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How do I get a part time job in some field that I have no experience in?

I currently work as a certified nursing assistant. It's an EXCELLENT job for those who aren't like me and can stand to change old people's diapers, help them walk, feed them, and all the other things I need to do. I realize that having my job is more than what I described, however, I want to do something else until I graduate from the medical transcription program. And no, I'm not going to be a nurse, I'll have to go to more school before I can even consider it and plus I won't like that any more than my current job. All I want is a part time job that can make ends meet.

Asked By: Bear - 6/28/2006
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Go to a temp agency.
Answered By: Doug - 6/28/2006
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striper?
Answered By: Maveric - 6/28/2006
 
Try temp agencies. They usually place people based on how well they do on certain tests; i.e., Word, Excel, PowerPoint. If you don't have these skills, go to the library and practice.
Answered By: hop0409 - 6/28/2006
 
Retail is a choice as well as fast food.
Answered By: Gabe - 6/28/2006
 
How about a duck beak polisher. Just think of all the ducks in the world that needs their beaks polished.
Answered By: pootfart3 - 6/28/2006
 
You can mostly find a position in a temp agency or maybe find a job in retail such as fast food, restaurant or at any store that you can find in a mall... More
Answered By: doraima29 - 6/28/2006
 
Why don't you look into a pharmacy position? Maybe apply for a pharm. technician...Most pharm's will train you to work with them, and you can take the technician program when you're ready to...It can usually be taken by correspondence....(and the pharmacist's are pretty good at helping you out in the learning process... More
Answered By: pea.cole - 6/28/2006
 
I hire (and fire) a lot and what I want to see is enthusiasm and guts. I don't know what field you should apply to, but I suggest you make this offer... More
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