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Before graduating, you always expect to be immediately absorbed into your dream job. However, this may not be the case. After graduation, you may find the job market tougher than you anticipated. You may apply for many jobs and get no positive feedback. Job hunting may be very discouraging for you. There are activities that you can engage in after graduating to earn some money while you wait for your dream job. Below are some jobs that you can engage in to earn some money after graduation.
Online Shop
If you have plenty of time and you can craft, then you can put up an online shop to display your wares and creations. Your vintage and handmade products ranging from art, fashion, home décor to jewelry can get shown in your online shop. Create a website to enable your customers to get a display of your wares. You can offer discounts and promotions on items to encourage your customers to purchase more. You can convert your ideas into crafts and crafts to money through your online shop while you wait to get employed.
Babysit
During the holidays, look for parents who are hiring someone to supervise and entertain their children. You can be paid more hourly since you are older, have a degree, and are highly qualified as compared to minors. If your career path deals with handling children, then babysitting will be a pleasant experience for you, both for your job and interview.
Online Jobs
Earn money by engaging in some online activities. Use Gigbucks and Fiverr to be paid for advertising anything you will do for a specific amount of money. Use gigs to earn an amount not more than 50$ per task and 5$ on Fiverr.
Gigs entail almost everything from editing resumes and cover letters, slideshow presentations to social media. When doing the tasks, you can add what is in your resume or portfolio. You can also perform easy chores for customers through TaskRabbit and get paid. The duties range from buying and delivering groceries for a customer.
Sell Antique Possessions
As a graduate, you may have a lot of things that have outgrown their uses. You can sell your old stuff instead of keeping them in your wardrobe or throwing them. You can sell your DVDs on eBay and your old textbooks on Amazon. If you have many former possessions, you can make a lot of money. You can contact a person with a real estate license NY to connect you with customers who want to purchase old things for their houses.
Offer Private Lessons
Proffer private lessons to younger children in your area of expertise. Teach the children what you know, such as playing the piano, violin, or even music. If your career path is in tune, offering private lessons will boost the resume. Try coaching individuals if you were active in athletes or sports when you were in college or high school.
Blog
Start a platform for blogging. You do not need to write every day; you can blog once a month. Through blogging, you will build a brand with time, and you will get paid for it, and it will provide an opportunity for personal growth. Share your story, and your experience will help you grow. As you blog, you will reflect and learn a lot of valuable skills. Writing your thoughts and ideas will create self-awareness, which is an ingredient in wealth building.
Risk
Do not be too conservative; take risks, and do not worry about making a mistake. Through risking, you will grow and learn. Venture into entrepreneurship or digital marketing and do not give up. If the risks do not pay, then you will have learned about that field and invest wisely next time.
Though the jobs and hustles will not provide enough money to cater for your needs, you will not go broke. You can also save a little from what you get.

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