How to make the most out of Funemployment

Everyone knows being unemployed typically feels like a slump. However, now that we’re smack dab in the middle of the gig economy, there are plenty of ways to make some moolah without having a typical 9 to 5. One great option is ridesharing! Uber has disrupted the transportation scene hard but they’ve also opened up a whole new job market for earning money.

What’s great about becoming an Uber partner?

Signing up to become a driver-partner is super easy. Pretty much anyone
with a car qualifies but here are the deets:

  • 21 years old or older
  • Must have a four-door car
  • Must have a registered vehicle and insurance
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • Must have a smartphone

Who among your friends would not qualify to drive with Uber?

Another thing I love about partnering with Uber is the flexibility. Looking for
a job can be time-consuming between scheduling interviews, phone screens,
and scouring the web for something that isn’t undercutting my value, but
sometimes I can sign onto the Uber app and take two to three trips between
my plans! If I need to get from company 1 to company 2 anyway, why not
make some cash along the way by driving with the Uber app?

It’s also super quick signing on to pick up riders. I just turn on the app and
automatically get ride requests. It’s up to me whether to take ride requests or
not and once I need to get on with my day or life, I just sign off and close the
app.

Another thing I love about driving with Uber is how often I get paid. It makes
keeping track of my personal finances and expenses a lot easier knowing the
money I earned this week gets paid this week. I might need to spend extra
money for commuting between interviews or grabbing a new pair of formal
shoes and knowing it’s under my control to drive more is a great feeling.
Need more money soon? Turn on the app and drive!

Want to take the first step in turning your unemployment stress on its head?

Sign up to drive with Uber here!

Parks and Recreation Interview Questions

1) What do you like about the job you are applying for?

2) What skills do you have to contribute?

3) What age group do you enjoy working with the most?

4) Do you feel comfortable instructing children and adults?

5) What preparation do you feel is required to teach the class you are applying for?

6) What challenges do you anticipate instructor various ages groups and levels?