A recent study shows that approximately 44 million Americans have side jobs. Side jobs are part time ventures that are in addition to a person’s full time job, or primary source of income. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone as the cost of living is rising at exponential rates around the country. If you’re interested in supplementing your income during your non-work hours, here are some ideas for you.
If you’ve ever purchased a home you’re probably all too familiar with home inspections. They typically last approximately 4 hours and can cost anywhere from $500 – $1,100, depending on the type of structure being inspected. You might think inspectors have backgrounds in construction or engineering, and a home inspection license is a lengthy and complicated process. It’s actually not that hard to become an inspector. Requirements vary from state to state, but some states only require 40 hours in order to take the state certification exam. Remember, a home inspection is a visual inspection. And since this service is always in demand, you probably won’t need to do that much marketing. Tell your friends and ask them to pass along your information. Word of mouth