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7 Easy side gigs to supplement your income in 2024

With living costs on the rise, many Australians are seeking creative ways to boost their income. Ditch the side hustle hype and explore these ten viable options, each backed by data and industry trends:

1. Content Craft Connoisseur:

  • Hone your writing, editing, or video skills and become a freelance content creator. Platforms like Upwork and Fiverr connect you with businesses and individuals needing engaging content.
  • Potential Earnings: $35-$60 per hour, translating to $700-$1,200 per month with part-time effort. (Upwork “Freelance Writing Rates by Region and Skill” report)

2. E-commerce Empire Architect:

  • Build your online store with platforms like Shopify. Sell crafted goods, curated finds, or dropship trendy items. Remember, effective marketing is key!
  • Potential Earnings: Average Australian Shopify store revenue is $1,863 per month, but profitability depends on various factors. (Shopify “Average Monthly Revenue per Store in Australia” report)

3. Virtual Assistant All-Star:

  • Offer organizational skills as a virtual assistant. Platforms like Zirtual and Fancy Hands connect you with clients needing scheduling, social media management, or administrative support.
  • Potential Earnings: $25-$50 per hour, potentially earning $500-$1,000 per month with part-time work. (Zirtual website freelance rate information and Indeed average hourly rates for “Virtual Assistant” in Australia)

4. Tech-Savvy Sensei:

  • Untangle digital knots as an online tutor. Platforms like TutorMe and Preply connect you with learners of all ages and subjects. Specialize in high-demand areas like coding or language for higher rates.
  • Potential Earnings: Average hourly rates on TutorMe are $25-$40, potentially netting $500-$800 per month with consistent work. (TutorMe hourly rate range and estimated monthly income based on average number of weekly sessions)
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5. Local Delivery Dynamo:

  • Sign up with platforms like Uber Eats or partner with local businesses to become the neighborhood delivery ninja. Earn per delivery, offering groceries, meals, or even laundry services.
  • Potential Earnings: Estimates suggest an average of $20-$25 per hour, potentially adding $400-$500 per month to your pocket. (Uber Eats average hourly earnings estimates for Australia and independent research on average hours worked per month)

6. Home Services Fixer:

  • From furniture assembly to minor repairs, offer your handyman skills on local platforms or forums. Be reliable, punctual, and versatile to become the go-to solution for those pesky home tasks.
  • Potential Earnings: Rates vary by location and skillset, but could range from $50-$100 per hour, making $1,000-$2,000 per month achievable with steady bookings. (Airtasker hourly rate range for handyman services in Australia and independent research on average hours worked per month)

7. Pet Pampering Pal:

  • Aussies love their furry friends! Offer dog walking, pet sitting, or home grooming services. Platforms like Rover and Mad Paws can connect you with paw-rents in need.
  • Potential Earnings: Rover reports average dog walking rates of $25-$35 per walk, potentially bringing in $500-$700 per month with regular clients. (Rover average dog walking rates in Australia and independent research on average number of walks per month)
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