Side hustles for millennials in 2017

Millennials are rarely asleep. When they are not starting a new business, they are looking for ways to earn more money and stay active. Many young people are naturally entrepreneurial, but without a steady flow of income it could prove challenging to jump into starting a new venture.This is why they are always on the move, looking for steady sources of income while keeping a flexibility and a freedom to start their own thing. I not only understand you, but agree with you and want to give you a few side hustle ideas.

Tutoring

Tutoring is a great way to make some extra cash. Many students wether in middle school or college, need help in certain areas and will gladly pay (or have their parents pay) for a tutor. Many parents are ready to pay about $100 an hour just to make sure their children keep their grades up. Plus, it is mainly on week-ends or after school hours, which allows you to have other jobs while doing it.

Tour Guide

If you live in a destination where others frequently visit and know your city well, get the best of both worlds by starting your own local tour business. It is a great way for meeting interesting people and having a great time while making some money.

Check out Erik Hormann’s Vantigo, a company that takes you around San Francisco in a stylish VW van, and you’ll be able to command anywhere from $55 to $600 depending on the tour.

Social Media manager

Many startups are looking for someone to help them manage their social media page! Whether it is to create content, repost and attract followers, in this day and age we all need social media to work for us and bring more clients to our business. It is a side hustle you can easily do while juggling other things.

Babysitting

As long as people keep reproducing, they will always need babysitters so you are in luck! It is a great way to make some money on the side. As people are becoming more and more busy, they are looking for people to help them with other tasks, like watching over the kids while they have to travel for work or simply go on a date with their spouse.

Style consultant

Yes, people are ready to pay you so you can go shop for them and give them advice on how to dress up! If you’ve been looking for ways to let your inner fashionista come out, this is for you. People need to learn how to stay fabulous on a budget, where to shop and more. Use your talents to counsel, give useful tips and satisfy your inner fashionista while making money.

Design consultant for presentations

There is a wide number of students willing to pay people to design their powerpoint and other presentation materials. If you enjoy putting powerpoints together, designing and even proofreading, it is a great side hustle that you could take advantages of.

 

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