Side jobs can help you make a little extra cash or let you turn something you’re passionate about into profit. Here is a list of some side gigs that are easy to get, don’t require more education/training, and can earn you some extra income:
1. Delivery Driver or Rideshare Driver
You can deliver packages for companies such as Amazon, work on a flexible schedule, and use your own vehicle. Other food delivery services such as DoorDash and Grubhub offer similar options. There are also usually openings for drivers for companies such as Lyft or Uber in which you can use your own car, work flexible hours, and earn extra money.
Many restaurants or couples want and/or rely on high quality photos to reflect their brand or capture a special moment. If you have a knack for taking good photos and are familiar with editing platforms such as Photoshop and Lightroom, this might be an option to look into.
3. Personal Assistant and Household Helper
Through various platforms such as TaskRabbit, you can find postings for people who need a job done around the house or cleaning done around the house.
4. Social Media Content Manager
You can help manage and maintain a company’s social media accounts and interact with followers. This helps to grow business and helps a company gain exposure. It also is a job that lets you work remotely and with flexible hours.
Looking after someone’s kids or caring for the elderly comes with flexible hours. High quality babysitters are often in great demand and you could earn extra money for sitting in the living room as the children sleep.
6. Pet Sitter
If you love pets, this could be a great way to make some extra money. You can market your services such as dog-walking through apps such as Rover or Wag.
You could be responsible for payroll and, supervising tasks, and handling accounts. If you are organized and detail-oriented, this might be something to look into.
8. Customer Service Representative
You can get hired in-person or online and easily work evenings and weekends if you have a day job.
9. Rent out your space
If you have an extra room or storage space, posting the space on sites such as Airbnb or Stow It can make you extra money without much work from you.
10. Social Media Influencer
You can use your presence on Instagram to generate a following and maybe even gain brand partnerships in a way to earn some extra money.
11. Sell your things
Selling old clothes or books through Poshmark or eBay could help you free up your own space while earning money for things that you don’t use or wear.
12. Participate in Research
There are usually research studies going on that you could participate in to earn a little extra cash. Sometimes this is as simple as filling out a survey.
If you are strong in a specific field or subject, tutoring children in elementary, middle, and high school might be an option to look into.
You could freelance and work part time on articles/stories that you are passionate about or be a technical writer in that you conduct research and write content for companies and their websites.
15. Fitness Instructor
If you are passionate about working out, why not try to earn some money from it? Many people teach classes at places such as Fly Bar in order to earn a little extra cash, connect with people, and do something that helps their wallet and their mental/physical state.