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What do you think is the best kind of job for an over 40 female?

I'm not athletic or anything but I'm smart and need a job. What kinds of jobs do you think would be easy to get and where would I apply for them?

Asked By: - 8/7/2007
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Call center work would be one possibility. I used to work for a large call center in a metro area. Now, I work at home doing telephone customer service and sales. I also tutor children after school during the school year (Associates Degree or better required). It all depends on you and your interests, education, and... More
Answered By: dottye7777 - 8/7/2007
Additional Answers (10)
Do you have any formal education beyond high school?
Answered By: Jeremiah - 8/7/2007
 
Depends on your background and past work experience.
Answered By: cireengineering - 8/7/2007
 
office job or something like that. you're dead or close to dying so depending on your skills you are still a good hire. what did you do before? what are you skills? start from there.
Answered By: Marisa - 8/7/2007
 
That's impossible to answer without knowing your background (work experience) and qualifications/skills.
Answered By: Vicster - 8/7/2007
 
BE A BUS DRIVER THATS GOOD FOR A 40 YEAR OLD OR UP OR SIT ON YOUR ASS ALL DAY AND GET FAT
Answered By: mikegreenlong - 8/7/2007
 
Check your jobs on line and see what is available. Do something that you will enjoy and be able to do with confidence. Having some knowledge about the job is very helpful. Good Luck.
Answered By: TillieDillie - 8/7/2007
 
Stripper?
Answered By: Joshhhhh! - 8/7/2007
 
try working in a local home owned store. such as: a coffee/gift shop secretary/personal assistant United Supermarkets/Wal*Mart clean houses for elderly or enroll in college and pursue your biggest dreams
Answered By: Ilovebeingme! - 8/7/2007
 
Retailing is usually not hard to find a position in. Pay is usually not great and the hours are usually mixed up. If you can get by for a while, or even if you can work part-time and do some studying, real estate can be a good career. It takes time to get started, but then it gets better.
Answered By: Tom K - 8/7/2007
 
Some of these answers are just plain mean. Easy would be fast food restaurants. Since you're smart, an office job might work. With a couple months of training you could be a bookkeeper, or medical or dental assistant. My advice is to look in your heart and find out what's there. What do you love? Is going to... More
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Answered By: Diane G - 8/7/2007
 
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