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cash jobs - one hundred dollars close upSome employment is temporary or does not result in an actual paycheck. These jobs are traditionally cash only and may not include benefits such as healthcare or 401 (k) options.

If you are interested in earning some quick cash to get you through a rough time or you want to earn some money while you go to school full-time, these employment options may be for you. Some of these cash jobs may not involve regularly scheduled work times and some are often popular with younger workers, such as teenagers during the summer time.

Some of the best ways to get cash jobs are through word of mouth or advertising your services in public areas such as grocery stores or recreation centers. Experience is often a factor in securing the best cash jobs and excellent references may be a requirement. When you find a cash job, make sure you do your best, arrive on time and remain polite at all times. Ask your supervisor or employer for a reference to obtain other cash jobs.

You can build an impressive resume if you work hard at cash jobs, and they lead to more permanent employment.

  • Child Care Jobs
    The best way to get your foot in the babysitting business is to care for children you know. You can then use these references when you branch out find new clients. Many parents feel uncomfortable with the idea of leaving infants or babies with inexperienced baby sitters, so you should not expect to care for little ones when you get your first job. Start with children ranging in age from 6 to 10, and, as you gain experience, you can care for younger children or children with special needs. People with baby sitting experience can also advance to nanny jobs or au pair positions. Most jobs pay cash immediately, though long term or regular positions may develop scheduled payments based on the situation.
  • Delivery Driver Jobs
    The quintessential all-or-almost-all cash jobs can be found in areas like pizza delivery and courier jobs. These jobs are usually predominantly tip-based, which while still counted as taxable income (just like all other forms of income), they tend to be primarily in cash. Drivers for these types of jobs can routinely make a few hundred dollars per week just in cash tips, and typically earn a small base hourly pay for their services as well.
  • Lawn or Garden Care Jobs
    Many people either do not have time or the ability to care for their lawns. A popular cash job is to mow lawns, trim trees, cart debris away or rake leaves. If you live in a snowy area during the winter, you can also earn cash by taking snow shoveling jobs. The best way to find these positions is to post an ad for your services at the local senior center or recreation area. You can also post your name and phone number on public bulletin board space at churches, public transportation centers or grocery stores. As you gain experience in lawn care, you may be able to find a position as a gardener or landscaper.
  • House-sitting or Pet-Sitting Cash Jobs
    Many people need occasional help with their pets or home while they travel for business or go on vacation. Holiday seasons and the summer months are booming times for this cash business. One of the best ways to find clients is to ask for referrals from clients you already have. If you baby sit or do yard work already, mention that you would be happy to house sit or care for animals when clients go out of town overnight. Also, pet walking is a popular cash job in some areas. Some people hire dog walkers to let their animals outside during the day while the owners work. Post your information at places like veterinary clinics, animal shelters or pet supply stores to find new clients.
  • Cleaning Jobs
    Some people do not have the time or energy to clean their own home. You can turn this need into a lucrative cash job. Again, post advertisements with your information at community centers to find clients. Some people who clean to earn cash charge by the hour, while others charge by the square footage of a home or number of rooms.
  • Companion Jobs
    As the population ages, more and more older people are living with their adult children. Others are living alone but need assistance. With the proper preparation, you can turn this into a cash job. Many people are looking for companions to their elderly parents. People who live with and care for their elderly parents or family members may need to hire a companion when they leave to shop or go to work. Other people may hire a companion to help elderly relatives with house hold tasks like opening a jar or medicine bottle. This cash job may involve light cleaning and cooking as you help elderly people with their individual needs.

136 Responses for "Cash Jobs"

  • Deborah Hawsey November 20th, 2007 at 9:05 am 1

    I think that the cash jobs is just what I need. And I enjoy The Companion Sitting jobs, Cleaning for cash jobs. The House and the pet sitting. And Ithink that these are great ideas. Thank you for suggesting them.

  • jim kolb November 24th, 2007 at 1:22 pm 2

    great idea for someone like who needs fash cash.

  • angela gamble January 9th, 2008 at 5:05 pm 3

    I am on disability and can only work a few hours a week couple day’s a week. I am looking for employment but I need cash so I don’t get medical card taken away. Please help me with suggestion’s and or employment oppurtunity. I am single parent and need cash fast thank you in advance for any and all help.

  • Harold Jessup February 2nd, 2008 at 11:17 am 4

    You need to understand that when you’re on any kind
    of disability, you may be being watched by undercover operatives to see if you’re able to do jobs you said you couldn’t do.

    If you get caught, you could go to jail for fraud and/or lose your compensation or both.

    I’m currently on unemployment now and understand your need for cash but is it work a 3rd Degree Felony on your record?

    Best of luck!


  • Mario Aponte February 19th, 2008 at 11:56 am 5

    I’m currently looking for a job that pays under the table, can anyone help me out in here?

  • Peaches Monroe April 4th, 2008 at 1:17 pm 6

    To #3 – “Angela” Jan 9, 2008 5:05 PM :

    U R the type of scammer who gets the truly disabled who really need assistance a bad rep.
    UR type puts people with legitimate needs under suspicion. If you can work for cash, under the radar, then you can work legitimately! Get your lazy self out and get a job and keep your pants on so U don’t bring anymore deadbeat kids into the world!

    I hope U do get caught **********!

    A hard working, taxpayer.

  • Andy April 6th, 2008 at 10:49 pm 7

    hey harold, ***********. she’s trying to find the job to avoid having the medical card taken away meaning no felonies *******

  • mark hollan May 18th, 2008 at 8:32 pm 8

    i am looking for a cash paying job 2-4 days a week
    can not do heavy labor work as i am disabled, but
    may be able to do sitting down jobs, any help will
    be greatly appreciated. please respond to

  • carol marlow May 22nd, 2008 at 9:10 am 9

    i am 65 and disabled in a chair my husband is 72. our house burned and we lost everything. i really need to work from home due to my condition. please help if you can. we only have 60. a month for food. i really need to start earning money

  • Elizabeth Butts June 12th, 2008 at 1:42 pm 10

    I have been looking for a job for the past 6 months and I am going upset that nobody is hiring me all I get is we”ll call you and thry never do. All they do is hire teenager that does not have the experience that the older people have.

  • Tally June 17th, 2008 at 1:23 pm 11

    I am disabledf, I possess an AA in computer science and was a MOUS Trainer. In America I went to MCC and atudy BookKeeper Financial Accounting, and i am going to MCC. But with all my experience i can’t have a job.

  • Allie Thomas June 18th, 2008 at 4:55 pm 12

    I think it is sad that we live in the type of country that you can’t have a decent job and have medical care and necessary medications to sustain ones life. Other countries provide excellent medical care and opprotunities so people can have food, a roof over ones head and medical at the same time. It is a great country to live in if you have excellent health. If you get sick in this country you are considered a deadbeat. So sad!

  • Richard Calantoni July 31st, 2008 at 2:45 pm 13

    I am a 34 yr.old that has made a life change for the better of my family and can’t seem to catch a break. I pray constantly for Gods will and strength to carry me to better times to be a great provider for my 3 beautiful children. I have been very diligent in looking for work. I am very able and very skilled with excellent people skills. I just continue to do the next right things to better myself and my childrens future. I have a good background in construction and heavy construction as a: finish operator(heavy equipment),grade foreman,carpentry,glass,concrete,and much more. I never thought I would build bridges and super highways then turn around and not see any doors open up to such a hard driven worker like myself. My heart goes out to everybody who faces this dillema but yet possesses the willingness to do good things. Don’t ever give up!!

  • Michael McWashington August 13th, 2008 at 1:01 pm 14

    I Cut Grass. I have My Own Lawnmower.

  • Rosie Sweeting August 27th, 2008 at 3:51 am 15

    I am looking for a job that pays cash and is not hard. I get disability and my oldest son just went off to college and i have been in a bind trying to keep up with my bills, I am not behind and really need help with money. HELP

  • pamela johnson September 8th, 2008 at 6:38 pm 16

    im looking to clean local apartments, or homes, in my area for a hourly pay i live on the southside of chicago, please send me some job information thankyou.,

  • stevenbob September 19th, 2008 at 1:01 pm 17

    I am looking for cash on hand after the job ts done.

  • sunflower September 21st, 2008 at 5:56 pm 18

    I saw everyones post about disability and working under the table etc. Our government forces us to cheat them. They steal money from you the day you begin working and continue througout or working life – we accept it since SS told us when we retire or become disabled we can have it. My husband was in his late 40’s. It took us 2 years to fight SS to receive benifits. They said he was not sick enough — he passed 18 months later – they really mean he is not close enough to death. Then on top of that the medical insurance he received from SS we had to pay over $100 additional per month for. When 3 different specialist said he needed a certain treatment — Our government would only pay a percent and they needed our $48,000 up front. Do the math the were only giving him the max which is less then $2000 per month. And the medical did not pay for any meds – those cost us over $400 per month. Needless to say if he would of been able to get out of bed he would of worked so we could eat. Constantly robbing peter to pay paul — His last 20 mins of life cost (my share) over $548,000. I have a Degree in accounting and cannot even find a janitors job because I have terrible credit and because my husband and I were evicted from 2 places. Some months I paid the rent and some months we got his medicine. I have been homeless since his death and having to mooch of family. Not because I am not willing. But i did learn the other day if I commit a felony I will have food – medical care and a place to live then when my “time” is up – I have a PO that will get me a job no matter what. i love this country but this is total BS. You talk about pulling a scam — SS is selling you a bridge that dosn’t even exisist. But they are the government. When I was on a rant – much worse then now – i actually had on of our Congressmen implay it didn’t matter to him — he dosn’t have to rely on SS to live or like my Husband to die. 80% of people with his illness get treatment and live. To top it all off – every single month they tried in one way or another to stop his payments and when he did have to discuss something with them – he was made to feel like he was asking for a handout after he worked for 20 plus years. Sorry to rant just couldn’t let it go.

