9 Online Jobs for Teens That Can Earn You A Pretty Penny

2 years ago



Every teenager wants to be independent. Well, what is that thing that makes any person independent? The money of course! Having your own pocket money indeed gives you some sort of freedom from your parents, since you can afford the things you want so bad. For example, if your parents refuse to buy you a ticket to your favorite band show, you won’t stay at home, you will buy the ticket for your money and eventually enjoy the show.

However, pretty often finding a well-paid at home job for teens is rather challenging and most teenagers eventually give up. Luckily, today the Typical Student team prepared the coolest well-paid online jobs for teens. So get ready to finally find your dream job!


Top Online Jobs for Teens


#1 Tutor



Pay: $10 per a 30-minute class

If you are good at such school subjects as English, you can totally become an online tutor. In fact, there is a huge variety of online educational resources such as SameSpeak or SkimaTalk where you can try yourself as an English tutor. Teaching people from all around the globe sounds quite fun, not to mention the fact that you can earn a lot of money for that.


#2 Survey taker




Pay: $5-10 per survey 

You still don’t know how to make some money online as a teen, here is another option for you. If you are one of those people who simply love taking surveys, this very job is perfect for you. Just take some surveys on such platforms as Survey Junkie or Swagbucks and get paid for that.


#3 Freelance writer 



Pay: from $5 per text

If you truly enjoy writing, then you don’t want to miss this very job. So basically among your job responsibilities in this position will be writing various texts on different topics, which sounds pretty exciting, isn’t it? Well, then go ahead and find some writing tasks on such platforms as Fiverr or Textbroker.


#4 Cafepress vendor 

Pay: depends on your sales

Cafepress is a platform where users can sell their handmade goods and or other types of products that they make. That being said if you can make fancy jewelry, sew clothing, or do some other cool stuff, go ahead and try to become a Cafepress vendor.


#5 Instagram blogger

Pay: up to $100,000 per month, depending on how many followers you have

Popular Instagram bloggers can make lots of money from promoting various products on their Instagram pages. So if you have more than 10k followers, consider becoming Instagram blogger.


#6 Care.com worker



Pay: depends on the tasks you choose to do

Care.com is a website where registered users can post ads with the services they need to be performed and other users can pick those tasks and get paid for completing them. Easy as it is. So if you don’t mind housekeeping, pet care, or childcare, register on Care.com and find your first task.


#7 Sitter City worker

Pay: depends on the tasks you perform and the skills you have

Sitter City is similar to Care.com resource where you can find such job offers as an elderly companion, babysitter, housekeeper, or pet sitter. All you have to do is to create a profile and apply for the task you think will be suitable for you. 


#8 Etsy vendor

Pay: depends on your sales

Etsy is another website where you can sell your handmade, so if you love arts and crafts, go ahead and get an Etsy profile.


#9 Reviewer

Pay: from $0.03 per review

Review some products and earn some money for it. Just register on Slice The Pie, make your very first review and get money for that.


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