#FinancialBytes: 5 ways for students to make some extra money
Student life can be quite hard, especially for those who are staying away from their family. Along with studies, they have to manage a lot of things single-handedly, even their expenses.
Here are 5 ways for students to make some extra money.
Find part-time or freelance jobs that are easily manageable
They can also go for online teaching jobs with e-learning platforms or create courses that can be launched on educational websites/apps.
If they know multiple languages, they can take up translation jobs too.
#2: Convert hobbies into money-making opportunities
Students can also earn money by converting their hobbies into money-making opportunities. They can go for freelance photography gigs, video editing, content writing, social media jobs, content creation, website building and designing, app development, blogging, etc.
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Take help of these mobile apps to earn extra bucks
Also, there are a number of mobile apps available today using which students can earn money to cover a few small expenses.
#4: Students can sell their notes to earn some money
Students can earn money by selling the notes they take in class (or old notes). While they can sell their notes offline too, students can check out NotesGen which is a great online platform for making money by uploading their handwritten notes on various courses/subjects/exams.
Students can make a few bucks by taking surveys
College students can also make a few bucks instantly by participating in various surveys.
They can also complete online surveys to earn cash or collect points that can be transferred to digital wallets or redeemed for gift vouchers.
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