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I work retail part time while in school. I have specific selling aspects I strongly dislike.
I make 2% commission on top of minimum wage.
I want to make more, whether That's higher base pay or more commission.
Being in school mon-Thu makes scheduling kind of hard
I've been thinking -
Childcare/baby sitting (I love kids)
part time sales (trying to find non scams)
boutique selling (small clothing stores)
Go for what Chris said! It's a good idea. Something I IMAGINE can be picked up quick. I mean probably 90% of people will ask for the same (popular)drinks.
From personal experience one thing you could do is offer services online. I do this myself, you can lower/raise prices to slow down or speed up sales. And you can do this on your own time whenever you're free.
There's two ways to do this.
---Brokering- Less profit, time saving.
- Hire someone (with good feedback) that does a specific service for cheap (Fiverr, Gigbucks, etc.)
- Advertise this service in either similar websites or Craigslist.
---Personal Services- More profit, time consuming.
-Get a program/software that allows you to do something that's in demand. Search a site like Craigslist and see what services people are ASKING for.( This applies to service brokering too, find a demand, then find a service provider.)
Think video editing, graphic design, programming, photoshop, social media bots, etc.
How do I go about applying for a position at a bar when I have no drink making experience?
Also i got a bartending certificate 2 years ago (for fun) and that is a good way to open doors for yoiu too. you learn the basics and they do job searching for you sometimes. ask about job placements before doing it. look for deals too, i bought my class for like 50% off from groupon or something.
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