How To Earn Money As A Student

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A student’s life is filled with all kinds of challenges. As you try to focus on your education and learn new skills that can help in your career, you also need to manage personal finance along the side to ensure that your needs are met without any problems. 

If student loan debt, accommodation and food costs, etc. are going out of your hand and you need financial support, then you can always earn some money through different means. For instance, the following are some of the best options that you can consider:

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1.  Sell Old Stuff

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The second-hand goods market is quite big in India as the people are more accepting of used products here if they can save money. So, if you have old furniture, books, electronic gadgets, etc. that you don’t use anymore, then you can sell them on marketplaces like Olx and Quikr to make a quick buck. Besides, there are numerous benefits of uncluttered space which include higher energy levels, reduced anxiety, discovery of lost treasures, etc. 

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2. Play Casino Games

The online casino market is growing at a rapid pace in India. So, you can find all the popular games like poker, blackjack, slots, roulette, rummy, etc. on platforms like LeoVegas casino India. Even if you have never played these games, you can learn the rules rather easily and start earning money in your free time. The good news is that different games require different skills which means that you can pick the ones that are most suited to you. Otherwise, you can also play games that are purely based on luck. Slots is a good example of this category.

3. Write Content for Websites and Blogs

Are you good with writing or willing to develop the talent? If you already have or can develop good writing skills, then you can earn anywhere from Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 20,000 to 30,000 a month by writing blogs, website copy, email newsletters, etc. Freelance writing has become a serious profession today and there is no dearth of industries that hire freelance writers today viz. travel, healthcare, and education. 

The reason why freelancing is so popular is that it allows you to earn income under a flexible arrangement. You can select your own working hours and earn based on the number of assignments completed. This system is perfect for students who can’t work full-time and have varying schedules. 

4. Learn How to Save Money

It doesn’t matter how much money you are earning every month; if you aren’t careful with the expenditure, then you may run into financial problems sooner or later. So, you must learn how to keep money in your pocket and take measures like creating a budget, becoming frugal with the expenses, developing a habit of saving money, etc. 

5. Teach 

You don’t have to have years of teaching experience or hold a Ph.D. in a domain to be a teacher. If you have a certain level of knowledge about a subject and have the knack for teaching, then you can help other students and earn money. For instance, there are many platforms that connect subject matter experts with students in a seamless manner. You can sign up as an expert yourself and earn money by answering the questions raised by the students. Your income will depend on the number of questions answered and the difficulty level of each question. However, you can earn a good amount of money if you have the required knowledge. 

As you can see, even if you don’t have a degree or diploma yet, there are ways to earn money, and rather easily at that. You just need to be creative and identify your strong suit. Good luck!

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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