5 Side Hustles To Make Extra Money In 2019 (No Surveys!)

5 Side Hustles To Make Extra Money In 2019 (No Surveys!)


– How’s it going today guys? Welcome back to the channel. Hope you’re having a great day so far. So in this video, we’re gonna be talking about my top five ideas for side jobs or side hustles you could potential start if you’re looking to make
some more money on the side. Now what I have found in
the last couple of years is that a lot of people are now starting their own side hustle. So a lot of people work
a job during the day. Maybe you’re working a nine to five but from five to nine p.m.,
you’re not doing that much. You’re sitting around watching Netflix and you’re thinking, you know what, I want to do something creative or I want to make some extra money or possibly you’re
somebody who’s in college or you’re a high school student and you want to make some money. You don’t necessarily want
to go get a part time job. I wanna talk about some
of the best opportunities for a side gig or a side hustle, whatever you want to call it. Now what you’re going to notice by having your own side hustle rather than going out and
working a job for somebody, you will likely be able to make more than just getting a job because what are your options as somebody who is a high school student or a college student? The options are pretty lousy. You can go work retail or fast food and those are gonna pay
close to minimum wage. And let’s say you work
a job during the day. If you want to get a part time job, the options really are not that great. So what we’re going to talk about is five different side hustles that might be more appealing to you. Coming in at number one on my list here is being a cleaner. Now before you let your ego get in the way and say oh my gosh, I’m not
going to clean for people, let me just tell you how
much money you can make by doing this. And I want to preface this by saying that most of these ideas for side hustles are tailored towards a wealthier person. So you’re going to try to help people who are wealthy because
they have the money to spend on convenience services
like a cleaning service. So I’m not telling you to go to places where people could obviously
not afford a cleaner, I’m talking about looking
at the area you live in, finding the wealthiest areas, finding the luxury apartment buildings and then advertising your services there if you’re allowed to do so. You want to go after a
wealthier client base because they can afford
these different services. Now the building I live in particular is the building where people
tend to have more money. It’s a middle to upper class building and a lot of us, including myself, don’t like to clean our own apartments. Now I pay a service online. I have somebody clean my
apartment once a month and I pay them about 150 bucks to do this but I’ve had people stop by, offering to clean my apartment
for around $35 per hour. Now obviously, that figure is going to be different based on where you live, but let’s say you can
make 10 to $15 an hour doing fast food or $35 an
hour cleaning an apartment or cleaning somebody’s house or cleaning an office or a church. You can make pretty decent
money being a cleaner. And on top of that, you’re probably going to get tips as well because it’s a service based business and when you are having a service done, you usually tip as a gratuity. So you could potentially
make 35 bucks an hour, plus tips, being a cleaner. Now how would you advertise your services? You could do flyers. You could simply get a couple of clients that you know and then have word of mouth. You could also, if you’re super ambitious, offer to do the first cleaning for free just to prove to people that hey, I’m going to do a good job and then going forward, you
charge that $35 per hour, but I believe the best way to grow this business is word of mouth. I’ve had a lot of people
in my building ask me, hey, who cleans your apartment? What’s their name? I want someone to clean it. ‘Cause I live on the
fifth floor of a building and I live in a small apartment and I don’t have a big vacuum cleaner and so when I need to clean my carpet, my options are not very good. I have a little Dust Buster but it’s just not getting the job done so there’s a lot of people
that are in my situation where they’d rather pay
someone to do the cleaning and pay somebody to bring
the vacuum cleaner in than for me to go through that myself. Okay, idea number two, again, is going to tie into richer clients and that is offering pet care services, whether it’s walking the dog, taking the dog out during the day, giving the dog a bath. Rich people tend to have
money for something like that for a convenience item. So again, let me use my
apartment building for example. I live on the fifth floor
of a building, like I said, and it’s pretty inconvenient to have to take your pet
out to go the bathroom and I obviously work from home and so coming in and out, I frequently see people rushing home to let the dog out to go pee
and then go back to work. Now, a lot of people, like
I said, who live here, have the money to spend on things that are going to make
their lives more convenient and I can guarantee that a lot of them would pay 20 bucks a day for someone to show up,
bring the dog out to pee and put ’em back in the apartment. So this is another option for making money is by simply advertising pet services and taking the dog out to use the bathroom or take the dog out and take it for a 10 minute walk and charge more or take the dog out,
walk it, give it a bath, socialize for an hour. A lot of people, especially a
higher wealth clientele base, would open their wallets
