In the first-ever guide to finding a satisfying job that will keep food on the table while you focus on your perhaps less lucrative dreams, Deborah Jacobson presents a detailed survey of employment possibilities that keep stressful money worries away and allow plenty of time for pursuing one's true calling in life. Survival Jobs proves that you don't have to wait tables while looking for your big break. With frank and funny advice from an author who has traveled the survival-job road, Jacobson introduces opportunities both on and off the beaten track that suit a wide variety of schedules, skills, and personalities. Survival Jobs includes: qJobs for the CEO in Youq (apartment manager, massage therapist, and other qbe-your-own-bossq suggestions)qThat's Entertainmentq (from working as a personal assistant to performing at theme parks)qNine to Five...Notq (clock in at the crack of dawn or the midnight hour as a limousine driver, a video-store clerk, or an airport employee)qYou Gotta Have Heartq (jobs that satisfy the spirit and pay the bills: pet care, social work, children's entertainment) For each job, she describes: Duties and responsibilities, the pros and consLikely salary, necessary skills, and educational backgroundIdeas for getting startedSources for contacts, including names and phone numbers in major cities From the Trade Paperback edition.This job is perfect for someone who has a flair for design and interior decorating. ... including New Jersey; Long Island; Norwalk, Connecticut; Hicksville, New York ; Georgia; Tennessee; Florida; California; and Los Angeles and Orange County.
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