I'm having a horrendous time finding work in the area I live in. I've started my own small business and it pays my bills- But I need to find more income.
If anyone can take 11 minutes of their time to listen to what I say in this video and perhaps suggest a field of work I haven't considered to look into: It would be greatly appreciated.
Fields I'm already considering that are suited to some of my skills:
Private Tutor, clerical/data entry, security guard, landscaping/carpentry apprentice. These fields are some that I've already been considering, but locally haven't found any availability. Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
It would help a lot if it's something in Washington County, PA. As I don't own a car to get to jobs outside local bus ranges. Even Pittsburgh, PA is an option if the pay is worth the extra 4 hours a day on buses and $20 round trip.
*Anything online is acceptable, too. Though 99% of the "potential" jobs here are phony. I've even looked into mock trial jurers: As they pay a dollar a minute average. I'm seriously looking EVERYWHERE possible.
-Edit: My paperwork works against me: Due to the mention of WCCC and how, being homeless at the time: I couldn't afford anything past my first semester. Also being homeless as a child, most of my work was under the table: So I have next to no work history on paper. Or that until I could have my business officially legalized into a corporation: I'm considered unemployed on paper even though my actual income is over a grand a month. Then the Army, and the fact that I served 11.5 months: Therefor am not considered a veteran due to under a year of active Duty... And the list of things where paperwork shows lack of ability/commitment where an actual excellence exists continues: I'm working on finding any paperwork on the reality of things to present to employers. In the meantime, if anyone has ideas of a field where these skills would be beneficial: That's all I'm asking.
Edited by dragonsdontfly, 25 July 2012 - 10:15 AM.