Search for Online Jobs

Work From Home Options for Minors under 18

So you are a minor and not eligible for most of the online opportunities. Nor can you take up a full time part time job or even have an bank account operating. Well still whether you need to supplement your pocket money or pay for that next tank of gas, here are some great ideas for part time jobs that you can do on your own, without a boss.

1. Mowing Lawns

You have done this with your own lawn, you probably did it as a kid. Believe it or not there is a lot of people out there that don't want or need a landscaper they just want someone to mow there lawn twice a month. Post an ad on with your services. Do the opposite of what gardeners do and offer a flat rate for mowing a lawn, one time. Be bold about what you charge and don't make people call you to find out. They won't because they will think they can't afford you, but if they know right up front that you only want $20.00 for example to come mow their lawn for an hour, you will have lots of phone calls and repeat business.

2. After school tutoring

You've helped your own kids with their homework now you can help other kids with homework. Let parents know at your child's school that you are starting an after school homework program. You can also branch out and with a Paypal account, get paid online so that you can offer help through email or phone. There are also several websites on the internet that are looking for people just like you can be on call for tutoring. Although, you have to split the rate, but you don't have to go out and search for clients.

3. Deliver Flyers

There are small business everywhere that need reliable people to deliver their flyers door to door. Make up your own flyer and drop them off at pizza parlors, dry cleaners and realtor's, for example. Tell your potential clients that you are looking for extra cash and are reliable and can go door to door for $20.00 an hour. Walk your neighborhood for an hour and count how many houses you walk past and let your potential client know how many houses you can cover in an hour.

4. Errands

There is a growing number of baby boomers that have parents that need errands done, such as picking up dry cleaning or they need their parents driven to doctors appointments and they can't do it because they are working. Offer your services and base it on a flat rate. Soon, they will find it so convenient they will pay you to do it for them all the time.

5. Cooking

Baby boomers also worry about whether their parents are eating well and you can start a part time business, delivering pizza once a week to their house or your own home cooked meals.

6. Car Wash

Most people don't have the time to stop on the way home from work to have their car wash, but it sure would be nice if you would do it for them. Offer to pick up their car at work, wash it and bring it back and pick up your cash or offer to pick it up at their house on a weekend and drive it to the car wash and back. Charge what you would charge to have someone do that for you.

7. Walk Dogs

How many dogs are sitting at home right now waiting for their owners to come home and walk them. Start in your neighborhood, introduce yourself as a dog walker and offer to walk their dog while they are at work. Not only are you making a dog happy, your making your neighbor happy. They can come home and relax and know that their dog has already had their walk for the day.

8. Appointment Waiter

You have to be home in order to get your a phone installed or your cable fixed. And what about grocery delivery, most of the after work appointments are already filled up by the time people order their groceries, but you can do the waiting for them and even put the groceries away.

9. Housecleaning

Search ads in craiglist and then post your own ad. To get started, advertise your rates and make them flat and less expensive than anyone else's. Keep it simple. What do you do in your house every day and how long does it take you to do it. You may be surprised to find out how much you can do in an hour. Figure out if you had someone come in and clean for you, what would you want them to do, then do it yourself and keep track of the time. From that, develop an advertisement that outlines exactly what you will do for an hour and a flat rate.

10. Babysitting

Believe it or not, it is hard to find a babysitter now a days that will come to your house for a couple of hours. If you are able to do that at the last minute, then advertise yourself as a babysitter and not a day care. Let people know that you can come to their house and watch their children when they go exercise or go to dinner. Charge a flat rate by the hour.

11. Cashcrate

Cashcrate is another good oppurtunity for minors under 18 but above 13 to earn online. It pays you to complaete some offers like sign up for some free social network, fillout some stuff, register for some other things. But prepare a new email id for providing for completing these offers as they result in lot of spam. Once you gather around 10$ of earnings you are eligible to receive your payment.

Here is my referral link: Cashcrate
If you sign up through this, I'll receive 20% of your earnings, but nothing will be deducted from yours.
Digg Stumble This Mixx Furl Propeller Simpy Live Twitthis Add To Slashdot Spurl Google Yahoo Reddit Technorati Blinklist Blogmarks Smarkings Ma.gnolia SphereIt Sphinn Feedmelinks

No comments:

Sponsored Links for Online Jobs