Should I Start a Side Hustle?

If you find yourself creatively or financially restricted by your day job, then side hustling is for you. A side hustle is a flexible job that allows you to pursue different creative and business avenues while working a full-time job.

The time is now to stop stifling your passions. There are many side hustles that are relatively risk-free to try. If you can’t think of any, Self Lender has 51 ideas for side hustling.

Pros

  • More money — You could make an additional $8k a year of disposable income.
  • Differentiate yourself — Starting a side hustle will teach you valuable skills that you can use to position yourself above your peers at your day job.
  • Explore your passions — It’s up to you. Delve into anything that excites you, and feel free to abandon it and try something new whenever your heart desires.
  • Time — You’ll find yourself with less free time than before, but that time is being used to do something you enjoy. So, is it really a con?

As you can see, there’s not much holding you back from starting a side hustle. You have everything to gain and virtually nothing to lose.

What’s more, your additional income can be used to combat student loans and the rising cost of living. Millennials are most likely to pick up a side gig as they are shackled with debt and stuck in low-paying jobs.

Check out the infographic below from Self Lender to see if you should start a side hustle.

Contributed by Emily Campbell. Post may contain affiliate links.

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