Summer is the best season to make an extra coin, since it is characterized by a conducive climate to move around. You can take advantage of this season to save up, before winter falls and restricts your options. There are various ways to earn some extra cash during summer, even if you have a regular, full-time job:
Pet Walking Services
Weather during summer is conducive for conducting strolls. Take advantage of this weather to offer pet walking services, which will not only help you make some money but also let you get some exercise. Another benefit of pet walking is that you can take on as many, or as few, jobs as will fit with your regular schedule!
Summer is a busy season, which many parents will take advantage of, to save up additional income for their families. People are also more likely to do more dating activities together. As a result, babysitting becomes a prime opportunity for you to make some extra cash, in your spare time.
Summer internships are good means of money for students. During these placements, you will gain relevant experience in your field of expertise, build up some contacts, and stay busy, while also earning some cash!
There are many events during the summer that require personnel to facilitate them. This creates job opportunities such as disseminating promotional flyers, issuing tickets, and first-aids. Summer events take a few hours, to several days, leaving you with space to work other jobs, as well.
Yard work is a great way to make an extra coin. It’s not only enjoyable, but also a form of exercise. Consider jobs like lawn mowing, gardening, and landscaping while people need the help!
While looking for money making options during summer, also consider alternatives that will help in other aspects such as isometrics, having fun, networking, and gaining career-based experience.
Edward L. Taylor Jr currently serves as a Clayton County Business Banker with Heritage Bank. With over 15 years of experience in the banking industry, Ed can provide you with the best business products and services to serve your needs now and well into the future.
Vice President Business Banker • 770-515-7032 • [email protected]