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7 Great Side Jobs for Extra Cash

Strapped for cash? Many people are in these trying times. With growing unemployment, salary cuts, and the rising cost of living, plenty of Americans are seeking additional avenues to increase cash flow. Check out these seven hot side jobs that can be done around your 9-to-5 and with skills you may already have.

Even in a recession people don’t skimp on their furry loved ones. Therefore, being a dog walker can be an easy sell, especially for other people who need to work two jobs to make ends meet. The double bonus here is you can get great exercise while racking up extra bucks. You can also walk dogs before or after your full-time job.

Dog walker median salary per hour: $16.29. 
No matter where the economy stands, things still break that must be fixed. When you are good at fixing things, word travels fast. It’s possible to make a small mint fixing cars, installing water heaters, and doing home electrical and plumbing jobs. Consider how much a full-time car mechanic or a plumber charges. Even if you discount your rate, the pay is still good, and customers feel like they got a deal. From painting to fence-building, there are plenty of household jobs many people can’t do or simply don’t want to. 
Handyman median salary per hour: $17.33. 
3. Medical Transcription.
Are you a fast typist with excellent grammar and a medical background? If so, medical transcription may be for you. An added perk is that you can do it from home! This job often calls for at least one year’s experience in a hospital or clinical setting; some ads require transcription experience. Tools you will need for this job likely include high-speed Internet and Microsoft 2000 software. You should also be prepared to take a skills test.
Medical transcriptionist median salary per hour: $13.78.
4. Wills/Medical Power of Attorney.
While planning for the inevitable can be upsetting, it provides a way for attorneys to make extra side income. Lawyers can get up to speed on formulating simple wills and living trusts without too much effort. Completing these documents is something most people agree is essential but have not checked off their ‘to-do’ list. Talk to friends, church members, and neighbors to generate clients. Potential clients are likely working or have other commitments just like you. Therefore, being available outside of business hours makes meeting up more convenient for everyone involved.
Attorney median salary per hour: $55.66.
5. Income Tax Preparer.
Tax season is here so why not cash in? Preparing income taxes is one of the most dreaded have-tos among Americans. There are plenty of people who would be glad to pass off their tax preparations to someone else if for no other reason than the fear of being audited. Donald Cheatham, owner of DC Tax Group, turned his side job into a small side business. He chose this off-hours gig because of the high demand and he enjoys accounting and the extra money. “I work 50 to 60 hours a week on my main job [as an accountant] and another 25 to 35 hours a week for my part-time job during tax season. So it gets a little hard at times and usually sleep is the one thing that I don’t get during tax season, but it is well worth it,” says Cheatham, who started up in 1995 in Chicago. While it helps your credibility if you are a certified public accountant, this certification is not required.
The median salary for an accountant per hour: $18.19; CPA median salary per hour: $26.25.
6. Teach a Hobby.
Whether it is dance, tennis, golf, computer skills, or music, teaching someone how to do something you are good at and love makes working a second job less like, well…work. You can find teacher job ads at recreational centers in your neighborhood or advertise your expertise online and in local publications. With spring in the air, more people will want to get out and try something new or improve their skills.
Dance instructor median salary per hour: $18.58; Music teacher median salary per hour: $21.28.
7. Babysitter. 
This job is convenient, especially if you have kids. After all, you can make money with them right near by. Offer to watch your friends’ and neighbors’ kids so they can take a breather, and they will love you for it. Another option is to help people who work nights. Finding a 24-hour daycare service is difficult to say the least. Caring for several kids on the same night can compound your earnings and get you extra cash more quickly.
Babysitter median salary per hour: $9.00.
Source: All salary data are from PayScale.com.

