Having a side hustle is a great way to dabble in different businesses as a young entrepreneur. Although there is a range of various side hustles one can start, here are 10 lucrative side hustles that are a great fit for young entrepreneurs.
Are you an A student and good at explaining your work? Then you should try tutoring. This side hustle often pays well and can lead to connections which may end up landing you more gigs than you ever imagined.
Social Media Marketing Agency
Social media marketing agencies are becoming more and more popular in this digital era we live in. If you are good with Tik Tok and Instagram then you should consider opening up a business of your own to help companies market their products and services.
Building and Monetizing a Personal Brand
You may also want to build and monetize a personal brand. You can build a brand around anything you are passionate about whether that’s singing, dancing or just making funny videos with your friends.
What marketable skills are you good at? You should try freelancing. If you’re a good content creator, designer, writer or you have any skills people are willing to pay for, you should try online freelancing. Freelancing has become one of the most lucrative side hustles over the years and there are tons of sites where you can earn lots of cash!
Odd jobs are those things people do not want to do and so pay others to do them. Whether you run errands for people in the neighborhood or help load a moving truck there are tons of opportunities within this space to make some good money!
If you’re good with kids then this side hustle is for you. Lot’s of teenagers make good spending money from babysitting. You can create your own babysitting company and charge clients for your time and services.
Maybe consider mowing lawns in the neighborhood for a small fee. Knock on some neighbor’s doors and see if they’d be willing to outsource their weekly lawn cut to you.
Organize Garage Sales for Neighbors
There are a whole lot of things your neighbors might just be looking to get rid of. The key is convincing them to let you organize a garage sale for their unwanted stuff and then pay you a commission for each sale you make. You might just become the best closer in the neighborhood with these sales tactics!
Create Artwork To Sell
If you’re good at artwork, you should learn to monetize this skill. A lot of people are willing to pay a pretty penny for quality art. You could start small and before you know it, you could become the proud owner of an art gallery with a story to tell!
Love animals? Try a dog walking side hustle. If you love dogs and have some spare time, you should try out this gig!
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