Ways to Make Extra Money as a Student
Ways to Make Extra Money as a Student. London is an amazing but expensive city. It is necessary to make some cash, so you can enjoy all that London has to offer – whilst juggling your busy class schedule, assignments, research papers and what not. You deserve it!
Here are 3 quick and easy ways to make extra money:
Delivery Driver 🚚🚲🚗
Own a car, scooter or a bicycle along with a smartphone? Okay, no worries if you don’t have your own form of transport – all you really need is your smartphone to become a delivery driver and earn extra moolah.
Sign up to job boards like JOB TODAY – where a number of high paying delivery driver jobs are posted every day. With this kind of job, you could make up to £15 per hour and have complete control of your schedule. Just work in between your classes and any other available free time. Work part-time or full-time, as you wish!
Dog Walker 🚶🏻🐶
Get this: the average salary for a dog walker is £12.50 per hour. Mind-boggling, isn’t it?
Usually, people are at work during the day and need someone to walk their 🐶. Hey, this works perfectly for you as your class timings probably vary in the week.
You can quadruple your hourly earnings by walking 4-5 dogs simultaneously. Imagine, you work for only one hour and make a sweet £50. Whoo!
Becoming a dog lover, aren’t you?
If you have a passion for helping your mates with their studies, why not make a living out of it? Pssst, you could be earning an average hourly salary of £15.54 as a tutor.
You never know, becoming a tutor could be your true calling. After all, it counts as valid work experience and will look absolutely wicked on your CV. Great way to make extra money and boost your resume, right?
We recommend that to accommodate yourself and your client – keep your tutoring sessions during your classes and in between your classes. Bear in mind that you might have to go to your client’s house to tutor. Hey, if you can get a tutoring job that lets you work from the comfort of your own home via video chat – that’s brill!