Top 10 Best Side Hustles in Singapore 2024

10 Lucrative Side Hustles for Singaporeans in 2024

Money no enough is a bigger problem every day. Everything in our lives has increased. Food prices, petrol, education and GST have all risen.

The only thing that never increases fast enough is your salary.

Check out these 10 side hustles that can help you make extra money on the side.

Whether you’re a student, working professional, or stay-at-home parent, these opportunities cater to various skills and interests, and they’re tailored to the Singapore context.

1. Participate in Focus Group Discussions

Instead of leaving comments online and getting nothing, get paid for sharing your opinions! Many companies in Singapore conduct focus group discussions to gather insights on products and services.

Earn around $20 to $50 per hour by voicing your thoughts on various topics.

2. Giving Private Tuition
Always haolian say last time you get A1 in maths & science in school, put your academic skill to use by offering private tuition.

Whether it’s math, science, or language subjects, parents are willing to pay well for quality tutoring. Expect to earn at least $20 to $120 per hour, depending on your expertise and group size.

3. Private-Hire (Grab, Gojek, etc.)

Turn your car into a money-making machine by becoming a private-hire driver. Drive for platforms like Grab or Gojek and earn up to $25 or more per hour, plus tips.

4. Food Delivery
Don’t have a car? Join the food delivery gig economy and bring meals to hungry customers. Work with platforms like GrabFood or Foodpanda and earn around $8 to $15 per delivery, plus potential tips.
In addition, it is a chance to clock some exercise while earning money.
5. Home Kitchen – Sell Your Culinary Creations

If you have a talent for cooking or baking, monetize it!
Sell your delicious creations online through platforms like Instagram or Facebook. Earnings can vary, but you could make anything from $10 to $40 per sale.
6. Handyman Services

If you’re skilled with your hands, offer handyman services. Help with tasks like changing light bulbs, assembling IKEA & Taobao furniture, or fixing household issues. Earn around $30 to $40 per hour, depending on the complexity of the job.

7. E-Commerce Seller on Shopee, Lazada, Amazon
Start your online business by selling products on popular e-commerce platforms. Whether it’s fashion, electronics, or handmade crafts, you can earn anything from $2 to $30 per sale, depending on your product niche.
8. Digital Skills Freelancing

Utilize your computer skills in web development, digital marketing, copywriting, or bookkeeping. Join freelancing platforms and earn $20 to $50 or more per hour, depending on your expertise.
9. Sell Your Skills – Coach in Sports or Hobbies
If you excel in a particular skill, such as swimming or cycling, offer coaching services. Earn $20 to $50 per hour by helping others develop their abilities.

10. Blogger – Earn Through Content Creation
Share your thoughts, experiences, and expertise through blogging.
Monetize your blog through ads, sponsored content, or affiliate marketing. Earnings can vary, but successful bloggers can make a substantial income over time.

Explore these side hustles based on your skills and interests to boost your income and achieve your financial goals.

Whether you’re looking for flexibility or a chance to turn your passion into profit, there’s a side hustle for everyone.

Start hustling and watch your earnings grow!

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Kim Jio
Commander-in-Chief @ Firstlane Swam to Sunny island to escape from the half-brother who ruled with an iron-fist and feed the family with needles or to dogs. Kim is my family name and Jio is my favorite fruit. Screwing around with Uber & Grab since 2014