What full-time job would you recommend for a college student?

I have delt with the cellphone/wireless business for 3 yrs and I am currently looking to see what else I could do that involves sales but where I can still have two days off during the week for school? What commission based jobs are available that are somewhat similar to what Im experienced with? Or what would you recommend?

Asked By: yepitsmemel - 6/4/2008
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How about selling copiers / office equipment? There are companies in every market that do this. Here in Cleveland there is Metro Copier, Lake Business Products, and Northcoast Business Systems
Answered By: cavz4lyfe - 6/4/2008
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Alot of us waitressed or waitered. Its fast money and you can set your own hours. Had so much fun too. Meeting lots of people. I mean you can choose anything but have to have hours to your schedule. Starbucks is fun to work at. You can work at Best Buy . Sales
Answered By: designer4theking - 6/4/2008
Bartender or waitress... lots of fun and the most money for the littlest amount of effort.
Answered By: razzle - 6/4/2008
I'm a FT student and I work as an Receptionist/Admin Assistant. You should get a office job, there's so much free time to do homework and research on the comp, it's pretty easy and pays a lot.
Answered By: steen - 6/4/2008
I recommend taking a look at No matter where you are in the US you can do it. I like the way they pay. I don't recommend quiting your current job. Since you are looking for something else, why not go look at an insurance company.
Answered By: Snoopy - 6/4/2008
I would strongly suggest that you try to get something that is related to your field of study. From what I read you are trying to get into sales or something related to that profession. First place to start your search is at your college's workforce and placement center and networking... More
Answered By: soulsta - 6/4/2008
Hi, I Believe I can assist you in your matter. Revolution money exchange is currently hiring for the summer .Currently I’m attending college to pursue a degree in Animation /Multimedia (Visual Communications). Revolution Money Exchange really helps pay my tuition and fees, and I must say the company is really helping... More
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