What jobs can teenagers get

above 5 online jobs for young people

If there's one thing most teenagers have in common, it's that they could use more money. Whether saving for college or extra cash, it never hurts to have an income as a teenager. Fortunately in this day and age, you don't need to go flip burgers or bag groceries (my high school job) start bringing in some money.

Below I am going to share with you what I consider above 5 online jobs for teens. There are many other ways for teens to make money online, but I chose these 5 because they offer a variety of options, and each one takes a varying amount of skill and commitment.

For any job, I'll explain what it is, how you can make money doing it, and the skills involved in it.

My List of the Top 5 Online Jobs for Teens

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1. Getting Paid to Take Surveys

While polling for money may not be the most exciting way to make money online, it is certainly the easiest. It doesn't take any background knowledge, just requires an email address and a WiFi connection and you're good to go.

Market research companies need people's feedback and opinions on their products and services so they can better shape them to meet the need of the market. Being a teenager puts you in a special demographic as there are million and billion dollar companies that are targeting the teenage market. That makes you special.

Since some market research companies are looking exclusively for teens while others must be 18 or older, I've put together this list of the best survey panels for teens.

If you're excited to start making money with surveys, I recommend starting with my guide to using Swagbucks. Swagbucks is a massive website and a great way to make money. I got $ 10 Amazon within 2 days of signing up.

Taking surveys won't make you rich, but if you follow the advice on my blog then it can be more than enough to make money for spending or a good source for college for saving up its. You get to work where you want and when you want. That's hard to beat.

2. Freelancing

Freelancing is a general term for work project project. You are your own boss, and companies hire you for them to do a job. You are your client.

Freelancing can make you money in tons of different ways. You can be a freelance writer, photographer, coder, designer, and many more. One thing I really like about the idea of ​​freelancing, especially if you start out early as a teenager, is that it is usually focused around a skill.

The more you freelance, the more money you makeand the better at your skills you will get. The better your skills you get, the more you charge. Who knows, maybe you'll get good enough where your freelancing job as a teenager pans out to be a great full time job.

My website is dedicated to surveys, so if you'd like to learn more about freelancing check out these sites:

Write

Here is a list of sites you can look for freelance writing jobs on:

Here is a website to get on well with photography:Digital photography school

Here is a list of websites you can sell your photos on:

General freelancing:

3. Sell on eBay, Amazon or ETSY

There are tons of opportunities for selling on these sites, so I obviously can't cover all of them. But somethings that I've seen working on sites like eBay and Amazon is finding things locally and selling them for more than you bought them online.

Or maybe you can buy something in a package deal and then sell it individually for a higher total price. This is actually how I make my first money online. Buy package deals of N64 games, then sell them all individually.

ETSY is a dedicated handicrafts sales website. If you enjoy arts and crafts, you can and buy it put on your stuff there and have people look like. You could make a hobby of yours profitable. Nothing wrong with that.

 

4. Start blog

Is there a topic you know a lot about or are really interested in? Start a blog about it. Even if you don't think you have anything to share, just choose a topic you like and start researching it. Keep notes while researching and you'll soon realize that those notes could be formed into blog posts.

You can use social media or Google to get people to your blog and read your writing. While this takes longer than the above options to set up, it could eventually make you money while you sleep.

You can monetize a blog in a number of different ways. But the easiest is probably to recommend Amazon products and partner with them, and / or put Google Adsense on your website and try to make money through ads.

Blogging is way too big of a topic for me to cover in this post, but it's definitely an option for a teenager to make money online.

You can sign up for Bluehost and get started blogging for a few dollars a month today.

5. Write a Kindle book

This is similar to blogging, except that you are selling a book on the Amazon Kindle Store. If you ever look there, you realize there are tons of books on tons of different subjects. You can go there and work your way through any topic. When you find a topic that inspires you or you're curious to know, begin researching and writing the book. It's super easy to get going.

Here's a hint as well, the freelancing sites mentioned above are used to get someone to write a book for you. You just choose the subject, please send it to them, and they will give a book for you. You can then use a site like Fiverr to get a cover for your book for $ 5.

Make sure the book is properly formatted and upload it to Amazon. It's so easy to get a book published today.

Here is a link to a free Kindle formatting book.

 

So there you have it. My top 5 online jobs for teens. I know this isn't a how-to guide on them (with the exception of the surveys, my entire website is a guide to guide that), I hope that there is a nice place online to start ideas and to start making money to earn.

Remember, if you'd like to start making money now, I recommend taking surveys for that. Here's the list of survey panels designed specifically for teens.

Do you have any questions or other ideas for online jobs for teenagers? Let me know in the comments!

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