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Job-Search Refresher: Six Job-Hunting Tips to Help Secure Your Next Job

It seems like just about every time you turn around, some blog, newspaper, radio station, or television show is offering job-seekers “insider” tips for finding a job. But job-hunting is simply not that complicated. In fact, you should be able to easily obtain at least one job offer simply by following the six job-hunting tips in this article. No secrets or insider information — just straightforward expert advice designed to help you find new employment and land your next job.
1. It’s all about your network. Whether you feel you have an extremely small network or are blessed with a large and connected network, the way to your next job is through the people you know. The vast majority of jobs are filled through referrals through people recommending someone they know for a position. The vast majority of jobs are not found through responding to job listings or posting your resume on job boards, but through networking. So, the first step when you are looking for a new job is to tell everyone in your network about the job you are seeking.
Even when not job-hunting, your goal should be to stay in touch with your network while also expanding it by joining professional and community organizations. Another great tool for expanding your network especially for new college grads and graduate students is targeting key professionals within your career field and requesting informational interviews.
Networking is best when done in person, but as you’ll see in the third tip, you can also build and maintain relationships with people online.
2. Knowledge is power, thus researching prospective employers is essential. Make no mistake; the job-seekers with the best success in job-hunting are those who have thoroughly researched prospective employers both from a standpoint of whether the organization’s mission, focus, and culture are a fit, as well as understanding the company its strengths and weaknesses, key needs, and competitive information. Job-seekers can use research throughout the job-search, from an initial search for developing a list of prospective employers to target, to uncovering people in those companies to network with, to succeeding in the job interview.
The job-seeker who can persuasively respond to the why do you want to work here and what do you know about our company questions and who can propose solutions to an underlying problem, demonstrate strategies for increasing revenues, or present ideas for saving the company money is the one who will get the job offer.
3. Use the Web to build your reputation and your network. There’s no question that the Internet has to play a key role in your next job-search, but perhaps not the way you thought. The Web’s power in assisting your successful job-search is not through your spending countless hours on Monster or other unfocused job boards, but through you using the Web to build your reputation and expand your network. All professionals should have a LinkedIn membership, which allows you to develop a page that can function as your online resume and recommendation page, while also providing you with the venue for finding and networking with others in your field (or from your previous jobs and educational institutions). You might also stay active in a social networking site, such as Facebook, but keep your profile clean.
The best strategy for those with even just a bit of Web savvy is to buy your name (or some variation of it) as a domain name and develop a small Website that showcases your talents, skills, education, and accomplishments. You could publish anything from your resume to a full online portfolio of your work.
4. Customize cover letters and resumes to each opportunity. In applying for a position with an organization, submit a customized resume and cover letter that each are tailored to the specific job requirements, utilizing the same keywords the employer uses to describe the opening. Even better, use some of the same words to describe yourself as the employer uses to describe the organization.
If you’ve never written a resume or haven’t in a long time read up on the current trends and styles for developing your resume, while remembering that your resume is a marketing document designed to help you get that job interview. My partner, Katharine Hansen, suggests there are only two real unbreakable rules of resumes: do not lie and have no typos or misspellings.
5. Prepare thoroughly for job interviews. Determine the type of interview and interview questions, develop thorough responses to the questions, and run through a few practice interviews. The best way to uncover the type of interview(s) to expect is simply to ask your contact at the organization. Then find sample interview questions and compose short, but focused responses that include an element of storytelling to help you remember (but not memorize) the responses. Finally, practice interviews give you a chance to receive critical feedback on your performance and make adjustments before the actual interview.
Remember that everything counts in the interview from the impressions you make with the receptionist and support staff to your nonverbal behaviors during the interview to the depth and quality of your interview questions responses.
Find all the tips, tools, sample questions, and more free tools to wow them in your next interview, by using our interviewing resources.
6. Stay proactive and follow up all job leads and after every interview. If any of these tips has the potential to be an insider secret, perhaps its following up, since so few job-seekers seem to understand the concept. The idea behind follow-up is keeping your name in front of the hiring manager — by ensuring she has all the information about you she needs, composing thank-you letters to each person who interviews you, and updating the hiring manager with any new information about your qualifications for the position.
In terms of thank-you notes, the best method is sending an email thank-you shortly after your interviews, followed by a more traditional thank-you (typed or hand-written) sent by postal mail.
Final Thoughts
Finding a good job with an employer that’s a good match for you usually takes a lot of time and effort on your part. If you take job-hunting as seriously as you take your job or schooling putting in the long hours of research and dedication the efforts should result in multiple job leads and at least one new job offer.
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18 Sites for Finding Startup Jobs

Though it may seem like many of the job opportunities in the United States have dried up as of late, you can find a wealth of job postings on the Web that may be right up your alley. From programmers to promotions, there are many startup companies looking to hire just the right people for the positions they have open. These 18 services represent a mixture of well-known mainstream sites and companies that focus on nothing more than listings in the Web 2.0/startup market.

