The OESC is offering virtual job fairs through the end of June and will host in-person job fairs in Tulsa on June 23 and Oklahoma City on June 25, according to Zumwalt.
Code writing. If you can write code, you have limitless job opportunities online. You can create websites and computer programs for various companies eager to hire new coders.
Student-athletes are busy. Between classes and studying, and practice and competition, their schedules are packed. Their sports commitments can take up as much as 40 hours per week in-season. The temptation to earn money will add yet another demand on their time, which may lead them to shift their priorities.
Are you a student or recent graduate wanting to earn money online? Then you might want to share your skills and try your hand at online tutoring. You can help others learn subjects like English and maths all from the comfort of your own home, and you’ll gain some great experience for building your CV!
The internet has numerous affiliate programs. For example, LeadAdvisors has one. It’s simple to apply too. You only need to fill out a few fields for registration.
Once you create an account, you can activate offers and make qualifying purchases to earn cash back both in-store and online. You can also earn cash back at gas stations, take surveys to earn additional cash and save on eligible prescriptions. Once your account balance reaches $20, you can request a check.
There are several markets for photographers on the road. Wedding photographers, nature photographers, or even commercial photographers can find gig employment with the help of an agency. Just be sure to schedule your shoot around your travel schedule, recommends Jim Waters of Lance Campers.
The deep unhappiness with jobs points to a larger problem in how workplaces are structured. The line between work and home has been blurring for decades—and with the pandemic, obliterated completely for many of us, as we have been literally living at work. Meanwhile, the stark divide between white collar workers and those with hourly on-site jobs—grocery clerks, bus drivers, delivery people—became painfully visible. During the pandemic, nearly half of all employees with advanced degrees were working remotely, while more than 90% of those with a high school diploma or less had to show up in person, CoStar found.
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