As a nurse, your schedule can be semi-regular one week, then hectic the next. Nurses tend to make pretty good money. If you are trying to pay off debt or save a certain amount, a side hustle can help you with that. Today, I have six side hustles that nurses can do to make extra money.
Performing CPR on someone can be a matter of life and death. Teaching a CPR class a couple of times a week can not only potentially save someone’s life, but it can also provide you with a little bit of extra income. Small community groups are people that can become potential clients.
There are a lot of websites and blogs that are looking for content from people in the health care profession. As a nurse, you know a lot more than the average person does when it comes to health care. Use that knowledge and start freelance writing on the side. People are looking for good health information as they try to take care of their bodies as they get older. People will pay top dollar for an article if it is good. To get started, check Fiverr or any medical blog that you know of. Who knows, you may be able to get a permanent part-time writing job for someone.
The third side hustle is to start a YouTube channel. Video is the way of the future. People watch all types of things on YouTube these days. Your YouTube channel can be about health. You can do videos going over preventive measures that you can take. You could also discuss different kinds of checkups that people should get as they get older.
With a YouTube channel, it will take some work in the beginning before it can become monetized. You have to build your audience. That will take some time depending on if people like your videos or not. Once you get a decent amount of individuals watching your videos, you will be able to start making money with the online as. If your channel does real good, who knows what other opportunities can happen.
This is probably one of the easiest ways for a nurse to make extra money. They can provide support for families who are willing to pay for them to assist with taking care of the elderly. Depending on your schedule you may be able to visit several patients each week.
Part-Time Sales Rep
The next idea on the list is to become a part-time sales rep. With this side hustle, you will be selling medical equipment. If you’re a nurse, there is a good chance that you already know how to use some of this equipment. You can sell some of the products to different doctors’ offices or hospitals.
If you’re a nurse that likes to work out, then this next side hustle is definitely for you. Teaching fitness skills to people can be rewarding. You will be helping them stay in shape, and you will be doing something that you love to do. You can teach your fitness classes at a local gym or a community center.
In review, the six ways that nurses can make side hustle income is by teaching CPR classes, becoming a freelance writer, starting a YouTube channel, doing in-patient care, becoming a part-time sales rep and becoming a fitness instructor. Those are just a few of the things that you can do. If you’re a nurse and you need money ASAP, start one of these side hustles today.
Originally posted 2018-04-04 07:00:44.