There are dozens of ways to pick up some money on the side, and the amount of expertise and time required can vary widely. If you’re looking for some side gigs that don’t require a creative streak or a specific skill set, these seven are a good place to start. They’re relatively flexible, don’t rely on additional training and can pay out hundreds per month, depending on the time you put into them.
1. Dog walking
According to Angie’s List, dog walkers can charge up to $30 for a 30-minute walk. Staying active and petting cute animals? That’s a win. Find clients at dog parks or on neighborhood bulletin boards, by spreading the word to friends and acquaintances or signing up for apps like Wag! or Rover (which both take a cut of your earnings).
On the TaskRabbit platform, you can find hourly or project-based work for all sorts of chores and handyman tasks, from assembling furniture to picking up dry cleaning. Some TaskRabbit users will pay you just to stand in line on their behalf for stuff like theatre tickets or the latest iPhone. One survey estimates TaskRabbit workers’ earnings to average $380 per month.
3. Remote English teacher
If you’re fluent in English and hold a bachelor’s degree (in any subject), consider teaching English online. TeachAway estimates you can make $14 to $23 per hour working with high school students, especially if you’re available during hours that work for students in Asia (such as 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. on weekdays).
4. Remote customer service
Basically, you work as a customer service agent for a company for about $10 an hour—but from the comfort of your own home. Check out Remote.co, SkipTheDrive and Indeed for job listings.
5. U.S. Census Bureau temp worker
The Census Bureau is seeking temp workers nationwide to assist with the 2020 Census for roles ranging from census takers to clerical assistance. You must be a U.S. citizen over 18 and willing to complete a background check. Apply online here. Pay rates vary by area, ranging from $12 to $25 per hour.
6. Standardized patient
Standardized patients are used to help teach medical students. Basically, you’re given a list of symptoms to memorize and the students will try to diagnose you—kind of like you’re an actor on “House.” Earnings vary by location, but Nuevoo lists an average pay rate of $17 per hour.
7. Data entry
Typically, you don’t need any special skills or training to get started doing online data entry, which Time says you can make $12.70 per hour doing. Check out listings on Indeed and ZipRecruiter.
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