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How to Balance Working 2 Jobs at Once to Make More Money

Having a second job is a lifesaver for lots of people, especially young professionals who can’t find full time employment, or are under-employed. Extra income from a second job can help you save money for retirement, pay off your student loans, and beef up your savings account. It also protects you from the risk of losing your primary income source. If you lose one of your two jobs, you’ll still have a part of your income to tide you over.
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