Summer isn’t just a season of daily walks on the beach or picnics at the park. For some people, especially young adults, the warmer months are a time to gain extra spending money or work experience.
But whether you need or want a summer job, where you look for one will matter almost as much as what you do. Obviously, opportunities will be more widely available in some places than in others. And while a job may pay well in one city, the same position may not pay as much in another. Minimum-wage laws and local costs, for instance, will determine how much you earn and consequently what you’ll be able to afford in terms of housing, transportation and social activities. More importantly, if you’re supporting yourself, location will dictate how much of your income you’ll be able to save if that’s your goal.
New research shows that managers often set extra hours without pay, or give out demeaning tasks to employees, to those who are particularly passionate about what they do. In other words, your love for your job could be used against you.
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Some people cringe at the thought of living out their lives in one place. Others are simply hit by wanderlust and develop an insatiable urge to explore new landscapes and socio-cultural terrains.
While this might indeed be a reflection of self-inflicted pressure targeted at personal development through experiencing the unknown and confronting unforeseen challenges, the exorbitant cost of living such a lifestyle could undoubtedly be discouraging.
But what if you were tipped off on some ways to get paid or earn a sustainable fortune while touring the world? Well, TheCable Lifestyle brings you nine ideas for achieving just that.
After receiving more than 12,500 applications last year, the hottest gig of the summer is back. This time, Days Inn by Wyndham is looking for an adventure-driven storyteller with a passion for writing, photography, and international travel. During a two-week internship in August 2019, our Suntern will chronicle unforgettable experiences through travel journals and sunlit photos.Source: Travel Abroad with Our Sunternship
We don’t want a job so much as “a situation that allows us to spend time traveling the world, chilling on luxury yachts, and exploring private islands.” So until a …
FlexJobs analyzed the total number of state-based remote job listings posted in 2018 to find the top 15 states where workers stand the best chance of landing a work-from-home gig. California, Texas and New York led the pack.