Side Gigs Aren’t Just for Under-30s
(GivenUs.com) – Looking for ways to make a little extra cash during retirement? Maybe you’re thinking that freelance gigs are just something the millennials are taking on. I found that to not necessarily be true.
Now, college students and Millennials have a new competitor out there. Retirees are becoming more interested in side gigs and are definitely benefiting from working while retired. https://t.co/nB2alD0RY0
— John White (@juanblanco76) February 5, 2020
Check out some of these prosperous side hustles that anyone can do.
They offer flexibility. If you have a nice home, but the kids are all grown up and moved out — so why not turn it into an Airbnb? This can be a profitable side biz, and you get to meet new people all the time. This is perfect if you’re retired, flexible and can accommodate guests at a moment’s notice.
You don’t need a lot of skills. The good thing about a lot of popular side gigs out there is you don’t need a ton of experience. Love to drive? Know your way around town? Give ride sharing or meal delivery a try. Businesses like Lyft allow you to transport locals to their destination. Shipt is a grocery shopping and meal delivery company that lets you shop and deliver foods and goods to your neighbors for some extra cash.
Working on the road is an option. Have you always dreamed about being a digital nomad? Traveling while making some extra cash is the ultimate dream! If you have some creative writing skills, put them to use. Be a freelance writer or blogger and share your experiences on the road. Sites like Upwork can help you find side gigs to get you started.
The best thing about being your own boss and making some side cash is you can utilize multiple income streams. Putting some extra money in your pocket occupies your time, but most of all, it fattens your bank account!
~Here’s to Your Success!
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