questionswhat kind of part time work would you chose?

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Nothing and I are best friends. :-D If, for some reason, we had a falling out, I would do volunteer work for a charity. Or animal shelter, or something like that. Note: I have been retired for many years.

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Movie critic, but only good movies.
Restaurant critic
Travel reviewer/researcher for Frommer's, a newspaper, some website, my own blog, etc.
Importer/exporter
Professional napper
Or I'd set up an antique/collectible shop that is only open when I feel like being open and doesn't budge on prices, ever, unless I want to sell something to make room for something else

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I think I'd be a librarian or assistant in some way. I also really liked waiting tables and probably would more if I were rich enough to be picky about who I waited tables for. I think I'd write some too.

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I think I'd work with otters. :)

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The kind where I can drink on the job.
Seriously, I have always loved working outdoors. If I had a second job again, I would want to be landscaping or lighting/sound or something where I can be outside all shift.

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porn star, how hard could that be?

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I'd work farmer's market again. The hours kinda stink, but the people there are generally great, you can snag the best deals yourself, can get someone's flowers they're going to throw out at the end of the day and give them to your girlfriend... and lots of the customers are fun to deal with. The ones that aren't give you great stories.

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I could make a career out of doing nothing. I'm told I'm quite good at it, in fact.

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No question: Space Camp Counselor.
I loved Space Camp when I was a kid and again as an adult. I like hanging out with kids, particularly high school kids, the geekier the better.
I'd love to spend a few months every summer herding geeklings around camp. Pay's lousy and the food's not much better, but still seems like a great gig.

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Making nail polish jewelry and selling it at local fairs and whatnot.

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I'd probably travel around the world to be a farmhand for a year or so, then move to a new place.

I'd work my way up to coffee and tea and other such fancylike plantations.

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@mkentosh: Haha, you said "porn star" and "hard" in the same sentence.

It depends. Are we talking about like this very minute or in a couple years when I'm a registered nurse? If the latter, I'd keep working full-time and use the millions to maybe set up some scholarships for nursing students.

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Waiting tables. Free/discounted food, plus it is hard to beat the earnings per hour if you are competent.

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mebbe some kinda freelance artist? i guess i would have to get some art lessons first.

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Work @ a Go-Kart Track... for about 6 months this year i worked for a go-karting track on the weekends to supplement my full-time job. My position was a "Track Marshall" meaning all i did was seat people and watch and make sure there were no accidents. Mind you these Kart go upwards of 45mph so there weren't many dull moments, especially when no one is there and you have free roam of the track and karts :))
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http://www.lehighvalleygrandprix.com/

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I'd keep being a volunteer firefighter (which can be like a part-time job as it is) except I'd probably hang around the firehouse more with the "old guys". And, possibly head to the county animal shelter to and help out there.

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Cymbal tester at a drum factory. I will specialize in testing gongs.

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I would still do the same job I do today. I would just work for myself and not "The Man."

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I worked for several years full-time as a baggage handler for a major airline. I loved working outside, it kept me fit, and on any given weekend, I could hop a flight to anywhere I wanted as long as there was a seat available on the plane. I would do that again in a heartbeat if it was just a part-time gig.

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Probably open up a restaurant or gaming store. Love the two... maybe a cafe/gaming store that would blend better and I could have the best of both worlds! XD

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When I started college, I really wanted to major in marine biology so that I could eventually end up working for shark conservation. Sadly, my dream did not come true. :'(

It probably would be more than part-time, but if I didn't have to worry about working for a living, I'd spend a healthy portion of my money and time on shark research.

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Hmmm...I doubt I'd actually want to 'work'. I'd volunteer my time somewhere though to prevent boredom. I just don't want to have a schedule.

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I'd volunteer - I wouldn't want to work and take a job that I don't need when so many need jobs. I'd volunteer more at a library, with our farm coop, and at the kids' schools.

I'd also offer to return to homeschooling if any of my kids wanted to switch.

Mostly I'd just love to return to being a stay-at-home mom again. I work part time now as a paralegal and enjoy it, but there are days I really wish I could be home with my kids, and as a single mom I don't have someone who can swap the home duties.