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Just looking to make a couple extra hundred dollars a month.

Already applied: Home Depot, Lowe's, Boscovs, Burlington Stores, Big Lots, ****s Sporting Goods

Don't want: Starbucks Barista, waiter or bartender

I am in my early 40's. Any other ideas?
 

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Just looking to make a couple extra hundred dollars a month.

Already applied: Home Depot, Lowe's, Boscovs, Burlington Stores, Big Lots, ****s Sporting Goods

Don't want: Starbucks Barista, waiter or bartender

I am in my early 40's. Any other ideas?
movie theatre usher, fast food delivery, uber/lyft driver, drivethru worker, full serve gas station pumper, gym front counter, wallyworld frontdoor greeter, bank teller, low risk security guard at doors like grocery stores.

Any position that puts you physically in front of a high volume of female traffic that also has a few free moments to chat them up as they are somewhat trapped into at least responding politely to you.
 

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Just looking to make a couple extra hundred dollars a month.

Already applied: Home Depot, Lowe's, Boscovs, Burlington Stores, Big Lots, ****s Sporting Goods

Don't want: Starbucks Barista, waiter or bartender

I am in my early 40's. Any other ideas?
Armmed secury guard and club bouncer if you qualify.
 

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That's 200 a weekend. Friday and Saturday. However most bouncers look like ..hippos... So I don't know your look and your body built.
Nah, no thanks. I am 6'0 and 185lbs and not a person who likes acting like a tough guy.
 

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Nah, no thanks. I am 6'0 and 185lbs and not a person who likes acting like a tough guy.
Handling ourselves is a part of life. Its a good skill to develop. Bouncing is management and security of the establishment.
 

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Nah, no thanks. I am 6'0 and 185lbs and not a person who likes acting like a tough guy.
Well.... What you wanna do? Mall cop is a good pos as long as you don't live of it. Security guard pos don't pay a lot. It is a weekend part time you want to spend woeking with the public at grocery stores, casinos. Some securities work in hospitals and clinics. You may met some nurses. Find a detail at a restaurant at night some where or even a.hotel security guard position will help. The bouncer is always at the club, you know. Women come in and go.
 

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I was just thinking, who am I kidding?

From 27 to 37 I worked on and off mostly part time (2nd job) as a front desk agent, bellhop/shuttledriver at a large 3.5 star hotel (Sheraton). In those 10 years I saw a couple thousand good looking women come to the front desk and make their way through the lobby. Aside from maybe a flirty look here and there, I never got one hookup/date from a hotel patron. I did go out with two coworkers over those ten years


Moral of story: You will see many attractive women (customers) while working a pt job in retail/hospitality/grocery, but probably won't get any dates from them

The key is; the attractive women that work there.
 

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Just looking to make a couple extra hundred dollars a month.

Already applied: Home Depot, Lowe's, Boscovs, Burlington Stores, Big Lots, ****s Sporting Goods

Don't want: Starbucks Barista, waiter or bartender

I am in my early 40's. Any other ideas?
Donate sperm.
 

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The key is; the attractive women that work there.
I wouldnt base my choice on that. Neither count on them attractive waaamen to be there in force and interested in you and dating.

If it is just for the sake of getting laid, my first choice would be bartender at a hotel-bar.
You need a job with a relaxed atmosphere (meaning women are sitting down to relax and not because they want XYZ from you and be gone 5 minutes later) and where discrete interaction with female customers is possible AND allowed.

If you are looking for plates to spin long term i´d choose something you are really good at and can show off knowledge and passion about what you do. For example selling sports gear if you are a very sportive guy or any other job where you can have a relaxed and more or less private conversation with your supposed "victims".

Dont go for the grocery where 10 people roll their shopping carts right over you while you are trying to impress that waaamen with the newly arrived cauliflower.
 

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I did seasonal work at Target, do not recommend. Women were mostly uninterested moms w/ kids.

Whole Foods was good, banged super hot coworker and it was easy cold approaching and sharing a table w/ random customers during my breaks. Easy to find things to talk about ie diets/workouts, etc. (Pre-COVID) Highly recommend.

Worked pt at a hardware store, lonely women/housewives would come in asking for help w/ some bs problem just to talk to a man. Was an ego boost sometimes but overall kind of draining. Neutral recommendation.

If you need the money I’d try to pick either a specialty shop related to your interests, a high end supermarket, or some mom & pop type business. Otherwise I’d spend that time focusing on self improvement/cold approaching.

Donating plasma pays about 200 a month, and you can read or watch tv while doing so. Lot of interesting people in those places. Bring a book.
 

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I did seasonal work at Target, do not recommend. Women were mostly uninterested moms w/ kids.

