My teaching position became part-time earlier this month. In order to maintain the lifestyle to which I've become accustomed, I'm going to look for some job at night to supplement my teaching income. Only problem: I've never really had any sort of retail job... I've worked exclusively as a teacher and musician for several years now. I'm in a new city with no connections in the music field, so even though I've gigged/taught privately as side work in the past, it's not an option at the moment. My questions are all very elementary: 1. What sorts of jobs should I be looking for? I'm thinking retail or waiting tables are the likeliest candidates, but I'm open to suggestions. Corollary question: How do I go about finding these jobs, short of visiting every single potential employer? 2. If I get to the interview stage, what types of questions can I expect to be asked? My interview skills are top-notch, but I've never applied for jobs like these. How do I turn my lack of experience in these types of work into a positive thing? Thanks!
Curious George: Moonlighting No, not the TV show. I'm looking to pick up some additional evening work.