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How to earn well online as a student only, by doing less work?

Is there a online job, a humanities 12th grade student can do, with zero experience?
Just for sometimes with no limitations as being a student, I get lots of homework from school too.
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Dr. James’s Answer

If you plan to do on-line courses, make sure you are ready and not thinking you will be taking the easy way out. I have taken on-line courses for years. One may think that on-line courses are easier or there is less to do but that is not the case. On-line course work, if you are not organized and motivated, will build up on you making you fall behind very quickly. What I mean by that is you are pretty much on your own. Your professor is there but it sometimes does take a day or two, and at times longer, to respond to any of your questions instead of going to school in person and receiving an answer right away. Doing the work on your own means you have to remain motivated to do the work. If you decide not to do any work one day and push it to the next, you are already letting it build up making you have to do more work to catch up.
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Leah’s Answer

Hi Diya!

As an online college student, I have done a lot of research on some ways I can earn money online while taking classes. One project I'm looking into doing is starting an online clothes selling account where I sell old clothes or repurpose cheap clothes that I have purchased. This is more of a taxing project to complete, but something to keep in mind if you have some extra clothes lying around! Another option I've looked into is to work as an online tutor or translator. There are a lot of great websites to get started with this! I recommend: https://tutorme.com/apply and https://www.universitytutor.com/tutoring_jobs. With these websites, you can decide what subjects you'd like to tutor in and how much you would like to charge for doing so.

These are just some ideas for how to earn some extra cash, but as some of the people above said, doing a thorough Google search with the skills you currently possess would be good to find some new jobs for you. I hope this helps. Good luck!
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Michelle’s Answer

Hi Diya!

If I'm reading your question correctly, you're looking for online part-time work that doesn't require experience and pays reasonably well. I guess this is tough to answer because I'm not sure how many hours you want to work per week or what your definition is of paying well. With that said, here are some things you might consider:

- Online language lessons or tutoring
- Freelance article writing or editing
- Working as a freelance translator
- Freelance design or digital art

There are many, many sites that serve as platforms for this kind of work to help connect you with clients. Once you have some experience, you can advertise your services on work sites or social media to try to draw in more income for your work. Another approach might be to think about what skills you currently have and search for ways to apply them to online work. Best of luck!
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