If you're not getting a response to a job post, consider whether the compensation is in line with the work involved. We've also noticed that students gravitate more toward one-time jobs, even if they'd be able and are interested in working more regularly. Here's our tip: Even if you're looking for a regular babysitter, tutor, intern or dogwalker, you may want to try posting your job as a one-time job. "Dog walker needed this Sunday" may bring you more applicants than "Dog walker needed every Sunday." When you meet your QuadJobber, and things go well, you can discuss making it a regular thing. Also, put as much detail into your post as you can—especially your Job Description headline.