5. Survey Taker

What you’d do: Essentially, take surveys on all sorts of things. Based on your demographics — you sign up by linking either your Facebook or LinkedIn — you’ll get sent surveys on all sorts of things. Many companies small and large utilize these types of services for product research and focus groups.

How much it pays: Survey takers can make $10-$15 an hour, according to Respondent.

Who’s good at it: Anyone over 18 who has strong opinions on things or likes to click through various SurveyMonkeys.

Where to find the gig: Hit up Swagbucks, MySurvey, or InboxDollars to get your survey taking career off the ground.

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