With summer break coming up, it’s the perfect time to start a side hustle and add different streams of income since you’ll have more time and mental energy to try a new endeavor. And who knows, some of these might even produce enough income to replace your teacher’s salary. It’s no secret that teachers are underpaid despite the many hours we dedicate to our profession. Even if you live and teach in an area with a low cost of living, you’re still probably living paycheck to paycheck and often need a second source of income. In this video, I share 15 exciting side-hustle ideas and different recurring streams of income specifically tailored for teachers to explore during their summer break. Whether you’re looking to supplement your income or simply want to pursue a passion project, these side hustles offer great opportunities. From online tutoring and content creation to freelance writing and handiwork services, I’ve curated a diverse range of options to suit various interests and expertise. Discover how you can leverage your teaching experience and embark on new ventures that align with your strengths. Get ready to explore these side-hustle ideas and make the most of your summer break as an educator.
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