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20+ HOME-BASED JOBS…YOU Can Start Today!

No doubt, a traditional 9-5 job may offer more stability and structure in life, but many people love the flexibility and independence that comes with home-based jobs or micro-task jobs that can be done part time. Due to the pandemic and increased need for remote work, working from home has become fairly simple and there’s no reason why you couldn’t give it a try! This blog post was inspired by Robin Barrett’s Youtube video that mentions legit work from home jobs for people living the RV lifestyle. The video outlines over 20 remote jobs from a chapter of her book, Work From Home While You Roam. So I’m excited to highlight a few of the Micro tasks jobs below. 


According to Wikipedia, a micro job is a temporary, task-type job of all types, often booked through the Internet. Work may include web-based or in-person jobs, such as writing blogs, virtual assistant, handyman, nanny, website design, dog boarding or errands, etc.


  1. User Testers provide usability testing which is giving feedback on website and app performance in real- time. People 18 years or older can get paid to browse a variety of websites and mobile apps from home. Job seekers must have an internet connection and microphone. These jobs help companies build better products and experiences for consumers worldwide! User Testers can earn up to $120 per test. 


While the Analysia usability tester program is currently closed their website recommends you visit the following websites for similar job resources UserTesting, UTest, Userlytics, Validately, StartUplift, Usability.gov, UserFeel, HotJar.


  1.  Mystery Shop for movie theaters as a Certified Field Associate(CFA). Certified Field Associates provide secret shoppers and on-site evaluations for movie theaters. Participants get paid up to $15 hourly to confirm which trailers are played before a movie, count patrons, evaluate audience reactions, install promotional materials and more! 


  1. Resell items to 3rd party sites like Decluttr. Third party e-commerce companies pay people to sell new and used items on their website. Depending on the company they accept physical products such as books, clothing, electronics and more. Most reseller businesses provide FREE shipping for items they want to buy. Electronics are often high priority so buyers may offer to send you a prepaid shipping label. So next time you find unwanted items, consider reselling it for extra cash!

Opinion Profit Club is an online career resource to help you find jobs in the Gig Economy. We remove the confusion out of working from home. We hope you liked this info. Feel free to post your questions and comments below.  Have a great day!

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How to Find a Part time Job

As your side gig advisor job I have worked for some of America’s top companies doing customer service, marketing and student advisor positions which makes me the perfect person to help you find that dream job! 

Reading this article and watching the video below is great for you if you’re someone who… 

  • Doesn’t want to work 40-plus hours a week,
  •  Is looking for gigs that will fit your schedule,
  • Loves their full-time job but needs extra money or 
  • Maybe you’ve submitted your application but feel confused about what to do next.

If so, my goal is to help you change that because, I believe anyone is talented enough to develop skills, earn money and start a meaningful career!   After watching the webinar you’ll be more confident in getting hired for a job with flexible schedules, ideal working conditions and great pay.

During this 27 minute video presentation, I’ll discuss:

  • How to set career goals
  • Tips for getting organized
  • Best practices for Interview preparation
  • Where to look for help with Resume writing & Interview skills
  • Leveraging your personal and professional network 
  • When to follow-up with recruiters and more!

This webinar is full of career strategies I use to find legit jobs, prepare for interviews and get hired. Comment below or send us an email if you need some extra help. Opinion Profit Club is an online career resource to help you find jobs in the Gig Economy. We remove the confusion out of working from home. We hope you liked this info. Feel free to post your questions and comments below.  Have a great day! 

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The HIGHEST PAYING Work From Home Jobs in America!

The HIGHEST PAYING Work From Home Jobs in America! 

 

Working from home has become a very popular topic! One major reason for this is due to the pandemic which caused rapid changes in the economy and increased the demand for remote workers. This blog post was inspired by Shane Hummel’s Youtube video that I came across while researching for legit work from home jobs. The video outlines some of the highest paying work from home jobs. So I’m excited to share the information below.

 

  • Online Tutoring – Make over a $100 dollars an hour teaching others academic subjects, specialized skills. You can save people time and money by showing them exactly what topics and resources are needed to achieve their goals. This job is in demand because passing tests is necessary for students, parents and job seekers. Online Tutoring jobs can be done independently during your free time or through a school, college or tutoring company.

