#1: Babysitter (Clubs to which were in shockingly limited supply)
#2: Clerk at mystical things store (We didn’t have Mogwai, or frogurt)
#3: Beachfront Lifeguard (At a cove that could be filled and half-way drained with the tide. Also spent a lot of time lying to people saying that there weren't any eels. There were. Lots. They were huge. One as long as my leg. I called him Eeylop).
#4: ESL Teacher in Slovenia/Bat Counter in abandoned Medieval castle (Two different gigs, same summer/employer. Don’t ask)
#5: Tour Guide at semi-haunted mansion/barn on remote island (The island was accessible by a tidal bar - so when the tide was out you could drive across the rocks and sand; when the tide was in, well, it was an island again. When the mansion was functioning, a farmhand and maid drown on the bar when coming back in from a dance in town - they hadn't been watching the tides. The old servants quarters, where the maid would have lived, was not a place I liked to be alone).
#6: Bookstore clerk (Books! But also I was also extremely poor and ate a lot of cup noodle, barely turned on the heat, and couldn't afford internet - so I would use the city's free service which I could get if I sat very still in one corner of my tiny bachelor's apartment).
#7: ESL Teacher in Japan (I lived at the foot of a volcano, which was cool until you had to sweep ash off of everything every morning like you're living in Silent freaking Hill).