Have you had success using these sites? Tell us more in the comments.

General Job Site Startup Listings
AOL.CareerBuilder.com – The nice thing about the AOL.CareerBuilder.com site is that you have the salary range listed on the summary page as opposed to having to go into each listing.

Jobster.com – While they have a startups section, finding Microsoft intermixed in their thousands of listings makes you think it’s more a general technology area.

Monster.com – One of the longest running online job sites has numerous job listings for startups that you can search by company, date, job title or relevance.

Yahoo Hot Jobs – Yahoo’s job listings includes numerous listings for jobs at startups, most of them seem to be centered on the technical side.

Startup Specific

AsiaWired.com – Looking for startups in Asia? This may be the solution for you.

CoNotes.com – Focusing on nothing but jobs at startups, CoNotes has been around since 2007.

Dice.com – Browse jobs by city or pull up the category that applies to your skill set.

ejob.com – ejob focuses on staffing needs in and around Silicon Valley.

GoBigNetwork.com – A one-stop-shop for startups to form business plans, find funding and locate employees that can fulfill their needs.

HotStartupJobs.com – Aggregates startup listings from a multitude of sites.

Jobs.Mashable.com – Our very own marketplace features categories for listing jobs and looking for them also.

NeoHire.com – Lets you look up jobs by category, add them to your basket as you find ones that interest you and then apply to all of the ones you’ve saved.

nPost.com – Besides offering numerous job listings at startups, they have 225+ interviews with people from some of the companies explaining what they are about and what they are looking for in an employee.

StartupAgents.com – Both startups and potential employees can set up profiles to try to find the perfect match for each other. The service is completely free to potential employees, but will cost employers to contact potential hires.

StartupJobs.biz – A small jobs board with unique listings that you can search by type of job or occupation.

Startuply.com – Covers various industries related to Web 2.0 and startups, lets you also browse by job type.

StartupZone.com – Allows you to search jobs by occupation, location or even what stage of funding they are in.

VentureLoop.com – Provides internship listings for students at certain schools and has job listings you can search by country or occupation.

By Sean P. Aune

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10 New Jobs for Men in 2010

The jobs report may be improving, but we’ve still got a ways to go. So whether you just like drinking Absinthe all day, or tend to hijack your son’s Tonka trucks too often, these creative career ideas could be just right for you.

1. Forensic Accountant:
If men like Bernie Madoff are national villains, then forensic accountants might be considered heroes. Large corporations and the government have increasingly trained regular old accountants for these positions in the wake of Enron; now, graduate programs like the one at the Rutgers Business School are gaining traction. Your job is simple: make sure everything adds up (in a legal sense), and hope you uncover a huge scandal.

2. Mobile Business Entrepreneur:
Every time you turn a city corner (or magazine page), there’s another mention of the Kogi Truck, a dumpling delivery service, or one of the hundreds of food trucks crowding our city streets. But you don’t need a truck. And you don’t even need food. That’s what retailers across the country are realizing: just use the Internet. Make pizza and deliver it from your house; sell neckties on Etsy.com. This job, unlike others, isn’t so specific it just takes the balls to execute that idea you’ve always had. And, hey, no interview.

3. Independent Insurance Salesman:
Looking for a way to make the health care debate make sense for you? Don’t worry about it too much just profit from it. These independent contractors help people who aren’t offered health insurance through work or who can’t afford premium private plans find an option that matches their circumstances. And, as health care becomes mandatory for all Americans, now’s a good time to get certified.