 

  • Search Engine Evaluator – Earn $36,000 – $108,000 dollars a year as a Search Engine Evaluator.  Search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing, have to make sure the results/information/answers that appears when you search online is high quality, relevant and useful. To accomplish this, companies need people to test the algorithm. While technology is improving, it does not always understand the human language. That’s why companies hire people to do research and make sure these systems are working properly. According to Glassdoor, the national average salary of a Search Engine Evaluator is $36,881 in the United States.

 

  • Remote Business Careers – This is a broad subject but the jobs which seem to be thriving are in healthcare, technology and finance. Most of these careers require formal training or work experience. You can easily work from home with Business careers in a variety of industries! Careers to search for  include Health Information Management (HIM), Website Development and Account Management. The Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that Health Information Management professionals earn an average of $46,590 per year. PayScale lists that an entry-level Account Manager with less than 1 year experience can expect to earn an average of $44,707. Web developers make an average of $72,090 per year however pay varies by state. 

 

  • Social Media Manager – Get paid for managing social media accounts. PayScale’s US data shows Social Media Manager’s with zero to five years experience make $42,000 a year. This career field has tons of growth potential! Social Media Management is one of the most flexible jobs ever. You can do this for an employer or independently. All you need is high speed internet, marketing software and a computer. Small businesses and corporations pay people to promote their services online. I have been doing this type of work since 2016 both as an employee and freelancer. It is very rewarding if you enjoy working with customers, learning new programs and creating a variety of content.

 

 

Opinion Profit Club is an online community resource to help you find jobs in the Gig Economy. We remove the confusion out of working from home. We remove the confusion out of working from home. We hope you liked this info. Feel free to post your questions and comments below.  Have a great day!

 

 


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Back to the Basics: 8 Must Haves for Working From Home

Back to the Basics: 8 Must Haves for Working From Home


Working from home was never a reality for many of us prior to Covid. However it has become quite common in the new age of technology, some people still either prefer working in an office setting or their job doesn’t allow them to work from home. On the other hand, a lot of us have found ourselves forced to work from home. 

Since most people have no prior experience in working remotely, there are some basic steps that should be followed to make your job transition more enjoyable.


Make a Work Schedule:

While most of us may have the flexibility of setting our schedule for working from home, it is better to stick to a schedule we’re used to, or our employers recommend. To not increase already existing stress, your schedule does not have to be binding. Rearrange it according to what suits you best, as long as you keep getting a considerable amount of work done. 

Develop a Home Office: 

Considering the circumstances, it is not likely that the majority of us already have an existing home office to work from. But, a make-shift space can be made. You need to have a quiet and peaceful space to work from. All you need is a table, a chair, a laptop with a working internet connection, office supplies and you’re good to go!

Have Reliable Electronics and Internet Connection:

Since you will be the connection between you and your company, and will likely need to communicate with them often, having a reliable phone, computer and internet connection is essential for you. Your working space should have an outlet and a backup electricity supply in case you run out of battery or charging. Make sure you also have a backup internet supply in case your internet is down, such as data on your mobile phone. 

Dress Accordingly:

No one will see you while you work, but dressing appropriately will put you in the right frame of mind and will increase your productivity levels. This does not mean dressing up into formal clothing like you would for a regular office, but changing out of pyjamas into at least day clothes can be a start. While you don’t technically need to do this, it can help demarcate your time from your work time and make it easy to follow a schedule and stay up to date.

Communicate Regularly: 

While, not having to see your boss or co-workers every day sounds like a good idea, keeping them out of the loop though may not be. If you are working remotely, communication with your employer and colleagues is essential. Stay in touch with them via email, instant messaging, or programs that allow you to work simultaneously with your colleagues on shared documents. Don’t hesitate to contact your team via phone or email if you have concerns along the way. 

Stay Focused:

Working from home may seem easy, but it can be difficult to keep yourself focused if you’re constantly faced with distractions such as the doorbell ringing or your family talking in the background. Keep your workspace relatively distraction-free. Consider getting noise-cancellation headphones, or use other methods of sound-proofing. If you live with a family or roommates, let them know that you are not to be disturbed at this time. 

Avoid Extra-Curricular Activities during Work Hours: 

If there are some household tasks or chores you are required to be tending to while you’re at home, schedule them according to your working timetable so that you don’t need to use your ‘office hours’ for household tasks. You need to be disciplined and able to manage time efficiently. Avoid taking breaks for cleaning or cooking and schedule time for them later, so they don’t pose a distraction while you work from home. 


