side business

Delivery jobs have become popular for Americans looking for a side hustle.

Does it seem as if a lot of people around you work two jobs? Have you ever been tempted to start a side hustle to make extra money or build up certain skills?

Like anything in life, there are positives and negatives to working multiple jobs, and many things a person should consider before taking on the extra responsibility.

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Young professional enjoys saving money during a career transition.

Whether it's dealing with a job loss, struggling with a low-paying job, making a career change, or other unanticipated life events, we sometimes find ourselves in a career transition, and we need to pinch pennies to get by.

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College student working from home

The expenses associated with college can be difficult to anticipate—even if you scored a few great scholarships, or if you commute to school. In order to help offset costs, many students opt to take on part-time jobs, or find paid internships.

Doing so shows great responsibility, and can certainly result in more money in your pocket. However, a part-time job may not work with a busy, disordered student schedule, and it may have nothing to do with the field you're actually studying.

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