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4 side hustles for introverts: Some can bring in tens of thousands of dollars

By | Gili Malinsky |

Among the most popular side hustles for 2023 are staffing events like conferences and tutoring in a subject matter where you have expertise, according to experts. But these are all fairly social hustles. You’d have to interact with people if you took them on ― even if only on a one-on-one basis for tutoring.

If you happen to be more introverted but are still looking for ways to bring in some extra cash, fear not. There are many gigs out there suitable for those who like their time alone. Gig economy apps, for example, like Uber or Doordash, “are very well suited for that because you don’t have a real boss,” says side hustle expert Kevin Ha. “You’re doing things on your own.”

Here are four side hustles for introverts to consider.

Take surveys

If you’ve got a few spare minutes and like sharing your opinions, consider taking surveys on sites like Survey Junkie and InboxDollars that pay cash or gift cards.

You’ll fill in some personal information that gives a sense of your demographic and geography, then see options for different surveys you can take pertaining to retail, food and beverage, tech and personal care products, and others. Most typically take up to 20 minutes.

“You’re not going to make thousands of dollars a month doing this,” says Jen Glantz, founder of Bridesmaid for Hire and the creator of the Monday Pick-Me-Up and Odd Jobs newsletter. Most reviewers report making a couple of dollars per hour, but that can add up and works if you don’t feel like thinking too hard on your hustle.

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