Keep Your Mind Fresh: 

Working from home can over some time become quite lonely and claustrophobic, especially when you’re stuck in a routine and can’t leave your house often. Some ways to keep yourself from falling into the monotony is to keep your mind fresh. Try to set up your working space near a window so you can have a view of the outside while you work. If you’re not lucky enough for that, keeping an indoor plant near your work table is fairly low-maintenance and can have a positive effect. Keep yourself well hydrated and have healthy snacks in the middle to keep your energy levels up. 

These are just a handful of small essentials to fulfill to make working from home a wholesome and positive experience for yourself. Choosing the best environment for yourself and optimizing it according to your needs is the secret to having a successful home office.

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How To Beat The Home-Based Burnout Blues

I went to visit a friend who had quit the corporate world to start his own art-based business. This was a guy who wore, if not a suit, at least a tie and jacket to work every day for a decade. All the curtains in his house were drawn and his bed was littered with color samples, catalogs and all the assorted detritus of a home-based business. With his unshaven face and sunken eyes, he bore a frightening resemblance to Tom Hanks in “Castaway”. He leaned over and, with a wild glint in his eye, whispered “I haven’t taken a shower in three days.” That close to him it wasn’t difficult to believe but I couldn’t figure out why he felt the need to tell me.

A couple of years later I got it when I too had swapped working for the man for the pleasantly unstructured life of a home-based entrepreneur. I was on my way to a Networking luncheon and slipped some dress shoes on only to find that my feet had apparently grown two sizes. My sneakers and my fluffy slippers fit just fine but they didn’t go with my little black suit. I understood then that his confession had been more than a need to share his personal hygiene issues with me. He felt compelled to share the horror of what he was becoming.

At some point every back bedroom entrepreneur has an epiphany that they might be a little too far gone along the do-it-yourself continuum. For me it was the shoes. For my friend it was the orange water pouring out of his groaning shower head when he finally found a reason to shower.

If you’re just starting out with a home-based business and still euphoric over getting to conduct business in your pj’s or being able to take a Judge Judy break – be aware that there is a dark side. One day you, too, will run slap up against a moment of clarity when you see your formerly civilized life slipping away from you and realize that you may have taken the ball and run with it just a little too far.

It’s a tricky thing to get the balance just right. There’s so much to do in setting up and maintaining a business. And, mindful of the fact that 80% of all small businesses fail in the first year, you’re probably anxious to do as much as you can as fast as you can in order to start bringing home the goods. There are several balances to be worked out – all of them tricky. When do you outsource and when do you do it yourself? How much can you work and still have a life and a family at the end of it? What do you absolutely have to do first and what can wait? There are many excellent books and articles on what to do to set up your business. This isn’t one of them. This is about how to be as you do those things. How to be kind to yourself; available to your family and friends and enjoy life even amid the uncertainty and stress of creating your dream from scratch. How to profit the whole world and keep your soul.

So here are a couple of tips to keep you present and focused. Some are practical; some more touchy-feely. All of them useful. Six things you can do to avoid singing the Home-Based Burnout Blues.

1.Find your Purpose.

This may sound pretty basic but it’s so basic many people don’t do it. Your Purpose is not the same as your goal. Your goal is what you want to do; your Purpose is why you want to do it. Your Purpose is larger and inclusive of all aspects of your life. Why do you want to do what you want to do? Why are you uniquely qualified to do it? If you don’t know this and can’t explain it to yourself how are you going to be able to market yourself? (Are you still laboring under the illusion that you won’t have to market yourself?) Your goal may be to sell $200,000 of widgets this year. But your Purpose may be to sell $200,000 of a fine quality product with such integrity and appreciation for your customers that they will provide you with return business which will in turn provide for a good living for you and your family. Once you find your Purpose write and post it everywhere. Stuff it in your sock drawer so it’ll surprise you when you least expect it. Definitely stick it on your TV. Read it every day. Don’t lose your Purpose in the minutiae of daily tasks.

Don’t go unconscious to it. Everything you do is a structure to either move you towards it or away from it. Ask yourself periodically. Am I in line with my Purpose? Is playing with your kids in line with Purpose? Sure, if it keeps you sane and healthy and nourishes your family. Is watching back to back episodes of Cops in line with your Purpose? Probably not if you slump on the couch and come to three hours later wondering where the time went.

There’s an old Buddhist saying: “If you seek enlightenment do not waste your time by day or by night.” Switch success for enlightenment and you’ve got a pretty good mantra for business. But if you’ve been working your rear off and you decide that some mindless TV is just what the doctor ordered to rest your brain and give you a rare treat then vegging on the couch may actually be in line with your Purpose. It’s really about whether you choose the couch or the couch chooses you.

