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What is a good, non-food service, part-time job?

I'm still in high school, and I am interested in a job. I do not want to work in food service, however! I am interested in tutoring, but there seem to be no opportunities here. Any other suggestions?

Asked By: Anne A - 12/10/2007
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A job at a department store like Macy's, Jcpenney, Dilliards.
Answered By: Virgo27 - 12/10/2007
Additional Answers (21)
one of those teaching little kids jobs? like kumon and that silvan (w/e) learning center
Answered By: blooooooooooooop - 12/10/2007
 
go to your local clothing stores into town or a mall and work in a little cute boutique or a shoe store. also movie theaters.hope i helped!
Answered By: Claudiaa - 12/10/2007
 
macys is so good
Answered By: ~*!!ME!!*~ - 12/10/2007
 
I recommend you become a socialist. If you like answering questions of yahoo answers. Then you'd probably should be a socialist. Followed by being a therapist if you are to be more passionate about it.
Answered By: Vin - 12/10/2007
 
Pro athlete. You only work part of the year.
Answered By: katie says rawrr - 12/10/2007
 
y dont u find any afterschool offices, and ask them if they need hiring?
Answered By: flora w - 12/10/2007
 
Department store clerk (they are hiring for Christmas season)
Answered By: siamesedharma - 12/10/2007
 
Ask nearby family and they might let you be an asistan or something that is what I do And they somtimes pay extra
Answered By: Austin R - 12/10/2007
 
babysitting, clothing sales (gap or some clothing store)? Advertise that you could help kids with their homework if you want to tutor.
Answered By: Sarah B - 12/10/2007
 
Might try day care centers
Answered By: mtchndjnmtch - 12/10/2007
 
Clothing stores like Hollister or Zumiez or PacSun, depending on your clothing style are great for part time. Most Hollisters have so many part time workers that you can get like 15 hours a week so you have time for school and friends but still get paid. Zumiz and Pacsun don't usually have as much employees but part... More
Answered By: M!KE - 12/10/2007
 
maybe try asking kids around our neigborhood with they need help on homework if not try babysitting
Answered By: linds - 12/10/2007
 
find a job in Macdonald or burger king.
Answered By: bihs11daa - 12/10/2007
 
try a local library were you can probalby help out some kids. or you can also try a local hospital. good luck,
Answered By: Perucha - 12/10/2007
 
working at the dry cleaners, for a caterer, for a hotel, delivery for a pharmacy, retail sales, a childcare center.
Answered By: HiddenBarb - 12/10/2007
 
Why not, food service is pretty good I am a sophmore in High Shcooland work only on saturdays as a cashier in a fast food-type resturant, come by and check it out If you live close to DC the locals r crazy about our food, place is called Reston Kabob the food is excellent if you like kabobs. and i make good money... More
Answered By: HoPeofPV - 12/10/2007
 
how about working at a bookstore even if you want to tutor you might have more experience and learn more things plus it's not that hard of a job
Answered By: Michelle Chan - 12/10/2007
 
For the best money you have two options... More
Answered By: Megs - 12/10/2007
 
There's always Retail, Janitorial, and sometimes part time secretary or bookkeeping if you've had the right classes. You could also check with local hospitals, nursing homes, and and assisted living facilities for work. Farms may have work available. Or the Zoo, Aquarium, or Aviary. Just look around and also ask... More
Answered By: Susan - 12/10/2007
 
Ahem! Child day care Animal shelter Cell phone company salesperson/speaker Janitor Busboy Gift wrapping booths (at malls) Librarian Kindergarten assistant Cashier Salesperson at a shop in a mall Theatre
Answered By: Aurora - 12/10/2007
 
If tutoring doesn't seem to be an option you could try babysitting. If you do a good job it will prove your responsibility, and you will have a good reputation. Also, if you prove that you're smart and good enough, the parents may be willing to higher you for tutoring. Always be prepeared, responsable, and keep an open... More
Answered By: lillapuchian - 12/10/2007
 
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