By RJ Bardsley
If you currently are or have been a teenager anytime in the last forty or fifty years, you know that your life during these years revolves around part-time work and odd jobs. From baby-sitting to tutoring to garden work, the odd job is the center of your income and to some extent your social life as a teen and college student. Traditionally, these jobs came through your parent’s network, through a school official, or maybe through an employment office in a smaller town. Strangely, not a whole lot has changed over the last thirty years in the way students and teens get odd jobs. As the rest of the world has gone social – from dating, to full time employment, to shopping, odd jobs and part time work have been stuck in the past.