How Millennials Can Make Extra Summer Cash
The Summer is a valuable time to make extra cash.
There are many ways to do this during this season, especially if you are a Millennial, and one who is in college, but off for the Summer, one who just graduated from college, or a Millennial who has a regular full-time job, but needs extra summer cash to pay expenses, or for other needs.
For Millennials also in desperate situations for extra income, they can jump right to the classified sections of their local newspapers, or job search sites online, and look for any positions that they might be interested in such as hospitality, construction or tutoring. Millennials can type in jobs in the search bar on these sites like, Indeed.com, and Monster.com, and then select the location where they currently are or want to work during the summer.
Better yet, but not to exclude the aforementioned, there are also apps Millennials can download on their iPhone, or smartphone depending on what type of device a Millennial has, that will pay Millennials for working the app company’s services via businesses in their communities. Millennials who like food are also in luck because they can deliver it with apps like DoorDash or UberEats.
If Millennials don’t like to deliver food, but they like to drive customers around and make money, there is just Uber itself, and Lyft. Millennials can just sign-up when they download the app on their smartphone device, and follow the instructions that the app gives them to get started. Millennials can also work when they want to with a simple turn off, or on, notifying the app that they are either available to work, or not available to work.
For the Millennial who enjoys making money the old-fashioned way, and non-technical modern way, there is lawn-mowing using theirs, a neighbor’s, or customer’s lawn mower, depending on the type of arrangement they make with their business. Millennials can set a rate at $50 for every yard that they cut, or $100 if the yard they are cutting is a big yard. They can put a classified ad in the newspaper, or online through social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, to build their client base, and make more money. There is also the simple and classic way of word-of-mouth and referrals that indicate the excellent job Millennials do at cutting lawns. By doing so, Millennials will help beautify the world one yard at a time, hence their clients will appreciate their work, and leave them feeling good after each cut.
Millennials who are not the lawn-mowing or landscaping type might find enjoyment in waiting tables or washing dishes at a restaurant or diner as it is another viable option for how Millennials can make extra summer cash through the total amount of tips they make, and usually a small hourly rate of income. Some eating establishments take walk-ins for their hiring process while others prefer an application and then calling their favorite potential employer back for an Interview, if they wish to go that route.
In conclusion, as the ways to increase their income over the Summer described above are just a few methods that Millennials can make extra Summer cash, there are many ways Millennials can make extra Summer cash that will meet their Summer financial goals over the Summer and give them more money than they had in their bank accounts and wallets than before they went on Summer break if they are in college, or set-up a payment plan for how much money they wanted to make by the Fall, or whichever time they wanted to make a certain amount of money by, if they just finished college, or have a full-time job and needed extra cash for expenses, or for other needs.