This week in our side hustle wrap-up we start by throwing some caution to the wind … check that you won’t put your stable job in jeopardy. Daily dot wraps it up with underground slime selling ring.
Citizen’s Voice kicks off by a reader asking about ramifications for her co-worker who is moonlighting as a consultant.
Fast Company hits hard and offers a ways to side-gig that can boost your income and your career simultaneously.
- Build a side hustle on the back of your work skills
- Ask your employer about non-competes
- Pitch an overtime project that lets you prove what your can do
- Pick up a customer service job (but not just any)
- Volunteer in exchange for free classes
- Barter your skills, then convert leads into freelance clients
Nature journal discusses alternative sources of income to cash-strapped researches which may provide opportunities for career development. Whilst Daisy’s modelling side job might not be for everyone Wenig, a postdoc at the University of Bremen’s Center for Computing and Communication Technologies in Germany, says “It is a great contrast to my scientific work, and it helps me to relax.”
Inspirational news from Bowling Green, Virginia where resident Fox-Ezell began pursuing woodworking as a side job whilst working at Spencer’s Coffee.
And we wrap things up with some early starters … a Brooklyn school discovered underground slime-selling rings and promptly broke up the 4th grade side hustle.
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