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What are opportunities for someone my age to make money?

I'm 13 years old and I would like to start saving up for drivers ed but bc of the corona virus I have no idea whereto turn to i would love to baby sit for someone but I have no people that I know that need help with their kids. I'm in middle school and iI absolutely love kids, I am cpr trained bc of my scouts and i have many little siblings #school

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Rebecca for teens who enjoy taking surveys on a variety of topics, SurveySavvy offers the opportunity to give feedback and share opinions on all sorts of products and experiences. You can earn $5 just by signing up, and there are additional ways to make bonuses by referring new members and registering other devices. Participants must be 13 years of age or older.

HOW SURVEY SAVVY WORKS

Companies are looking for consumer opinions from people like you! Since 1999, SurveySavvy® has been directly connecting you with those companies and pays cash for sharing your opinions. After you join and complete your member profile, we use the information to target various demographic groups according to criteria established by our clients. When your profile matches the basic criteria for a specific survey, we will invite you via email to participate. If you pass the in-depth screening portion of the survey and complete the body of the survey, we will credit your account the amount mentioned in the invitation. There is no guarantee as to how many surveys you may receive or participate. That is based on your personal profile, what our clients are looking for, and if you fit into any open quota group. There is no real average as to how many invites most people receive. The amount of invitations varies, but you may receive more based on your profile.

It is important to keep your member profile and portraits current so we can appropriately match you to survey opportunities. Your member profile starts with your registration information, but it is enriched by completing optional portrait surveys. Portrait surveys are a series of additional questions pertaining to a specific subject or aspect of your life that will help us build a more accurate representation of you. Updating your portrait will help you qualify for more research surveys. With one of the most innovative referral programs around, SurveySavvy® continues to grow rapidly through its referral network. The best way to boost your incentives is by simply referring new members. We provide a public referral link you can post on your blog, Facebook, Twitter, or other social media. You can also send private invitations to your friends and family via email.

• You get incentives when you complete surveys.
• You get incentives when your direct referrals complete surveys.
• You get incentives when your indirect referrals (referrals your direct referrals made) complete surveys.

Rebecca make sure you get your parents permission first.

Doc recommends the following next steps:

PET SITTING – In fact, my daughter has been pet sitting for our neighbors for years. Teens can quickly spread the word by creating simple business cards or flyers and distributing them to neighbors or online in various neighborhood groups.
BABYSITTING – If you love kids, then babysitting may be your ticket to making money as a teen. While you can offer your babysitting services to friends, family, and neighbors, they are a couple of apps that allow young teens to join (of course, with parental consent). Bambino allows teens between the ages of 13-17 to join when a parent becomes a Consenting Parent User.
Thank you comment icon Thank You Emily. “Volunteers are the only human beings on the face of the earth who reflect this nation’s compassion, unselfish caring, patience, and just plain loving one another.” – Erma Bombeck Doc Frick
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Raghunandan’s Answer

I would encourage you to first read the book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, it is a wonderful book. Once you know the value of money, you will realize how people make money and always work on a cause/need. Try online teaching younger kids if your passion is to train/help kids
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Jacinta’s Answer

There are many online education related sources that can earn you a small amount of commission fee by providing services. You will also be able to explore using websites such as Housesitter, TaskRabbit.

You can also explore the idea of writing for Children online, but given your age, I am entirely sure about the restriction on online cash resources.

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