I set out to write the best damn passive income ideas post on the Internet.
Because here’s the thing. Most “passive income” list posts just repeat the same boilerplate ideas–open a high interest savings account, for example.
And yes, that will earn you a small amount of passive income (and I’ll certainly mention it as an option below), but my guess is you’re looking for something a little more substantial.
We’re hooked on our devices, but did you know your smartphone can actually make you money every month? Here are some of my favorite money making apps and money saving apps.
Some are completely passive after you set them up, while others take a little more time.
I’ve broken these down by category, and encourage you to pick and install the ones that make the most sense for you.
Lawyers are some of the highest-paid professionals in the world, but that doesn’t mean they still couldn’t use a good side hustle.
Even with average annual salaries of about $128,000, many lawyers are overwhelmed with bills and student debt.
Law school can cost over $100,000 for tuition alone(!), and 90% of graduates borrow money to complete their degrees.
Fortunately, there are lots of side hustles for lawyers to increase their income.
I recently participated in a paid focus group in San Francisco. You know, the kind with the one-way mirror on the wall.
We talked about travel habits and preferences for an hour and half, and I got paid $150 for my time and opinions. Not bad!
The whole thing was pretty quick and painless, and actually kind of interesting, and it got me thinking that this could be a fun side hustle, so I set out to find other consumer research companies that operate nationwide or even ones that conduct studies online.
Teaching is a noble and rewarding profession, but it’s not the best-paying job in the world.
As a teacher you usually start with very low wages and have the burden of student debt, and so it’s only natural to look to side hustles or ways to make extra money outside of your chosen profession.
While there are dozens of side hustle ideas out there, here are the ones I think are best-suited to teachers and educators to take advantage of your unique skills and expertise.
Can you really get paid to walk?
Walking is one of those things we do every day but rarely think about. In fact, according to the Mayo Clinic, the average American walks about 1.5 to 2 miles a day, which equates to about 3,000 to 4,000 steps a day.
And in true side hustle fashion, it turns out there lots of ways to monetize those steps and make money walking.
As a teenager, you’re probably looking for every dollar you can find. Whether you’re looking to go to the movies with your friends, save money for your first car, or just pad your bank account for your next tank of gas – it can be difficult to find ways to make money as a teen.
In this post, we’ll explore some of the best ways to make money as a teenager and much more.