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I recently graduated from a university in new-jersey and moved to MD, I had a job as a tutor and would have liked to continue however I'm starting grad school in new-jersey in the fall and needed to move here as soon as possible so I could claim residency sooner. I've applied to over 40 places now over the past month and a half, mostly cashier positions or 'sales associates' (we all know that really means cashier), teller jobs, and food industry positions in the Baltimore area but have not gotten a single call back. I'm running out of options, I can't apply for unemployment in new-jersey and they wouldn't give me money anyway because of how little I made while attending college. I wanted to try to sell my plasma however I'm 40 lbs under the weight limit and they won't let me, I also tried selling my eggs but most people want blonde/blue eyed people who went to Harvard and I am definitely Not that. Am I too over qualified for these cashier positions? I would lie about having a degree if that would get me a job, at this point I can't afford rent or food, and instead they hire teenagers who don't have bills to pay like me. I wanted to apply as a substitute teacher but getting fingerprints done costs $75 and if I can't even afford food how am I supposed to pay for that??? I even applied to companies notorious for hiring stoners like blockbuster where I would be THE BEST that they could ever hire and yet nothing. I just want food I don't care if I only get paid 6 an hr that's enough to feed me!!!
First of all, I wish you luck--my daughter is in college and I know how hard it is to try to cover your living expenses and find a job that allows you to have decent time for study and sleep and not clash with your school schedule. Please be wary of internet scams when looking for ways to earn money. You probably already know what I mean or will soon learn. Just be careful of any "newspaper" stories about successful business ventures. I was ready to sign up for one because I saw a newspaper article about someone who did well with a certain business venture until I realized that it was for my area and there isn't a newspaper by that name in my area. I googled it and found out that it is a scam that charges your credit card a ridiculous amount each month. Go to the library and look at a book called "101 Businesses that you can start with less than a thousand dollars for students" by Heather L Shepherd. Don't let the thousand dollars scare you off. There will be lots of ideas that you could do without any investment other than maybe some flyers or handwritten notices. You can pick one or two or more depending upon what you see that interests you. That way you can work as you need to and when you have time. You could offer to tutor kids of any age. You could offer to type up papers or business proposals. Check with Drs offices, dentists, chiropractors, other small offices to see if they could use your services. You can make up some business cards with computer blanks from the office supply store or go to Vistaprint.com. You could offer to do a personal shopping/errand service. I once made $15 or $20 an hour to run errands for people, typing letters for them, watering their plants or "visiting" their pets. Sometimes they wanted the animals walked or fed, and sometimes they just wanted them to have company while they were at work or on vacation. I didn't even put out flyers--I mentioned it to someone who mentioned it to her church ladies and club ladies. Some of the people were elderly (put up a notice at senior citizens centers) and couldn't get out but several were working men or women who didn't want to run the mundane errands like grocery shopping, gift shopping, shopping for office supplies, pet food, etc.; or they needed their laundry taken to the dry-cleaners or picked up; letters or packages mailed, etc. For marketing you can post to Craig's List, put notices on bulletin boards, send letters to churches, day care centers, doctor or dentist offices, beauty shops, womens clubs, coffee places (they often have bulletin boards), etc. Check with bridal consultants and bridal shops to offer your services to address invitations, etc. Check with caterers who might need extra people for events. I hope these ideas are useful or at least spark some other ideas for you. Please check the book for other ideas. And keep applying at restaurants--tips are excellent and you get to eat! And meet interesting people who might want to use your services for whatever you decide to do. If you need money for fingerprints or something consider if you have any relatives, friends or former teachers or business associates who might be willing to make you a one-time loan. When you don't have it, it seems like an awful lot but to someone who knows you and believes in you it really isn't and you can pay them back when you get the job. Good luck to you!!!
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