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This job basically pays students to go to class and take notes. Simple as that. All that is required is neat handwriting (or a laptop to type notes), and regular attendance.

Here's how it works. Many students need help taking notes during class due to a disability that keeps them from writing, hearing, or seeing well. This can be due to a short-term disability, such as a broken arm, or a lifelong disability such as impaired hearing or vision. The disability office pays other students to take good notes for the disabled students to use.

Anyone who takes this job must be reliable, as well as a good note taker, and must show up for every class. But the perks of this job are endless. There are no nights or weekends involved, and the student can take on as much or as little work as he desires -- not to mention he'll have some great notes that he can use, as well!

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