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100 Best Side Hustles for Teens to Make Money

These side hustles for teens cover various topics, so no matter your skills, you can find many different ways to make extra money here. This list offers ways to make extra income on the side and potentially build your own long-term business.

Many of these side hustles involve having fun while making money. Below are the 100 best side hustles for teens eager to earn extra cash:

1. Online Surveys

Getting Started: Create accounts on such platforms as BrandedSurveys, Google Opinion Rewards, etc. Select the types of subjects that interest you most so you can take relevant surveys.

Potential Earnings: Taking online surveys requires little effort. As such, potential earnings are low. Often, you can earn points to exchange for gift cards.

Other Helpful Information: Other paid survey platforms include Harris Poll Online, InBoxDollars.com, LifePoints, MyPoints.com, Opinion Outpost, and Survey Junkie.

2. Focus Groups

Getting Started: Focus groups are similar to online surveys. The only difference is they tend to involve giving your opinions in person. However, some focus groups may now be virtual. Research focus group companies in your area to find opportunities.

Potential Earnings: Focus groups tend to pay between $30 and $150 per session on high-paying platforms.

Other Helpful Information: Online platforms for focus groups include User Interviews, Respondent.Io, and IPSOS I-Say. Be aware that some online focus group platforms also offer studies that may involve performing certain tasks or tracking certain behaviors over the course of several days or even weeks.

3. Sell to Thrift Stores

Getting Started: See if you have any of your unwanted clothing and items others might want or need. Research local thrift stores to find out who may be interested in buying them. Make an inventory list and take pictures of your items. Make descriptions of their condition if any of your items are damaged.

You could even gather unwanted clothing from people in your neighborhood or town by marketing it as a free haul-away service.

Potential Earnings: Earnings can vary depending on what you’re selling. You might make some extra cash if you merely sell clothing. If you sell antiques or furniture, you could potentially earn hundreds of dollars. You might even earn thousands if you find very rare items among your belongings.

Other Helpful Information: Check with local consignment shops or online marketplaces such as Amazon and Craigslist to find out how you can make the most money from your items.

4. Sell on eBay

Getting Started: Similar to the above side hustle, you can get started by making an inventory of items others might buy on eBay.

Potential Earnings: Again, your earnings will depend on what you’re selling and what the condition of these items may be.

Other Helpful Information: Also consider listing your items on Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace. Additionally, if you plan on selling any electronics or similar items, make sure they are in good working order before selling them. You may have to have such items repaired before you can sell them online.

5. Have a Yard Sale

Getting Started: Gather items that are no longer needed and have a yard sale. This is a great way to earn extra cash and declutter your home. It’s a better option than selling on eBay if you’re not tech-savvy or if you don’t want to worry about shipping your items elsewhere.

Potential Earnings: Although most people don’t make much money from yard or garage sales, as they tend to offer items at affordable prices, if you have any valuables (such as antiques, furniture, glassware, etc.), you may take in a few hundred dollars.

Other Helpful Information: Advertise your yard sale by posting signs in your neighborhood and by posting about it on relevant social media groups in which people in your area discuss local events. Any items that you don’t sell at your yard sale could be sold on Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace.

6. Sell at Flea Markets

Getting Started: Make an inventory of items you can sell. Research local flea markets and inquire about becoming a vendor.

Potential Earnings: As is always the case when you’re selling items you need to get rid of, how much you earn will depend on what you’re selling.

Other Helpful Information: You may have to pay a fee to become a vendor at a flea market. Do your research to find an affordable option in your area.

7. Babysitting

Getting Started: Begin building your reputation as a babysitter by babysitting for family members and friends. Decide which age groups you’re most comfortable babysitting for.

Potential Earnings: The average hourly rate for a babysitter is currently $17. You may charge extra if you’re very experienced or if you can offer special services, such as caring for children with special needs.

Other Helpful Information: Make sure you are aware and comply with local laws regulating babysitting. Setting up an online profile with sites like Care.com or Sittercity can be helpful in getting more babysitting jobs. You may also set up your own website.

8. Pet Sitting

Getting Started: Again, get experience by pet sitting for people you know first. Also, consider setting up a website to advertise your services.

Potential Earnings: Pet sitters earn an average of $12 per hour in the United States. As with babysitting, you may earn more money as a pet sitter if you care for multiple animals, animals with special needs, etc.