2. Once you find your Purpose plot a road map to it.

My husband and I once took a road trip which went through 8 beautiful Western states including Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and Utah . I had exactly two weeks of vacation and knew when I could leave and when I had to be back. In order to get back in time we had to budget a certain minimum amount of travel time per day and there were things we wanted to do along the way. We went to AAA and, with maps of all the states we’d pass through, we plotted the best route. We also scheduled in time for detours and hiking and just lolling around. It was a great trip. Had we just set out on the fly without a plan we could have ended up stressed out hundreds of miles away from home the day before we were due back or we could have zipped through some beautiful scenery and found ourselves with time to spare in Vegas. Not an appealing possibility.

So plan the best route to your Purpose. Take your day planner or a long sheet of paper and break your day up into appointment blocks. Two hour increments work great. These appointments are not negotiable so be on time and ready to go. Make appointments with yourself to do the tasks you have prioritized. While you’re at it make appointments to clean house, do yoga and walk the dog. Write them down. Otherwise time will seduce you. These are contracts with yourself and you need to keep them with as much integrity as you’d keep any contracts with clients. No matter how much fun you’re having doing a task it should end when it’s supposed to end. It shouldn’t take on a life of its own. In fact, the more you like doing it the more structure you need surrounding it. We all like to do pleasant things that we’re good at. But they may not be what needs to be done right now. Have definite starting and ending times for your day. Make yourself an appointment for something active every few hours so you’re not sitting on the phone or computer for 12 hours straight. If you have a problem with forgetting to eat or drink enough water – schedule those too. I might schedule two hours of writing on my articles then a half hour appointment to clean the kitchen which would stretch me and get my circulation moving (and get the kitchen cleaned!). Back to the computer for answering e-mails and client paperwork and bookkeeping. Another hour scheduled for a quick lunch and walk in the park with the dog. Client phone sessions would be scheduled with ten minute breaks in between. Finish work at 6 PM. I could easily work until 11 PM and have done many times. But that’s not healthy and not sustainable especially as I share my life and home with others. My particular Purpose includes having the energy and peace of mind to enjoy the results of all my hard work at the end of the day.

3.Put it in writing. Put what in writing, you ask?

Everything. Purpose. Ideas. Outlines. Lists. Deadlines. Goals. Studies show, by the way, that only 3% of us write down our goals. But of the 3% of entrepreneurs who do write down their goals a stunning 97% achieve them. Get this stuff out of your head and onto paper. Make it real. You’ll save energy because you won’t have to worry about forgetting things or keeping track of ideas. So find a system and run with it. Get a Daily Planner. Don’t forget to write down your Mission statement, Vision statement and Business and Marketing Plans. Look at them weekly.

4.Value yourself.

Figure out your hourly rate and factor that in to every decision you make. I mean every decision. It’s great to be able to build your own website. You can save a bundle if you’re already computer-savvy and there are many excellent softwares which will help you. I made my first with a program I got from my website host. I put $14.95 on my credit card, downloaded it and within minutes was working on my site. I did it myself and it looked decent. But it took me close to six weeks. I wasn’t working on it full-time but when I wasn’t I was thinking about it. It was a lot of fun and a major distraction. There was a learning curve so I first had to learn the software then implement it. I knew nothing about color or fonts or placement or keywords or meta tags. I lost time that I should have been using for marketing and in the end the whole exercise was more a character building exercise than a website building exercise. I survived and so did my site. But had I added up all the hours I worked on it (including the “hidden” hours when I got up at 3 AM to fiddle with it) and paid myself I probably didn’t save any money and I would have gotten a more professional looking site with a designer.

When you decide whether to do something yourself or outsource it be sure to also factor in the time it takes to learn the software. This can be substantial. Add up the missed marketing and promotional opportunities and add in the stress and aggravation factor. If you want to outsource design work try a community bulletin board like Craigslist.org ( a stomping ground for many unemployed web designers). There’s now a Craigslist in pretty much every major city. Remember, too, that you don’t need to even have a web designer living in your home state unless you plan on suing them over the end product. elance.com. is also great for home entrepreneurs. You can post your project online and receive bids from vendors. Check out their portfolios; interview them and go with the right one. If you’re good with graphics and hellbent on designing your site and cards, letterheads etc. yourself set a deadline and stick to it. When I was starting out I figured out my hourly rate was about $75.00. I got in the habit of calculating how long it would take me to do something; learn the software and experiment by trial and error. I tried to factor in the frustration factor to me and the lost time to my family and other areas of my life. If I could hire a professional to do it for less I farmed it out.

