Part time jobs while in monitoring

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Has anyone gotten a part time job while in monitoring? I can't do overtime and make less hourly so my income is significantly (~35%) reduced. 

 

I was thinking of getting a part time job in a non-nursing position. I haven't worked in any other field in years but was curious if anyone has any suggestions. I was thinking of doing my BLS instructor certification or maybe working as a tutor. 

Healer555

171 Posts

Specializes in Psychiatry.
santi_05 said:

Has anyone gotten a part time job while in monitoring? I can't do overtime and make less hourly so my income is significantly (~35%) reduced. 

 

I was thinking of getting a part time job in a non-nursing position. I haven't worked in any other field in years but was curious if anyone has any suggestions. I was thinking of doing my BLS instructor certification or maybe working as a tutor. 

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Nannies make 20 or more an hour.  We can work over 40 hours where I am after we ask permission but I'd nanny if I needed another job

Specializes in Addiction Medicine, ER, and Psychiatry.

Hello,

I have been working as a case manager/counselor in a detox facility since my license has been restricted. My company has been sensitive to my program needs and I am surrounded by people in recovery. They are holding a position for me when I can return to nursing.

It's not something I ever thought I could do, but it is rewarding. It allows me to stay connected and use my life experience.

 

TIMFY

95 Posts

I walk and board dogs! I'm no longer in monitoring but I still do it and make ~$1000-$1500/mo!

Sam_0896

45 Posts

I would definitely look at job boards in your community for elder care or babysitter. My boyfriend did uber while he was a resident, which is also a good option. 

I worked in an Amazon warehouse for 2.5 weeks when I was first referred to this program, definitely not for the faint of heart. It's fast paced and I honestly would forget about my life when I was there. I would have definitely stuck with it until my license was reactivated/got a nursing job. Super easy to get hired if you're interested. For longer term, I would have taken tutoring more seriously. You can get $50+/hr depending on demand and skill

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