for a service like that and maybe you’re gonna send
them a picture during the day of their dog and make their day. You’re gonna add all
of these other services and convenience things
and you’re gonna build that service and next thing you know, you’re gonna have people paying you $100 just to stop in and take
a peek at their dog. So there is a lot of money to be made when you go after the right client base. Okay, so idea number three is
going to be the only one here that’s an actual job but the reason why I’m recommending it is for the potential to earn tips and also the networking opportunities and that is to be either
a barista or a bartender. I’ve never personally
done either one of these but I’ve honestly thought
about getting a job at a coffee shop just because
I love going to coffee shops and I love meeting people and you are constantly meeting new people in these two social areas here. When people go to bars or
they’re going to coffee shops for meetings and whatnot. Now I believe you’re going to do better, as far as tips go, as a bartender, but it you’re looking for
networking opportunities, I think you’ll do better
working at a coffee shop because most people are going to a bar because they’re looking to unwind and forget about their work. Most people go to coffee shops because they’re looking
to meet other people for business relationships
and opportunities. So if you’re solely looking at this for networking opportunities,
I would look at a coffee shop. You’re also going to make some tips but probably not as much as a bartender. And if you’re mostly
looking to make money, I would look into being a bartender and you will do pretty well there if you’re good at what you
do and you’re friendly. I have a couple of
friends who are bartenders and they said they averaged
about 20 to $25 an hour, as far as their base
salary plus their tips. And the other good thing
about being a bartender is the fact that a lot
of those tips are cash and you’re just taking home that cash at the end of the night. Idea number four is
another service tailored towards a richer clientele base and that is to be a personal
or professional assistant. So again, consider people who are busy. They are working, maybe
nine to five, nine to six and they don’t have time
to go get their laundry or do their grocery shopping or these small little tasks that really help their life stay together or on the professional side, you could work for somebody and respond to emails for them, set up their calendar, set up appointments and basically just help them go through the day-to-day operations. Now obviously, like I said, this is going to be a service that is more tailored towards
a higher end clientele base, people who have the money to invest in making their life a little bit easier but I think you can do very
well as a personal assistant. If you were doing this eight hours a day, I could see this being something you’re making 100 bucks a
day as a personal assistant for somebody, if not more. And the other thing I
wanna throw out there, just to plant this seed in your mind, is possibly looking at being an assistant for somebody more so to learn from them rather than to make money. So think about a wealthy
person, for example. Maybe you wanna learn how
they got to be that wealthy. How did they make their money? You’re looking to be rich one day as well. Maybe they would be willing to mentor you in exchange for you helping them out with some day-to-day tasks and in my opinion, that’s
gonna be far more valuable than that 10 or 20 bucks an
hour that they’re gonna pay you just to be a personal assistant. So if you’re looking more long term, that might be a better approach. And then the fifth and
final idea I have here as far as a side hustle, an easy way to make money is
managing social media accounts. So I have somebody managing
my Instagram account as well as my Facebook account and I pay him on a weekly basis to do that because I am too busy
managing my YouTube channel to worry about Instagram and Facebook but I wanna have a
presence on these platforms and I’m only one person
at the end of the day so you can reach out to influencers. You can reach out to small businesses and help them with their
social media presence. Now if you guys are looking
to learn more about this, I have two video series
to point you towards. Number one, I did a couple
videos with Josue Peña. He talks about managing Instagram accounts and making money as an
Instagram marketing agency and then Kevin David talks
about how to run Facebook ads for businesses or influencers. Both of these are great
money making opportunities, in my opinion, so I’m gonna
link up those playlists down in the description below. But this is a pretty simple concept. Businesses and influencers are
too busy to run Facebook ads or to manage their social media presences so you do this for them and
they pay you on a weekly basis. Anyways guys, that’s gonna
wrap up this video here. These are my top five favorite side jobs or side hustles, ways
to make money outside of your traditional nine to five job. And you might find that maybe after you’re doing your
side hustle for awhile, you scale it up and it
becomes your full time gig. YouTube started out as my side hustle but now this is what I
do day in and day out. I’m a full time YouTuber
and online influencer, I guess you would call it. So you might find that’s the case where you start something on the side and it ends up being your main gig. But I thank you guys
for watching this video. I hope you enjoyed it. If you guys have any side
hustle ideas to share, please drop them in the
comments section below. But if not, I will see
you in the next video.

