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Don’t know where to get extra money for your studies? Typical Student has an answer for you. We’ll teach you how to make money online and offer a few jobs that are most suitable for students.
#1 Market Research
Participation in market research is an easy task that doesn’t take much time but can bring decent money.
#2 Use online apps
Many companies that offer pickup and delivery services have mobile apps where you can register and take orders.
#3 Use reward sites
A number of sites like Rakuten and Dosh offer money for those who download their apps. Usually, they come in the form of cashback.
#4 Watch videos online
Swagbucks is a goldmine for students! This website offers payment for surveys as well as giving you cash for watching short ad-like videos. Olay them mute and get to your studies.
#5 Workout money
Fitness monetization is growing! Now you can transfer your actual steps into actual money.
#6 A high-yield savings account
To earn money online, you can simply sign up for a new high-yield account in any bank and track your money online!
#7 Sell old stuff
Who do you think uses Craigslist? Students who need extra money are common customers and dealers!
#8 Test websites and apps
Today, testing websites, games, and apps is a relatively profitable task, depending on your skills and amount of work you complete.
#9 Freelance Writing
How to make money without paying anything? Becoming a freelance writer is an achievable task, especially for Humanities students! Be ready to start from the most basic tasks and payments and “climb the ladder” to really creative jobs.
#10 A virtual assistant job
The role of a virtual assistant requires beginner skills in booking, mail sorting, social media management, and so on.
#11 Teach English online
Many people are ready to pay native speakers just for an opportunity to spend a few hours a day with them. That’s your chance to earn extra money!
#12 Facebook Ads
Facebook offers a unique opportunity to become a specialist in its ads and get paid for working on optimizing your favorite social media platform.
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