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4 Ways to Earn Extra Income

While seeking our financial freedom, one of the key steps to take is to establish multiple sources of income apart from your salary. This is because, as an employee, you can be laid off at any time. As such, you will need something to fall back on. 

Also, it never hurts to have multiple sources of income in order to invest, pursue various hobbies, and save up for emergencies. The first step in that direction is to set up multiple sources of income, which in itself is not a difficult task. Here are some ways to earn some extra income: 

Coding 

As the world becomes more digital, coding and technical development have become an even more in-demand and valuable skill. If you are looking for an extra source of income, you should learn to code by using a resource like e-careers. 

Conduct some research and determine the most common and in-demand programming languages and skills related to the tech industry. After you have acquired the skills, begin marketing yourself on job boards and taking on extra work to make some more income. 

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4 ways to earn while you learn in the UK

The UK has some excellent universities, and a British degree is still highly-prized by international students and employers.

But the cost of studying at a UK university can be high - and varies widely according to which area you choose and your nationality.

This means grabbing enough cash to support yourself is crucial - so here are four ways to earn while you learn in the UK.

1.   Course type

Studying a course that involves regularly attending classes in a physical campus means there's little spare time to work.

So irregular class times and commitments might mean that they type of jobs you can apply for is limited.

However, you can often study a similar degree course through distance learning at the same institution.

And the flexibility of learning when it suits you best means you can work regular hours earning a steady income.

2.   UK nations

There are also several pros and cons for studying in either England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.

With its status as a global economic and cultural capital, London's appeal is obvious. But the living costs associated with an education in the British capital can be high.

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