Jobs at the low end of the pay scale are often overlooked. Understandably, everyone wants to earn a lot of money -- it makes life easier when you're not counting pennies between paychecks. The problem is that, unless you're on the receiving end of nepotism, your first job isn't going to earn you six figures.
Many low-paying jobs are perfect fits for students who wants to earn a little cash or for anyone who wants a second job. Often, these jobs have flexible or unconventional hours, so you're not stuck in a cubicle from 8:00 to 5:00 every day. Perhaps more importantly, these jobs allow you to get a taste of a company or industry so that you can begin building your career.