4. Ethical Hacker:
Want your identity stolen? Probably not. And neither does your bank, which is why financial institutions have started finding computer experts the non-criminal type to give their Web sites a workout. The best of the geeks crack the computer systems before the crooks do. So, basically, it’s just like being a real hacker, only with up to a hundred grand instead of the jail time.

5. Bike Lane Engineer:
In cities, especially, biking’s a great way to avoid those subway-car crowds that can be more awkward than a Ben Stiller sex scene. But those lanes zigzagging their way through Chicago, Paris, and New York aren’t coming from the will of the people; they’re carefully orchestrated by these new engineers. The gig sounds simple build lanes where riders won’t get hit but unfortunately for bikers, that’s easier said than done. And as all cities become bike-friendly (which they will), the field will only grow.

6. Algal Field Monitor:

Sure, it doesn’t sound too exciting you would, in fact, be monitoring microscopic, funny-looking, water organisms as they grow but the implications are important: at some point, the country will run out of fossil fuels. We’ll be turning to things like these weird-looking water organisms. Plus, this is your chance to tell women who love the environment that you’re involved in “alternative fuel research.” Sorta.

7. Marijuana Lobbyist:
The right to get high has been a states’ issue for several years now, but as pot reform becomes a larger part of the national debate, these are the people at the forefront of the movement to de-stigmatize the drug. Just like other lobbyists, they glad-hand with politicians and policy wonks about why the drug should be legal, and get involved in fundraising for the cause. Of course, this requires charisma in addition to sketchiness a potential roadblock for your typical burnout.

8. Absinthe Maker:
Even though absinthe finally became legal again in America in 2007, the production of the louche, mysterious, spirit still hasn’t taken hold stateside. There are few stateside distilleries, like St. George Spirits in Alameda, California, where the liquor is produced; most other bottles on the shelves are imported. For a risky entrepreneur, cornering the market is a real opportunity so long as he can keep himself sober enough to execute the plan.

9. Housing Bulldozer Operator:
The field itself isn’t new, but it’s definitely been re-ignited by the country’s housing crunch. And yeah, it’s a bit of a downer no one wants to have to tear down abandoned homes and buildings, really but we’re willing to bet a real bulldozer’s a helluva lot more fun than those Tonka ones.

10. Barter Trade Broker:
Since not everyone has so much cash on hand these days, these brokers work as a middleman between companies who might want to trade goods and services. Say a new wine store needs some fresh paint? This guy will decide how much French red is worth four freshly coated walls. No day’s ever the same, as you can imagine, plus you get to find out what weird shit people are willing to trade. Just like Hoarders, only without the cluttered house.

By Bryan Hood

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10 New Jobs for Men in 2010


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The jobs report may be improving, but we’ve still got a ways to go. So whether you just like drinking Absinthe all day, or tend to hijack your son’s Tonka trucks too often, these creative career ideas could be just right for you.

1. Forensic Accountant:

If men like Bernie Madoff are national villains, then forensic accountants might be considered heroes. Large corporations and the government have increasingly trained regular old accountants for these positions in the wake of Enron; now, graduate programs like the one at the Rutgers Business School are gaining traction. Your job is simple: make sure everything adds up (in a legal sense), and hope you uncover a huge scandal.

2. Mobile Business Entrepreneur:

Every time you turn a city corner (or magazine page), there’s another mention of the Kogi Truck, a dumpling delivery service, or one of the hundreds of food trucks crowding our city streets. But you don’t need a truck. And you don’t even need food. That’s what retailers across the country are realizing: just use the Internet. Make pizza and deliver it from your house; sell neckties on Etsy.com. This job, unlike others, isn’t so specific it just takes the balls to execute that idea you’ve always had. And, hey, no interview.


3.
Independent Insurance Salesman:

Looking for a way to make the health care debate make sense for you? Don’t worry about it too much just profit from it. These independent contractors help people who aren’t offered health insurance through work or who can’t afford premium private plans find an option that matches their circumstances. And, as health care becomes mandatory for all Americans, now’s a good time to get certified.


