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Working from home isn't a far-fetched dream anymore. In today's world where the internet allows people to connect and exchange ideas and information almost instantly with the click of a mouse, working from home is becoming a reality for many. Whether you decide to make a career out of it or it's simply a side hustle to earn a few extra dollars, everyone can find something they love to do and make a few extra bucks.
Start a car cleaning business. Washing and detailing cars can earn you quite a bit of money, especially if you are very skilled. This is the kind of work that will get you referrals if you take your time and do a really good job.
College students who are doing well in their classes can often make money as a tutor for underclassmen or high school students. Sometimes it's easier for a young student to learn from another student who has been in their shoes.
Many college students, especially those in journalism or media, can make a few extra dollars taking on copyediting jobs on the side. Local media outlets, authors, or even professors will often look for extra help especially during times when they are busier than normal.
College students who get tired of the dorm life can earn extra money during peak vacation times when residents are looking for a house or pet sitter to take care of their home and animals while they are away on vacation. Maintain the home, keep it clean, and care for their pets to make some extra cash.
Mystery shopping is a great way to make a few extra dollars on the side. The job involves visiting and reviewing the business establishment according to the guidelines. Provide the information and photographs for the location you were assigned and you will be reimbursed for the item purchased and a little extra money for your time.
If you have transcription training, you can take on a side job as a transcriptionist. You can also work as an aid to a professor or take on a few side jobs for a local legal or medical office. The better you get at transcribing, the more work you will have. Become proficient and you could have a nice career later on.
Stay at home moms who have good typing skills and knowledge of the legal & medical field can earn a good amount of money by taking a few legal or medical transcription jobs on the side. Taking a few jobs on the side while your kids are growing can lead to long-term work when your kids finally start school.
Buying and selling items on eBay can turn into a profitable career. Whether you make your own merchandise or raid garage sales and thrift stores, selling items on eBay allows you to reach a much wider audience and can score you some major cash if you know how to properly price your items.
Everybody seems to have a YouTube channel. If you're going to do that, learn how to make money at. Monetizing your channel allows you to post about things you enjoy and earn a little extra money in the process. All you need are dedicated subscribers and a commitment to post on a regular basis to keep them interested.
Do you have a special niche or something you are experienced with? Become a blogger and you can actually get sponsors who will pay you to keep putting your blog out there. Companies like to associate with bloggers who have gained a large audience and will actually pay you to keep writing.
Online surveys only take a few minutes and are a great way to make a few extra dollars. While you won't get rich taking surveys, it's not unheard of to make a hundred dollars a month or so if you are really dedicated.
If you like to take pictures, you can sell them to places like Shutterstock or Google for a few bucks apiece. Companies are always looking for quality stock images that others may want to use.
If you like to sew, take on a few sewing jobs. You can alter clothing, make simple repairs or sell your own creations. This is one talent that is quickly being lost, but many people still need the service.
Make your own arts and crafts and sell them at the local flea market. Explore your artistic talents and make a few pieces. See if there is an interest. If so, build up an inventory and spend a weekend selling your crafts. You may end up with a tidy chunk of cash.
Many companies will pay consumers to review their products. They ship you the product for free and once you provide them a quality review, you get to keep the item as well as earn a small amount of cash.
A virtual assistant helps another person manage their online affairs. They schedule appointments, answer phone calls, and emails, and perform other tasks that would otherwise take up too much of the boss' time.
Freelance writers can make a good amount of money simply by writing articles and blogs and submitting them to local media outlets. You can also find jobs on online freelance market sites that have titles that content needs to be written for.
Yoga is an exercise that can be performed anywhere and is easy to learn. Take a class or two and get certified to teach yoga in your own home. You will improve your health and earn money at the same time.
If you have the time and are proficient at typing, there are law firms that may need some extra help with transcription services. Take a few classes and get certified so you can work from home. When your kids get older, your side hustle can turn into a full-time career.
Designing websites can be a lot of fun if you love working on computers. Build a few practice website designs and then start telling others about your service. Small business owners will take you up on the offer if you're reasonably priced.
If you're a single parent and have extra time in the afternoons, you can spend time tutoring students. Choose a topic you're proficient in and let the word out that you are available to tutor local kids. Most parents will take you up on the offer if you are reasonably priced.
Many parents are stressed for time trying to balance work and family obligations. Offer a rideshare service for other parents. For a few bucks a week, you pick up their kids and take them to and from school, sports practice, and other activities.
Buy, sell, and trade items. You can find items almost anywhere and refurbish them. Sell or trade them for items you really need. Visiting garage sales, thrift stores, and antique stores will allow you to find a variety of neat items for you to work on.
If you like to spend time in nature and have your own camper or motorhome, contact your local state park or campground. Most will allow you to become a campground host if you are willing to stay at the campground full-time and perform basic housekeeping chores.
Many professionals who retire still have an abundance of knowledge they can use to benefit others. Offer your skills as a consultant to companies who may not be able to afford to hire a full-time consultant. Part-time services are always in demand.
If you want to remain active and like doing things for others, open a shopping service. Pick up a person's order, go to the store and pick up the items and then deliver them. This is a great service for shut-ins and other individuals who can't stand or walk for long periods of time.
Do you like to fix things? Start a repair service and earn a little extra money in your spare time. Electronics, small engines, furniture, and cars all need to be fixed at some point. Put the word out and have your friends bring you items that need repairs.
If you have a little money laying around consider investing in a local small business. Small business owners who are just starting out sometimes struggle through the first year. Even a small investment can earn you big rewards.
Everybody loves fast food but there are times when it's hard to get out to pick it up. Start a fast-food delivery service where people place their orders and you pick it up and deliver it to them. It's a great way to make a little extra money!
Working from home can be a reality if you're creative and are able to find your niche. Take some time and figure out what you like to do and then get to work.
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