If you’re studying, it can be hard to find work that fits in around your schedule. People naturally gravitate towards traditional student weekend or evening work in hospitality and retail. But lots of students have found other ways to fund their lifestyle without having to take on traditional roles. Consider these entrepreneurial ways to top up your bank account without interfering with classes and study.
1. Join the IBTforum crew
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2. Become an Airtasker
If completing an eclectic range of odd jobs sounds like an interesting way to work, join Airtasker. Jobs include hanging a painting, washing a car, designing a website or helping someone move house. Simply sign up and browse the listed tasks. You can pick a one-off task to complete at your convenience or multiple jobs based on your location and skills. The advantage is you can select jobs that fit in around study and other commitments, so you can work as much as you like.
3. Use your eye for style
If you love hunting for a bargain and you’ve got an eye for style and trends you could consider becoming a clothing seller on eBay, or in clothes-selling groups on social media. Keep a frugal eye open in op-shops for good brands and on-trend pieces, and then sell the pieces you collect for more than you paid for them. The only downside is sometimes a buyer won’t go through with the purchase, so it’s best to have patience.
4. Or maybe delivering food is more your thing
If you’re too young to drive for Uber, but still interested in being in control of your own working schedule, delivering takeaway food for a company like UberEats or Deliveroo might be the perfect alternative. You can start at 18 years old, and you don’t need to have a car – a bicycle or motorcycle will do (even if you’re still on your probationary motorcycle license). If you ride a bicycle, you’ll get the added bonus of exercise while you work.
5. Manage social media for a small business