Using a fishing pole and a magnet, Liz Langer once retrieved a stranger's keys from a sewer. She received $80 for completing the job. She's not a repair or maintenance worker, just a 27-year-old Ph.D. student looking to make some extra cash.
After graduating from Tufts University outside Boston in 2008, Matthew Doyle put his English degree in a corner while he waited tables, worked room service at a hotel, held an unpaid internship with a literary magazine and was a self-described "manny" (male nanny).
Langer and Doyle are two of millions of Millennials who are juggling multiple jobs and looking for creative ways to bring in extra income during a time when record unemployment has forecast an uncertain future for college graduates.
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