BK wrote:If you're good with math/science, find a good tutoring gig. If you're good with computers, shell out a few bucks for a certification and you should always be able to find work in computer repair. Or if you have the skills, freelance as a programmer.
Oh right, i totally forgot about tutoring! I'm actually doing some now, but it's more of a favor to a friend of one of my close work friends. So, I take a measly $20 an hour. With my experience and my baccalaureate degree, i should be able to go for a much higher fee and take my payments in cash. You're a genius, dude!
Oh and i already work for an educational institution, want nothing to do with the private sector. Also, I can't get a BS degree because I need to come up in a feeder major for my MA program.