College time is one the most beautiful experiences in life.

It’s the crossroad from which you move on into the real world to face more mature problems. One of those problems is a constant chase to earn enough money. Money for all of your bills, projects, parties…

Before you continue, remember this: One of the most valuable lessons your college will teach you is how to manage your pocket money before it becomes a growing, steady income.



Before you take action, keep in mind your focus – learning. Don’t let anything jeopardize that!

Now, make a direct contact with some of your local companies or post your resume on job boards. You must have at least one or two social platforms that you love spending your free time on? Use that free time wisely! Boost your talent, present your skills, and make new contacts…



– Working students definitely have more money!
This will strengthen your confidence while teaching you how to appreciate it more and prepare you for the adulthood.

– Important aspect of every career is experience!
Whether your Flexible will be major related or not, it will make you look more professional and respected, later on, while switching to your full-time job. It will simply enrich your resume for good.

– You’ll learn how to manage your time and not waste any.
This will prepare you for the real world out there by showing you how to prioritize. Even if, you give up on some fun, you’ll appreciate it later on when it pays off in many ways.

– It’s not only time you’ll learn how to manage but, your money as well! Budgeting will become your new skill. Hard work money will be, also, hard spend.

Make your studying more pleasant and comfortable!

Earn that extra cash!



1. Uber driver

More driving – more earning!

• A state-issued driver’s license. (For a professional transportation some states require a special license.)

Rate: You get paid weekly – $15.07 per hour, plus tips


2. Survey junkie

Interesting, informational, rewarding…
Try new products, participate in a Focus group or take surveys. Have fun while working!
Yes, it’s possible.

• Reliable internet;
• Stress-free working area;
• Bank account or PayPal;
• E-mail (not your college account);
• Skype;
• For some jobs you may need Microsoft office.

Rate: $5 – $25 per hour.


3. Medical Coding

As crucial to any healthcare employer’s bottom line, Medical Coders are in a high demand!
With an opportunity to develop while increasing their income, Coders can grow into supervisors, reviewers and even auditors.

• Post-secondary certificate;
• Professional certification.

Rate: Average annual salary $34, 160.


Once you make your choice, make sure that it’s the right one!

Look at it as a perfect way to the rest of your life!

A great opportunity to build your confidence as well as your career!

Take it seriously while having a lot of fun along the way!