Sunday, April 30, 2017

Cashing Inn

MensXP has the best list for this purpose. Just read between the lines in the original article as it addresses possible issues for Indian users

Ten ways to make money without working

  1. Rent out a room
  2. Invest
  3. Clinical medical trial
  4. Sell stuff
  5. Earn interest
  6. Play poker professionally
  7. Take surveys
  8. Host a website/blog
  9. Become a baby/pet sitter
  10. Win the lottery
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The carriage services are filled with promises of easy money. Difficult ways to make money are harder to quantify apparently, for even articles headed that way don't quite answer the question.

Probably being an optometrist isn't the easiest way to make money nor being a logger the hardest. While most of us work for a living, the ease or difficulty of the work involved won't necessarily serve as a guide to how readily it will make us money.
Fast food workers are unskilled and so the job is easy to learn but, since the pay is correspondingly low, it is far from the easiest way to make money, while anaesthesiologists are specialists whose work is far from easy though the pay is generous.
The Telegraph UK outlines a way to get your investments to pay a ten thousand pound salary

Data scientists and actuaries are charged with making more for the company. Presumably this skill will enable them to monetise their pursuits personally though they lack the capital of the company they advise. Salary is attractive due to the importance of the role and its specialist nature.

The Simple Dollar tells us about those business opportunities that are easy to start as side incomes. It doesn't say these will readily replace a full-time salary nor that they are an easy way to make money per se.

Growing lucerne, fixing taillights, selling budgie accessories.. these are all activities for which we expect remuneration but nothing speaks to the ease or difficulty in making money. Whereas a wage earner can rely on a certain sum being in their account each fortnight, a business owner has no such surety. Some weeks profit is through the roof, others are particularly lean where no one walks through the door. There are businesses that flourish and ones that were never a going concern. It's nice to see eccentric ideas given flight in a shopfront but - unless it's just to keep the proprietor occupied - it's better to have something on offer that people want.

I like Reach Financial Independence with their personal list (and perhaps experience is the only sure measure of what is easy and hard) of both the easiest and hardest ways they've made money.

Friday, April 21, 2017

Easier is harder if you get what I mean

Doing what passes for research in century 21, I thought I could follow in a clear trajectory to going from toughest jobs to easiest jobs. Turns out that search results for easiest jobs is just today's version of mail order millions. Not that this frothiness ensures a sure mercenary touch.

The conclusions/inclusions are often baffling. For example, writers, artists and photographers would be quite interested to know they were down here. As would librarians. For the creatives, it is this question of how a field with such uncertainty and low recompense, combined with a need to constantly chase work making their task, in my opinion, more demanding than yer PAYE
Librarians may have more secure tenure but the knowledge and authority they wield is not something to be sneezed at.

Nor do I think you would become a personal trainer just because all you are doing is watching someone else working out, just as you wouldn't take Homer Simpson's job because it really does involve pushing buttons.

  1. Optometrist
  2. Freelance Writer
  3. Artist
  4. Computer Software Engineer
  5. Power Plant Operator
  6. Tour Guide
  7. Massage Therapist
  8. Songwriter
  9. Photographer
  10. Personal Trainer
This is from The Richest and the list, if I'm guessing correctly, is based on how routine or enjoyable the work is. Of course saying that writers and artists have an average income of a hundred grand does skew the whole reading of what constitutes ease. There are local examples of people who write these descriptors on their tax return who would be flabbergasted at the miscalculation in earnings, I can guarantee. And they're putting more effort into promotion and production than I am.

Despite this anomaly, which may have been arrived at my finding the mean average between the lowest paid, not exactly fluent in the language they're ghostwriting in, and sitcom writers, for instance. Noting the great disparity between what freelancers get, based both on ability and self-promotion, would be helpful before declaring something easy.

For some list compilers, a tollbooth attendant has an easy job as they are sitting and there is nothing out of the ordinary required. Doubtless this wouldn't cross the mind of others who would consider being stuck in a tiny box breathing in all those fumes is anything but easy.

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Sunday, April 16, 2017

Pushing shit appeal

Hardest jobs to fill in Australia

  1. Actuaries
  2. First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers
  3. Sales representatives
  4. Software quality assurance engineers and testers
  5. Sales engineers
  6. Sales and related workers
  7. Management analysts
  8. Computer software engineers
  9.  Network and computer systems administrators
  10. Network systems and data communications analysts
Other hard to fill positions include variations on this theme and iterations of the previous world list
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Saturday, April 15, 2017

Won't work

Hardest jobs to fill

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Hard work

Toughest jobs

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  1. Logger
  2. Flight Deck Operations (Navy)
  3. Steel Fabricator
  4. Professional Fisherman
  5. Communications-Tower Climber
  6. Bounty Hunter
  7. Domestic Engineer
  8. Aeroplane Repo Person
  9. Bomb Technician
  10. Pro Diver

Saturday, April 08, 2017


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