Online side hustles that a teacher can do during this long Holiday.
Schools are closed till January 23rd, and most teachers are wondering what they will do to earn extra income this long holiday to supplement their salary.
Here is a list of top- paying online side hustles that a teacher can engage in.
Tutoring can be a good side hustle for a teacher. A teacher can do this by simply transferring classroom content online, including lectures, demonstrations, and working out concepts, and posting them online for learners to access during this long holiday. A teacher can start a What’s App group where you’ll be teaching the learners for a fee. Similarly, you can use Google Meetings to hold online classes. This can provide you with extra income while also keeping you occupied during the holidays.
A teacher can engage in academic writing jobs and earn about $5 per page, which is equivalent to 500 Kenyan shillings. What you simply need is a laptop and good internet.
Below is a list of genuine sites where one can become an online academic writer.
- Homework market
- Academia research
- Writers Hub
A transcription service is a commercial venture that turns spoken words into written or digital text documents. During this holiday, a teacher can engage in transcription jobs and earn about $500 a day. All you need to do is sign up and start earning through transcription.
Some of the sites that one can join for transcription include:
- Transcibe through me,
- QA world,
Start a blog.
Another good way a teacher can engage students during this holiday is by starting a blog. What you need to do is create a self- hosted blog, start putting out quality content, and develop organic website traffic. Create a community for your brand and start selling advertising to earn money.
The good thing about these online side hustles is that you can work from home at any time.