Whole Foods was good, banged super hot coworker and it was easy cold approaching and sharing a table w/ random customers during my breaks. Easy to find things to talk about ie diets/workouts, etc. (Pre-COVID) Highly recommend.

Worked pt at a hardware store, lonely women/housewives would come in asking for help w/ some bs problem just to talk to a man. Was an ego boost sometimes but overall kind of draining. Neutral recommendation.

If you need the money I’d try to pick either a specialty shop related to your interests, a high end supermarket, or some mom & pop type business. Otherwise I’d spend that time focusing on self improvement/cold approaching.

Donating plasma pays about 200 a month, and you can read or watch tv while doing so. Lot of interesting people in those places. Bring a book.
Lowe's rejected me a couple time already for seasonal work. All I have left is Burlington Stores and Bosovs (a mall department store).
 

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I was just thinking, who am I kidding?

From 27 to 37 I worked on and off mostly part time (2nd job) as a front desk agent, bellhop/shuttledriver at a large 3.5 star hotel (Sheraton). In those 10 years I saw a couple thousand good looking women come to the front desk and make their way through the lobby. Aside from maybe a flirty look here and there, I never got one hookup/date from a hotel patron. I did go out with two coworkers over those ten years


Moral of story: You will see many attractive women (customers) while working a pt job in retail/hospitality/grocery, but probably won't get any dates from them.

The key is; the attractive women that work there.
The reason why a typical guy working in retail/hospitality/grocery part time won't get dates from it is because you are lower status the woman. Female hypergamy. If you are 20 and have a really hot bod, you might attract a married 40 year old woman for something on the side.

You're absolutely right that the best perk of working a low wage service sector job is the ability to freely date your co-workers. That doesn't happen in white collar office work. No one has long tenures in low wage service sector jobs, so if a romance goes bad, it is pretty easy to escape. Also, if it is a 2nd job for you, it's not a big deal if you lose it or quit it.

I did seasonal work at Target, do not recommend. Women were mostly uninterested moms w/ kids.

Whole Foods was good, banged super hot coworker and it was easy cold approaching and sharing a table w/ random customers during my breaks. Easy to find things to talk about ie diets/workouts, etc. (Pre-COVID) Highly recommend.
Pre-COVID, grocery store approaching was a key part of my game. I did approaches in Whole Foods. I did approaches in all the big grocery chains in my area. Women who shop at Whole Foods tend to be fit and attractive. Sprouts can be similar.
 

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The reason why a typical guy working in retail/hospitality/grocery part time won't get dates from it is because you are lower status the woman. Female hypergamy. If you are 20 and have a really hot bod, you might attract a married 40 year old woman for something on the side.

You're absolutely right that the best perk of working a low wage service sector job is the ability to freely date your co-workers. That doesn't happen in white collar office work. No one has long tenures in low wage service sector jobs, so if a romance goes bad, it is pretty easy to escape. Also, if it is a 2nd job for you, it's not a big deal if you lose it or quit it.



Pre-COVID, grocery store approaching was a key part of my game. I did approaches in Whole Foods. I did approaches in all the big grocery chains in my area. Women who shop at Whole Foods tend to be fit and attractive. Sprouts can be similar.
True. We have Wegmans and Trader Joe's which are more upscale and tend to attract hotter/fitter women.
 

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True. We have Wegmans and Trader Joe's which are more upscale and tend to attract hotter/fitter women.
The more upscale the grocer, the hotter/fitter the women. Walmart and Aldi are not the best places for picking up hotties.

Lifetime, I have gotten the most dates from Kroger. Kroger is more upscale than Walmart, but it is a very middle of the road grocer.
 

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The more upscale the grocer, the hotter/fitter the women. Walmart and Aldi are not the best places for picking up hotties.

Lifetime, I have gotten the most dates from Kroger. Kroger is more upscale than Walmart, but it is a very middle of the road grocer.
You just randomly approach chicks at Kroger?
 

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You just randomly approach chicks at Kroger?
I wouldn't call it random. Grocery store approaching was a key component how I met women in the 2010s. To me, random infers no tactics implemented. When I approached women in the grocery store, I looked for an absence of wedding rings (not difficult since I attended grocery stores in singles dense neighborhoods in my same), and positive body language via eye contact and smile. Then I would ask her about something in her basket, something she was looking at, or some article of clothing she is wearing. I'll ask her some more questions, see where a conversation goes, and then invite her on a date.

It was not just Kroger. I also did approaches at Whole Foods, an Albertsons/Safeway owned grocer brand here, Sprouts, and one other smaller name grocer that had an upscale feel (think Kroger-Whole Foods hybrid).

Doing this with masks and physical distancing is much more difficult.

I'm still getting some approaches in during this crazy pandemic, though none have been at a grocery store lately.
 
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