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Consider a Summer Job to Meet Your Financial Goals

Would You Do Any of These Summer Jobs?

Sometimes, no matter how much we try and cut back on spending, things continue to pop up that keep us from meeting our savings goals or from keeping our credit card balances low. Maybe you have a packed wedding season that you're not sure how to survive without putting it all on your credit card, the rise in prices is too much for your stagnant salary, or you've had some surprising bills come your way. When you're doing all you can to modify your spending habits and money still forms a dark cloud over your head, earning extra income may be the best solution to accommodate your immediate needs. And if becoming an eBay seller like 1.3 million people isn't your thing, CNN published a list of 10 Summer jobs that usually hire additional staff for Summer — would you consider any of their recommendations?

  1. Childcare workers
  2. Restaurant servers
  3. Sales associates
  4. Lifeguards
  5. Office assistants
  6. Hotel and resort staff
  7. Amusement park attendants
  8. Home-improvement workers
  9. Landscapers
  10. Camp workers


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