For many people, money is an ongoing struggle. Simply put, there isn’t enough of it available. Often this means that you might end up working full-time or even working two jobs, while also struggling to make ends meet.
Along with a high workload and a lot of stress, one of the most common challenges that students face is money. Specifically, they don’t have enough of it. For most students, financial survival is a major issue, especially as you often don’t have the time (or the energy) to try for more hours or an extra job. In fact, you may feel you barely have the time to do what you need to for college.
What is the best part of being a bartender? Ask ten bartenders and you will likely get ten different answers. For some, it’s the people you meet. For others, it’s the stories. Some people just love the artistry and skill needed to mix a great drink. It really depends on why you got into the job, and where you’re working. In this post I’m going to show you how to not only increase your tips, but make more money as a bartender in other, more reliable ways too.
With so many people wanting to get healthier and improve their diets, you would think that being a registered dietitian would be a lucrative job. For some, this may be true, but many others find themselves stuck earning less than they would like and feeling undervalued. But, as a registered dietitian, you do have an appealing set of skills and knowledge, so there’s no reason that you can’t make more money.
Social work can be an intense and draining field, particularly on the emotional level. Nevertheless, you do have some control and there is the chance to make more money as a social worker. There are various options for doing this, although some approaches may make more sense than others depending on your specific situation.