Are You Making Ends Meet?
Since most couples are both employed, a sudden loss of income due to separation or divorce can upset the applecart. If so, assess your skills and schedule, then consider (one or more of) these part-time jobs:
The above list gives you a feel for what’s available part-time. Read your local newspaper daily.
Note: Remember, it is your responsibility to meet the criteria and credentials for any job, and to declare all supplemental income on your taxes. A part-time job is also handy while you search for full-time employment. If you are unemployed, move quickly to get something going first, then doggedly pursue the type of job you really want. Books like What Color Is Your Parachute? by Richard Nelson Bolles, can help you decide what career might be right for you. Check the library. Network with friends. Also consult employment agencies, state employment offices, adult education services and other career counseling opportunities in your area. Community services often provide free assistance. The key is perseverance. And while you persist, don’t forget those tried-and-true money-makers, the garage sale and the auction. So start cleaning house and prepare to deal!
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