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How To Earn Money In College

No matter whether you come from a family which is relatively wealthy or not, money has a way to always be an issue for college students. Perhaps because many parents do not want to spoil their children with fat checks, students have to become creative when it comes to earning money.

Here are some tips on how to simplify the process.

  1. Offer something that is not available already
    You know that marketing always refers to ”gaps” meaning the products or services that consumers need and the market does not offer already. The college has many opportunities like that for you. An example that is not quite well-known yet is to become a Loan Signing Agent. You can earn $75 to $200 per hour and all you need is a notary commission. A simple application is often enough to let you obtain a notary commission. At the same time, you will work on your own schedule and according to your needs.
  2. Use a skill you already have
    When you enter college you are a grown adult with many skills and talents that have been developed already. Use one of them to gain some extra money. You can create online courses of something you like or you can even work as a translator if you know any other languages. Writing on blogs and working as a freelancer is also another great idea to earn some bucks for your monthly costs. The process will help you become familiar with how to take care of yourself and not having to expect others to help you. In the meanwhile, you are not giving anything up since we talk about things that you already know how to do in the first place.
  3. Do something that will benefit your career in the future
    This is actually a great strategy that shows a mind that is able to think long-term. Especially if you like to be involved in the business industry adopting this mindset will be a blessing. You can see the years in college as an experiment on how to do things in real life. Remember you have 3 years ahead of you to experiment; fail and try again until you become successful. By the time college will be over you will be a fully experienced individual. To set an example, consider creating an app or becoming a trader in platforms such as Amazon, eBay, and Etsy. The exciting part about these platforms is that you can go as big as you want. If you want to play safe and just experiment in the beginning until you understand how things work, these platforms have space for you. In addition, you can take initiative and work on things that are related to your studies. If you are in the last year where you have already gained some knowledge and experience, introduce yourself to your future career. Talk to your professors and ask them to let you know how you think and address you accordingly.
  4. Experiment with things you always wanted to
    What is so great about college is that since earning money is not your top priority, you can deal with it in a way that is less serious and strict. It is a very nice chance to experiment with things you were always eager to learn but never had the opportunity in the past, neither will you have the time in the future. Hobbies, crafts, or activities that you may not be familiar with at the moment can work nicely for you.
  5. Rent or sell stuff
    This is the best idea for a passive income that will save you some bucks. If you have the money to invest in buying a house this will be the best real estate of your life. Buy a house with 4 bedrooms, use the one for yourself and rent the other 3 to your mates. The income will be enough for you to cover your monthly expenses and to save some money on your pocket returning your investment to your account. At the same time, if you have a car that you don’t use very much since most of your time will be spent on the campus you can rent it using a platform called Turo that allows you to earn money by renting your car. If the university is at your birthplace and you live with your parents don’t hesitate to drop the idea of renting the garage. Many students come and go and would love to have some space to store their stuff.

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Anna Siampani
Anna Siampani, Lifestyle Editorial Director at the CEOWORLD magazine, working with reporters covering the luxury travel, high-end fashion, hospitality, and lifestyle industries. As lifestyle editorial director, Anna oversees CEOWORLD magazine's daily digital editorial operations, editing and writing features, essays, news, and other content, in addition to editing the magazine's cover stories, astrology pages, and more. You can reach Anna by mail at anna@ceoworld.biz