12 Feb Best Money-Making Side Gigs
Want to make extra cash without taking on a second job? Whether you’re thinking of starting a side business or you just want to earn a little cash on the weekends, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the best money making side gigs.
Become a Sitter
This can include house sitting, pet sitting, and, of course, babysitting. High-quality pet and babysitters can make $10-$15 an hour while house sitters can make $25-$45 dollars a day.
Become a Freelancer
Can you write? Do you have some knowledge of web design? Have accounting skills? Putting your knowledge to use is an excellent way to make cash. Forums such as Upwork can help you reach people who are in need of writing for blogs or for bookkeeping.
Speaking of freelancing, become an online teacher. With new websites like Skillshare, teaching courses in budgeting or playing guitar is an easy side gig to start. If you have a skill that you would like to teach to others, you can earn up to $1,600 a year on average.
Customer Service at Home
The need for friendly phone service is always in demand. If you have a few hours at home to devote, and a computer, then this side gig will be perfect for you. At home, customer service representatives make an average of $13 an hour.
Focus and Research Groups
Marketing professionals and doctors are always looking to test new products on people. If you have the time, you can earn $50-$5,000 per session.
Rent on Airbnb
That extra room you have may earn you some extra money. Airbnb and similar renting sites may be a good fit for you if you don’t mind a guest over every so often. Renters on Airbnb can make an average of $924 a month.
Do Odd Jobs
Apps like Fiverr make it easy for people to work with others for odd tasks like running out for groceries or fixing a window. Most people can average about a $50-$100 a week.
With new technologies emerging, it is easier than ever to make an extra hundred dollars a week, or more, with a side gig. There are dozens of more ways to make extra money that won’t involve getting a second job, it all depends on your skills and the amount of time you have to devote to your side gig!