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Tips Of Earning More Money While Having A Full-Time Job

Jordan Wilkinson 11th Aug 2022 No Comments

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If you have been struggling to make ends meet with your current job or have ample free time after work hours where you wish to do something productive, then you can try to earn an extra source of income. Choosing an incremental job that aligns with your skillset can expand your horizons while strengthening you financially. Read on to know about some of the types of jobs that can add to your income exchequer:

Online Tutoring

Online tutoring is a booming field that has received massive impetus in the post covid backdrop. Parents feel safer with their children at home and this has created a massive demand for online tutors. If you have substantial hold and knowledge on a particular subject, then you can take up online tutoring at your convenient time. 

Online Writing

Being an online writer is another popular work avenue for job seekers. This might feel comparatively complex than online tutoring but being an online writer can broaden your knowledge perspective over time.


While we mostly use YouTube for entertainment and as a source of picking up new skills, it can also serve as an excellent avenue of earning some extra bucks. You can make videos be it educational or of your latest travel episodes and post them on your YouTube channel.

Stocks & Shares

Though we mostly think of stock investment as a risky venture that is usually undertaken by entrepreneurs, even laymen can participate in the stock market. If you can bag the courage, then talk to your financial advisor and start investing in the stock market.

Free Lance Consultant 

If you know a particular subject, be it law, accounting, or sales, then you can use it to your advantage by becoming a freelance consultant. But for making the most of this avenue, you need to assess the previous experiences that have turned you into a subject matter expert.


If you are proud of your typing skills, then you can offer your service to employers requiring help in completing a typing project. Such type of job comes with stringent deadlines and so you should make it a point to conform to the same to keep the projects coming.


Being around a baby can be a joyful experience. If you are tired of sitting in front of the computer on weekdays and doing a 9-to-5 job, then you can try babysitting on weekends. However, the babies will be the bosses here and your sole aim will be to keep them happy. This type of job can be the perfect pick for people who love babies.

Nightlife Jobs

People who enjoy an active nightlife can embrace the beauty of night by taking up an after-sunset gig. Be it DJ-ing, bartending, or waiting tables, you can surely find jobs in this area.


If you have a penchant for baking, then you can put your skills to use by baking in your free time. You can even take small party orders and personalise the cakes and cookies for an added appeal. However, you need to be especially cautious about the quality as this will set you apart from your competitors. 


While all tips listed above can add to the credit of your bank account, you can also try and work overtime in your office. Usually, employees are rewarded with handsome pay for all the extra hours clocked at work. But in certain cases, employers might withhold wages. Employees can file a lawsuit after seeking professional guidance if their employer owes them unpaid overtime. While the burden of proof rests on the employee, an experienced attorney can help ease things in their favor. 

Disclaimer: MoneyMagpie is not a licensed financial advisor and therefore information found here including opinions, commentary, suggestions or strategies are for informational, entertainment or educational purposes only. This should not be considered as financial advice. Anyone thinking of investing should conduct their own due diligence. 

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