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11-30-2012 11:05 AM
Lilie
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Originally Posted by Stevenzachsmom View Post
I know this is a very difficult time for you. Obviously, you would prefer to have a permanent full time job. My daughter also returned home earlier this year. She had gone through some bad stuff, but is now back in school and working part time. She picks up any hours she can, doing anything she can. Aside from her "permanent" part time job - she baby sits, pet sits, house sits, and tutors. Most of those odd jobs pay cash and pay well. Money is money and it helps with the bills. Decide if you want to offer any of these services and then advertise. My daughter put an ad in one church newsletter and posted once on our community yahoo group. She sometimes gets more work than she can handle.
Best of luck to you.
My neice is working on her masters. She is sharing a place with another person and doesn't have a car note. She doesn't have a job...at all. She tutors, pet sits, house sits and assists professors with term papers. All cash paying jobs. She is making enough to live on. It amazes me.
11-30-2012 10:20 AM
cta you're right. that's kind of the direction im headed in now. i know a permanent job is not going to come over night, so in the meantime i'm probably going to bartend..i know i can make some quick cash doing that.
11-30-2012 10:10 AM
Stevenzachsmom I know this is a very difficult time for you. Obviously, you would prefer to have a permanent full time job. My daughter also returned home earlier this year. She had gone through some bad stuff, but is now back in school and working part time. She picks up any hours she can, doing anything she can. Aside from her "permanent" part time job - she baby sits, pet sits, house sits, and tutors. Most of those odd jobs pay cash and pay well. Money is money and it helps with the bills. Decide if you want to offer any of these services and then advertise. My daughter put an ad in one church newsletter and posted once on our community yahoo group. She sometimes gets more work than she can handle.
Best of luck to you.
11-30-2012 09:54 AM
cta
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Originally Posted by wink-_-wink View Post
Also if your in central jersey you can check for civilian jobs on Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst. They made it a super base some years ago and theres a bunch of civilians working on base. Each branch of the joint base has some sort of school (lakehurst, mcgruire, and dix) some have multiple schools and also the daycare, prek, and youth programs. That would be a great place for you to look if your close (it says central jersey and we are pretty much in the middle here at ft dix).
thanks for the tip..i was on that site yesterday, but i will continue to look for sure.
11-30-2012 09:53 AM
cta
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Originally Posted by doggiedad View Post
keep looking for a job. next time have a job lined
up before leaving your old job and moving. adversity
gives you character.

umm i thought i had a job lined up...i was a transfer through my company to a different center, but they moved somebody else into that spot. that's why this situation stinks because i was not expecting it. thanks for the solid advice tho.
11-29-2012 10:31 PM
wink-_-wink Also if your in central jersey you can check for civilian jobs on Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst. They made it a super base some years ago and theres a bunch of civilians working on base. Each branch of the joint base has some sort of school (lakehurst, mcgruire, and dix) some have multiple schools and also the daycare, prek, and youth programs. That would be a great place for you to look if your close (it says central jersey and we are pretty much in the middle here at ft dix).
11-29-2012 10:25 PM
wink-_-wink Go to USAJOBS.gov This is how the federal Government hires for ALL positions. You can build a resume (and I would do a seperate one for each position you apply for that pertains to that specific job and skills), you can browse all federal agencies and there is a HUGE scope of employment on there everyday! I did nearly the same as you, I got a divorce, left Alabama leaving my job as ex military and correctional officer to start off back home in Jersey. I applied for EVERY prison in the state and was told i didn't qualify (even with experience and veterans preferance.) I applied to the department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons and was hired very quickly! I now make triple my salary from Alabama and can transfer to almost any state in the coutry as long as they have a fed prison. Prison may not be a choice for you but we have teachers, cooks, medical staff, secretaries, acountants, and tons of non custody jobs! I am not saying hey come to the FED BOP but deff give that website a look and see if you can't find something that better suits you! GOOD LUCK!
11-29-2012 10:00 PM
doggiedad keep looking for a job. next time have a job lined
up before leaving your old job and moving. adversity
gives you character.
11-29-2012 06:05 PM
onyx'girl
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Originally Posted by Stevenzachsmom View Post
Could you do private tutoring for a while? Seems good tutors are always in demand.
And they make darn good money!
Wishing you the best cta in your employment search. If you have a bit of cash reserve, see if you can volunteer somewhere you'd like to work....they may find you irreplacable and hire you on.
11-29-2012 05:59 PM
Panthro's mom Good luck! Hang in there, something will come up. Good vibes going your way!


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