An Odd Job by any Other Name would Smell Just as Sweet: Thirty Odd Jobs

odd jobs

Saving is one half of an equation, but to save, you have to make money. Many like to supplement their regular jobs, many are retired and would like to work — but not too much. Many are teens and can’t get a regular job yet. What, oh, what can you do? So you can hit the pavement running, I did a little footwork for you. Here are thirty jobs you just might be able to do.

  • If you frequent a website and are tech savvy, maybe they’ll hire you to iron out bugs or moderate.
  • Freelance for newspapers, magazines, online journals.
  • Run Errands. Especially if you have a conservative gas machine, you can combine your errands with your neighbors’ for a small fee.
  • Make thin

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5 Responses to An Odd Job by any Other Name would Smell Just as Sweet: Thirty Odd Jobs

  1. ben says:

    There are so many things that one can do to earn a little extra money. It takes effort, but that little extra can mean early retirement.

  2. Shannon says:

    It’s actually been a dream of mine to make a career of odd jobs. I get bored too easily doing the same thing all the time — I like the variety!

  3. Jen says:

    Great stuff! I was just trying to figure out what I could do during the summers or on the side/weekends for extra cash. These are some awesome things I can look into! Thanks, Ann! :)

  4. Meghan says:

    Joining the army reserves is hardly an “odd job”…my coworker is in the reserves and she just got shipped off to Iraq.

  5. Kristian says:

    Good thoughts. I expect placing an ad in the local paper’s service directory for hauling could net a few bucks. Both for the hauling itself and the occasional recycling find. Metal prices these days make recycling for money more viable than it has been in the past.

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