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Nursing is a highly-skilled and in-demand profession, but that doesn’t mean you still can’t have a side hustle to make extra money.
Even with a median salary of over $75,000 a year, many nurses seek out side hustles to pay down debt, save for a rainy day, or just to get ahead on their budget.
Nursing is experiencing strong job growth, and your skills and training as a nurse translate nicely into many different side hustles. And with a schedule that often features more off-days each week, you may have the flexibility to explore opportunities that other workers don’t.
In this article, I’ll share some of my top side hustle ideas for nurses.
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.
Few words will get as polarizing a response among freelancers and side hustlers as Upwork.
Depending on who you ask, it’s either a fantastic platform to connect with well-paying gigs and quality clients … or it’s a hopeless, desperate race to the bottom, overly-competitive bloodbath with no chance of success.
Like a lot of things, the truth is probably somewhere in the middle, and a lot of your outcome will depend on your strategy and how well you show up.
What’s the best way to write a bestselling book? Ask a hundred people and you’ll get 100 different answers.
This post serves a couple purposes. The first is to collect and share some awesome book marketing tips from the authors you’ll find below. After all, the “round-up” post format is a proven winner.
The second purpose is admittedly a little more self-serving. I’ve got a new book launch coming up and wanted to hear from some of the best in the business what I should to give it the best chances for success.