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With college costs rising faster than inflation year after year, getting that college degree is becoming less and less affordable for many students. Many of them take out sizable school loans only to find themselves overburdened by onerous loan payments. So many students look for part-time jobs while they're in college. Most of the well-known jobs are low paying jobs. Fast food and retail employ a lot of college students, but the wages are at or barely above minimum wage. The result is long hours for low pay-hours that could have been spent studying or partying. This book shows students how to find the unusual jobs that pay much more than average. The author draws on his expereinces while he was a college student. The stories in the book are true; the examples the author gives are real. The author used these same strategies to earn significantly more than minimum wage while he worked his way through college. This book will be helpful to college students and high school students trying to save money for college. The information will also be welcomed by parents who are writing the checks for their students' college expenses.
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David Stafford started out in college unemployed and underfunded. When he finally found a job in a college town where everyone else was looking for a job, it was a menial, minimum wage job. After working all week his first check was only for one hundred dollars. He decided there must be a better way. He got creative and discovered ways to make 3-5 times minimum wage. More money in fewer hours. While job hunting to start his career after graduation, he decided to write a book to share everything he had learned about the college job market. The result is a book that describes the what, where, and how of numerous jobs that pay at least double the standard wage.
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Book Description ePlanet Publishing, Inc., 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0979381819