Other Helpful Information: Research local laws regulating pet sitting. Find more pet-sitting jobs by signing up for websites such as Rover or Wag! Craigslist can also provide you with access to pet-sitting opportunities in your area.

9. Dog Walking

Getting Started: Consider starting out with pet sitting, offering dog walking as an additional service.

Potential Earnings: Dog walkers earn an average of $15 per hour. You may charge more for your services depending on how many dogs you walk at a given time.

Other Helpful Information: Familiarize yourself with local laws regulating dog walking. Platforms such as Rover and Wag! can help you find dog walking jobs.

10. Pet Grooming

Getting Started: Buy the items you’ll need to offer pet grooming services. Consider earning a certification in pet grooming. If possible, start by offering this service to family members and friends so you can take before and after photos. These photos will help you convince clients that you’re capable of serving their needs.

Potential Earnings: The average cost for a professional dog grooming service is $50. You may have to charge half that because you’re not an experienced professional. As you cultivate a reputation among your clients, you can charge more over time.

Other Helpful Information: Create a Rover or Wag! Profile and mention that you also offer pet grooming services.

11. House Sitting

Getting Started: Search Craigslist and local social media groups for house-sitting jobs. Consider offering your services via Craigslist or a website to attract customers. You can also simply find house sitter jobs by searching for such gigs in your area via Google.

Potential Earnings: Professional house sitters can earn approximately $50,000 per year. Those whose clients are wealthy or have large homes may earn six figures.

Other Helpful Information: Setting up an online profile with sites like HouseSitter.com or Care.com can help you find more house-sitting jobs.

12. Washing Cars

Getting Started: Purchase the basic equipment you need to wash cars and advertise your services via local businesses and online platforms like Craigslist. If family and friends will let you, offer your services to them first so you can take pictures showing off your skills. If not, you can simply wash your own car and take pictures of it to show customers what types of results they can expect from your services.

Potential Earnings: For a basic car wash, you can charge about $50. If you’re washing luxury vehicles or offering additional services, you may increase your prices.

Other Helpful Information: Set up an online profile with sites like Thumbtack or Craigslist to help you find more car-washing jobs. Consider offering discounted rates for multiple vehicles. For example, you may offer to wash a single car for $50. If someone wishes to hire you to wash two cars, instead of asking for $100, you can ask for $85. This may entice customers to place “bulk orders” for your services.

13. Mowing Lawns

Getting Started: Purchase lawn mowing equipment. Contact friends, family, and neighbors, letting them know about your services. Again, the more opportunities you have to practice and take before/after pictures to show to your new clients, the better. Advertise on Craigslist as well.

Potential Earnings: Because you’re a teen and not a professional, you should probably charge $40 to mow a standard-size lawn. However, you can charge more depending on the size of the lawn. You can also charge more if you offer other lawn care services, along with mowing.

Other Helpful Information: You may find more lawn mowing gigs through Craigslist and Thumbtack.

14. Shoveling Driveways

Getting Started: Purchase snow shoveling equipment and advertise your services through both in-person networking and online platforms like Craigslist and Facebook. Always remember to take before and after photos so you can show new customers the quality of results you deliver.

Potential Earnings: On average, you can charge approximately $30 per hour for snow shoveling service. You could charge extra if you also offer snow-clearing services.

Other Helpful Information: Use Thumbtack to find gigs and consider creating a website through which you can share testimonials from other happy customers. Also, approach local business owners and ask if they would hire you to clear snow from their properties.

15. House Cleaning

Getting Started: Research and purchase the types of cleaning products you would need to thoroughly and safely clean houses. Ask friends and family to let you clean their houses (perhaps at no cost), so you can take pictures showing off the results of your work.

Potential Earnings: Experts recommend charging between $100 and $200 for house cleaning services. As with lawn mowing, you’ll need to account for the size of the job when deciding how much money to charge for it.

Other Helpful Information: Use Housekeeper.com and Care.com to find house cleaning jobs.

16. General Handyman Services

Getting Started: Make a list of household tasks and odd jobs (such as yard work, basic repairs, etc.), so you know you have the skills necessary to do the work. Make a flier and/or online account in which you list the types of odd jobs you specialize in. Gather or know where to borrow the equipment you would need to complete these tasks.

If you’re very serious about performing such tasks to make extra cash in your spare time, you may even make up business cards to distribute to local homeowners.