  • AJ October 9th, 2008 at 1:04 am 19

    I hope all of you on here that can’t find jobs get out and vote on Election day. The republican party has NEVER helped the working class. Please vote based on common sense and not emotion. My mom voted for Bush last two terms because he is “Christian” just like her. Look at where the courtry is now. Please vote for a politician that will have the intelligence to run the country and dig us out of this hole.

  • Tina Hassan October 21st, 2008 at 4:08 am 20

    I hope u all find a job soon, good luck. God is watching and knows all and just keep praying because only God can help u. Always be postivie about things forget the negativity. Just keep praying and never give up. I know it’s hard but that’s life. When u was a baby growing up u thought life was hard and couldn’t wait till u got older but the older u get the harder life gets. Complaining about it to anyone for sure won’t get u anywhere, or has it?

    For those who faced problems and/or are facing problems, I feel u. I know what you’re going through, but u also have to learn to let go and to forgive in order for u to move on and being better than the one who made u angry, mad, upset, is always a good thing.

    Soemone mentioned SS, it’s ok let it go God is watching and knows what happened. You’re husband is now in a better place (HEAVEN) his time was meant to come and all the money u spent, trust me u will get back all and more in time u just be patient and trust the LORD from above.

    Someone mentioned peoples skills and alot of skills he has well join the club :). I have Bachelor’s Degree in English, Associates Degree in Humanities/Liberal Arts, Certificate in (MBS) microcomputer business systems, Certificate in Nutritionist, Certificate in C.A.D.C. Certified Alcohol & Drugs Counsel.

    I’m 32 also a single parent. I lost both my jobs because it’s slow. I have been looking for a job and can’t find anything but with all my degrees and majors that I have included skills and talents speaking several languages fluently I decided to go into my own business. I don’t have a place but I do have a cell phone and right now it’s all that I need and it’s plenty to help me with my business.

    If u have degrees and special skills and talents and can’t get a job then just go out into your own business. Make business cards, send out resumes, post flyers everywhere and not just in your area, put an ad in the paper, make a website, if u have children they can help, don’t count on anyone to be there for u at all times now. People give u their support and advice on how to go about things but in reality you’re really on your own.

    For those who are really disabled and cannot work, don’t try to work. You will get the help u need from government. The government is not that crucial now. The governemnt gives u a shelter to go to if u are homeless, I know it’s not much but u still have a roof over your head. The governemnt gives people with children under the age of 18 food stamps and cash assistance those who are not working and need money to put food in your kids mouth and to clothes them. The government gives u medicaid when u dont have insurance. When u get laid off from work u do receive unemployment don’t u and now the unemployment is extended to additional 3 more months.

    Soemone said the only way is to cheat the government , well if u want to then by all means go ahead and do so but let me tell you when u get caught don’t say i didn’t warn u so!! U do the crime u pay the time. God is watching if someone steals from u, u don’t like that right ? so don’t steal from anyone either. Do on to others as u want others to do on to u.

  • Michelle R. October 21st, 2008 at 7:45 pm 21

    I am 24 years of age and I am very responsible I have a 3 year old daughter and i am also on disability as well. I want to work because my disability is not enough to takre care of my daughter the father is around but he just there for show i guess and we are married but even with my condition I still work my ass off at what ever I can and in the process hope i don’t have an attack. I can’t work cause my doctor says i AM not stable enough yet but my money is not stable enough to take care of my baby. I can do a sit down job I have plenty of experience. I am very detailed organized and also pocess excellent customer service and phone skills as well. So if any one knows a company or any thing 2 days a week is even fine, in the end no matter what I know the lord will bless me and you too that are looking as well but you must do your foot work to. Our God will never just hand it to you, you have to make the effort first. Good Luck to all


  • reggie dumas November 29th, 2008 at 11:22 am 22

    to whom it may concern i think a quick cash job is convient and help get people out of sometimes a bind and now i must ask how do i odtain one

  • Moe February 26th, 2009 at 11:14 pm 23

    drive a taxi

  • G-MOE July 14th, 2009 at 2:42 am 24

    I’ve been unemployed for the last 7 months before i was laid off i was working Masonry and earning a cool 40 bucks an hour but after the tax man came to get his share of the “protection money” i was left with only enough to pay my bills and buy my little pistolero the toy he saw at the store last week, when i was laid off i tried endlessly to find another job and on the second month i realized that there were too many people going after the same job that would barely make ends meet, i took a long hard look at my kid and asked myself how far would i go to make sure he has what he needs, at that moment i decided that i was going to get back on the hustle. Now i’m not saying that i’m out there selling rocks just to put money in the mail box, but there aint no job too big or small, it’s just a matter of time before we all ask ourselves how far would we go to feed ourselves, Do what you gotta do to get that paper just dont expect to give yourself diamonds and furs.

  • Dwaine Reynolds July 16th, 2009 at 11:34 am 25

    hoe to be a real asset your company,allso to show my responsability and driving skills.

  • Ann July 27th, 2009 at 2:08 pm 26

    Please tell me how to obtain a job that pays in cash. Thank you, I hope sending this reply is a start. I have to pay these bills.

  • Kim Canfield January 7th, 2010 at 10:33 am 27

    I am amazed at the amount of misinformation re: to Cash Paying Jobs in the U.S. The best and current information re: to this issue is to learn about the local laws ( per each state) to determine how & when an individual may or may not work on a cash basis.

    Also review your current state laws to determine how this may or may not affect your current Unemployment Benefits and /or pending Unemployment Claim. Every State has their own set of rules & reg’s as determined per local, state, and federal laws re: to this matter.

    Please stop throwing out rude & ignorant comments towards others who are seeking information. It demonstrates your lack of compassion and ignorance of this issue. Best of luck to everyone on their job search !

  • steve February 10th, 2010 at 8:01 am 28

    I am on disability and would LOVE to work again. I had a high paying job and I have a Masters, Bachelors, ans Associate degrees. I am Bipolar type 1, rapid cycling so I have no idea day to day how I will feel or be able to do anything because I may be manic (flying high) or depressed (non-functional) I would never “cheat” and take a cash job even if I could. Is there any hope for me? Bipolar Disorder is uncurable, you are stuck with it for life. Any suggestions?

  • chris February 13th, 2010 at 11:51 am 29

    I have some type of depression, doctors tried to tell me I am bipolar, but I don’t fit the description. I have been trying to find a job for almost 7 years now, and nobody seems to want to hire me. It is very discouraging. I was working full time, with 2 prn jobs before I became ill. Couldn’t sleep at all, or drive my car. Idiot doctors wouldn’t change my pills so I could sleep more than 2 hours at night. I don’t know if there are different types of bipolar. I just woke up one morning and couldn’t hardly drive my car across town to get to work. I wish you luck. I am trained as a dietitian, and there are few jobs anyway. I am resorting to going back to school, but even at that I am not sure anyone would hire me after I get my new degree. I wish you well. Chris

  • Kevin March 18th, 2010 at 8:33 am 30

    Well I am bi-polar and have been dealing with psychological probblems since a child. I can’t hold a job for any length of time and I always get some low paying job although I am decntly intelligent. Aside from the depression, I have had multiple injuries including 3 operations on my eye, double knee surgery, and other physical ailments. I applied for disability but the state pays doctors to say you are o.k. to work. I dragged myself out to my lost job where I was mentally confused most the time and had very little energy.
    I am now unemployed and the state continues to force me to pay child support even though my son is 23 years old. This leaves me very little to live on. I am declaring bankruptcy because of this.
    The so called “law” makes it impossible for men to live and then when they leave the state they are “dead-beat dads”. They have supreme nerve creating a situation and then maligning you because of their obvious discrimination.
    I don’t have an answer but I do know that they are trying to make you fall into a victim mentality. I know I am better than that even if they think that way, that is, if they think at all. The only thing I can say is have strong beliefs in yourself, the Creator, and press on. I know it’s hard, but giving up is not the answer as you all know.

