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You’re looking to earn some extra cash, but being surrounded by people all the time isn’t really your thing. Popular side hustles like being a rideshare driver, working in customer service or babysitting are a bit too social for your tastes.
Thankfully, there’s no shortage of side hustles for introverts. Whether you want to work remotely or in-person — just with little-to-no other people around — there’s plenty of options.
Ready to get started? Here’s a look at 20 great side hustles for introverts.
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1. Etsy Shop Owner
Do you have an artistic side? If so, starting an Etsy shop can be a fun creative outlet that also allows you to earn extra cash.
The possibilities for homemade goods are endless, ranging from paintings and jewelry to scarves and personalized décor. You can also sell vintage items and craft supplies, if you don’t want to create new products.
2. Graphic Designer
Whether you’re a graphic designer by trade or a novice, you can find a paying side gig. You’ll likely need experience for freelance jobs on Fiverr, Upwork or job sites, but if you have it, there’s plenty of them.
If you don’t have much experience yet — or simply want to create passive income — consider making printables. You can sell everything from weekly planner templates to editable wedding menus on sites like Creative Market and Etsy.
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3. Remote Stylist
Do you love fashion and have an eye for style? If so, consider lending your talents to others as a remote stylist.
From the comfort of your own home, you’ll curate looks for clients through companies like Stitch Fix, Amazon and Neiman Marcus Group. Pay varies, but averages $16 per hour at Stich Fix, according to a job posting on Appjobs.
4. Sell Stock Photos
If you enjoy taking pictures, monetize your hobby by selling them as stock photos. These are in demand for a variety of purposes, including adding relevant images to online articles and blogs.
Since content creators can’t always take their own photos, they rely on stock photography for images that bring their piece to life. Many different websites serve as a platform to sell your photos, including Shutterstock, Adobe Stock and Getty Images.
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