Potential Earnings: The average handyman charges approximately $21 per hour for their services. How much you may charge can vary depending on the difficulty of the task you’re performing.

Other Helpful Information: Offer your services through Craigslist and on local Facebook groups. Strive to always deliver quality service, as word of mouth can play a major role in your potential success.

17. Deliver Newspapers

Getting Started: Contact local newspapers and ask if they need anyone to make deliveries.

Potential Earnings: Teens who deliver newspapers in their spare time may earn between $400 and $500 a month.

Other Helpful Information: When contacting potential employers, let them know you have your own vehicle and will thus be able to make deliveries efficiently. Be prepared to show that you have a valid driver’s license if you will need to drive a vehicle to deliver all the papers on your route.

18. Personal Shopping

Getting Started: Create a website or Craigslist account to advertise your services. Other Craigslist users may even be actively seeking personal shopping help.

Potential Earnings: The average pay for a personal shopper is approximately $18 per hour.

Other Helpful Information: Set up an online profile with sites like DoorDash, Grubhub, or InstaCart to earn more money.

19. Cutting Hair, Doing Nails, etc.

Getting Started: Buy the equipment you need, take classes or read books to hone your skills, and consider practicing with friends or family so you have results you can show off before taking on more customers.

Potential Earnings: If you’re not a professional and you’re treating cutting hair and doing nails as a side hustle, you may only be able to charge about $5 to $10 per job.

Other Helpful Information: Create a personal website to show off your work. This will add some legitimacy to your services.

20. Personal Styling

Getting Started: Similar to the above, buy the tools you’ll need and get started by offering services to friends and relatives. This allows you to demonstrate your skills to others.

Potential Earnings: As with doing nails and cutting hair, because you’re not a professional stylist, you probably won’t be able to charge more than $20 per job.

Remember, your customers will also likely have to buy the garments and accessories you recommend for them.

Other Helpful Information: Again, creating a website can help you advertise your services.

21. Selling on an Etsy Shop

Getting Started: Creating an Etsy shop is a good option for making extra money in your spare time if you enjoy working on arts and crafts projects. Get started by choosing a line of items to sell (focusing on items you can make consistently) and taking pictures of them for your Etsy store.

Potential Earnings: Etsy shop owners who consistently sell items can earn between $10 to $100 a week from their shops at the start. Your earnings may increase as your shop attracts more customers.

Other Helpful Information: Consider offering special services such as custom orders or product personalization in addition to basic products.

22. Tutoring

Getting Started: Research whether any tutoring services hire teenagers. Your high school, library, or a local university might also hire teens. You must, of course, be confident in your knowledge and understanding of a particular subject to be a tutor.

Potential Earnings: While you may justify setting your own rates if you’re an accomplished student offering tutoring services to children with wealthy parents, generally, teen tutors charge about $25 per hour for their services.

Other Helpful Information: You may be able to find tutoring work through Fiverr, Care.com, and Craigslist.

23. Resume Writing

Getting Started: Demonstrate your skills by creating resumes for friends and family. Consider starting a website or Craigslist account to advertise your resume writing services.

Potential Earnings: Professionals charge at least $100 to write resumes. If you’re a teen, you may have to charge less.

Other Helpful Information: Fiverr and Upwork can help you find resume writing jobs.

24. Freelance Writing

Getting Started: If you’re a strong writer, put together a portfolio of your work and create Upwork and Fiverr accounts to find freelance gigs.

Potential Earnings: Some freelance writers earn six figures annually. Because this is a side hustle, you may earn a few extra thousand a year.

Other Helpful Information: Look for additional gigs on Craigslist. Consider offering multiple freelance writing services (such as blog posts, website copy, etc.) to attract more customers.

25. Freelance Editing

Getting Started: Follow the same steps as above.

Potential Earnings: You can charge between $0.01 to $0.02 per word as a freelance editor.

Other Helpful Information: Fiverr, Upwork, and Craigslist are ideal platforms for finding freelance editing work. Also, consider advertising your services to local college students.

26. Freelance Social Media Management and Marketing

Getting Started: Becoming a freelance social media manager is similar to becoming a freelance writer. You can start by creating accounts on Upwork and Fiverr, as well as creating your own website to show off past work.

Potential Earnings: The average annual earnings for freelance social media managers who do this work full-time is just over $60,000. You should expect to earn less because you have less time to dedicate to this work.