  • SHIRLEY F March 18th, 2010 at 1:05 pm 31

    i think that it is a blessing that a disable person is allowed to supplement his or her income without fear of losing their benefits ..read your SS booklet it will explain the certain channel to go through..don’t be afraid to call and speak to a SSrep there is more info out there than you can imagine …iam on disability because of a job related accident..not by choice..SS has a TICKET TO WORK PROGRAM that is really a valuable tool..yes iam disable and all disable people are not out there to beat the system..so mentally, physically,or a combination of both won’t allow one to be all that they can be at some point in life ..JUST DON’T GIVE UP

  • hoofface April 29th, 2010 at 3:58 pm 32

    I know its hard…. and fair play to all of you making the system work for you rather than the square bigots… “hope you do get caught” that’s the kind of self indulgent pointlessness that’s bringing this Town down…keep smiling at what you’ve got and where you are and where you want to be…then you will love everybody else ….for whatever their trip is…. hope you get caught!!!! “hard working tax payer???? Bet your not.

  • Daniel Aldana May 3rd, 2010 at 4:30 pm 33

    Looking for work house chores,running airenes picking up medicine food from store

  • Daniel Aldana May 3rd, 2010 at 4:24 pm 34

    Looking for work to support my kids. I am a single parent looking to do house chores.

  • Nuke Girl May 17th, 2010 at 2:06 am 35

    To: # 13 Richard

    […] I read what you wrote and the skills you possess I work in the Nuclear Industry and they are always hiring people with the skills you have. They pay really well and if you dont mind traveling sometimes they pay per diem as well the money is good […]

  • Nuke Girl May 17th, 2010 at 2:12 am 36

    There is hope for all you with the manic depression and bipolar I myself have both along with ptsd. It isnt easy and I am on meds to but I work and am ok you can still be hired as long as you are taking your meds they will tell you you can live a normal life and you can dont get discouraged because work is out there I work in the nuclear industry and alot of hours just believe in yourselves. I will pray for you all and wish you all the best.

  • Balivia Price August 19th, 2010 at 8:19 pm 37

    I’m looking for a cash paying job, so I can make extra money. I dont have any kids, I can only work a few hours cause I’m disable. If any one can help Thank you .

  • Bryant Berry August 26th, 2010 at 7:10 pm 38

    Loking for a housesitting job that pays cash or anything the same.

  • Ashley Brickey September 29th, 2010 at 2:21 pm 39

    What’s sad is when you actually DO need help, and “make too much” to get it, when in reality you don’t! They almost force ppl to have to quit their job to get government help. In my case, I’m in my last year of nursing school, so I am now forced to work part-time (all weekend long w/ no break). I go to school 5 days a week, 8-5 (and 8am-8pm on 2 of those days), go to work Friday night, and don’t get off til Sunday night, go home, sleep, wake up and do it all over again. I have no health coverage because I can’t work full-time, I “make too much money” for free healthcare, and make too much for anything else like food stamps when in reality, I DON’T! They don’t take into consideration everything we pay out. Yet there are millions of ppl out there sitting on their ass at home, living off the government and not trying to do anything about it. Yes, I could stoop low and quit my job, then I would definitely qualify for the assistance, but I shouldn’t have to. These services are for ppl who need temporary help, and it’s sad you can’t get that without lying or finding a way around it. And I sure as hell would be stupid to quick nursing school so I could work more… that defeats the purpose! So, am I wanting to quit my job and get a cash job so that I can also get assistance? Hell yes I am! Am I a deadbeat because of that? HELL NO! Our government if effed up, and that’s what some of us are forced to do. We can’t all rely on mommy and daddy to foot the rest of our bills for us. When I finish school next summer, I won’t need help. As far as I’m concerned, I’m just another hard working Amercian trying to do something w/ my life so I can provide for my family. I shouldn’t have any problem getting TEMPORARY help while others use it as a way of living, w/ no intentions to change that.

  • Joe October 25th, 2010 at 11:26 am 40

    You know there is a perception in this country that to be disabled you have to be unable to move. What a ridiculous perception. What is disability. Well I know a young man who is confined to a wheel chair and works 40 hours a week and does not receive disability. He works on computers and works with his hands. Were he to applie for disability he would most likely have a bit of trouble getting it because his job for the past 20 years was never affected by his disability. This young man would probablly win because of other factors,related to his impairment, in the end but don’t think social security would not denie him they would. You know the only folks who have to worry about being watched are those committing outright fraud. Do you know most folks on disability are there because of a back injury? A severe back injury like, degenerative disc, and vertebra, and other types of disease, is for life. Thats why so many people are disabled because of them. You need your back for everything. But moving on. My point is folks think you can’t do nothing when your deemed disabled. Thats rubbish. The key is your job. If your a heavy construction worker who retires because of a back injury then you go out and do the same work you did before your injury that might be considered fraud. If your still able to do construction why did you retire? But if you baby sit, mow grass with a riding mower, or even walk peoples dogs I don’t think your in any danger of losing your disability. I also don’t think your being watched. Silly people. The people you see being, suposedly busted on video, often defeat the evidence and continue to receive their disability. Why? Because of the type of injury they have. Lets go back to the back injury. People with bad backs have good days and bad days. They might be able to even change their car tire from time to time but continual work that compromises the back flairs the pain up. So you video a guy doing yard work at home. So what. Most of those videos are thrown out of court. Now you take a video of a guy working day in and day out for months, at jobs that he should not be able to do, on a sustained basis then you have a case of fraud.

  • Jester Alston October 27th, 2010 at 12:04 am 41

    I’m an occupational therapist in MA. I work with individuals who have varying degrees of disability everyday. Your “rant” rambled on so let me suggest this:

    Every morning get down on your knees and thank God He has allowed you to have your health. In my 30yrs in OT I have never met an individual who wanted their disabling condition. Food for thought.

  • sheena October 27th, 2010 at 11:08 am 42

    I have been working for the same company for 3 1/2 years. i have a 2.5 year old son and was on a waiting list to have him put in daycare. and because i needed wednesdays off and my boss would not do that she fired me. now i am at a major loss not sure what to do?

  • Sara October 28th, 2010 at 1:31 am 43

    Sheena file a complain at HR.

  • Chantell Brown November 2nd, 2010 at 4:10 pm 44

    The reason I want a cash job is to earn extra money for bills and plus the holidays are coming up. My job hasn’t offer enough overtime, if did… I wouldn’t be searching for a cash paying job. Looking for something I can do part-time after work, around 3:30 or 4:30 starting… Mon-Thurs. I’m just a single mother trying to make ends meet.

  • Denied December 1st, 2010 at 6:39 am 45

    I’ve had nothing but trouble trying to find CASH JOB’S or job’s period that I could keep. And I think they serve their good purpose’s and bad,depending on why people want them.I had one for 5 year’s,it was the only one I ever had,and I was let go because i didn’t meet my employer’s physical body standard’s. I’ve worked payroll job’s and everytime i have, I wind up oweing more back pay to the Social Security Administration,because I’m on S.S.I. And I tried making something of myself by going to college to get off It and all It’s restriction’s.But i’m not capable of earning a college degree due to my disabilitie’s,and i’m in debt over that now as well. The payroll job’s i’ve worked, never last for long before i was let go. Because with no degree or not enough experience with one, made It hard to keep another meeting corperate standard’s. So I was let go,or turned away. And my disabilitie’s of A.D.H.D.,Epilepsy,Learning and mild depression also played a roll in it as well.And It was those same condition’s that prevented me from getting into the MARINE’S after high school.But being out of work has made me multi and extremely talented, and i’ll probable never see none of that pay off,but it keep’s me busy. and I get told all the time I got raw talent’s,but not by the people that can help me make money off them. I seen someone write that they hope people that work CASH JOB’S get caught. Like parasite’s looking for free ride’s working CASH JOB’S to avoid paying people or for shit they owe,like child support and just need to man up.When you retire, any payroll job you’ve worked their just going to take it out of your social security then. And If you choose to work cash job’s for the rest of your life, your not going to have nothing to retire with. I have kid’s; And I feel salty as hell knowing that i can barely buy them anything because of my disabilitie’s, and won’t be able to buy them their first car’s or pay for their college. I also pay for the solution to that problem emotionally, knowing that everyone else doe’s as well. Because not being able to do that for your kid’s,is nothing to be proud of.But some people don’t have a fighting chance,and have been denied on everything they’ve tried;get told you can only make $60 dollar’s a month on top of your $600 dollar S.S.I. check, and don’t qualify for anything else.I’m 35,the economy gave me a big hug at 19. Get use to it, because that’s the way it is.

  • shannon December 4th, 2010 at 11:45 am 46

    Ive been reading your posts. I am from Canada and we dont go through anything such as this. Welfare/Disabilitry income is so. Easy to get here.

    You make an appt one day to see workers and the next your picking up your check. There is a lot of fraudulant individuals here. Its very hard for the legitamote guys that work. 40+hrs each week.

    US is a great country but when there is disabled citiuzens its like fighting for food and shelter.

    Just a quick input

  • InsuranceJob December 10th, 2010 at 11:52 pm 47

    @ Sara and Sheena, Filing a complaint at HR is about all you can do but it probably won’t do much as requiring Wednesdays off at a job may be found unreasonable by the employer.

