Most Helpful Guy
1.) Answer so many questions on GAG that you get Amazon giftcards weekly.
2.) Get a job at a local food market.
3.) Go on the streets and beg.
4.) Get a job at a restaurant or fast food place.
5.) Go to a country where prostitution is legal. (poor choice)
6.) Get a job at a gas station.
7.) Solve thousands of capcha's security things online and get paid for it.
Oh did I mention that getting a job is probably the best way?0
Most Helpful Girl
Get the education required to get into higher paying fields. Eithe vocational training, college or even Skilled Trades through apprenticeships, trades are looking for girls who want to work. I see that everyday, right now I'm doing an internship with my state DOT.
Even if minimum wages were raised to $25 an hour they still wouldn't be a "Living Wage". Why? Because it would cause an inflation effect where those items minimum hourly wage workers produce to escalate in price; then the domino effect would keep rolling uphill as skilled workers, salaried workers... The received Cost of Living Adjustments. After all that $25 wouldn't buy very much. I hear my friends who work part time or entry level jobs complaining about Minimum Wage frequently. Once they see a logical explanation they don't see as much benefit.
What I did while I worked part time at a coffee shop was asked my Boss who owned the shop if he could give me a job which paid more as well as had greater responsibility. Over that next summer he got me trained as a Barista, a little step up from wait staff, I can walk into almost any coffee establishment and get a job within a half hour if I needed to. Also be willing to work odd shifts, some employers pay a lot more to night owls! The shop I worked at paid $1.50 an hour over day shift.0