Other Helpful Information: Browse the social media accounts and pages of local businesses. If any seem to be lacking a coherent strategy, reach out directly to offer your services.

27. Affiliate Marketing

Getting Started: Affiliate marketing involves being a content creator (such as a blogger or vlogger) who promotes others’ products. You earn a commission every time your content results in a sale. Get started by starting a blog, podcast, blog, or other content publication platform, and research companies in your niche that partner with affiliate marketers.

Potential Earnings: Full-time affiliate marketers earn $60,000 per year on average. You’ll probably earn less if this is merely a side hustle.

Other Helpful Information: Popular affiliate marketing programs for beginners include Amazon Associates, AvantLink, and ShareASale. Also, Walmart, Target, Home Depot, and various other “big box” stores have affiliate programs.

28. Transcription Services

Getting Started: Transcribing audio into text can be a great way to earn some extra money if you’re a fast and accurate typist. Get started by creating accounts on Upwork, Fiverr, and Craigslist.

Potential Earnings: The average hourly rate for transcription services is about $19 per hour.

Other Helpful Information: Upwork and Fiverr allow users to accept entry-level gigs. Although you may not earn much money with these jobs, they can help you cultivate a positive reputation among customers.

29. Teach Art Lessons

Getting Started: Buy the supplies you’ll need and advertise on Craigslist or through your own website. Your school, library, or a local university might also allow you to advertise your services.

Potential Earnings: Experts recommend only charging $20 to $25 per hour if you’re a teenager without an art degree.

Other Helpful Information: Consider combining art lessons with babysitting. Create a Care.com account and mention that you can give art lessons while watching kids.

30. Teach Music Lessons

Getting Started: Giving music lessons could be a fun way to earn extra money. Get started by purchasing all the equipment you need and making sure you have a space in which to give lessons. You can also offer to give lessons in customers’ own homes.

Potential Earnings: If you’re a beginner, you can justify charging between $15 to $30 for half-hour music lessons.

Other Helpful Information: You can find customers through Craigslist. Consider creating your own YouTube channel featuring tutorial videos to help you get more customers.

31. Photography

Getting Started: Purchase professional photography equipment and editing software. Offer to photograph weddings and other events for friends and family to build up your portfolio.

Potential Earnings: Semi-professional photographers generally charge between $50 and $150 per hour. Non-professionals can charge $25 per hour.

Other Helpful Information: Find gigs on Craigslist, Upwork, and Fiverr. Reach out to local event venues once you’ve built a reputation and ask them to recommend your services to their customers. Be aware you could turn this side gig into your own business over time.

32. Selling Stock Photos

Getting Started: Research popular stock photography genres and subjects. Make a reasonable budget for hiring models, purchasing equipment, etc. Take as many photos as you can afford to without sacrificing quality.

Potential Earnings: On average, you may make between $0.25 to $.045 per image per month selling stock photos. This is why it’s important to take as many photos as you can.

Other Helpful Information: You can earn extra bucks selling stock photos through such platforms as Alamy, Shutterstock, Getty Images, and 500px.

33. Freelance Photo Editing

Getting Started: Purchase quality photo editing software and create a portfolio of samples you can present to potential clients.

Potential Earnings: A teenager can charge $25 per hour for freelance photo editing services.

Other Helpful Information: Local businesses may need help editing photos for their promotional materials and social media presence. You can also find photo editing jobs on Upwork, Fiverr, and Craigslist.

34. Freelance Videography

Getting Started: The steps for getting started in videography or similar to those for getting started in photography. Make sure you have proper equipment and video editing software.

Potential Earnings: As a non-professional, you can charge $25 per hour for your services.

Other Helpful Information: Use Craigslist to limit your client search to clients in your area.

35. Freelance Graphic Design

Getting Started: Purchase the software and tools you’ll need. Consider reaching out to small businesses in your area to find your first clients.

Potential Earnings: Freelance graphic designers generally charge between $32 and $34 per hour.

Other Helpful Information: Along with finding clients on Upwork and Fiverr, create your own website to showcase your work.

36. Freelance Video Editing

Getting Started: Purchase all necessary video editing tools and create a portfolio of your work to show off to clients.

Potential Earnings: A full-time freelance video editor may earn approximately $54,000. You will likely earn less if video editing is merely a side hustle.