  • Rocki B. December 18th, 2010 at 11:02 pm 48

    Hello DENIED>>
    It seems we have quite a bit in common. I,too,live on a disability check and have a difficult time with finances. My credit is blown, I haven’t been able to pay any debts since I was legally declared disabled. An although I’m doing on-line college at AIU, I also fear that coupled with my physical disabilities, my manic depression and bipolar will totally prevent my future plans after graduation. I feel it may be a good thing for us to have the ability to communicate. Hell, we may even be able to assist each other, support, maybe even help with ideas for other avenues. I was making over 30k a year when this happened, I now live in a Campground because it’s cheap, but not very many commodities for my son. I hope to sell my trailer/camper and move to another state to start over. Please keep in touch, it’d be nice to have someone to chat with in the same perdicamant. Hope to hear from you, I’ll try to keep an eye on my e-mails.
    Seriously Screwed!! LOL.
    Rocki B.

  • Disablesand son that cares December 19th, 2010 at 10:25 am 49

    Denied,, I feel you my mother is disable the Government doesn’t care because she had a stroke when she was 39 years old and she work a job dropping news papers off till she had the stroke and SSI is a joke 200 a month wouldn’t wipe my butt in half the bills like light bill, food ,gas,mortgage because the disable need homes too so she has to go without her drugs to pay for the mortgage My dad makes 10.00 a hour can pay the mortgage and had to file bankruptcy to keep the house banks don’t care if your disable they want the money and screw the little guy,I’m stuck living with my parents because really no good jobs paying a living wage and I try to take care of my family as there son I don’t want to see them on the streets afraid that my mother would be without shelter with here disabled come on Obama you said we needed a change but I see none for the disable, I’m having to pay 80% of my parents mortgage and I could be On SSI with my disable but to tell you the true SSI Crap 800.00 a month can’t pay my cost of living I have ADD in a hard form of it but where I live a the cost of living is about 2k to 1,800k a month to pay all your bills ,She just has turned 62 and she can’t even get retirement because social security says she doesn’t have the hours in she need to get payed for the money she did put in the system which is total wrong,My feelings are if you put 1 dollar in social security then you should get that dollar back when you retire and don’t need the hours to get that money back

  • Crystal williams January 6th, 2011 at 1:52 pm 50

    Iam a caregive have been one for over 13 years took care Mr Alexander attorney at law he has qud i just moved here to be with my grand kids and i have extra time on my hands so iam looking for a caregiver/compaion postion/house cleaning

  • astonished January 18th, 2011 at 10:28 pm 51

    I can’t believe how sad some stories here are. I used to live in the US and now live in Canada and I see the difference in the system. I am a student but the health care has worked when i needed it at almost no real expense compared to the US. My premiums are amazingly one low annual fee. I can even buy my prescriptions and get 80% of that back on a check in the mail very quickly. It’s amazing in comparison to paying monthly insurance that still charges tremendous amounts for meds and service. Taxes work for the best at least in the health system here even if a bit higher. Maybe the US will see how important health care is one day.

  • g January 21st, 2011 at 7:38 pm 52

    can you tell me where to advertise locally for cash work? are there any free online sites to help get a job?

  • dadebeatjobs@peachesm.com February 23rd, 2011 at 7:17 am 53

    Hey peaches monroe moran, don’t be so stupid. The people trying to get a cash job is because they need money. Hence, cash job moran!!!

  • james April 11th, 2011 at 6:42 pm 54

    Idiots, stop voting for republicans. People need to vote what there intrests are now. But instead of looking at the republican party as a bunch of stealing politicians, you people re elect them. Wtf. Learn facts about politicians before you elect them. And voting for them because they say they are christians is retarded. There not your priest. There meant to handle state and federal laws and financial policy. I could go on forever but its no use.

  • Kim April 19th, 2011 at 5:29 pm 55

    I swear some of these comments kill me. whinning because your Bipolar, or depression not being able to get SSD. I am disabled from a work related injury. I tried getting my SSD I had worked for over 16 yrs as a cashier. People think a cashier only has to stand there and take money all day which is not the case. I know have a 10lb weight limit, Degenerative Disc disease,depression that I have had sense I was 18. even tried to fight to get my SSD to no avail. I have tried to work at home but it made my neck and back condition worse. If it was just one thing that stopped me from working I wouldn’t care but if your saying you can’t work just because your bipolar that’s a crock of crap cuz they have meds out there that you can take to help control that. The government tried to say I talked my dr’s into giving me the restrictions that I have. I can’t even go through my house and clean it the way I used to, I can’t go bowl the way I used to and I can’t even walk as far as I used to and yes with a back and neck injury there are good days and bad,I also have tendonitis in both my hands so 8 hours at a desk job woudln’t work for me either.
    I settled my comp case just so I could pay my bills and that money is now gone. They only give you 60 months of cash help where I live and I because I settled my comp case even with the money being gone I can’t get help yet because of the amount I settled for. Most of the posts I have seen here people can work. If I could work you bet your butt I’d be out there busting my butt getting a job. It’s because of all those that have screwed the system that the ones that need the SSD and have worked and paid into it all their working life can’t get it so I want to thank you for taking my hard earned money away from us when we need it.
    I have been unable to work for that last 6 years, I even tried to babysit my neice but had days that I couldn’t because my pain was so bad I couldn’t pick her up and she was only 9 months old. I am on the strongest med they can put me on to help the pain but because of an accident while driving not having my med that day the DMV took my driving privlage away I have been fight them for 2 years to get that back. SSD didn’t even check, my college attendance because I did go to school to learn a new trade. I have a associates degree in business administration but can’t sit at a desk long enough to do the work without being in pain to the point of having to go to the ER,or my pain clinic. Yet SSD doesn’t think I am disabled enough to get SSD. I was fired from my job in 2005 a year after I got hurt because of my Attendance due to my injury. Chronic neck and back pain is truly disabling. Yet many people don’t see it that way, to look at me on a good day you wouldn’t think that there was anything wrong unless you were to see me on a bad day where I can hardly move without being in so much pain I can barely walk. Yet by NY standards I am not disabled enough to get my SSD yet there are ones that get it I see bowling, riding bike, dancing all the things I can’t do. So yes if I sound pissed off I am. Get ur asses off SSD so the ones that truly need it can get it.

  • misty July 8th, 2011 at 5:50 pm 56

    why should someone accepting SSD get off from it so you can receive it, KIm? are you implying they don’t need money to pay for food and rent and there children? Sounds like you need to worry about your own problems and concentrate on that instead of someone else. Lol

  • Angel July 26th, 2011 at 11:26 am 57

    I just graduated college and I am still looking for a job in the mean time I need a job that pays cash that does not require being in the sun for long periods of time.

  • TaMara August 3rd, 2011 at 7:59 pm 58

    First to say everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Understanding different situations i can say some i feel bad for and the others, frankly i could care less.. Im a single mother of 2 jus turning 25 i have worked 5 1/2 yrs out of the 7 i hav even started working. I can absolutely agree in the fact that our system of assistance that we pay into when we work is all effd up! I quit my job because of the soveign union laws and the “present day slavery” i refer to it as i just couldnt do it and the fact that i wasnt even gettin paid minimum wage. anywho dshs put me in a program called wrok first to find a job and recieve their cash assistance of $400 a mnth. i was to report to the office every day before 11am to turn in a paper stating i looked for a job for 7hrs the day before. considering i had to drive from my residence at 114th st down to the building on 15th st 5days a wk to do so they compensate with a $30 gas voucher every two wks. but i was to also pay my rent of $637 a mnth. but also look for a job on this $30 for two wks. Then i just stopped reporting cause i knew if i put that effort into just looking for a job i could get one… so when i stopped reporting when i went to apply for an emergency grant to catch up on my rent i was denied even with a 3day pay or vacte notice i was still denied becuz i was put into what they call sanction when u dont report to the office every day with the job search log. so although the “program” is used to help people maintain stability and get employment how is someone supposed to keep a job if their living stability is uncertain. luckily my landlord is a really cool guy but just as i thought 6wks later i found a job but now that dshs office is refusing to lift this sanction thing for the next 28 days so i still will not be able to recieve assistance of any kind until i get through my next 28 days of work! So its okay for the drug addicts not wanting to work or just dont care peolple to report and turn in a paper every day and recieve any thing needed but as people like me who rather put for real effort and get results doesnt get the help! it makes it hard becuase i would like to get a job that i can make xtra cash from and yes underneath the table money to be able to get the things or do the things with my children we desire and not just working to have a home and food but the government is getting al my extra money every wk from my check! as for “ssd” & “ssi” is a bunch of bull as well as unemployment! its all money snatchers.. Its sucks and we all know this, there is no law saying we even have to deal in these funds every paycheck as well as the fact there is no law we have to follow the government! from day one its a money making system we have been imbeded to follow by as far back as we can think of! if i had the money i would definetly hire a lawyer and petition this is a court considering more than we know people who works there behinds off to recieve all these benefits and medical when they retire dont even live to see the day they can recieve it! because if you retire even a year early it cuts your benefits! i went to college persued my bachelors in human services two years into it 25,000 is students loans i owe and cant even afford to pay on right now! but this debt i have to fix somehow cuz they will take my income tax and whatever else they can from me if i dont! if i would have finished my last two years in the end i would have been 68,000 in debt for my education let the commercials and so tell it… Its nothing to pay off when your making lots of money after you get your degree.. Many with degrees are over qualified for jobs and cant even get work.. as well as how does it even balance when yes u make 9 dollars more then the averge or whatever the cost of living gas and everything else keeps going up on top of the fact if you make to much you will have to pay taxes on your own money every year! So again i am so so sorry to hear and read many of these stories because i am in the same boat as well… As for some others i kno the whole story isnt being said and if im wrong whatever it is youe in becuz of your own decisions! But people dont blame Obama as a nonpolitician i can say we all should realize that guy is just the spokesperson for the other chain of guys that stabd behind him but are in higher power above him! he makes a suggestion and then he has to go back to the other guys and see what they will and wont allow him to do so we just gotta giv him time and understand no matter what party is in office this whole gevernment shit is against all of us the extreme poor, the poor, the middle class and even the rich.. we are pawns on a chess board being played while they set up their next move and structure the best way to call check mate!

