The national labor shortage is more complicated than people simply not wanting to work, he said.
16. Sell used tech Have an old gaming console or an old phone that’s gathering dust on the shelf? From Facebook Marketplace to Craigslist, there are a lot of buyers out there looking to get their hands on used, affordable tech. You could even go as far as purchasing electronics and fix them or refurbish them before selling them off again for a higher price.
Google doesn’t break out how much its Maps business makes, but it’s one of Google’s most under-monetized products, Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak told CNBC. He estimated it could be worth $11 billion by the year 2023.
3. Yard work If you’re not very handy but still want to work with your hands, yard work can be an excellent way to make some money on the side. Shovel snow, mow the lawn, rake leaves — many people are willing to pay for someone else to do work around their yard.
However, if you're considering opening a RedCard, this Mastercard isn't an option for you. You can choose from a debit or credit card to use only at Target, the same way your Kohl's store credit card only works at Kohl's.
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Job seekers are encouraged to visit any North Carolina or South Carolina Domino's store to apply in-person. Most locations will host immediate on-site interviews throughout the day.
Everyone has a website and needs copy for that website, and copywriters can also provide text for a variety of small business needs ranging from industry reports to interoffice emails. While some businesses can pull it off themselves, it's a task that's often outsourced to freelancers.
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If you’re a good artist — or even a clever slogan writer — you can earn royalties or licensing fees by uploading your art and allowing it to be sold on various products, such as coffee mugs and iPhone cases, made by print-on-demand companies. These companies, the best of which include Fine Art America and Redbubble, make, market and mail the products, and license the art that decorates the items. Artists set their own royalty rates. The print-on-demand operation adjusts the price of items to reflect your take.