    Are you good with clerical work? Factory work? Go to your local Manpower and

    every other temp agency in your area and ask for work. Factory work pays better

    in our area, it is not dangerous. Not glamorous either. Get a pair of steel

    toed boots, so you can go when they call to offer you a position. Many factories

    want you to have them. Many factories also hire for all shifts (1st, 2nd &

    3rd), so there is some flexibility there.



    Good luck with your search,



    Herlean



    "Never believe you don't have what it takes."










  5. #5
    Herlean
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    Default baltimore md, needs a part time job

    I would recommend typing up your resume and keeping several copies on hand.

    Whenever you are out and about and you see a place advertising "NOW HIRING" or

    "HELP WANTED", take one out of the folder in your car and hand it over. You

    never know who will hire you.



    In this area, the malls are hiring lots of people. Retail is not "ideal", but

    they are always hiring and it's a paycheck. I did it myself for awhile before

    our child was born. I just saw an ad for a company hiring people to deliver

    newspapers, telephone books and those flyers you see on the stands inside of

    grocery store doorways. Again, it's money coming in.



    Are you good with clerical work? Factory work? Go to your local Manpower and

    every other temp agency in your area and ask for work. Factory work pays better

    in our area, it is not dangerous. Not glamorous either. Get a pair of steel

    toed boots, so you can go when they call to offer you a position. Many factories

    want you to have them. Many factories also hire for all shifts (1st, 2nd &

    3rd), so there is some flexibility there.



    Good luck with your search,



    Herlean



    "Never believe you don't have what it takes."












 

 

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