  • Meg August 19th, 2011 at 3:34 am 59

    I’m concerned with this country’s ignorance, its closed mindedness, pig headed views and remarks, laid back acceptance of our governments wrong doings to it’s people in need, and high show of counterintelligence a.k.a. lack thereof.

    Mind you – the Government does provide: cash assistance; free medical benefits; very cheap prescriptions ($3 or less for each prescription); food benefits; cheap housing; dental to those ages 21 and under; vision for ages 21 and under (unless diagnosed with a severe condition to your eyes vision which then age restriction does not apply – this is more for glaucoma patients and the like); school or funds to go to your certain school of choice; daycare; and a few shelters to those in desperate need of these types of assistance. That’s great and all, yet the things the government puts you through to get any of those assistance services makes you feel like your less then a person. They don’t care if you have work or school – if your in any of their assistance programs you have to go solely on their demands and schedule. You are harassed every week in order to keep your case open. If you want cash assistance – you have to either be going to school for a required amount of hours every week and/or work a required amount of hours yet still be poor. This part doesn’t bother me – earn your loaned money by doing something. Why do I say loaned money? Because eventually when you find yourself a decent job that allows you to survive without assistance from the state – your state will send you a nice little letter in the mail telling you how much you’ve cost them in total during the duration of your need and receiving their assistance and that money must and will be paid back to them. Either you pay them willingly or they take it out of your tax refunds – and they will find out and know cause they keep watch of your social security number to see if you’re employed or not and if so how much your gross income is. So yeah, FYI to all you people – you WILL pay the government back so you’re just being loaned the money. Besides that – you literally have to take a bus or drive to so many random locations just to get yourself situated to just stay alive during your time of need and assistance; and they try to keep quiet as much as possible on the types of benefits you can receive – even though you qualify for other benefits. They tell you when you come to see them and don’t care if you have work or school at the time they demand to see you – if you don’t see them on the time they tell you to see them you loose all benefits and then wait a month before filing out another form to receive benefits. It’s like getting the feeling of them telling you to ‘jump’ and your constantly responding with the phrase ‘How high?’.

    I could honestly go on and on with every little detail of why there is many negative things to government assisting. Yet, when it’s either you and your child(ren) sleep on a bench and starve or your allow yourself to feel lower and go through all those tasks to survive in some sense. God help you if you or your kids get sick. With no money and no insurance you will be turned away at the hospital; for there is no such thing as ‘Oh since little Timmy is REALLY sick and dying we’ll help him.’ No, it doesn’t work that way. If you or your loved one is dying they just look at you and say, ‘Sucks to be you, cause your shit outta luck.’

    Now I don’t want to hear from some crazy Bible thumper how ‘God will SAVE YOU!’ because God will not. No amount of praying on your knees or praying while sitting on your butt will change your poor situation. You gotta get off your butt and do it yourself. With close to 7 Billion people on this planet – what makes you think your special enough to where God only hears just your voice and only pays attention to your needs? What even makes you think he hears you at all? Now don’t get me wrong – I believe there is a God, yet I’m realistic and as I remember after we killed Jesus he really doesn’t want to talk to us aka he doesn’t want to be bothered. He wants us to earn our lives ourselves meaning we gotta stop running to ‘Daddy’ or whatever and do it ourselves. So please don’t say I need to see the light cause as the shortest verse in the New Testament states ‘Jesus wept’ yet it will be me because of how silly the God stuff is. Please; just get up and do it yourself instead of looking to a higher power to save you.

    When it comes to SSI I have this to say. There are many types of disabilities. I should know as I suffer with a great deal of disabilities myself. I have glaucoma, cataracts, Retinitis Pigmentosa (a eye disease that leads to permeate loss of vision in it’s later stages – meaning you constantly suffer with vision troubles and night blindness way before total loss of vision), back problems, severe depression, ADD/ADHD, panic attacks, constant pain and stiffness all throughout my body and joints, thyroid problems, and insomnia. I’ve had high blood pressure, gestational diabetes, and been also diagnosed as bipolar due to being on such random large medicine cocktails to try to ‘Find the right medicine to help with your aliments’ – I’ve basically been doctors guinea pig to help them understand severe depression. SSI doesn’t care though – I’ve been denied 3 times for disability. Do you know why? Because in my state – which is the highest in denial for disability benefits in the US – it’s because they want to see if you REALLY WANT IT by CONSTANTLY REAPPLY FOR IT! Doesn’t matter if you really are eligible – they just want to see if you really want it or not. And the crap you have to go through to get it is degrading in a sense. Yet you do it cause you need it – even so they still deny you. Only if you have a lawyer do you finally get disability. If I had money to throw on a lawyer I wouldn’t be applying for disability now would I?

    I’m not lazy nor do I just want to sit around for free money. I have medical issues. Heck – in several states the state gives you weed just for having glaucoma alone. Before Bush got into office the whole US allowed those with glaucoma to receive medical weed if you applied for it. So if the state finds it that you are disabled enough to be allowed to smoke something that is illegal to the general public – why am I being denied disability? I’ve started working at the age of 14 and earned my driving permit. By 16 I was going to school full time and working two jobs. I began to model and participate in career opportunity competitions. I had been 5 months away from getting certified in Technical Drafting. I kept working hard and trying to earn my way through life till my more disabling disabilities came into play at the age of 20. I never even filed my taxes till I was 20 and just allowed the government to keep the money I was entitled to claim in tax refunds. Keep it – I don’t care. My point is this – when you become LEGALLY BLIND and suffer mental challenges as I have – why do people like me get denied? So no – SSI is NOT FAIR! Yet that’s life. So I try as hard as I can to try and work, yet due to needing eye surgery last year – to save some of my vision for a little while longer – I was fired from my last job due to needing to take time off for the surgery and recovery time. This is all just a fact of life for life is not really nice nor kind unless your born with a golden spoon in your mouth and/or make a life of yourself on your own.

    Which is why I stumbled upon this cash for jobs thing. I have no job, going to school full time yet medical problems make it REALLY HARD let alone get a job, and even though I apply to jobs I tend to not find a job or they don’t hire me due to my medical problems. I’ve tried running my own home business, and even had a job for a year to be trained as a district manager for a security system company. I’m an excellent sales woman, know technical drafting, trained to cook and certified to handle food properly, student cosmetologist, learned yet not certified massage therapy, data entering, know how to work several computer programs, know some dental assisting work, know some mechanical work, great customer service. In other words I’ve worked many things to have many talents in many fields. Am I certified for many of them? No. Yet I am a hard worker willing to do many things to try and earn some cash for me and my young child.

    So in anyone has any information about cash for jobs please let me know. Thank you.

  • Brandy August 19th, 2011 at 2:45 pm 60

    My boyfriend has a job but it doesn’t do the trick when it comes to raising my 2 children, who’s dad does not pay childsupport because he got laid off. I am willing to clean houses and get paid after. I just need a start. Any suggestions?

  • Jim of the Desert August 23rd, 2011 at 9:36 pm 61

    Out here in The Peoples Replublic of California, we are taxed till we bleed. Services get smaller to citizens and bigger for those here illegally. Now we have to compete against them for Private scholarships and admissions. INS needs to look at the Colleges more closely. We’re used to fighting for the things we already earned once before.

  • amanda September 9th, 2011 at 1:10 am 62

    I have no idea why everyone is ranting and raving about SSI being the problem. I mean yeh they r a huge problem for everyone in the us that disabled but uno who real problem is in this world? Human beings. Yall can bitch and gripe all ya want about SSI bn a pain in the ass and the president bn a douch bag but who voted to elected the president? We as a people did. I mean come on ppl. Its not like he elected himself. Thts the reason I don’t vote. BC atleast whn the president fucks up I can blame Congress and everyone else tht voted. Think about it. Yall voted u basically set urself up for disaster. Meyb if no1 votes anymore things will get better. And whoever wants to get ticked off bout this comment can get over it. BC yall no its the truth. If ur goin to vote atleast have the common sense to realize tht its ur own damn fault the jackass is in office in the first place.

