Trying to make some extra cash? Have free time you don’t know what to do with? Trying to develop or hone a new skill? You should consider getting a side job.
Brie Reynolds, the director of online content for FlexJobs, an online service specializing in telecommuting and remote work, says “side jobs” are defined as anything part-time, including freelance, temporary, short- or long-term, work-from-home, or in-person flexible gigs.
To qualify for the list, each job had to be considered flexible (and not full-time), and had to pay at least double the federal minimum wage of $ 7.25 an hour.
Here’s FlexJobs’ list of 10 high-paying side jobs you might want to consider: