Great Side Jobs You Can Do From Home

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These days, one job is often not enough. A side hustle can be a great way to get some extra money in your pocket and help you reach a variety of financial goals such as saving for a down payment on a home, getting out of debt, or just making some much needed extra cash. One positive lockdowns is that more and more jobs have gone virtual, which means you can knock out a second job from the comfort of your couch.  Here are some great work-from-home side jobs. An English language teacher. Native English speakers who can teach foreign students the language are in high demand, and it can definitely be done online. Many of these tutoring gigs do not require professional teaching expertise, though certified teachers will get access to a wider variety of positions. Check out VIPKid and sign up to teach English online for a rate of between $15 and $22 per hour. In addition to teaching English, tutors in a variety of subjects can also work remotely by utilizing technology like Zoom or Google Hangouts. While educational professionals will likely have a better chance at snagging the tutoring jobs, you can use your specialized skills and talents to tutor people in more diverse areas. Customer service work naturally lends itself to be performed remotely, as it often takes place over the phone or online. You can find work-at-home customer service opportunities on sites like and flexjobs. While everyone’s stuck at home, many of us have found time to finally clean out our closets. If you’ve suddenly found yourself with a wardrobe’s worth of clothes you don’t wear anymore, consider selling your old threads on an app like Poshmark, which allows you to upload photos, write a brief description, and set the price. From there, you drop off your sale items to a USPS mailbox or arrange for home pickup with a prepaid, pre-addressed label on the package.

SOURCE: Apartment Therapy

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