  • Elias Corredor September 15th, 2011 at 4:59 pm 63

    I hear many problems, not to spoil it for everyone, but you guys need to either visit a local church & follow Jesus or post answers responding to the qustion; “Where can we find a under the table job?”, because this is unnecessary. *** So the question was, “Where can you find a under the table job?” ***My best answer is: Visit a local resturant as a waiter; they usually allow you to work off of the tips as income. Most local resturants work this way because they only pay $3 – $4 hourly. They usually work with your schedule. ***My second answer is: Moving furniture for a storage company. They usually work with willing truck drivers, who pay you in cash & give a small share to the company itself. The rest is the truck drivers, because they lease a truck to do the jobs given. ***My third answer is: a local mall. They usually have kiosks (center stands), & the stands usually pay either comission or hourly. *** My last answer is Craigslist.com. You can post labor jobs such as cleaning homes, lawn care, snow shoveling, raking leaves, cutting grass, moving furniture, tutoring, baby sitting, ect… So I hope this helped you, God bless.

  • MikefromNY October 16th, 2011 at 2:49 pm 64

    I am really sorry people! Some of your stories are so sad and it seems our country just seems to get worse and worse. Right now I am unable to work because of two shoulder injuries that happened over years of hard work, physical abuse and even though I have medicaid I am unable to get the treatment I require because I need physical therapy and i’m only allowed 20 visits per year. I already used 13 on my left shoulder which is still not 100% and now they will only give me 7 for my right shoulder which may not even help since my right shoulder is worse then my left was. I am damn tired of a world that puts profits above people. Tired of being poisoned by government “via sodium floride in our water, Mercury perservatives in vaccines and god knows what else”! seeing most of us being taken advantage of and most either too afraid to stand against this or in denial because of fear! Yet we need to change this horrable system and most that are out there trying to change things think that they just need to get rid of the people “politicians, reserve banks, rich elitist capitalist” but this will not fix things in the long run! We need to end the monetary system that puts individuals above one another and if you think i’m wrong then i feel sorry for your selfish nature! God help us all to see the truth, to rise above materialism, to love thy neighbor and see that death is not the end whatever your belief system is! Believe this above all “life is just a test and afterwards we are judged and rewarded accordingly!

  • Erin October 24th, 2011 at 11:37 am 65

    I know its hard out there….I am there as well. I thought I may as well use this time to go back to school and get a degree online. There is loans and grants available….and you can further your education for a career that can be suitable to work from home thats not hard on your body if your disabled. Good luck!

  • cheri October 27th, 2011 at 3:56 pm 66

    Oh my dear God if anyone out there dare to vote republican you are beyond stupid. I do understand what you all are going thru. This system is defintely mess up. To get any type of government assistance it’s the most degrading experience one can go thru.

  • ha November 7th, 2011 at 12:36 am 67

    i love how there are people that are defending our government. which is the most obviously corrupt and inefficient in existence. think about it… abiding every law gives you nothing. breaking the law gets you three hots and a cot. you dont get a job by just following the law. but as someone earlier said your PO will get you one after committing a felony. a system based on ‘do whats right and suffer’ or ‘do everything wrong and we will hand it to you on a silver platter’… does anyone else see a problem here? example: from Ohio.
    i am working my tail off at a job. due to economical reasons im laid off. cant find job. Ohio economy rated as one of the worst in USA. nothing for months. so finally i am forced to apply for unemployment. im only 22 at the time. almost 2 years ago. whats the response? YOU DO NOT QUALIFY. Reasons? DIDNT MAKE ENOUGH MONEY. now, on to the other part. my aunt steals money from the elderly, writes bad checks one after the other and gets caught. talks her way out to probation, violates probation deliberately and finally gets locked up. multiple felonies. prison 2 years. 1.5 years later released to halfway house, given an ok job and college paid for. me? i try college and dont qualify for financial aid because im 22 and dont have primary custody of a child, not disabled, not an immigrant. im born and raised usa. pay my taxes, law abiding… so college was out. i had to loan out. heres the kicker, loans werent enough so i get kicked from class, still owing them tuition, which is on my credit report. on top of this, a chiropractor has done xrays on my back and told me i have degenerative disk disease. when i was in the army i blew out a knee. what do i get for these? an other than honorable discharge for the knee without benefits, and dont qualify for and insurance due to same reasons i dont qualify for financial aid. im going on 24 now, have debillitating pain the prevent walking or doing much of anything for any period of time but i still am strong enough to pass the doctors lame ass tests to get government assistance. all records of the knee problem was erased from the militarys systems and since i dont have insurance a doctors visit is way outta the question. only reson i got the xray from the chiropractor was because of a special. and because of the law breaking aunt. what the !@#$ can i do? i now live in wisconsin and dont know anything about stuff out here. i am living with a brother unable to find work as ive had to sell everything just to keep paying what bills i could until i had nothing left. i dont say anything about the constant level 7 pain i feel everyday ALL DAY. im 6’7″ 175 lbs and was very active and healthy growing up. then when i hit about 19 the pain hit in waves at first then became constant about a year and a half ago. i dont mention this at all to potential employers. 5 years sales experience and still no !@#$ job. ive been told “i would love to hire you you will hear back from us”… i call a few days later to check back, we filled that position already. and those bashing the people with disabilities wanting to work under the table to make ends meet grow up. you all would do the same in their situation. think before you speak. you show that you are unintelligent, close minded, hypocritical morons. “i hope you get caught and go to jail and lose all your benefits for trying to take care of your family instead of letting them starve even though your disability insurance doesnt cover rent and diapers and the food stamps is enough for about 2 weeks of groceries for you and your kids. shame on you for trying to be a good parent and do whats right.” how does that sound to everyone??? horrible right? i know this is a long post. i know there is a lot of personal info you didnt want to ‘hear’. you dint have to read. im just giving on of many examples i have. and getting a bit off my chest as well. if anyone here is from wisconsin and has any suggestions for what to do out here, aside from medical studies im working on those, please let me know. my email is 19larbear87@gmail.com

  • mike November 10th, 2011 at 4:12 pm 68

    I think its real sad how folks judge one another on here. Why all the rude comments from brown nosing so called tax payers on here. I have news for you everyone should be allowed to vent and get advice without you government butt kissing pirates low quality input! We all pay taxes one way or another the government will tax us all till we die! We pay taxes on goods we purchase everyday there are so many things we get taxed on its ridiculous we should all be tring to beat the system and we got these brown nosing lames wish we get caught and we are only tring to survive in this bull crap so called society of political crooks. And who cares about voting when if we are poor we dont have time or resources to worry about figuring out which crook is the lesser of two evils. We are too busy tring to keep our heads above water. Government dont care about us they only care about population control and money. They want a cut out of every dime we make! They are like the mafia and they break their own laws and get away with it so to all you snitches who like being government slaves live your own life and let us less fortunate people who are in search of freedom confer with one Another to find a way to survive in this stolen land!

  • KAREN BRANDT November 10th, 2011 at 7:39 pm 69


  • kimmy November 11th, 2011 at 12:53 pm 70

    if you have a 16 year old workin a part time job does that affect you food stamp balances

  • Natalie November 13th, 2011 at 5:28 pm 71

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  • kathe barber November 25th, 2011 at 2:51 am 74

    Hi, my name is Kathe Barber. I’m 62 years old. right I’m on disability and need extra cash. I have 4 children and 8 grandchildren. So I’m good with kids. years ago I used to clean houses. My experience is a/p, A/R, payroll and worked in personnel. I love data entry. I am a buyer with the state. I’m good with people. I just need to work for awhile so I can pay my bills and utilities. I don’t make enough to live on with just my disability. Please help me. I need money now. Thank you

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  • robert November 28th, 2011 at 10:54 am 76

    i have a three week old son and a daughter and lost my job due to a work related injury. i am now healthy and willing to do any and everything to provide for my kids. i have tried conventional and non -convential ays of job hunting and taking the economy into consideration i think this avenue and any other is worth a try. i am a father first and try to be the best and would like to bring them same attributes to any job if given a chance.

  • John November 28th, 2011 at 10:52 pm 77

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  • STEVEN SLOAN November 29th, 2011 at 9:29 am 78

    I hooked up with this company in NJ .. I started selling Italian ice from a push cart..Cash all the time Im very happy..On a weekend I can make 1900 cash. give them a call they can help you …Little Jimmys Italian Ice….italianice.net

  • jone hoppe November 29th, 2011 at 4:50 pm 79

    hi i have a learning disability and im on SSI i get 674.00 a moth but my apt rent 650.00 im not makeing eouch and it a one bedroom apt were i live there no other apt that is cheap as it can get my town and all the other apts is 800 to 900 and 650 for rents just for the one bedroom apts my mom live in a 2 bed room apt and her rent is 1,200 a moth .
    i dont even have eouch to buy shampoo or pay the water bills

  • BoxerRob December 2nd, 2011 at 7:53 am 80

    Think ‘support myself’ with every activity. Don’t smoke, drink, dope, kids you can’t support, cable, crime, hang out at night, associate with losers. No bars/clubs. Live with decent roomates in a cheap place. Food and clothes are free with a little effort. I went to 4 years of college on $100 per month in living expenses. I broke my back in 2 places, pain everyday. Didn’t get fat/slow. If I catch you working under the table or playing golf while collecting disability…I write good reports(college,remember) Almost all failed lives are from ‘hanging out’, drugs, booze, criminal behavior and stupid sex

  • Tai December 17th, 2011 at 5:43 am 81

    im male 45 years old looking for campanion cash job. please let me know thank u

  • Deborah Hein December 20th, 2011 at 8:02 pm 82

    Need help working two jobs just not enough ex left me so many bills to pay I can work overnights cleaning in the eagan burnsville mn area please help I can not even do christmas this year for my 15yr old son and grandbabies help

  • linda jimenez January 9th, 2012 at 10:59 am 83

    Looking for new customers to clean homes are apartments cash only need extra to finish paying my car and to get me enough many to rent me a house are a apartment living with family at time thank you linda/

  • Mars sucks January 9th, 2012 at 5:07 pm 84

    Some of us have to work getting paid under the table because with a family and mortgage and medical bills the $450 i get from unemployment won”t cut it. So until you know all the reasons behind things you shouldn’t comment. Just be grateful you still have a job. I want to work there are no jobs out there, maybe when you join the ranks of the unemployed and the way this country is going you’ll be there soon ,you will be a little bit more understanding!!!