5.Which brings us to money. Don’t get caught in the “I can’t afford it” trap. You may not have much money to spend but everyone has a little. Allocate it wisely. You have to spend money to make money. Maybe this is a Universal law because it thins the herd right at the outset. If you don’t invest in yourself why should anyone else? Most of us have an ego mind which has mixed feelings about our success. One way to put a tripwire in front of what should be our stunning rush to success is to tell ourselves we can’t afford to do what we know we need to do. Then it’s not our fault if we don’t make it. We didn’t make the cut because we didn’t have the money to start our business right not because we were afraid or unwilling to risk.

If you don’t have the money to pay for something – barter it or ask for terms. Get a credit card and use it specifically for start-up expenses. Getting into a little debt isn’t so terrible.

If you have equity on your house take out a home equity loan or refinance it. Talk to a relative and ask them to swing you a short-term loan. There are many organizations out there which will loan to small businesses with a Business Plan. (You do have a Business Plan, don’t you?) Try Charo. The SBA is also a great resource. Come from a place of abundance (hope) and not scarcity (fear). Assume and believe in your success. Then take the steps you need to take to be successful. There are certain elemental things you’ll need for start-up. Website. Business cards. Phone line. Make a list of bare necessities and find a way to pay for them. Don’t buy or invest in anything else no matter how interesting or fun it might be until you’ve covered the basics.

6.Build a team and a support system.

A one man band can usually play many instruments passably but none of them well. Find out what you do well and get help with the rest. Even if it’s only online. Find people you can network with locally. There’s probably a professional organization you can join. If not – join Toastmasters or your local Chamber of Commerce. Ask for help. Get a Coach. If funds are tight do a Google search for Training institutions for Coaches. Contact them and say you would like some pro bono coaching and ask to be put in touch with a student Coach. Most Coaches starting out need all the experience they can get and it’s difficult getting people to pay you when you don’t have a track record. In addition, if Coaches are going to go for ICF certification they need a ridiculous amount of verifiable Coaching hours to qualify. If you’re persistent you should easily find a Coach who will offer pro bono or at least a substantial sliding scale discount.

Get out of the house and rub shoulders with people who are doing what you’re doing. Ask for feedback. Do you know how many people would like to help you to succeed? Do you know how good it feels to give support to someone struggling to make something of their lives? Give your friends, and even strangers, this opportunity. Find someone you admire in your field and write or call them. Tell them you would like to be where they are. Ask if they have any words of advice. If they respond be sure to send them a thank-you letter. Then follow-up and let them know how their advice has helped you. Don’t fall into limiting belief scripts that they wouldn’t be interested; you’re bothering them etc. Don’t make their decisions for them. Think how you’d feel if your expertise helped someone and they took the time to thank you. You breathe the same air as your mentors.

Finally, when you hit a roadblock be kind to yourself. Setbacks can hurt. Faith in anything, God, ourselves, the future is a solitary pursuit. Keep in mind that every moment is a fresh one and carries within it the seeds of tremendous fortune and change. The next contact you make could turn your life around.

Your life isn’t wallpaper to your daily grind. It goes on whether you pay attention to it or not. Might as well be aware and alive to all possibilities. Best to stay awake if you want to reach your dreams.

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5 Legitimate Ways to Earn Extra Money Online

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18 WAYS TO CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH

By: Kayla McDonald

Since the 1970s, the month of February has been focused on celebrating the Black community. Black History Month is celebrated across the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany and Netherlands by highlighting the rich culture, history,  talents and contributions that African Americans have made to society.

As a woman of color, I am proud to offer you eighteen ideas for celebrating Black history this year.

