7 Websites Where You Can Apply For Side Hustles Online
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The COVID-19 pandemic affected not only our health and social lives, but our finances as well. Due to several businesses closing down, which has resulted to employees losing their jobs, many have turned to side hustles that can be done without leaving the house, such as freelancing and establishing an online business.
What is a side hustle, anyway?
Don’t worry, having a side hustle does not always mean establishing a business or venturing into entrepreneurship. In fact, it is simply “a way to make money away from your 9 to 5 job,” according to dropshipping application Oberlo. “It allows you to make more money that’ll give you the freedom to pursue your passions, buy things you need or want, and lower any financial worries.”
With limited opportunities to pursue side hustles outside of our homes, now is definitely the perfect time to make use of technology and everything it has to offer. Lucky for us, there are several websites where you can apply for side hustles and earn extra income. Check them out here!
If you enjoy organizing schedules, managing social media accounts, and would like to take the challenge of being given a wide variety of tasks, you may be interested in applying for a Virtual Assistant role.
Task Bullet has offices in California and Manila, where Filipinos can apply for Virtual Assistant jobs for the company’s US-based clients. The tasks include administrative support, social media management, data entry, and many more.
All applicants will undergo thorough screening and will be assigned to a client if they make the cut. This role is perfect for those who have a knack for organization, for sure!
If you’re wondering what Virtual Assistants do on a daily basis, Filipina YouTuber Mimi Luarca explains everything you need to know in this video:
For more information, visit Task Bullet’s website.
Filipinos are known to be very good English speakers, which is why RareJob offers several language tutoring positions that you can snag! It is one of the top online schools based in Japan and the Philippines where you can teach English and Japanese using only a video-streaming platform.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old, highly proficient in the English language, and with basic computer literacy. If you’re passionate for teaching, this job is for you!
For more information, visit RareJob’s website.
With over 977,502 designers on their roster, DesignCrowd is a leading marketplace for both clients and designers to help each other out.
Entrepreneurs and clients can launch their projects on the website, specifying their design briefs: what they’re looking for, what they want the designs to look like, as well as their price range. Designers can submit their customized works depending on the project’s descriptions, and the client will choose which design to use for their project.
For more information, visit DesignCrowd’s website.
Another English language learning platform that you can utilize is AcadSoc, catering to Chinese learners all over the world. Before getting hired, however, you will need to undergo Teaching Training and pass a Demo Class.
Accepted Filipino applicants can enjoy flexible teaching schedules, extra income (top tutors can earn as much as Php 60,000 per month!), and get the opportunity to spend time with kids from different cultures!