While using Internet service at a local store I overheard a man discuss his job with another older gentleman. He mentioned that he earns $1400 per week working only 4 days a week. I was waiting for him to mention something regarding his petition signing job.
A few weeks prior to this event, I thought about whether petitioners got paid for getting signatures for a number of different causes. Petition signing jobs provide flexibility and excellent employment opportunities. Apparently, these petitions are valuable in supporting a measure such as helping teachers and schools to get funding.
The man shared with the older man that he earns $1400 per week by having people signing petitions. And this man claimed that he has performed this petition job for many years. I found this information interesting, as most tough jobs pay far less and are much more dangerous.
Petition signing jobs are available to those who are willing to stand outside of stores and convince people to sign a petition. Most people want some form of change, so signing these petitions show support.
Try a petition signing job today!