(KENS) - Young people and millennials are always looking for side hustles, so our sister station KENS 5 did a little a digging on some of the best. And you don’t have to be a millennial to take advantage.
"Side hustles" or second jobs are usually in addition to your day job, and tend to be part time or seasonal.
There is a huge demand for teachers overseas, meaning you can make up to $25 dollars an hour being a remote English teacher via Skype. You will be teaching young kids in places like China. If you have a bachelor’s degree, you can get started right away.
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Have a knack for instagram? Maybe you take awesome pictures or already have a big following!
Some big brands and companies will pay you for your posts and pictures. Once you have a big enough following, you can even sell your entire account for profit!
Being a qualified dog lover is really all you need for this next one. You can get your business going right from your phone, using the dog-walking app, WAG. According to Wag, you can make up to $30 an hour depending on how many dogs you walk a day.
Click here for the app.
Love driving? Drive for Uber or other Ride-sharing services. Reports show you can make up to $8 an hour after taxes and fees, depending on what city you live in. All you need is a valid Driver's License, and a clean record.
Apply on Uber’s website.
You can run errands, get groceries, or pick up take-out for others with Home delivery services like Favor or Door Dash. Make anywhere from $10 to $18 an hour!