76 Comments

  1. Amy Mae says:

    Love it! My husband and I are trying to figure out side hustles to help pay down our consumer debt. Our goal is to become debt free in 2019!

  2. My College Millionaire - Investing Made EXCITING says:

    Add in tutoring! I tutor writing and accounting on the side 🙂

  3. TV Talk says:

    shopify dropshipping over everything! You only need a few hundred bucks to start

  4. Discover Your Awesomeness says:

    If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things..

  5. Zakk Hann says:

    What do you think of Day Trading Ryan?

  6. Oscar Martinez says:

    Working on my Youtube channel & already taking courses for dropshipping so definitely working on my own side hustles as well great job Ryan. 👍

  7. UNLEASHING POTENTIAL - PSYCHOLOGY VIDEOS says:

    Love this channel

  8. Joseph Cieplak says:

    Thank you, Ryan, you have already added one more highly interesting idea to my arsenal. you're my favorite Youtuber!

  9. Investing Hustler says:

    Sometimes side hustles can end up turning into your biggest incomes , great video Ryan 🙏

  10. sa faa says:

    therefore, why people don't work in these hustles instead of washing the bathrooms or working in McDonald's?

  11. SalsaFan says:

    I only wish the 5 jobs had been listed in a bulleted list at the beginning of the video

  12. Loretta Danquah says:

    Love the new editing features keep the good work up

  13. Vodkamir says:

    good guy ryan, not making the video 2 seconds over 10 minutes 🙂

  14. Road to the 2 Comma Club says:

    Just to provide some real-world info about the house cleaning I also hired a cleaning lady a couple times and she had a partner and I paid $130 for them to clean the house, took them 2 hours so $65 per person or $32.50/hr for each person.

  15. Uhohhotdog Gaming says:

    A casino dealer is a good weekend job if you can take the time to learn it.

    Or even as full time if you’re doing minimum wage now

  16. Black Hawk Motorsports says:

    How about for 16 year olds, I know I can do #1

  17. Michael Lombardo says:

    #6 – Make videos about how to make money on the side

  18. Chuck Anderson says:

    You and graham Stephan have the best channels!!!!

  19. Linka Desserttray says:

    I'm not suggesting this idea, but rather the concept. I met a guy once working behind a counter at a lumber yard in the big CT. He looked well dressed and a little out of place. Turned out his friend was the owner of the lumber yard and needed someone to come in and help. This guy did, just for some months. Turned out to be a guy who owned railroad cars. He had no idea where they were but would own them and rent them back to the railroad companies. What I learned was there were always unusual jobs and incomes available….you simply needed to look around. The story continues. Met a guy working in Florida who simply said. "See how other people are doing things, and find a better way" he continued and told me a story of how fork lift operators kept bumping their pallets against a block wall in a warehouse. Contractors were called in to bid on fixing the bowed block wall before it crumbled to the ground.. All the contractors gave their prices to take down the wall and then put it back up ($9,000 +/-). One guy came in and got the job. His idea was to anchor hydraulic jacks into the floor and push the wall back into its original position. He earned $5,000 in one afternoon.

  20. Motivação Para Todos says:

    I remember dis dude with 20k subs.
    Daaaaaaamn he is killing it !

  21. tatertots00 says:

    Opinion on Best Buy stock?

  22. Nicholas Santiago says:

    Make da moneyz

  23. Raphael Cabrera says:

    Man this video is about your apt in the floor 5 o hustle job's . However this video don't have nothing interesting. 🙄

  24. Durandisse84 Durandisse says:

    Brilliant Video, well done! We got our Ryan back!

  25. 3dextrude Tutorials says:

    For many of these you could charge in cash so no taxes to pay 😉

  26. Greg Gottfried says:

    Love the new backdrop in this video. Did you get a video editor? Liking the new animations.

  27. Burton Bonham says:

    I pull in some extra cash selling on eBay. I like having inventory of something I bought cheap at local auction and selling individually. You can buy inventory from closed businesses etc. Another thing I like to do is buy collections of whatever for x amount knowing I can take one item from collection and sell it for x making all other items remaining 100% profit. Usually from an estate/garage sale, flea markets etc. As far as fees go I dont even notice because ROI is so high I can afford it. The fact they are providing a platform for me to connect globally justifies it for me too. It takes patience but once you have items on there you can go live life. The more you put in to it the more you will make. When running 7 day auctions I make it a point to add 3-10 items a day consistently so I always have items ending.

