Ten Creative Jobs for Students To Take Up This Summer

6. START A BLOG
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Again, you’d have to be a regular blogger and passionate enough to writes blogs that attract traffic. Once you are all set, there are sites (Google, for example) that’ll be happy to help you earn some money out of your hobby.

7. TRANSCRIBE
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This job requires you to listen to a couple audio (or even video at times) files and type the words that you hear so that what is produced is a transcribed sript. There are some companies that may ask you to convert the text written on an image into plain ASCII format text files. A simple and effective technique to earn money that only depends on your ability to hear, read, and type well.

8. TUITION
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This is the chance for you to teach others any skills that you’ve honed over the years and it could be anything, from playing guitar to speaking Spanish. You give a skill and you get valuable experience and, of course, good money. Sell crafts on Etsy

9. SELL CRAFTS ON ETSY
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If you have a knack for DIY projects and can produce creative and gorgeous handicrafts then don’t let your stuff rot in the garage. It’s good to store these articles as a keepsake but if you want you can sell them on etsy (and now even on Amazon) to earn some dough in exchange of them.

10. AMAZON MECHANICAL TURK
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10. AMAZON MECHANICAL TURK

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