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Part Time job ideas?

poorpilot83

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I am taking a significant pay cut and I am a reserve pilot that lives in domicile, anyone have any ideas for a part-time job?
 

Max Q

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Do what I did. Start your own business and get yourself to the point where if you get canned, you'll actually make more money.
 

rickair7777

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If you have a technical degree, many states are short of substitute teachers. They call when they have work, and it is your option to accept or decline. Kind of like airline reserves, but you do not have to go to work if you don't want to. Aviation "Science" might even count as a technical degree.
 

crj567

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If you have a technical degree, many states are short of substitute teachers. They call when they have work, and it is your option to accept or decline. Kind of like airline reserves, but you do not have to go to work if you don't want to. Aviation "Science" might even count as a technical degree.


"Aviation Science" doesn't even count as a degree....

Those clowns at ERAU toot sunshine up each other's butts all day, but they have nothing like an actual college education.


Doubts?
-Just watch these morons....

http:www.youtube.com/watch?v=dg5m9GALFYk
 
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Goose Egg

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What I've decided to do is go back for an online MS degree in accounting--couldn't really get it to work any other way with my line-holding schedule. It will take a little over a year to get that completed, but once that is done, then I'll have all kinds of options for part or full-time work. I have no intention whatsoever to get out of flying, but you never know what will happen, and it will be nice to have something other than a useless "aviation science" degree to fall back on.
 

PBRstreetgang

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Crystal Meth, easy to make, rent a house near a JR High school, watch uTube, and whip up a batch, stuff sells its self. Who needs a line when this stuff fills your wallet with cash!
PBR
 

SpyFlysDOTs

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Part time jobs..one I have thought about that could be a huge money maker.

Curbs in So Calif (20 million live on the South Side of California) usually have the house number, painted on the curb.

Every 5 years or so, the paint fades.

When you drive around, some streets, lots of them have faded letters.

In the past, I have been charged from $10 to $15 for someone to paint new numbers on my curb.

Stencils, Spraypaint, all cheap.
Cash business.
Chances of injury are very low.

Worst part is knocking up doors and having someone say yes. So you get exercise and cash when someone says yes.

Potential, about $100 an hr cash, work when you want to, no set schedule.

Check your local cities for any license, etc required.
 

Flybet3

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Do what I did. Start your own business and get yourself to the point where if you get canned, you'll actually make more money.

And yet, you still keep coming back to flight info and posting.
 

Flybet3

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I am taking a significant pay cut and I am a reserve pilot that lives in domicile, anyone have any ideas for a part-time job?

Do you like chocolate?
 

Max Q

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And yet, you still keep coming back to flight info and posting.

If something happens to my current flying job, I only have another opportunity waiting.

Do you normally get that confused so easily?
 

imisscorplife

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CVS pharmacy. I work part time on my hard days off and they started me at 10$/hr to stock shelves. Its definitely helping the wife and I pay off some debt. She was laid off recently.
 
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