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Easy jobs for teens online

Updated on May 11, 2016

When you get to be my age (16) you start to need money more. Maybe you need some money for gas or tickets to a concert, but your parents don't want to give it to you. Which is totally cool, when you start this weird transition into adulthood you need to rely less on your parents for things. They've done enough for you, so you need to start finding ways to earn some money. Even if you have a super busy schedule, there are plenty of ways to make money online. However, there are great little jobs offline like: Nannying, yard work, collecting plastic bottles, and running errands for neighbors, but that all seems like a lot of work so I'm going to focus on online jobs for teens in this article.

Okay, let's get started.

If you love listening to music, then sites like: Slice The Pie ( and Music X-Ray ( will be great for you! Music x-ray pays you 10 cents to listen to a song, but they barely give you any music to listen to. Slice the pie is my personal favorite. You get to review music and they'll pay you depending on how good your review is. Usually pay is 6 cents a song, but I've earned 10, so you can definitely earn some cash. Payment with both of these sites are made through Paypal, as are all the sites that I'm suggesting.

If musics not your thing that's fine! There are plenty of sites that pay you for taking surveys or watching videos. Here are some sites that pay you for just that:



Swagbucks is definitely more popular and reliable, you can get paid to take surveys, shop, watch videos, and sign up for mailing lists. Once you do one of these, you earn "Swagbucks" or SB. 100 SB is equal to a dollar. It's not a lot of money, but it's something.

Inboxdollar is also great! Just signing up they'll pay you 5 dollars, then they'll pay you to take surveys mainly.

There are plenty of other sites out there that you can get easy money from, but I'm not going to name them all. If you want more information, go to The Penny Hoarder ( ). They specialize in saving/making money in smart, unusual ways.

Making money these ways may take a little bit of time, but it's better than working the graveyard shift at Taco Bell. Just enjoy it!

Making money these ways may take a little bit of time, but it's better than working the graveyard shift at Taco Bell. Just enjoy it!

There will always be time to work, and make money, but it's good to get a head start. I've noticed that the people who work hard in school AND work at a young age go far in life. So yes, this work is easy and fast, but that doesn't mean you can't give it all you've got. Show companies like Slice the Pie and Swagbucks that you mean business. It's good practice for when you get an actual job, plus since teens are so young people expect so little of us, so why not blow them away with our work ethic?


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    • Alessio Ganci profile image

      Alessio Ganci 22 months ago from Italy

      They are good services, but if you live in some countries outside USA or England you cannot get so much offers (and I verified that when traveling).

      For people of every country, another good service is Freelancer: there you can do some little works (even online), as a freelance, and you get paid.