  28. Caleb Butler TECH REVIEWS says:

    You should of added online reselling. Great way to make money. I’ve bought 4 Apple watches in the last 2 weeks and made $57 profit off of each of them.

  29. DanDropsGears says:

    I have a cleaning service, I’m 19. Started when I was 17. I started out at $35/hr… I’m 19 and still making the same amount. However, my cleaning service is detailing cars. I usually make about $300-$400 a day.

  30. Mara Sedano says:

    US is the land of OPPORTUNITIES!!!
    I would like to add a very good one for areas that have snow! You can make a very good money removing snow for neighbors that don’t have time or energy to do it!
    Actually you just need a shovel! In snow days teenagers don’t have school or college and people is desperate in having a clean driveway!!
    The payment is in cash of course and you can also get tips!!🇺🇸🇺🇸

  31. adibee88 says:

    These are great ideas Ryan! Thank you for the shared tips!

  32. Dennis B says:

    Great idea Ryan I could use a personnal asistant I live in north nrw jersey its a great idea thanks

  33. dbolt23 says:

    1:22 cleaner $35/H + tips
    3:51 pet care services $20/Day
    5:22 barista/bartender $20-25/H + tips
    6:36 Professional Assistant

  34. Alex Pivaral says:

    Pro house cleaning, Chicago. Tell a friend

  35. The Rideshare Hub says:

    great video ryan! you’ve successfully ended up on the recommended page!

  36. easywaywebmarketing says:

    Great side hustle ideas you shared here. Thanks 👍

  37. Andrew says:

    Oh my gosh I'm not going to clean for people.

  38. James Ebomoyi says:

    Thanks for offering such valuable content, you're a real inspiration. Keep up the good work bro, just subscribed to your channel.

  39. Shen Shy says:

    bro ur cool,but rich guys dont youtube or bother much online,btw,what u mentioning here has been around for say,centuries and probably longer,especially first couple of ideas,so that market is pretty much taken.best way to get some money,and more real are SURVEYS,its not a lot we are a fcking humans but any extra is good.

  40. Angie Hache says:

    My side hustle is freelance transcription and French/ English translation. I have a diploma in Bilingual medical administration but my day job did not allow me to work on the skills I acquired in college very much. Now I do it on the side and I love it 🙂

  41. Ash Vandal says:

    I don't understand why these things are referred to as side hustles. These are second jobs that pay shit. Most people, if your job offers you the hours, can make more money just doing their primary job. For instance I can work a 4th shift at my primary job each week for an additional $1000 dollars on my paycheck between a bonus and overtime.

  42. Luan Marques says:

    So I think that is perfect to do it, I'm from Brazil and I can do it. Thank you so much man, I always watch and like your video.

  43. Matt5 says:

    You should really look into more side hustles.

  44. The Real Bearded Businessman says:

    A lot of good insight for people that have the time to hit these side hustles during the day. Probably great for college cash. Keep up the great vids man!

  45. CrispyNuggets says:

    Video quality and editing seems to really be improving, keep up the good work/content!

  46. Борислав Парасков says:

    How about being a porn actor as a side hustle?

  47. daan stam says:

    Tip. Get a fill light for your head. It is a little dark.

  48. Emanuel Torres says:

    Your content is always amazing, you don’t yell and show off like other you tubers, you just tell things for how they are and go straight into the information. You’re awesome man.

  49. Texas_Raised_ Texas _Made says:

    Know any survey jobs online

  50. Texas_Raised_ Texas _Made says:

    Awww i love dogsss i would do that quick😆

  51. Than Chau says:

    Thank you very much for your video sir

  52. Giant Lifestyle says:

    Flipping Medical Commodities is the best side hustle which is now my full time income stream.

  53. Robert Mata says:

    hello! I'm 17. I live in the U.S. it's being a long time doing research & I really want a way of making money, but I have nothing to start with. I don't have laptop, but I have a smartphone. Anyone out there that knows what's best for me?

  54. Always Tired says:

    Should be titled "5 side jobs if you have access to rich people". No super helpful for the small town Joe or the urban kids who would quickly be ushered out of the nice neighborhood

  55. Janloy Quintero says:

    I'm a licenced massage therapist and have made upwards of $100/hour. Granted, you do have to pass a 10 month minimum course (florida) and the board certified however besides that it is an awesome side hustle.

