I have received a couple of messages this year from people looking for online jobs for teens. Some of these people actually were teens, and some were parents of teens.If you are a teenager or if you have a teenager, I have some solutions that will help!
Most of these things are just good for extra money online, but some money is certainly better than no money! Especially if you’re without a car and wouldn’t have a way to get to and from a part-time job outside the home.
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Online Jobs For Teens:
#1 – Slice the Pie
Slice the Pie is a website you can use to rate and review music. You can sign up at 13 and older. Simply listen to a clip of a song — most of the time by a newer artist — and give it a 1 to 10 rating along with four or five sentences explaining what you liked or didn’t like about the music clip.
Pay for each music clip you rate varies. Sometimes I get as much as .18 cents and then other times it’s down to 7 cents.
Slice the Pie occasionally has special promotions where you can earn more for rating songs.
They pay out every Tuesday and Friday with Paypal. You must have at least $10 to request your money.
If you are a teen very active on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) you can earn some money with your social media accounts through Post Intelligence (formerly known as My Likes).
You can sign up for Post Intelligence as long as you are at least 13, with parental consent. They pay out with Paypal once a week on Fridays if you have earned at least $1.
You also have the option of getting paid with an Amazon gift code.
#6 – YouTube
YouTube is an option if you like the idea of making videos and posting them online. Many teens have been successful with this.
People who make YouTube videos typically earn from the ad revenue, so the more your videos are seen, the more you can earn.
There are some helpful hints on Quora regarding earning money from YouTube as a teen if you want to check them out.
#7 – #21 – Survey Panels
Teens can take online surveys for money for different online survey panels. Many, many online survey panels do permit you to sign up as long as you are at least 13 years old. Note you must have your parents permission if you’re under 17.
Like most of the other online jobs for teens, this is money that is slow to build up. But the more survey panels you are a member of, the more survey invitations you should receive.
Doing surveys here and there as you receive them can certainly add up to extra money in a month’s time.
Below are some of the better panels out there that allow users to sign up at as young as 13.
#22 – #31 – Reward Sites
Reward sites are similar in a way to survey sites because it’s something you can do here and there to build up cash and rewards over time.
These sites usually have a mix of different things you can do to earn — search the web, redeem offers, answer surveys, watch videos, and several other things. Most of them also pay in points.
The more you participate, the more you can build up. The points can usually be redeemed for not only Paypal cash but also various merchandise and Amazon gift codes.
Here is a list of some of the more popular reward sites you can begin using as a teen. And remember, this one is just extra cash.
#32 – Jingit
Jingit is a way to earn money by watching videos, taking surveys, and also interacting with their various product campaigns. Teens that are at least 13 can sign up for Jingit.
Other requirements are that you must have a Facebook account, a mobile phone with text messaging, and live in the US. Payments are made to a Visa debit card weekly.
You will have to sign up for the debit card, you can’t send the money to a card you already have.
#33 – Enroll
This is a newer online tutoring site that lets you sign up to tutor people in virtually any subject. You do not need to be a professional and you can sign up at as young as 15 years old. So if you are a teen or know a teen that has a vast knowledge of a subject that could be taught to others online, this might be a good idea.
Qmee is a browser extension that you can install on pretty much any browser (Chrome, Firefox, etc.). Once installed, sometimes Qmee will show sponsored advertisements on the side when you’re searching on any popular search engine.
Each advertisement will pay a certain amount (usually a few cents or more). If you visit any of the ads you see when they pop up, you’ll get that cash into your Qmee account.
They will pay out instantly to Paypal no matter how much is in your account. Qmee is open to people ages 13 and up in either the US or the UK.
There are a handful of direct sales opportunities that are open to teenagers as well as adults.
Keep in mind that while these opportunities make it possible for you to earn money as a teen, there is still an upfront investment to start. These companies typically require you to purchase a starter kit of items to help grow your business.
However, you will begin earning commission on your sales after that.
– Makeup. Eligible for teens 13 & up (cheap to start at just $25).
It’s pretty obvious that most of the online jobs for teens and side earners don’t typically pay all that well. I would suggest combining these to maximize your overall earnings. Do as many as you have time for.
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