  • robert dewayne howe January 11th, 2012 at 12:10 am 85

    Im looking for a position as a tree trimmer i have a year and ahalf of expirence in pulling brush, climbing trees ,ropeing,and flying the buckets…. i worked for daveys tree service and learned a lot.. i can use chain sawsnotch and flop trees…. i got great ppl skills….

  • Adam bridges January 17th, 2012 at 1:07 pm 86

    I’m looking for a under the table job to make cash, my son is here at st jude children hospital fighting brain cancer and I need money to keep him here for treatment and afford the bills. Can anyone please help me I can do anything heavy work I’m very strong. And if the job needs a crew I got one. Younggunn00@gmail.com

  • Robert January 19th, 2012 at 6:05 am 87

    We live in a time where a man cna work and can not even rent a place in a ghetto. Its a sad time .Its becoming normal for men to live with family till they die .I have already gone to 4 funerals of grown men that actually work in America and can not pay rent.Its some s*** I know.

  • Jasmeet Kaur Samra January 27th, 2012 at 3:19 pm 88

    looking for cash job.

  • jeemy patel February 12th, 2012 at 2:06 pm 89

    looking for cash job

  • joanne February 13th, 2012 at 9:53 pm 90

    looking for a cash job willing to babysit please help me

  • james campbell February 16th, 2012 at 3:59 pm 91

    I am 57 year old male and disabled but can get around alright. I am looking for 200 per week extra to offset my disability check each month. I am willing to do whatever you need thanx JAMES CAMPBELL

  • Michelle Jones February 29th, 2012 at 10:07 am 92

    When you are disabled you are not given enough to live on so in a way you are forced to some how find a way to bring in a little more even if it is under the table. I can’t hold a job down because on my bad days I have to miss work for long periods of time. This forces me to have to be on disability which I hate because I want more than anything to work. So what do you want me to do miss my kids birthdays and Christmas because I am stuck with this rotten disease. Why am I bad for doing what I can to give my kids something anything. People can judge all they want your lucky to be able to work and have the life you have. I was a hard working tax payer for 30 years it nearly killed me was part of the cause of my now illness so as a result I get hardly nothing after all I paid in how fair is that.

  • Asif Kapadia March 9th, 2012 at 2:43 am 93

    need a cash job. good at taking care of kids of all age, do cleaning job, companion jobs, pet walking jobs.

  • Martina Thompson March 13th, 2012 at 3:09 pm 94

    I am in need of a full time job. At the moment I am in a bind with bills. If anyone can help, I would truly appreciate. Thank you in advance!

  • stoney reece March 20th, 2012 at 11:23 am 95

    I would love to have a cash paying job but can;t find one to help supplement my income so if you know where I can find one please let me know

  • Blessy April 1st, 2012 at 1:35 pm 96

    Can you help me find under the table job?i really need a job rgth now to support my family..

  • Indre April 9th, 2012 at 4:58 pm 97

    I am 22 years old and looking for a summer job. Can do anything. Can work during weekends and full-time.

  • andre parker April 24th, 2012 at 10:33 am 98

    looking for a job paying cash i clean paint very responable always on time no days will be miss hard worker

  • InNeedOfCashNow May 5th, 2012 at 6:02 pm 99

    I am currently a college student and i live with my father. He is on disablity and the medical bills are piling up. Although he wants me to just stay in school and get my education i want to help out and take some stress off of his back. Please help me out. I am able to do pretty much anything besides lift over 50 lbs and be out in the sun too long. Thanks in advance for your time and help.

  • Tasheka Terry May 16th, 2012 at 5:22 pm 100

    i’m looking for a under the table paying job right now i’m trying to support my family 3 kids and a grandchild, i do private duty work, housekeeping,love to watch children,i;m also a cna, and a security officer also did so cashiering, and i love to cook and bake if you no anybody with work and is willing to pay cash please email me phone is broke and no money to get another one thank you have a good day.

  • carol jones May 21st, 2012 at 2:05 pm 101

    I’am looking for a cash partime live with you while i work for you and also i’am going to school at gateway for a associate degree. i will talk to you more if you are considering me working for you. Thank you Kindly! have a nice day.

  • elvira jones May 21st, 2012 at 7:40 pm 102

    I am on disability I have acerticate for nurses aide looking for 2days of work to get paid in cash I am responsible and reliable I am asettled lady I am one of the mothers of my church

  • jay May 31st, 2012 at 2:10 am 103

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  • Lavie Margolin June 7th, 2012 at 2:29 pm 104

    One, of course, just has to remember that when you work for cash, you still have an obligation to report your income to the IRS.

  • IBleedRed2 June 11th, 2012 at 10:23 pm 105

    I am having trouble finding employment and I like working for cash pay. If anyone has any ideas as to where I can get a job working with my hands give me a call… I am good at a lot of things around the house, construction, cleaning etc… Never graduated and that is why I am having trouble on my job search… Thanks

  • Toto June 15th, 2012 at 2:08 pm 106

    Well, I am Canadian, 55 years old, have hearing loss on both ears since birth at 70% loss, wears a hearing aid (1) that is 10 years old, HIV positive, unemployed since 1990’s. Only grade 12 education, English is not my first mother tongue. I receive CPP disability pension of about $700.00 a month and at one time received ODSP, later banned from receiving it. Do not have true friends to help me with how to do or what to do. Was doing housecleaning for cash, and was not in habit of keeping cash at home (at one time was robbed of $1000.00) and was putting cash in bank (big mistake, as I said, I had no real friends for guidance and legality of law about house cleaning or extra cash). Was called for interview with ODSP, told them the truth, which I did not know that mere cash is considered income, whether it was given to me or as a housecleaner. It honestly helped me buying a healthy food as I prefer to cook my own meals rather than rely on food banks. Their food is not at freshest, except canned food or few vegetables/fruit they give out to you. ODSP charged me with overpayment of $2000.00, no drug card to receive HIV therapy medication (honestly, I’m not on medication for four years now). You wouild think governments are compassionate about your needs, think twice. They will allow you to earn only $100.00 a month, anything over that is dollar for dollar. A monthly pension barely makes me go through a month, and often, second week of the month, I’m flat broke. Fear got me in, and quit housecleaning, except one I do every other week, even what I get is absolutely nothing in terms of how expensive life is today. There seems no compassionate grounds or feelings from any level of government. I always wished I’m not with hearing disablity, with deprivation of proper thinking (there’s clinical term for it, just do not remember it’s definiton. Honestly it is like I am 55, but my brain functions as if I am 45 year old thinking. I am compassionate person, never wished harm to anybody, but lot of harm has been done to me. Now, I fear for everything: from losing subsidizing housing to end up in jail. So, where does one go from what I am going through. It honestly is “hell” to live in misery, although I try not to think worse or do harm to myself. I also try to be a good enviromental citizen by collecting empty bottles/cans and get cash for it, does that means I have to report that as “income”. People, think about it, some are well off and yet get scott off being caught, some are not as smart as I am, got caught. One thing left for me is to cry my heart out and die happy death. That’s about what I deserve. Don’t want no one to feel sorry for me, because no one does anyways.

  • Gilbert Martinez June 16th, 2012 at 1:08 pm 107

    Great idea… Give me a weekend job…

  • lisa clements June 18th, 2012 at 9:34 pm 108

    I am in need of a full time job.need a cash job. good at taking care of kids of all age, do cleaning job, companion jobs.if u know were i can find one pls do let me no.i will really appreciate.
    thank u

  • ashwan June 20th, 2012 at 6:29 pm 109

    Hi,im here to do any work which pays right amount,hard worker!

  • sierra June 22nd, 2012 at 8:19 am 110


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  • Rodney Davis June 23rd, 2012 at 11:19 pm 112

    I’m looking for a job that paying under the table and also im looking something like, maintenance, janitorial, our house cleaning or if you have something like similar like buffing floors and stripping floors.

