I was a waiter then later on a bartender. Made great money and got to me new women every night.
I was a Fastfood crew then Korean English Teacher. There are so many Koreans here in the Philippines who yearns to learn English in a cheaper way. That is why they hire college students to teach them English.
When you go on summer break be a trashman. Where I work we have a crew of about 10 who have been hired over the past few years. It's hard work, but good pay, and you can put a lot in the bank for the school year, which means you pretty much get to screw around during the school year.
the best job is to work for is something which is related to your course of study no matter if it pays you less than any other job as you can gain much knowledge in your field by working for some thing related to your course and it will help you a lot in future.
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