If you would like to earn extra income online mturk.com (Amazon Mechanical Turk) is a place to do so easily. You can earn extra income online at Amazon Mechanical Turk by doing loads of tiny little jobs. Some of the tiny little online jobs take just a minute or two of your time. I joined Amazon Mechanical Turk (for free) a few years ago already, but did just a bit of work there, earning about only …
Taking a break from Bubblews is more like trying to take a break from Bubblews for me. I find Bubblews to be an incredibly addictive site.
What to do after matric? What to study after matric? What are other matriculants doing after matric? How to apply for jobs after I have matriculated? Are there jobs for matriculants? Which university should I go to after matric? Where can I get bursaries? What things are there to do in a gap year after matric? Should I take a gap year after matric, or start working immediately or study further?
Off on a day trip to Hogsback from East London! Terry, Tony, and the boys dragged themselves from their beds and into the car. Tyres, oil, water and petrol had been checked, and all that was necessary was to get to Hogsback. Onto the …
There are always freelance jobs available for matriculants, and not just for matriculants but also for anybody else looking for freelance jobs online. The trick, though, is to know where to look for freelance jobs, how to apply for the freelance jobs, being confident you can do the work, and to be hired to do that freelance work.
There are a few different ways to make money from blogging in South Africa so why not start a blog? If you want to make money from blogging in South Africa (or anywhere in the world) it’s not going to happen unless you start a blog or start blogging!
Sea Glass for Jewellery or Crafts in South Africa. What is sea glass? Do South Africans even know what sea glass is? Okay, so just a few months ago, we didn’t know what sea glass was ourselves, but now we’re hopelessly addicted to sea glass – just like many other people are addicted to sea glass too, all over the world.
The youth unemployment rate in South Africa is frightening. Matriculant jobs are scarce. Matriculants looking for a job in South Africa are struggling to find one, or one that pays a decent income. There are too many unemployed youth in South Africa. Do ALL matriculants or those students soon to matriculate think that they are going to find a job and start working straight after they get their matric results?