Before I retired, some of my friends were asking what plans do I have to keep myself busy. At first my response was basically, play golf, volunteer and get back to sewing. After a few years of doing that, every now and again, I would pretend that I was looking for a job. First I would search for only part-time jobs, then I will switch to full time but in the end, never really apply. Sometimes I wonder what it is like to earn US dollars. It's funny because I have earned some funds by selling some of the items I've sewn. Now that I have only two volunteer jobs, I am back to searching some part time jobs. I am so amazed at the amount of jobs available for anyone who is really searching and who is determined to work. So you are probably wondering, what exactly would I be applying for. There were a few jobs that was interesting and they were all part-time. Here's some of the list that I found when I did my research.
- Night and weekend receptionist for a car dealership (I use to work part-time at a few dealerships - Toyota, Subaru and Acura)
- Scorekeeper - for some youth and adult hockey league, keeping stats, etc.
- Concierge - a retirement home looking for someone to assists, plans, organize activities for their residents
- Part time jobs with Kohls, Macy's, Dick's Sporting Goods, and many others
|This is a dream golf caddy specially when you can't walk and push cart for 18 holes.|