  56. Bryan Guerra says:

    The Dog walking is right up my alley lol

  57. David Wu says:

    If you are already a professional, then best will be dive deeper into your own profession for 2-3 hours a day. It will make a difference in less than 2 years.

  58. postwarddotcom says:

    You should get an LED panel light for your key light as you are a little dark on camera. Try justifying yourself more frame left for better thirds. If you have space back up the camera and move up the chair so the background falls off more (less distracting). If you can shoot with the iris more open, like a F2.8 or 1.8 you can get a more shallow depth of field which would look better.

    If you find the background window area still too distracting they make ND Film which comes in rolls and knocks down the background. You may want to adjust your white balance also (color temp) so you don’t appear warm. It’s totally fine to shoot 5500k daylight if your key light matches and keep the practical light (the floor lamp) tungsten for mood.

    Liked the video, I may get the cleaning side hustle going! Be well.

  59. Jazzy J says:

    Or you can just pay people enough automatically and then that is the gratuity included but it seems like there are a lot of richer people that don't like the simpler route, kind of like how you rather work longer so that you can pay others to do practically everything for you which is a circular logic because you are working longer just to have those services rendered!

    It is okay whatever I am just a hater though I admit, once I get mine I will do things my way Ryan and show you what a boss does with their money!!!!! I appreciate the video it really motivates me to want to be in your position!

  60. Arshad Sheikh says:

    Social media manager.

  61. BLUEDRAGONFLY says:

    Why would a rich person trust me in their home alone?

  62. YouTube Algorithm says:

    Any way to make money without giving any effort?

  63. Ingrid P says:

    I would add baby sitting and assisting elderly people (home care)

  64. S F says:

    If you want networking opportunities, get a job as a front desk agent at a nice hotel that targets business travelers. I worked at an Embassy Suites and most of our guests travel on business and stay here frequently, sometimes they have to be in the area for several weeks (or months) at a time on an assignment. Thus, the hotel becomes like a second home and they naturally get to know the staff and become comfortable talking to them. The bartenders are popular too, but the front desk has the most interaction with the guests. If you're friendly and demonstrate excellent customer service, you'll have that opportunity to form connections with a lot of high-ranking industry professionals. My coworkers and I have gotten tons of job opportunities from these guests who basically say "I like you. You have good people skills and you're diligent. If you ever want to get into this industry, here's my business card". It happens all the time. It's so easy to get them to talk about how to get started in their line of work. Also, a lot of my former coworkers have gone on to become restaurant owners and general managers at other hotels, so you're well connected if you want to stay in hospitality. It's not a hard job (and it is entry level), as long as you aren't an asshole or super incompetent, you're pretty much set. The more you engage with guests, the more opportunities you'll get. The pay isn't particularly great, in California I got paid on the high end of the spectrum, $12 an hour. Still well worth it with all the connections I made though (and I only worked there for a year). Plus, you'll gain professional experience with general office duties and customer service methods, which are highly transferable skills.

  65. Kowallski_ says:

    It's sad and amazing at the same time, that my country pays normal working people like 100CZK = 4-5$ per hour, cleaners usually have about 75CZK or less = 3-4$ per hour. And then I look at your video how to make money and you get about 700CZK = 35$ per hour just for cleaning 😂😂

  66. Sarcastic Stamos says:

    I’m just gonna rob a bank

  67. Duchess Dark says:

    Love your videos!!
    Side note: I thought you were wearing a smoking jacket in the thumbnail for a sec 😂

  68. Toereed Shittu says:

    This video is very helpful

  69. Julius Caesar says:

    Wait I thought a cleaner was someone who killed people for the mob 🤔🤔🤔

  70. Ricky Ricky says:

    The cleaning business however is mostly for females. If a guy requests a cleaner he would much rather see a female come and clean than a man. Same goes for females, some have past trauma with men or they just don't want to be in the same house as a man bc they might do something to her. Of course, guys can do it but it will be harder to get clients, this is where word of mouth is beneficial for men.

  71. Precious Gem says:

    HI Ryan. How are you? i want to ask you. How did you get to where you are today? I watched few of your videos and I know you did stocks and more. But did you rent and did you live at home in the beginning? How long did you have to live and save until you felt" you were set free financially" ?

  72. Quandell Noble says:

    Video was very unhelpful smh

  73. Secret Schizophrenic says:

    Love the video Ryan, suprised you didn't mention garage saling though

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  76. Brenda Hooten says:

    Thank you for helping me understand how to create extra income.

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