No, thank you.
Maybe, depends on the type of traffic. Enforcing a "Do not Enter sign" or controlling intersections.
Yes, I feel comfortable.
No, I like sleep
Yes, I can!
I would, but I usually have early morning activities
Unpredictable and hectic. It constantly changes throughout the month
Busy and semi-predictable.
Highly predictable enough to be on a work schedule I set for the rest of the semester. Only a couple activities randomly come up.
Scarce enough to work a lot.
Start at 4pm. Help control inbound traffic for an event, do security for that event, and then do exit traffic when the event is over. Leave anywhere between 9pm and 1am.
Start early in the morning. Do traffic for most of shift, get a free lunch break, then do more traffic. Leave late afternoon or evening.
Start sometime in the evening or night. Walk around the campus dorms. Leave at least four hours later.
A general event security shift ranging 4-8 hours in length. Making sure people follow the rules.
Yes, no problem.
Flexible as my schedule is constantly busy or changing. I want to sign up for shifts when I get the time to work them as no one week is the same.
A 14-day work schedule that repeats every two weeks for the rest of the semester. Don't mind that most of the hours are from 5pm to 7am.
Average 0 to 10 hours a week. A few shifts during the month. Enough for some extra cash.
Average 11 to 20 hours per week. Enough to supplement my life as I don't have many bills.
Average 20-30 hours each week. I want to work as much as I can all school year. I REALLY need the money.