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Odd Jobs: How to Have Fun and Make Money in a Bad Economy Paperback – June 1, 2012
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I noted this title on an Amazon top 100 list and I'm so glad I downloaded it.
CRAMMED with ideas for those seeking out-of-the-box type jobs of all kinds. The author also shares her own experiences, working many of these jobs herself, unlike a lot of these types of guides where there is no personal references linked to the author. That I really appreciated.
Jobs descriptions include not only what the job entails, but pluses and minuses for that particular job, helpful links, wage expectations and more.
And what a choice of jobs! Just a few included are: lipstick reader (I had NEVER heard of that one before but sounds like FUN), bike messenger, closet "exorcist", face painter, fish sampler and MANY, many more.
Yes, some of these I was already familiar with but many I had never even thought of or heard of. And in all cases, the helpful links and personal experiences of the author made this book so enjoyable and a cut above similar titles too.
Highly recommended, especially if you are looking for ways to make a few (or perhaps a lot) of extra $$ and need some inspiration where to begin your own job search.
One more thing, liked the presentation and format of this eBook. Easy to navigate and attractive too. :-)
Geraldine Helen Hartman author of the Groovy Green Kitchen series and Laughing AT the Grim Reaper!
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Not informative. Not really that interesting. A waste of reading to be honest.Published 23 months ago by Laura Risch
It gives you ideas where took look in regards to unique jobs. It is a filled with personal stories and humor.Published on May 5, 2014 by TD
There is some consolidated information here. Not a lot of new stuff. But it did get me thinking. I'd recommend it.Published on April 29, 2014 by Rock On
This is the best book I've ever read in my whole life. I would recommend it to anyone of my friends or family or even anyone exploring new career paths.Published on January 16, 2014 by Leann