Side Hustles for College Ladies
Attending classes in college and performing well at your job employment can be a great challenge for many students. Your lecturers expect you to pass their exams, just as much as your employer expects your best work. This is a tough spot to be in, and one of these two may fail. The best thing to do would be to get a part time job that is less formal and more social. Young women have more opportunities when it comes to this.
You have the opportunity to be a webcam model, if you can manage. It is the simplest yet most lucrative offering available. There are no starting charges, and it can be done at home. You need to know how a webcam works, and have a seductive manner of speech. Stick to agencies that do not require you to undress, and you shall do well.
There is the job of a waitress. It requires good social skills and comfort in the company of people. Those who have issues hanging around people, or are shy, may find it hard at first but will learn to appreciate it once these fears have been eliminated.
You may choose to babysit. Most parents feel comfortable leaving their kids with them. The fact that they are a prime child bearing age means they shall readily take care of the babies. You will get better pay if you find a wealthy family. This the job is not hard to do.
Those who are physically in good shape and can study for their trainer certification can easily gain from their time in the gym by becoming fitness instructors. They could also become personal trainers for some private clients who would pay well. Your freedom to choose your clients will ensure you work with only people who are not creepy. For your reassurance, you can stick to women clients.
There is also the option of becoming a freelance writer. If you are good with words and can type fairly well, you can have a decent side job anywhere there is an internet connection. You can build up your portfolio by posting articles on blogs, and start getting clients by directing them there. It will be beneficial to have good people skills.
Since you are in college, you can take tutoring jobs where you will not have a problem handling elementary or middle school questions. You can opt to go deeper by selecting topics you are especially proficient at.
As far as your skills allow, you can do data entry and telecommuting. You will need excellent customer relation skills. The repetitive nature of data entry may be mentally tasking, but if you push through, you will be earning very good pay from such gigs.
The option you finally decide to go with should be in harmony with your coursework in college.