- Yard work for my parents
- Data entry for my mom
- House- and pet-sitting for neighbors
- Student intern for national political campaign (unpaid)
- Personal organizer for professor in my hometown (organized her three offices in a summer)
- Office aide at financial planning firm
- Research and Fundraising Intern for politician (unpaid)
- University radio DJ (unpaid)
- Assistant at university theatre department costume shop (sewing costumes and crafting props)
- Freelance theatre knitting, for said costume shop and for another theatre in the city
- Something new, in the next few days (God willing)
- Fundraising researcher for a consulting firm
(In other words -- we both have new jobs!!
- Technician and software/hardware engineer, from intern up to professional level. Was my job throughout undergrad, starting my second semester of freshman year.
- Researcher, from 'intern' up to professional level. This is my primary occupation, and it will be for the foreseeable future. The job itself encompasses a bunch of varied stuff; and it could have about a billion sub-bullets underneath.
That sure isn't a lot of jobs, but I've very much liked the second one on down. Part of it is luck; part of it is scouring for opportunities early on and holding onto them until their faces turned red and their eyes popped out of their sockets.
Other stuff that I'm doing on the side:
- Small business co-founder man. Pretty much 'researcher,' but more focused and with a different.. ... employer. Fairly stagnant at the moment while I concentrate on other things.
- Rentin' out properties.
Private Tutor at a tuition agency
Teaching assistant at a tuition centre
Selling chocolates on the street
Selling flowers on the streets on valentine day
Order taker/promoter for a grocery store
Promoter for a phone shop
And I am planning to work for myself one day, I seriously can't stand working for people