If you have teaching experience on your resume, look through current job openings or post that you're seeking a tutoring job on . Tutors can land rates as high as $65 per hour, but you should expect to work about four hours per week, according to .
Summer is the perfect time to get a so that you can qualify to teach swim lessons at a YMCA pool, a city pool, or a private swim school.
If you live in a major city that's prone to visitors, use Indeed to find . Whether you walk and talk or give bike tours, it's a fun way to get exercise while meeting new people.
Since there are hundreds of camps across the United States, finding a position at a summer camp can seem like a daunting task — but it shouldn't. You can search openings through the (ACA) or attend to learn about opportunities.
If you have a way with words, search job listing sites like , , and for freelance opportunities. Another option: , where you can set email alerts for freelance jobs that apply to your experience and job level.
Did you know is actually the most profitable side job? an average of $924 per month, according to . Before diving in head first and buying a second home, test drive this gig by renting out a room in your home.
At and , you can list yourself as a "Pet Nanny" or "Pet Concierge," and people in need of a sitter will you. is another site for sitters and if you really wanting to make it official, the (NAPPS) offers an online certification course, so you can turn you work into a legitimate business, according to
Even though there are several before becoming an or , it's an easy way to make extra money. Drivers at both companies earn about the same per month, according to , but if you're looking to earn more, try working for both. Another tip: Fares increase with time in distance and also when demand is higher than normal.
At a local nursery, you can tend to plants and answer customers' gardening questions. More demanding tasks like stacking trees or packing plants for orders might also be part of the role. Little to no experience is required as you'll get training on the job, and you can expect pay to be close to minimum hourly wage, according to
If you're an exercise fanatic, share your passion by becoming a certified fitness instructor for , yoga, or . Stop by local gyms or other boutique fitness companies to see what certifications you might need for open instructor positions.
If you live near a Major League Baseball stadium, you can use to search for seasonal openings in food and beverage, ticket sales, technical services, event staff, and more. And for even more opportunities, check out the official employment service of Minor League Baseball, .
Similar to the steps it takes to find pet-sitting jobs, check , , and to list yourself as an available summer dog walker. Talk about a fun way to get some sun (and exercise) while making money.
With no formal education credential required, these positions (including ride operators, waiters, vendor cashiers, ticket takers, custodians, and security guards) are great for teens or retirees. The pay range is around and employees typically get free passes for friends and family as an added perk.
If you have a seasonal summer farmer's market in your area, check to see what job openings are available. Since most kiosks are run by farmers or small business owners, they can often use an extra set of hands.