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What have other readers done in such circumstances? Log off Despite having a reasonably well paid job, I was looking to buy my first house and needed to put in some extra hours to save a deposit. I took a job as a driver for Tesco, delivering shopping for customers who have ordered online.
I work from 7pm to 11pm three times a week. This is pretty much the perfect job, but I find it impossible to go straight to bed so I get very little sleep during the week. Working 60 hours a week is also very tiring. Economise first I work as a team leader in a cinema.
Over the years I have seen many people take on a second job but they never last more than a couple of months. Our evening shifts start at 5. As the weeks go by you will find yourself more tired and then your day job will start to suffer as well.
Look at your finances and try to generate extra cash by economising and making the most of the money you already make. Find something fun The perfect second job complements your main job without interfering with it. If it is also something you enjoy, you are more likely to stick with it. These are the qualities I have in my second job and for these reasons I will keep the job despite dreading the Saturday morning alarm call.
So think of something you'd like to do in an alternative career and then try it out on weekends. Alternatively, see what is available in your local area. I went looking for bar work and found a great job selling real estate, despite having no experience.
It is fun and the perfect antithesis to my day job as a scientist. Name and address supplied, London. Log on Start an eBay business. It enables you to work from home, and the hours will be totally flexible.
Specialise in one or two subjects that you already know something about and are really interested in - something you collect already, perhaps. Start by selling things around the home you no longer want but you think you can sell. Use the profits to build up your stock of items for sale. Go direct Join a direct selling company and you can be earning from week one. Choose a company that is part of the Direct Selling Association www.
Robin Croft, Glamorgan Business School. It will not suit everyone, but for less effort than having an extra job you could cover a significant portion of your monthly expenses. It can be difficult finding someone you get along with, but you could rent to short-term foreign students to take the pressure off.
Wait tables Find part-time work in a bar or restaurant near your home. My sister works flexible shifts around her college hours and occasionally does the weekend breakfast shift. You could work 6pm until close maybe twice a week, then do a double shift on Saturday or Sunday.
The pay is quite good, and will earn you extra cash relatively quickly, without being too mentally taxing. Hit the books When my partner was expecting our first child she took up book keeping. It pays reasonably, is flexible and no qualifications are required so long as you are numerate. It does take some learning to understand what to do and how to record things correctly. Contact local recruitment agencies or accountancy firms.
This entails visiting people in their homes, asking them questions, entering their answers into a laptop and sending their responses to the statisticians.
NatCen writes to randomly selected subjects first, so there is no cold calling and no trudging along streets looking for willing participants. Women have an edge, as they are more successful than men at getting interviews. Most of your calls will be at evenings and weekends. This document is also available in Tagalog. If you are a laundry worker, plumber, janitor, housekeeper, nurse, dental assistant, park grounds-keeper, gardener, or a first aid giver such as a lifeguard or ambulance attendant, you and others in similar jobs may sometime come in contact with infectious materials that could threaten your health.
Exposure to infectious blood or body fluids that carry these viruses could put your health at risk if you don't know what to do. Employers and employees in every kind of industry should learn to identify potentially infectious materials found at work and regard all blood and body fluids as potentially dangerous. There is a vaccination you can take to protect yourself from developing hepatitis-B. As yet, there is no vaccination or cure for AIDS. How can I protect myself from these infections?
Though your chances of coming into contact with these diseases at your workplace are small, it is important to work in a way that reduces your chance of being infected. You should treat all blood and body fluids, and any objects contaminated with them like knives, needles, soiled sheets, towels , as potentially dangerous.
If you observe practices or things at work that may be potential problems, it would be wise to notify your employer immediately so that proper steps can be taken to prevent someone from becoming ill.
But isn't it true that only homosexuals and intravenous drug users contract these kinds of diseases? Although the risk at work is low, anyone who comes in contact with contaminated items, like those mentioned above, may contract these viruses.
That is the purpose of the bloodborne pathogen standard. It instructs your employer to reduce the risk for exposure to a bloodborne infection by first evaluating the hazards you face on the job. If there is a possibility that you may sometime be at risk, then your employer must: Develop an exposure control plan. Give you training so that you learn how to avoid getting exposed to these diseases. Provide you with personal protective equipment such as gloves or masks that will allow you to do your job with little risk of infection.
The vaccination is a series of three shots given over a period of about six months. What is personal protective equipment and how much will it cost me? Personal protective equipment includes items such as gloves, eye protection, gowns and other things that help prevent contact with contaminated objects, blood or body fluids.
Your employer must provide suitable equipment for you at no cost. Uniforms, however, are not usually considered personal protective equipment. Can I take my personal protective equipment home to launder or clean? Personal protective equipment must be removed and left at your workplace. It is your employer's responsibility to either dispose of, clean or launder these things according to the manufacturer's directions.
Your employer must also replace your personal protective equipment, when needed. What if my employer refuses to give me personal protective equipment or to allow me to get the vaccination for hepatitis-B? Employers must set guidelines about vaccinations for workers. It is unlawful for the employer to discriminate against you for filing a complaint. In the factory where I work, we have an employee whose job is to give first aid to our workers when they get hurt. Should this person get the hepatitis-B vaccination?
Your employer should offer this person the hepatitis-B vaccination, as well as provide training and the right kind of personal protective equipment such as shields if called upon to perform CPR.
What about janitors, housekeepers, plumbers and maintenance workers? Generally, if you work in a hospital, clinic or similar setting, your employer must provide training and protective equipment, and offer the hepatitis-B vaccination. If you work in a hotel, motel or park, then you should at least be provided training on recognizing the hazards.
Requiring personal protective equipment or the hepatitis-B vaccination depends on whether you might be exposed to blood or body fluids. Is it okay to put lunch and toiletries in storage spaces where materials we use at work are stored?
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