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 Category:  Writing Non-Fiction
  Posted: September 30, 2020      Views: 6

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The difficulty to earn consistent money
"Certain Trades and Jobs, on side" by LittleIrishman

There are certain trades and jobs that should really be kept on the side on a casual and/or part-time basis.

The income from these particular trades and jobs is generally not consistent, despite workers and employees having a skill and talent, and strength in their fields.

One-off trade jobs like Landscaping, and Pool Installations, only occur now-and-again.

Some smaller and basic trade roles to earn money and pay one's expenses are offsiding for various trades and technical work, labouring roles, and warehousing-storeperson work (pick-and-pack, forklift, cleaning, and unloading containers and trucks, and warehouse work).

Then there are various sales roles of durable products and services that again are not utilised much, compared to non-durable goods, like motor vehicles, cooking utensils, furniture, and white goods (fridge, freezer, washing machine, and dish washer). These sales reps are on a small wage or salary, and/or incentives and commissions.

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Some family and friends have done Landscaping, Pool Installations, and Warehousing-Storeperson work.
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