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A lots of Simple weekend jobs can bring in up to $ 2,500 more each month. Working as a tour guide, pet sitter, and surveyor, among others, can help achieve this goal.
Jen Glantz from Insider, provided some ideas for taking advantage of days off to generate extra resources. Some of the recommendations They don’t even require getting up from the sofa or table, so it is possible to carry out one or two activities simultaneously.
1. Tour guide
If you are passionate about where you live, you are a good speaker or storyteller, and you know local history and monuments, this can be your activity.
Tourists and city dwellers are always looking for fun activities. You can create tours on all kinds of transportation, from walks, electric bikes to buses. Here the important thing is creativity and creating walks with real points of interest to know and original activities to develop.
Set a price and post it on Airbnb Experiences, Tripadvisor and similar sites. It is recommended to charge $ 50 per person and provide the service to 12 or 13 people per week you will be able to reach your monthly goal. If you consider that it is necessary to give a cheaper price, increase the number of clients.
2. Answer surveys
You can get on average between $ 10 and $ 50 per survey. If you can find 12-20 high paying surveys each weekend, you can earn $ 2,500 from the comfort of your home.
3. Pet or house sitter
4. Rent your goods
Renting your backyard, a bicycle, your parking lot, or golf clubs can all generate income.
Rent the garden for an event for $ 500 pesos, you can generate $ 2,500 per month or more.
5. Offer your services at weddings
Many people left their wedding pending due to the pandemic and as health protocols are lifted they are resuming their plans, so they need staff for photography activities, waiters, entertainers, DJs, floral design or party planning, among others.
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Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.