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    I am just posting this as I would like some advice. I work as a dental nurse earning just minimum wage which isn’t a lot and I also sell items on eBay which I buy second either from charity shops or what people give to me to sell. How else am I able to earn a little more income? I used to do Avon but I didn’t have the time to do that and plus didn’t really make that much profit from it. So how else am I able to earn a little more income?
    Any advice would be appreciated
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    (Original post by Bigg_Gucci)
    If you're a female sell some ass... Simple.
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    Keep it legal please
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    Have you considered answering surveys? (I know, typical answer)
    But website Qmee, which also gives rewards for googling stuff has surveys that are up to 20 minutes long and worth aproximately 40-50p each. Even if it's a part time thing, or answering a couple when bored, it stacks up!
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    First of all, congrats on student nursing, I have a few friends who study that and it is hard work!

    As you're already out working long hours I'm guessing you'd like to stick to online sources of income? I do A LOT of this to help boost my student learn to I will give you some tips sorted by how much effort they are.

    Zero Effort
    Competitions - most of them won't give you cash but it can be a great way to try and win other stuff you might need/want e.g. vouchers and make up etc.

    Free Lotteries - there are a lot of these available now, they make money through advertising rather than selling tickets like normal lotteries. All you have to do is sign up and then enter draws as often as you like - for some you pick numbers like normal lotteries, for others you use your post code or birthday etc.

    Just be careful that you use a legit site - they have no reason to ask for any bank details so don't give them! My favourite one is called free-lottery net, if you have a look at their website they've actually had a few students win decent amounts of money (about £50).

    Obviously zero effort means money isn't guaranteed but as its so easy you may as well enter them!

    Do whilst you watch TV
    Do online surveys - Populus Live and Prolific Academic pay the most and have the most interesting surveys (can get £5-£10 for about 20 minutes work).

    Download an app called spare 5 if you have an iPhone, they have fun little tasks which can build up a few quid over time.

    More effort but pay more
    Sign up to review websites of do search evaluation - search sites online, Leapforce is none to start. They can pay pretty well but you need to actually concentrate to complete the tasks
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    (Original post by EstelOfTheEyrie)
    Have you considered answering surveys? (I know, typical answer)
    But website Qmee, which also gives rewards for googling stuff has surveys that are up to 20 minutes long and worth aproximately 40-50p each. Even if it's a part time thing, or answering a couple when bored, it stacks up!
    The thing is, there aren't an infinite number of surverys

    you'll get like 1 every day or two

    whereas whoring yourself out...
 
 
 
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