Other Helpful Information: Clients in need of video editing services often turn to Upwork and Fiverr.

37. Freelance Web Design

Getting Started: Buy the tools you need and offer web design services to local businesses to grow your client list.

Potential Earnings: A common hourly rate for freelance web designers is $75 per hour.

Other Helpful Information: Create a portfolio on your own website, and search for clients on Upwork and Fiverr.

38. Freelance App Design

Getting Started: Purchase the equipment and programs you’ll need. If local businesses hire you to create their apps, this can be a good way to start building a portfolio. If not, you may have to create your own apps to show off your skills.

Potential Earnings: Freelance mobile app designers charge between $60 and $80 per hour.

Other Helpful Information: Upwork, Fiverr, and Craigslist are all ideal platforms through which you can find freelance app design gigs.

39. Freelance Game Design

Getting Started: Getting started as a freelance game designer involves the same steps as getting started as a freelance app designer. You may also want to take classes or earn certifications demonstrating you specialize in video game design.

Potential Earnings: Full-time freelance game designers earn between $54,000 to $135,000 annually.

Other Helpful Information: Look for clients on Upwork and Fiverr to get started. As you build your reputation, you can branch out and may be able to find clients by approaching companies directly and offering to make games for them. This is one of many side hustles on here that could become a full-time business eventually.

40. Freelance Special Effects Design

Getting Started: Purchase equipment, create demos showing off your talents, and consider earning certifications or taking online classes to prove to customers you know how to do this type of work. Set a realistic budget.

Potential Earnings: Full-time freelance special effects designers earn an average of about $88,000 per year. You may earn less as a teen doing this work on a part-time basis.

Other Helpful Information: You may find clients on Fiverr and Upwork. You can also reach out to small production companies directly offering your services.

41. eBook Writing

Getting Started: Make a list of topics you’re an expert in. Create an account on Upwork and Fiverr.

Potential Earnings: For someone with your experience, you may charge $0.05 per word. Thus, for a 30,000-word eBook, you could earn $1,500.

Other Helpful Information: Research small publishing companies that publish eBooks and offer your services to them.

42. Yoga or Dance Instruction

Getting Started: Earn a certification as a yoga or dance instructor.

Potential Earnings: Someone with your experience level may charge $20 to $30 per hour for yoga lessons.

Other Helpful Information: Facebook groups and your own personal website can help you find customers in your area.

43. Personal Training

Getting Started: Earn a certification as a personal trainer. Contact local gyms to find out if you can use their space to offer your services.

Potential Earnings: A young and inexperienced personal trainer can charge $25 for a half-hour session.

Other Helpful Information: Create social media accounts for your services and ask for testimonials you can share from former clients. Consider offering virtual personal training sessions through Zoom or other such apps.

44. Podcast Recording & Editing

Getting Started: Purchase all the equipment you need to record and edit podcasts. Create a studio space.

Potential Earnings: You may charge up to $45 per hour for up to three podcasters in your studio.

Other Helpful Information: Advertise on Craigslist or in local Facebook groups, as your customers will need to live close to your studio space to use your services.

45. Translating Documents

Getting Started: Research which translator certification you’ll need. Take the necessary steps to earn your certification. This is key to proving to clients you offer trustworthy services. You may not need a certification if your customers know you well and know you speak a second language fluently.

Potential Earnings: The average hourly rate for a translator is typically $35.

Other Helpful Information: Craigslist, Fiverr, and Upwork are all ideal platforms through which to find translation gigs.

46. Online Course or Class Creation

Getting Started: Make a list of topics you’re an expert in. Choose one or two. Review online courses in this subject area. Plan a course you can create that will differentiate itself from these. Ensure you have the proper recording equipment to offer valuable lessons.

Potential Earnings: Some people only make $1,000 a year selling an online course. Others make upwards of $100,000. While selling an online course can yield passive income, you’ll earn more if you’re willing to market your course actively.

Other Helpful Information: Platforms for selling online courses include Udemy, Skillshare, Teachable, and Thinkific, which also provide you with the tools for creating your online course.

47. Podcasting, Blogging, or Vlogging

Getting Started: Purchase all the equipment needed to produce and post quality YouTube videos, podcasts, or blogs. Choose a niche that matches your interests and areas of expertise, but that is not too competitive.

