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I am a university student, I work a part time job but it's just not enough money but a very rewarding job as a tutor. If I was looking for something that would help me earn a little extra, what would the suggestions be?
I've tried the survey websites but I'm a bit too impatient I think to spend 15 minutes on a survey to only earn 75p
 

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I am a university student, I work a part time job but it's just not enough money but a very rewarding job as a tutor. If I was looking for something that would help me earn a little extra, what would the suggestions be?
I've tried the survey websites but I'm a bit too impatient I think to spend 15 minutes on a survey to only earn 75p
Hi @Alisha Fiaz
The two most lucrative and 'can do at home' things for you would be Risk free Matched Betting and probably doing Web Search Evaluator working for someone like Leapforce. You should easily clear £1000+ a month from those two alone
 
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Oh! I've had a look at matched betting, a lot of guides say you need around £50 to begin and unfortunately Im not able to do that. I will look into the Leapforce thing. Thanks for the info!
 

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i use sweatcoin which i download on my phone on the app store, it counts how many steps u walk everyday and converts them into sweatcoins!! you can exchange them for loads for rewards. it’s free to join!!!
 
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Have yo7 tried swagbucks
 

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I am a university student, I work a part time job but it's just not enough money but a very rewarding job as a tutor. If I was looking for something that would help me earn a little extra, what would the suggestions be?
I've tried the survey websites but I'm a bit too impatient I think to spend 15 minutes on a survey to only earn 75p
Prolific Academic is the best study/survey site that will help you earn a little extra. The threshold is really low (£5) and has been good for me as a student/graduate. A lot of the studies are also pretty interesting and it feels rewarding to help researchers:)
 

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Apps on your phone are probably the easiest way to earn money quickly without matched betting. Ones to look out for are Roamler, Task 360 (ios only), streetspotr, clicandwalk, mobeye, qmee, curious cat, streetbees, vypr, voxpoxme, jobspotter and slicethepie. Also receipt hog and shoppix will pay for pictures of your receipts. Traditional mystery shopping is also a good one too. Getting paid to eat out!

Matched betting definitely pays best so it might be worth trying to put aside a little bit of anything you do make until then and then make a go of it. I started out with £50 and within 2 weeks I've made well over £150 profit. Like you I didnt have any money spare so I saved all my paypal payments up. Can totally see me hitting £1000 a month on this alone by the middle of the year!

Lionbridge are also recruiting at the moment. Similar to leapforce but got back to me within days. Still havent heard from leapforce and I applied in November! And look into usertesting and whatusersdo. They pay you to look for bugs in websites.

Take matched betting out and you should be able to bring in at least £500 a month, probably over £1000 with lionbridge/leapforce.
 

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it's either the big stuff like leapforce or a massive mixture of the smaller stuff like surveys and apps. And it takes time to build it up but £200+ is achievable in month 1 or 2.
 

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As a recent student, I wouldn't recommend surveys either as they are not well paid. Prolific is decent though if you want to earn money here and there. Sign up and set up a chrome alert so you will be notified when a survey comes up, I find this handy when i'm on the computer.
As for actual money, you can sign up to appen/lionbridge/leapforce. They will take time to get back to you, but if you get hired, you can get a decent pay. When I was hired, they offered me $13 per hour, I just did these tasks whilst watching tv or browsing the internet, so it is simple tasks.
Student specific, you can get hired as an ambassador for certain companies to promote at your University - some ones I saw recently was Circle App, drinks brands etc.
 

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