Imagine in an ideal world you loved each and every task in your job description. 70% of American’s report being Dissatisfied in their jobs, so chances are there are some tasks they would probably remove if they could. While it is hard to find the perfect job and it may not exist per se, your goal as a job seeker is to know what things you mainly want to avoid in a job as you honor your time and realize when you work, you give an employer 24% of your week.
So what don’t you want to be doing during those hours?
Job Searching based on your Work Walnuts/ Allergies Video
Below are some additional resources for job searching you may not have used before.
INTEREST SPECIFIC ONLINE JOB SEARCH SITES
- idealist.org NON PROFITS
- edjoin.org CALIFORNIA PUBLIC EDUCATION
- hercjobs.org CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
- cccregistry.org CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
- dice.com TECHNOLOGY BASED COMPANIES
- hcareers.com HOSPITALITY
- workinsports.com SPORTS
Many people are trying to find ways to work from home. Here is a video with some great ideas.
Gig Economy Jobs Video
Forbes Work from Home Jobs Video
Idealist Work from Home Jobs Video idealist.org
ADDITIONAL FLEX/ WORK FROM HOME / TELECOMMUTE SITES (always do your research)
- If you enjoy learning about other cultures, check with your local universities and high schools to see if you can host an exchange student, monthly stipends can be up to $1500 per student.
- Most all cities offer classes through parks and recreation. You don’t have to be a professional or credentialed, just skilled in what you are teaching to the population you are serving. You can look at the parks and recreation site below for ideas of classes that are taught and approach various cities with your ideas and proposals. Remember to get proposals in months in advance as they print the catalogs early for preregistration.