Making money for college students can be quite tough, especially when you’re trying to shift back and forth between buying books and going out for parties. You have all the time and energy, yet no money at all. But do not worry, we can all make money and even for students. In this article, we’re going to list several tips for students on making money, and also saving money. Make sure to read this article to find out more about it.
Find a job
This tip is an obvious one; if you want to have more money, obviously you have to work. There will be many restaurants wanting a student to work part-time in their restaurants, and if you’re not a fan of labor work there’s always freelance works for you to take, one thing for sure when you’re looking for a job is to make sure that you’re flexible with the schedule. Make sure that the job does not interrupt with your class, while also making sure that you can squeeze some social life between work and study.
Tip: Usually on the campus there’s a board where they put up job offerings, consider looking or asking around to find these boards.
Sell your used books
We get it, textbooks can be very expensive, and to make things worse, they change the books that you need every semester, which means every six months you have to prepare your money to buy new ones. Our tip on facing this is to sell your used books for a lower price to juniors, as it is a win-win solution for you and your students. Doing this will make sure that your junior gets the book that they need, while also lowering your cost of having to buy new books.
Tip: Sell your books in a bundle to entice customers to buy more books.
Help out the neighborhood
Usually, your neighbor will post jobs such as taking out the trash, taking the dogs for a walk or even babysit their children, and this is a perfect chance for you to make some spare cash. Although the job might not pay you as much as a part-timer or a freelancer, you will have more free time, and not to mention more flexible time for you to go out and do stuff together with your friends.
Tip: Since this is not an official job, try to do your best to negotiate for higher pay.…Read More