8 Easy Ways To Make Money From Anywhere In The UK

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If you’re looking for easy ways to make money but don’t know where to start, don’t worry.

We’ve put together a list of jobs you can do no matter where you live in the UK.

Easy ways to earn money

These have been classified as jobs that involve contact with the outside world (offline) and jobs that you can do online.

Offline Jobs

1. Animal care

You can choose to keep your pet in your home or in the pet owner’s home.

Pet sitters who work from home require an animal boarding establishment license. Advice is available on the gov.uk website if you live in England, Wales or Scotland, Where North Ireland.

You can advertise your services by registering on a pet sitting website. Registration is free, but you may need to pay for a background check.

There are many sites available, but some are well known Care, Pawshake and Tailor.

2. Food delivery runner or driver

It’s an easy way to earn money if you have a mode of transportation and a smartphone. The transport can be a car, a motorcycle or even a bicycle.

Food delivery companies are always on the lookout for new hires. One of the best known is Deliveroo, but the local restaurants are also worth a visit.

3. Grocery store

With online shopping becoming more and more popular, the demand for grocery shoppers is increasing.

You can apply directly at major supermarkets or check job posting boards online for the latest vacancies.

4. General odd jobs

This includes jobs such as furniture assembly, gardening, painting, cleaning, and delivery services.

This is one of the easiest ways to make money if you are good at DIY. The fastest way to find work is to register your services on a website. Good websites include Rabbit task and Airtasker.

Online Jobs

5. Website testing

If you love to surf the net, this is one of the easiest ways to make money. You could be hired by a company to test their website and identify problems.

All you need is a laptop, microphone, and a fast, reliable internet connection. You will also need to install recording software to monitor your website usage.

More information is available on the website test sites. Coupons include Ease of use of the web and Test time.

6. Teaching or tutoring

School closures due to the pandemic have changed attitudes towards online teaching and tutoring. More people can see the advantages and benefits of online learning.

You don’t necessarily need any educational credentials, but you will need a good knowledge of your chosen subject and course of study.

If you register with a reputable website, it will ask for referrals and perform identity verification. Good websites include British tutors, Guardian’s house Where Tutor.

7. Freelance writing

If you think you are a word maker, freelance writing might be an easy way for you to make money. There are many opportunities out there, you might want to think about what type of writing you want to do.

This can include anything from blogging to script writing or technical writing. If you have an eye for detail, it may also be worth considering proofreading.

You can register on websites such as Satisfaction, Fiverr Where Upwork.

8. Sell on Amazon or eBay

You can sell unwanted items or buy items to sell on Amazon or eBay. Using these sites will give you access to the largest online marketplaces in the world.

To learn more, check out these tips for how to make money selling on Amazon and how to start selling on eBay.

Bring back home

The websites suggested above are some of the most popular in UK, but other websites are also available. It’s worth doing some additional research, as in some cases you can sign up with more than one.

Check any agency’s credentials and all terms and conditions before making the decision to sign up.

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