Kate Dahl, a 32-year-old who was living in Washington, D.C., at the beginning of the pandemic, said the crisis made her realize she was no longer happy with her career working in political technology and analytics for Democratic campaigns.
“I take families around, I take individuals around,” Peoples said. “There’s something about being with a local person. They know all the ins and outs. They know where to eat. They’ve lived here. They know about secret spots.”
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With no medical benefits but in good health, for now, he’s applied to several retail management jobs. If he gets through the online filter, he seldom gets a call back. When he does, he balks at the $14 an hour they're offering.
11. Rent out your place on Airbnb Renting out your home to traveling strangers is an excellent way to make some money. If you’re someone who isn’t home much — perhaps you travel often — or you have an extra bedroom, offering your home up as an Airbnb might be the best way for you to make some extra cash. Set your house rules, get some nice photos of your home and decide your schedule for when your home is available.
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Current part-time job postings are up 47% from the same period in 2020 and up 23% from 2019, according to the PeopleReady analysis. Some of the most in-demand part-time jobs reveal a changing world: As retailers reopen, retail associates are among the most sought-after positions that need to be filled; and, as people return to the office, the demand for nannies and babysitters is soaring.