5 Simple Ways to Make Some Extra Cash Over the Holidays

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Who doesn’t need some extra cash over the holidays? We all want to show how much we love our family members and friends, so why not pick up a seasonal job to help you get through it successfully!

Become a Rover.com Pet Sitter or Dog Walker

Rover is one of the nation’s largest community of pet sitters and dog walkers. On Rover, you can set your own schedule and prices, get access to 24/7 support, and experience automatic and secure payments. Want to know how much you should charge? Take a look at what top dog walkers in Austin and top dog boarding sitters in Miami are charging. Depending on where you live, you could be earning more than $1,000 per month.

Hop onto TaskRabbit

Are you the person your friends call to fix their leaky sink? Do you finding cleaning your floors oddly rewarding? List your services on TaskRabbit. Potential clients can contact you directly from the site, and you can offer everything from raking leaves to assembling Ikea furniture.

Become a driver with Lyft

Are you most relaxed when you’re driving? Do you like meeting new people? Become a driver with Lyft and earn up to $35 an hour. You’ll get to keep your tips, take advantage of Prime Time pricing during peak hours, and get access to insurance protection at no extra cost.

Snag a seasonal retail job

According to the National Retail Federation, retailers are expected to hire between 640,000 and 690,000 seasonal workers this year. If you’re looking for short-term work , have a flexible schedule, and would love a store discount, holiday retail work could be the perfect fit for you.

Rent Your Home on Airbnb

If you’re traveling for the holidays or have an extra room in your house, rent it out to travelers on Airbnb. Right when you get started, Airbnb will tell you how much you could make based on your space and the demand in your city.

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