4.
Ethical Hacker:

Want your identity stolen? Probably not. And neither does your bank, which is why financial institutions have started finding computer experts the non-criminal type to give their Web sites a workout. The best of the geeks crack the computer systems before the crooks do. So, basically, it’s just like being a real hacker, only with up to a hundred grand instead of the jail time.


5. Bike Lane Engineer:

In cities, especially, biking’s a great way to avoid those subway-car crowds that can be more awkward than a Ben Stiller sex scene. But those lanes zigzagging their way through Chicago, Paris, and New York aren’t coming from the will of the people; they’re carefully orchestrated by these new engineers. The gig sounds simple  build lanes where riders won’t get hit but unfortunately for bikers, that’s easier said than done. And as all cities become bike-friendly (which they will), the field will only grow.


6.
Algal Field Monitor:

Sure, it doesn’t sound too exciting you would, in fact, be monitoring microscopic, funny-looking, water organisms as they grow but the implications are important: at some point, the country will run out of fossil fuels. We’ll be turning to things like these weird-looking water organisms. Plus, this is your chance to tell women who love the environment that you’re involved in “alternative fuel research.” Sorta.


7.
Marijuana Lobbyist:

The right to get high has been a states’ issue for several years now, but as pot reform becomes a larger part of the national debate, these are the people at the forefront of the movement to de-stigmatize the drug. Just like other lobbyists, they glad-hand with politicians and policy wonks about why the drug should be legal, and get involved in fundraising for the cause. Of course, this requires charisma in addition to sketchiness a potential roadblock for your typical burnout.


8.
Marijuana Lobbyist:

The right to get high has been a states’ issue for several years now, but as pot reform becomes a larger part of the national debate, these are the people at the forefront of the movement to de-stigmatize the drug. Just like other lobbyists, they glad-hand with politicians and policy wonks about why the drug should be legal, and get involved in fundraising for the cause. Of course, this requires charisma in addition to sketchiness a potential roadblock for your typical burnout.

9. Housing Bulldozer Operator:

The field itself isn’t new, but it’s definitely been re-ignited by the country’s housing crunch. And yeah, it’s a bit of a downer no one wants to have to tear down abandoned homes and buildings, really but we’re willing to bet a real bulldozer’s a helluva lot more fun than those Tonka ones.


10.
Barter Trade Broker:

Since not everyone has so much cash on hand these days, these brokers work as a middleman between companies who might want to trade goods and services. Say a new wine store needs some fresh paint? This guy will decide how much French red is worth four freshly coated walls. No day’s ever the same, as you can imagine, plus you get to find out what weird shit people are willing to trade. Just like Hoarders, only without the cluttered house.

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Your Boss is Paying You an Extra $8 per Hour

Maybe it’s time to stop complaining and give your boss a break. Did you know that if you have a job that includes benefits, on average your employer is paying you an extra $8 per hour, that’s in addition to your salary. According to the latest numbers released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, that’s what it costs the boss to cover things like your paid leave, health benefits, Medicare and unemployment insurance.
Here’s the break down of the extra $8/hour the boss is paying you:
  • Paid leave benefits (sick and personal leave, holidays and vacation time) = $1.86
  • Insurance benefits (life, health, and disability insurance) = $2.54
  • Savings = $1.29
  • Legally required benefits (Social Security, Medicare, unemployment insurance, and workers’ compensation) = $2.27
  • Supplemental pay (overtime and premium, shift differentials, and nonproduction bonuses) = $0.74
Who gets most, who gets least?
Of course these numbers are averages, and vary widely by occupation, sector and region. Private industry paid leave benefit costs, for example, were highest for management, professional, and related occupations, averaging $4.05 per hour. Costs were lowest among service occupations, at 58 cents or 4.2 percent of total compensation. Paid leave benefit costs are often directly linked to wages; therefore, higher paid occupations or industries will typically show higher estimates.
And union workers have it better than non-union workers. Employer cost for paid leave benefits average $2.71 per hour worked for union workers, significantly higher than the $1.76 per hour average for nonunion workers. It’s also interesting to note that paid leave costs in goods-producing industries are $2.08, greater than the average for service-providing industries, which is $1.81.
It also depends on where you live
Among the nine census divisions, paid leave costs range from $2.49 in the New England division to $1.30 in the East South Central division. Total additional compensation above and beyond wages is highest in New England, averaging $10.41 per hour, and lowest in the East South Central, averaging 6.03 per hour.
Knowing the costs, you can now see why so many companies are reducing employees to part-time status in order to avoid paying additional full-time expenses–although that doesn’t justify the action. Those who do have benefits might be just a little more appreciative of them when they know their value. Here’s to your full-time employer!