  • Marie Ricky July 5th, 2012 at 7:23 am 113

    I am a single mentally disable mom with two children mot being able to care for myself without someone around to helping me out, I have to care for my two children it is hard for me to pay for childcare and cleaning, cooking, paying rent and keep up with bills on a disability check at the same time I need some extra cash to survive on and I am willing to do a cash job two days per a week Mon and Wed it could be from 8 to 12 hours fro the day as long as I can bring in some extra cash to keep up with my family life, please help me if this is a true site I am willing to be a babysitter, dog walker or even house cleaning even though I am low energy level cause of the medication I am on please help me, I really need this help to survive, help me please or direct me on how to get some cash help. thanks in advance. Marie Ricky

  • likie July 12th, 2012 at 5:00 pm 114

    just get you some benefits from somewhere. and mooch off of others!

  • doesnotmatter July 13th, 2012 at 12:46 pm 115

    I’m ready to give up. I was abused emotionally and verbally by my boss for over 20 yrs. why did i stay? i was a single mom and i liked my job. every day i’d sit in my car and cry and pray that he’d be better that day. i had been suffering from osteoarthritis and herniated discs in my neck and back for many years, but pushed myself. i became addicted to strong pain killers in an attempt to not feel emotional and physical pain each time he’d attack me. then finally, i couldn’t go on. i became officially disabled as i was a physical and emotional mess. i was and am suicidal. i am from a large, poor, but very proud family. it kills my soul every time i have to beg for food or help from the state. just yesterday i was turned down from the state for utility help. i want to crawl under a rock and die. then i asked for a break on my college tuition and was told that it looked like i was working the system. my family and everyone that knows me would be much better off if i were gone. i know this and so do they. i’ve talked with them about it and they can’t even deny it. i’m not sure how much longer i can do this. i’m a burden on society. i don’t condemn euthenasia and i’m sorry that dr. kavorkian went to jail and has passed on. all of you who work, i commend you, but please for your sake and for your family’s sake, only work at a job where you are treated well. never accept bad bosses. you think it will pass, but it won’t. all of you are expendable. it doesn’t matter how loyal you are to a company. they will kick you to the curb like yesterday’s garbage at their first chance if you make waves. life is too short. in my case, life has been too long. there are many forms of death. one of them is physical death. another is a dying soul. in time, they meet.

  • Babsido July 14th, 2012 at 4:41 pm 116

    hi guys, I’m in dire need of a cash job. I am here on a tourist visa and need to make some money. I am a female, I’ve done just about all sorts of jobs from Receptionist, to massage, to acting, house sitting, waitressing, teaching English overseas, so I’m good with kids too you name it! I can drive, Stick and automatic, I have an international driver’s license, am of sober habits and am very reliable.

    I live in West Haven, CT.
    I would appreciate a live-in if possible.

    Please help!

  • Isabel July 15th, 2012 at 4:15 pm 117

    i am looking for partime side job on the weekends, (SUMMER ONLY) i live in the bronx, would prefer to get a weekly pay, I JUST NEED a little extra $ on the side, i have 3 children and i am not a HS Grad. please help..

  • scott peves August 7th, 2012 at 2:44 am 118

    i don’t want to do all the old stuff i want something i can run a shop

  • scott peves August 7th, 2012 at 2:45 am 119

    i don’t want to do all the old stuff i want something i can run a shop.
    I am 22 years old and looking for a summer job.

  • Rochelle Bishop August 16th, 2012 at 6:03 pm 120

    hey peach Monroe maybe what is happening to others will one day happen to you. I am disable 3 back surgery and 2 neck surgery. I was a tax payer just like you, but i never judge people for what they had to do to survive. The person who made the comment about Obama remember Bush but us in this situation and i bet you voted for him.

  • betty bunch August 20th, 2012 at 12:24 pm 121

    my husband and i are currently homeless in the chicago (cook county) area and living in a homeless shelter. We would like to find jobs paying cash money. We want to go back to where i grew up at but have no access to money at this time. We can do gardening work house cleaning,we love pets of any kind and we are great babysitters.

  • Yalonda Harris August 23rd, 2012 at 10:04 am 122

    I am looking for Cash paying Jobs.I am looking to work A.S.A.P.I’m in need of paying off my debt and this would be a great way for me to help my family with the things we are in need of.My email address has been placed on my Leave reply message.if you have any openings please send me a message.I would be eternally grateful.Thank you for this job opportunity as it becomes available soon.

  • timesha September 2nd, 2012 at 1:45 pm 123

    I need a job bad…. Under the table work… I am very clean! And I love to clean up houses! I am willing to work hard! I can be a big help to you or your friends and family! So please let me show u my work hard flow. I do baby sit dogs and kids! I am kind hearted! I respect people with everything in me!

  • vanessa September 8th, 2012 at 6:30 pm 124

    i have experince in housekeepin and janitorial can work monday thru friday weekends if needed send me a email if interested

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  • Casey October 10th, 2012 at 4:12 pm 126

    Hi! I came to VA on a add answered paper ad. They did not tell me that if you dont make sales you can’t eat and if you quit before 60 days they wouldnt send you home until after I arrived. I am a multi-talented designer, I make cloths, hair sylist for men & women, lawncare, tile, carpets, paint, janitorial/ house keeping (very clean) & carpenter. I am also a writer. I can do just about anything with my hands and if I havn’t done it I am a fast learner. I am looking for a cash paying Job or under the table. A family has been kind enough to help me with food & shelter. i have no income to help them out & I want to help myself as well as help them. You will be very pleased with the results provided. I am hard working and deticated. I am looking forward to hearing from you as to when and where I can start. I would like to thank you in advance for veiwing this reply. I would also like to thank you for your consideration.

  • TRINI October 22nd, 2012 at 11:42 am 127

    this is inregards to tax payer comments
    i agree with you in some instances that is…
    a healthy normal person who is on s.s. / dissability,
    how ever for the people who are really dissable
    legit its hard and thats due to the fact that they get screwed by the insurance company wsib … they
    are forced into bankruptcy its do or die. ITS the insurance way of forcing many disable people back to work so they can get there bonuses.And i know that YOU {taxpayer} gonna response to this , but i think you should’nt just… you need to be in the position to know how its feels. and god forbids that you ever get hurt at work… to find out how
    your contributions help you.
    good luck

  • TRINI October 22nd, 2012 at 11:43 am 128

    this is inregards to tax payer comments
    i agree with you in some instances that is…
    a healthy normal person who is on s.s. / dissability,
    how ever for the people who are really dissable
    legit its hard and thats due to the fact that they get screwed by the insurance company wsib … they
    are forced into bankruptcy its do or die. ITS the insurance way of forcing many disable people back to work so they can get there bonuses.And i know that YOU {taxpayer} gonna response to this , but i think you should’nt just… you need to be in the position to know how its feels. and god forbids that you ever get hurt at work… to find out how
    your contributions help you.
    good luck

  • Donnie Vaughn October 26th, 2012 at 11:25 am 129

    I am looking for a job under table because 401k was destroyed in 2009 and to retire i wouldnt get much back so i need to work,mechanic,electrical,plumbing,worked 15 years at taylor rental as contract writer and general mechanic,also drive boxtruck doing deliveries,can work night or days

  • mathew zmudka November 20th, 2012 at 9:31 pm 130

    I love pets i use to volinter at save a pet in desert hot springs i can work any day from 5am to 5pm

  • linda January 15th, 2013 at 5:37 pm 131

    In this day and age its WHO YOU KNOW…

  • Debbie March 28th, 2013 at 5:28 pm 132

    How can I sit here and state that I am proud to be an american, when oh life was fine in my 20’s and 30’s and then when you really need help watch out. It is not help, it is a scam. Why in the heck won’t this country help the sick.

    I just got a call from a collection agency stating that we owed $23,000 in medical debt. Interesting as Evergreen Charity cared us for $39,000 last year. People our INCOME WAS $11,900. Get real get honest. We are honest americans, you are making is so we have to be creative as to how to survive.

    I am honest, I won’t ever do anything against our laws but aren’t you The Government embarassed at your costs. Look, get real and reply real, don’t give people a bunch of CRAP.

  • leira namlem April 6th, 2013 at 11:51 pm 133

    I am unemployed for over six months. Lost welfare. Have collge degree..would welcome any job to bring in immediate cash .am in suburb philadelelphia. Have car. Please contact with info or work. Thank you

  • WOW April 15th, 2013 at 5:41 pm 134

    The guy that blasted the person on disability seeking help finding a job for cash is an ignorant fool. I cannot believe people are that cruel and agressive to people they do not know… I can only imagine how they treat thier family. People on disability are allowed to earn up to a certain amount because disability is very low and not the equivalent of a full income however if they earn too much they will lose their benefits (which could and in this case would) include medical coverage. People that think the disadvantaged among us are lving off the system are fools. 1200 a month is not living when you pay rent out of that.

  • Kadrain April 24th, 2013 at 10:53 am 135

    Hi! I’m looking for some work that pays cash I love to clean and organize homes or apartments. 2 yrs + experience. I live in Fort Myers Florida

  • Dorita Price September 11th, 2015 at 12:01 am 136

    I am looking for cash paid jobs under the table,because I need to pay off my debit to clean up my credit.I can clean house,wash clothes,iron,fold items.

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