Looking for an early morning job

@911Ricki (13602)
Canada
March 3, 2013 3:23pm CST
I am trying to think of places to apply that will hire me for say 3am - 9/10am. I worked at Tim Hortons for 8 years, and don't want to go back. I don't want to go back to full nights either, so 3am is the earliest, even 5am would work.
4 responses
@mensab (4208)
• Philippines
3 Mar 13
there must always be something out there for us. i always believe in these things. when we hope deeply for something, it will come. i hope it comes for you if you desire it sincerely and passionately. i wish you the best in your endeavor.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
3 Mar 13
I am looking and hopeully something comes up.
• United States
3 Mar 13
Ricki you need some time to rest. Why not concentrate on building your business and sleep all night and do your day jobs you already have. When your business gets too big for you hire a person to take extra clients and keep a percentage of her or his earnings for being the boss. Let them work and pay their own taxes as I dependent contractors. Then you could let those other jobs go when you are rolling in money! You are very smart and motivated Ricki. You could do this. You are very goal oriented and people could take lessons from you.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
3 Mar 13
I highly doubt it will take of like that, I have it for the spring, and hoping to keep a few regularly. But I need something for the winter as well.
@blackrusty (3532)
• Mexico
3 Mar 13
news paper delivery is the only thing I can thing of that early in the morning
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
3 Mar 13
Around here it's once a week, during the day. I was thinking about it though.
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
5 Mar 13
Are you opposed to working in fast food altogther or just working for Tim Hortons again? If you are not opposed to working in fast food, I would imagine that there would be a lot of possibilities because of the fact that fast food does tend to have a pretty high turnover and also because of the fact that the hours that you are looking to work during are hours where young teenagers and college students would either be unavailable or unwilling to work.