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Because of the pandemic, many people lost work hours or were laid off. As people continue to struggle to figure out how to supplement their income, picking up a side job to make a few extra bucks might be helpful. While not all of these gigs are possible for everyone, these 100 ways to increase your income might help now or in the near future.
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1. Take Online Surveys
Taking online surveys is one of the easiest ways to earn extra money. And plenty of companies are looking for consumer feedback to improve their products or develop new ones.
Brands hire survey sites to conduct online questionnaires on their behalf, gaining access to precious customer feedback. The sites, in turn, pay you for participating in their surveys. If you really want to rake in the cash, join several survey sites to maximize access to opportunities. SurveySavvy and InboxDollars are just a few of the sites that will pay you to share your thoughts.
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2. Test Websites
Many businesses pay people to visit their sites and test functionality and user-friendliness. Fortunately, getting into website testing is relatively easy. Simply sign up for free on sites such as Enroll or UserTesting. The latter pays $10 for each 20-minute test that is completed and accepted.
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3. Open a High-Yield Savings Account
By opening a high-yield savings account, you can earn money on top of the money you already have. All you have to do is find a savings account with a high annual percentage yield offer. Today rates are as high as 0.61% for a high-yield savings account. The national average APY is 0.33% as reported by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp (FDIC).
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4. Participate In Mock Trials
You don’t need to know insider lawyer secrets or have a law degree to make money in the legal sector. Websites such as eJury and OnlineVerdict pay users to participate in mock trials for their clients, who are mainly lawyers.
Online juries give lawyers the chance to “pre-try” their cases before presenting them in court. The lawyers gain experience, and you earn …….