You might see about starting in one of those maid services or start your own. House cleaning, especially in an affluent area can be very good money. When I lived in north Idaho, there was very little work. But people had summer cabins. Some of them they rented out on a week or two week at a time home. I started with I think two customers and it just spread by word of mouth. I charged $20.00 an hour, 3 hour minimum and did one house a day. Some other people who did this same thing did 2-3 houses a day. They were more energetic than I was. But it paid my bills and I felt so much more in charge. $20.00 an hour is probably very low compared to a big city. This was a little resort area and people either had no money or lots of money to have vacation cabins on the lake. Anyhow, that's one idea. I think if there's any way you can drum up a business of your own, that can be much more lucrative. But, if not, go work for a store or see about a receptionist type job. There are places that will help with resumes. Another thing I did was school bus driving. It pays well. You go to a training program....very short. I think it was a month or two long. In the meantime you could have a job at McDonalds or something...just to hang in there. School bus driving is a huge responsibility, but depending on districts, it pays very well and you get benefits once you have your own route. Often, you start out as a substitute driver, which is challenging. Another thing is you might be able to get a job in a pharmacy as a B tech. (I don't know if they have the same names in Canada) But that pay isn't bad and you get benefits. They often train you on the job and meanwhile, you can take the course to become an A tech. (a higher paying tech with more training) So, those are just a few jobs I thought of that I have done in the past before I started training dogs professionally.