Winter part-time job market frozen by Corona

School expenses are supported by parents, but the family cannot afford to support living expenses. He passed the college entrance exam last year after four steps, and has worked all kinds of part-time jobs since he retook the college entrance exam. After class, he spent the night guard and served a bar, and also worked as a construction site worker on a day when there was no class. The money he earned was enough to pay for three meals, mobile phone bills, and textbooks. During the vacation, I ran as an instructor at an academy where I got a lot of money.

From December every year to February the following year, the “winter part-time job” market is a battleground for low-income and low-income college students to continue their livelihoods and studies. Students who cannot afford tuition and living expenses from their parents are betting 꿀알바 on part-time jobs for next semester’s tuition and living expenses. Such a winter part-time job market has frozen hard this year. This is because cafes, bars, and restaurants where young people mostly work were directly hit by the corona business restrictions. The owner is keeping his place instead of even sending out part-timers who are closing the door because he can’t stand rent and labor costs. If there is an announcement to find a part-time job, there is a desperate situation in which 70 to 80 young people flock to one spot.

These days, finding a part-time part-time job in winter is called ‘lotto.’ As of the 4th, 52 people have applied for the announcement of part-timers at a brunch cafe in the Seoul metropolitan area. It is a place where beverage manufacturing, packaging, and store management are entrusted from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and a monthly salary of 2 million won is given. Seo (18), a third-year student at Wonmi High School in Bucheon, Gyeonggi Province, said, “I’ve been looking for a part-time job with an app since about two weeks after the college entrance exam, and there is only one seat for cafe and PC room.”

Kim (51), who runs a pharmacy in Hwayang-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, was surprised when he posted a notice on a part-time brokerage app in the middle of last month that he was looking for a part-time job at a pharmacy. He left his cell phone number and asked me to send him his age and a brief history, but he suffered from a “text bomb” for the next two to three days. In previous years, 40 to 50 applicants, which would have been only 7 to 8 applicants. Many of the texts were also urgently appealing for employment. If you let me, I’ll do my best! I’m passionate and proud of my sincerity and perseverance more than anyone else.’ ‘I’m confident that my mother will be able to learn this quickly because she runs a health center. Please contact me.’ ‘I’ll do my best and be more meticulous than anyone else.’’

Only motorcycle messengers and businesses that have faced “corona specialties” such as deliverymen and delivery trucks are selected. Choi (28), who is preparing for the civil service exam, said, “I worked at the logistics center in Icheon, Gyeonggi Province, this Christmas. I studied at the school library and ate things like instant rice, kimchi, and canned tuna at home, but I am still busy.” He said, “I want to increase the number of part-time jobs because I’m in need of money, but I’m worried that I’ll have to study, but I won’t be able to stay

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