Four High-Income Side Gigs That Pay More Than Your 9-5
If you’re in need of an income boost, but don’t want to give up your full-time job, look no further. Here are side gigs that can help you make more money than your 9-5, according to GoBankingRates.com.
Lawn Care Professional
Average Salary: $55/Hour
This work might be physically laborious, but spending time outside of the office could be a mood booster. As a vendor with the lawn care service app GreenPal, you can connect with people in need of lawn care assistance.
Frequent Flyer Specialist
Do you have the travel bug? Do you take advantage of your frequent flyer miles? You can get paid $80 to $150 per project by helping clients prepare their trips and find the best deals.
Sign Language Interpreter
Average Salary: $28/Hour
If you are fluent in American Sign Language, there is ample opportunity to be a translator for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Average Salary: $50/Hour
If you have a passion for music and know how to spin, this side gig could be right up your alley. DJs can get paid to play music at events such as weddings or birthday parties. Some can even get a residency at a nightclub.
Read more about high-paying side gigs on GoBankingRates.com.
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