Information for teens on how to find a job. A part-time job is an excellent way to spend time as well as earn some cash and experience. 1. Tutor A tutor is a person employed in the education of others, either individually or in groups. If you are the bookworm type and wish to use your academic skills to earn some money, just start tutting. A large number of students seek good tutors to help them cope with their course-work. An average tutor can earn up to INR 10,000 a month. 2. Freelance Writer If you have a flair for creative writing, you can easily work for a publication or content writing firm on a freelance basis. The recent boom in the e-publishing industry has created numerous job opportunities for aspiring writers. With flexible timings and a handsome remuneration, freelance writing allows you to work from the comfort of your home. 3. Radio Jockey(RJ) If you’re a born entertainer and have been blessed with a good voice, consider working as a radio jockey. Radio Jockey has been with us for almost a century, but since the advent of FM channels the Radio Announcer suddenly being referred as Radio Jockey or RJ. Besides the workload, such jobs aid in good career prospects for the future. 4. Trouble Shooter Troubleshooting is a form of problem solving , often applied to repair failed products or processes. This job is for tech-junkies who love to around with computer hardware or software. Troubleshooting is used in many fields such as engineering, system administration, electronics, automotive repair, and diagnostic medicine.
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