Potential Earnings: A popular blog, YouTube channel, or podcast can earn money through advertisers. How much you earn will depend on the size of your following. For example, the average YouTube channel earns about $18 in revenue for every 1,000 ad views.

Other Helpful Information: You can combine your podcast, blog, or YouTube channel with an affiliate marketing strategy to earn extra money.

48. Coaching Youth Sports

Getting Started: Research local leagues in your area. Inquire to ask if they hire teens for coaching positions. Consider earning a youth sports coach certification to boost your earning power.

Potential Earnings: The average earnings for a professional youth sports coach is about $35,000 per year. You may earn less due to a lack of experience.

Other Helpful Information: Becoming a camp counselor is an excellent way to develop the skills needed to coach youth sports.

49. Restoring Various Items

Getting Started: Choose which types of items you can confidently restore. Purchase the tools necessary to do so. Ask friends and family to let you restore items for them so you can take before and after photos. This will help you prove your value to clients.

Potential Earnings: It’s difficult to say how much you may earn. The average cost for a professional tailoring job is $200 to $225. Costs for furniture restoration can range from $100 to $700 per item. Again, because this is just a part-time job for you to earn extra bucks, you likely won’t be able to charge as much as a professional.

Other Helpful Information: Craigslist offers a way of finding customers while also advertising your freelance services.

50. Become a Virtual Assistant

Getting Started: Make sure you have the basic equipment and resources you’ll need (such as an internet connection) to handle such tasks as scheduling appointments, organizing an email inbox, and making travel arrangements for a client.

Potential Earnings: An inexperienced virtual assistant may charge approximately $12 per hour for their services.

Other Helpful Information: Many clients seek virtual assistants through Fiverr, Craigslist, and Upwork. Make sure your clients understand you won’t be available all the time.

51. Voice Over Work

Getting Started: Purchase the equipment and set aside the space you need to record voice-over work. Make samples of your voice to present to clients.

Potential Earnings: As a non-union actor with limited experience, you can charge $150 per hour’s worth of completed audio.

Other Helpful Information: Online platforms through which you can find voice-over work include Voices.com, Voice123, and Snap Recordings.

These are all smart ways to make a little extra money on your own time. Some can be transformed into online businesses over time if you dedicate yourself to them.

Additional side hustle ideas to boost your bank account include:

52. Party Character Acting
53. Rent Out a Bike
54. Rent Our Photography or Videography Equipment
55. Rent Out a Lawn Mower or Other Lawn Care Equipment You Own
56. Rent Out Fitness Equipment
57. Rent Out a Car on Turo
58. Sell Items on Poshmark
59. Cook for Neighbors and Family Members
60. Sell Crafts and Handmade Items at Local Fairs
61. Read to the Elderly or Those With Vision Problems
62. Model
63. Clean Driveways and Parking Lots
64. Rent Out a Room on Airbnb (With Your Parents’ or Guardians’ Permission)
65. Freelance Event Planning
66. Halloween Costume Design and Creation
67. Sewing or Knitting
68. Teach Cooking Lessons
69. Sell Used Books to Bookstores
70. Teach Technology to the Elderly
71. Act in Commercials
72. Write Songs for Local Ads
73. Submit Greeting Card Ideas
74. Write, Print, and Sell Your Own Comic Book
75. Sell Others’ Items Online and Split the Profits
76. Deposit Recyclables
77. “Babysit” the Elderly
78. Clean Windows for Local Businesses
79. Freelance Event Decorating
80. Freelance Event Catering
81. Bake Sales
82. Sell Poems and Stories to Magazines
83. Sell Art to Local Businesses
84. Freelance Stage Makeup for Local Theatre Groups
85. Design and Sell T-Shirts
86. Golf Caddy Jobs
87. Teach Golf Lessons or Other Sports Lessons
88. Repair Basic Appliances
89. Participate in Studies
90. Cover News for a Local Newspaper
91. Beta Test Apps and Games
92. Become a Social Media Influencer
93. Part-Time Pool Care
94. Assembling Furniture
95. Carpentry Services
96. Certified Massage Therapy Services (for Older Teens)
97. College Application Help
98. Teach Test Prep Classes
99. Teach Your Country’s Language to Immigrants
100. Design and Sell Board Games or Card Games


Options for young people to earn extra income are more wide-ranging than ever, thanks to the internet. If you have free time and the desire to earn more money, many of these side hustles may be perfect for you.

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