Here are 18 ways you can celebrate Black History Month:

  1. Make a purchase at a Black-owned business or organization

  2. Teach African American students about vocational careers 

  3. Highlight the past or present accomplishments of Black team members 

  4. Attend or host a Black culture event in your community

  5. Share this article on social media

  6. Read a biography of an influential Black figure

  7. Call out racism and prejudice in your community

  8. Study the African Diaspora

  9. Learn more about a Black author

  10.  Volunteer to help support a social cause for the Black community 

  11.  Donate to an Historically Black College or University

  12.   Introduce an emerging leader in the Black community to your audience 

  13.  Learn about an unsung hero of Black history

  14.  Discuss what you’ve learned about Black history with your loved ones

  15.  Encourage healthy conversations about Black history in the workplace 

  16.  Visit a Black History or Civil Rights Museum in your local area

  17.  Support a Black creative (artist, poet, local musician, etc.)

  18. Trace the history of various industries and discuss how it impacts today’s society

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The 3 Best Side Hustles, for 2021

The 3 Best Side Hustles, for 2021

 

By: Kayla McDonald

 

Were you forced to stay home in 2020? Did your job cut hours due to Covid-19? Are you enjoying the time freedom but still needing extra money? If so, you’ve come to the right place.

Government shutdowns and unemployment has changed the job market forcing people to work from home and search for different ways to make money. One of the most popular methods to make extra money is called a side hustle or side gig. Side Gigs allow people to monetize their talents and special interests. Monetizing skills you already have is a great idea and convenient way to start a new career from home. But if you never sold anything or been paid for doing a simple task  –– you may feel overwhelmed. That’s what inspired me five years ago, to develop a career guide with ten side hustles that people of any age can start from home. 

 

In honor of what may be your 2021 New Year’s resolution, I’m listing my top picks of the best side hustles to jumpstart your career!

 

The 3 Best Side Hustles, according to Opinion Profit Club 

1. Arts & Crafts Jobs – 

The Art & Design industry is where many creative ideas are born and transformed into products or services. Money can be made doing things you enjoy like writing, drawing, painting and sewing. People in the arts who have these skills can get paid to write essays, advertising copy, video scripts and music. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Fine Artists, including Painters, Sculptors, and Illustrators earn an average of $63,060 a year. Love to draw? Start your career by designing t-shirts or company logos for a local business. Professional painting opportunities are growing with the real estate industry. You can get experience with residential painting by volunteering to help family, friends and nonprofit organizations paint homes. As you improve, offer to do paid gigs as a professional painter. Furthermore, people who craft can get paid for home-made creations. This is a side hustle people normally do as a hobby. Paid opportunities for arts and crafts projects often get overlooked. People who sell quilts, holiday wreaths, sculptors and custom items are making lots of money on websites like Etsy.

 

2. Auto Detailing Jobs – 

The Automotive industry includes the design, maintenance and sale of vehicles. If you have an interest in anything with wheels like bikes, cars, and trucks, it’s a good chance you may excel in this industry! Automobiles are very important to the progression of society. They allow  us to travel and deliver goods & services. Careers in auto detailing are necessary in order to develop vehicles and keep it operating properly. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Automotive Body and Related Repairers earn an average of $47,390 a year. Exploring a career in “Auto detailing” is a great way to make money from home. You can get started in this profession by hand-washing cars and vacuuming vehicles in your neighborhood. Use your spare time to learn about auto paints and how chemicals react to them. Newbies can practice by offering auto detailing services at no cost. As your skills improve you can charge a fee for hand-washing and vacuuming the interior of cars in your area. 

 

3. Lawncare & Gardening Jobs –
The Lawn Care industry is a form of landscaping that is focused on managing grass or soil portions of land. While homeowners often refer to grassland as a “yard”  businesses call it a “lawn”. Regardless of what we call it, lawmakers expect both renters and owners of such properties to keep grass cut, weeds pulled and litter removed. These laws and regulations increase the need for Landscapers. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers

earn an average of $32,360 a year. If this sparks your interest, observe how homeowners and lawncare professionals maintain land. Do your research by reading books and watching videos for these jobs. Ask a mentor to show you how to cut grass, trim shrubs and plant flowers. Get practice when the weather is nice. Once your skills improve, offer to complete tasks for a fee. 

 

You heard it here — working a side hustle in 2021 is possible. So if you’re looking to get out of debt or save money, working a side gig is a great way of reaching your goals. Is it the best way to earn extra cash?

Of course, you could ask your boss for a promotion or consider changing jobs—or even careers — But that can take some time.

In the meantime, master one of the skills above and start a side gig! These are only three of my top picks for 2021, subscribe to my newsletter for more side hustle ideas.

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How to Make Extra Money Online with Clickworker

The first step is to sign up for Clickworker’s
platform.  Once you sign up, you’ll be
asked to fill out your profile and take some assessment tests.  The assessments are supposed to be used to determine
a worker’s skills.

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