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Considering layoffs, downsizings, and technological advances in the workplace, it may not be wise to depend on one income source alone. Companies reduce staff sizes and invest in cutting-edge technology to save money on wages. It’s not all bleak and doom; you can start a side hustle and earn a side income.

Selling your services will also enable you to earn a lot of money. Some businesses offer special offers to those who work hard and put forth effort in finding an admin job in Singapore.

Ways to earn extra money:

●    Work as a Tour Guide

Becoming a tour guide is a fantastic side hustle for you. As part of your duties, you’ll be giving tours of the city while providing interesting information about the place. For a career as a tour guide, you need to have excellent navigation skills and the ability to converse with people from diverse backgrounds.

●    Work as an Admin

As an admin, you will be in charge of managing all the administrative tasks at your company. You’ll be responsible for handling any issues arising within your company and ensuring everything runs smoothly. An admin can be a part-time or full-time job, depending on how much time you want to put into it and how much money you want to make.

●     Tutor

Tutoring is one of the best ways to earn extra money in Singapore. You can tutor children in any subject and adults looking for private tutoring. Tutoring is just like teaching a class at school, except you don’t have to attend classes every day as teachers do!

●    Become a babysitter

Singapore offers many opportunities for earning extra income, such as babysitting. You can get paid for babysitting or watching your friends’ kids if they’re not home. To become a babysitter, you need to be 18 years old or older, and you are good to go.

●      Freelance work

You can earn extra money by taking on freelance work. This is an awesome way to make some extra cash, but it will take some time.

To become successful at freelancing, you need the following:

  • Be a good listener and listen to what your clients want.
  • Be patient with them while they tell their story or ask questions about your services. The client is paying your bills, so give them value!
  • Be honest with them by telling them exactly what it will cost based on their budget and availability of resources/resources in Singapore.
  • Be reliable because if something happens unexpectedly (e.g., an accident), customers won’t want their money back – they’ll just want someone else who can do those tasks instead, so that’s why reliability matters here the most.

●    Sell homemade food

Selling homemade food is a great way to earn extra cash. If you have some cooking or baking skills, you can use them to earn money. You can set up a local market stall to sell your products or take orders from home.

Conclusion

I hope this post has given you some great ideas about making extra income in Singapore.

 

Kossi Adzo is the editor and author of Startup.info. He is software engineer. Innovation, Businesses and companies are his passion. He filled several patents in IT & Communication technologies. He manages the technical operations at Startup.info.

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