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Best Part Time Jobs for College Students

Today, students do not only need to obtain good grades in college, but they should also have some prior real world experience to help them in their professional career later. Employers are searching for candidates who are already trained in the basics of a specific job. There are multiple best part time job opportunities for students. Below, we discuss about some of the best jobs for college students in terms of pay, work around class schedules and career benefit. And, these student jobs are definitely going to look good on a candidate’s resume.
On Campus IT Support Job
Colleges search for tech savvy students who can do IT field related work. Along with continuing with their education, students can take up technological services work in the college campus itself. Those who are pursuing a relevant degree in the IT field can immensely benefit from the job. Job responsibilities may include assisting students and teachers in solving technical problems, installing computer systems and other related work. No doubt, on campus IT support jobs happen to be one of the best jobs for students. The best part is that tech support jobs or IT support jobs also offer decent pay to students.
Lab Assistant
If you seeking a career in the field of laboratory sciences, there can be no better option that taking up the lab assistant job at the college. These types of student jobs are available both on campus and off campus. While joining this job, students would need to work in the college research laboratory. Since employers like research experience, students can find the job experience quite useful.
College Library Jobs
Have you ever considered doing a job in the college library? Well, maximum number of students overlooks this job. In fact, these jobs are quite flexible and offer nice work environment. College library jobs require students to do work including checking out/ handing books, interlibrary loan management, and library search system data entry among others. The job is a good option for candidates pursuing a degree or seeking a career in library sciences.
College Gym Jobs
Students can also look for part time job opportunities at the college gym. While working in the gym, students would need to serve at the gym counter, manage the gym equipment and assisting those who train and practice at the gym. If you can also take aerobics classes, the college gym job is definitely going to be one of the best part-time and well paid jobs for you.
House sitting/ Babysitting Jobs for Professors
Yet another wonderful part time job opportunity for students is working for college professors. Professors at the college campus always require people to take care of their kids and pets. Though you may not get a decent pat while working for a professor, you certainly develop a professional connection that can bring you good business and work opportunities. In addition, a recommendation from the professor you work for can also help a lot in your future career.
Dorm Desk Attendant Jobs
Students who are looking for on-the-campus part time work opportunities can get a job as a dorm desk attendant. Working hours are flexible and the job is not quite hectic. However, dorm desk attendants are accountable for the security of students. The job offers decent pay too.
Academic Department Clerical Work
College academic departments also offer part time jobs to students due to excessive workload. When the work pressure increases, secretaries find it hard to handle the large amount of work. Students are, therefore, hired to work part time. While doing the job, students need to handle tasks including journal submissions, faculty meeting notes, handouts for the class, journal articles etc.
Home Health Aide Jobs
It is a good part time job option for candidates pursuing a career in healthcare. Functioning as a home health aide, students would be working with the elderly helping them take medications and do exercises. This patient care experience can bring good benefits if you are looking for home health aide jobs in healthcare facilities.
Bank Teller Jobs
College students can also take up a bank teller’s job for part time work. The job happens to be flexible and provides candidates with customer service experience. It is one of the best job opportunities if you are looking to acquire good communication skills.
A word of advice to college students is that they should select or go for a job option which is relevant to their career path or future career. And there are multiple part time job opportunities for college students to choose from.
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