Your Financial Survival May Mean Connecting With a Part-Time Job

If you’re experiencing the consequences of unemployment or underemployment in your household, how are you getting by? Were you prepared?

I know of families who were glad they had extra storage food and provisions set by because it help get them through a down time.

Who doesn’t need a little extra money these days? The problem is the job market isn’t what it used to be. And not everybody can start their own business.

SnagAJob can help you connect with part-time job opportunities. You may not land a lifetime career, but there are still employers who need part-time and hourly employees.

You might not know what kind of job you’re looking for or how to start searching. First, one of the best pieces of advice anyone can give you is to treat your job search like a job.

Spend time every day looking for new jobs near your area. You can do that on Snagajob.

Don’t hesitate to apply to jobs you want, even if you’re afraid of not being qualified. You’d be surprised at how many employers are willing to take a chance on someone who may not have much experience, but is passionate and enthusiastic.

Be willing to work evenings and weekends. This can be a great way to get a foot in the door.

If you’re a college student, it’s not too early to make contacts where you attend school. Or maybe you’re needing work because you’re not able to go back to college. SnagAJob is a resource you need.

SnagAJob says they’re “America’s largest hourly job website, featuring more than 100,000 active job postings in industries including: restaurant, retail, office, homecare, hospitality and more.”

You can search for jobs in your area by typing in your zip code. Registering is free. You can apply to multiple jobs. That way you’re not putting all your eggs in one basket.

SnagAJob encourages you to make your profile as complete as possible to attract employers. Update your profile often. Make sure to check for mistakes.

You get alerts and newsletters by e-mail, too. Their Web site is a resource that includes job seeking advice and other helpful tips.

These days, if we’re wise, we’re scaling down our lifestyles and expectations. Finding a part-time hourly job isn’t glamorous, but when there are bills to pay, you take what you can get.

If you’re in survival mode with your personal economic situation, click the logo for SnagAJob and get connected with a part-time hourly job near you.

 


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Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.