- Sell unwanted and/or second-hand items — like clothes, furniture, electronics, books and toys — online on Gumtree, eBay, even Facebook.
- Tutor school students in a subject you specialise in, like maths, science or a language.
- Participate in focus group studies and get paid for your opinions by market research companies.
- Rent out unused space, such as a bedroom or garage, either long-term to a housemate or short-term to tourists and students via sites such as Airbnb.
- Offer basic services like cleaning, ironing, mowing lawns, gardening, clearing gutters and other similar “odd jobs” that people don’t have time for… or would rather not do.
- Become an Uber driver and earn cash by driving people around in your free time.
- Sell handmade wares such as art, jewellery and candles on Etsy.
- If you’re great with kids or pets, consider babysitting or dog-walking… respectively, of course.
- Have a garage sale; do a letterbox drop to let your neighbours know it’s on.
- Sell your skills and expertise — whether they are creative, administrative, technical or a trade — on Airtasker.
- Offer your services as a personal assistant and run people’s errands: pick up dry-cleaning, do grocery shopping, wait for home deliveries or be on hand to let in tradespeople.
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