Ideas for a quick hire part time job for husband?

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My husband is in the mortgage industry, working for a mortgage broker. He’s on commission only and for the last 3 months he hasn’t had any closings. Now with the mortgage crisis, I doubt this would pick up anytime soon. He doesn’t want to quit doing this, but I am about to kick him out the door if he doesn’t start bringing money to the family. My teacher salary is not enough to support us. What is a a decent paying job, part time, that he would be able to apply for and get hired right away (within the next week!). He has been in car sales, has experience as a Parts/Service Manager at a dealer, and now has been working as a loan officer. He doesn’t want to return to the car business because of the low comissions in my area and the killer hours. He hated working on a “draw”.
Please no work at home options. Real JOBS only.

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    nathra s
    February 12, 2011 at 2:01 pm

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    February 12, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    I would try a temp or staffing agency.I have never used them but I know people that have in the past.The employers pay them to find applicants in all fields and professions.Check your area…hopefully that helps…Good luck!

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    Judy K
    February 12, 2011 at 4:24 pm

    I would try package handling, like at Fed Ex or UPS. Those are often at night, so he could still do his other job. Sometimes, they even have benefits for part-time.

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