In this solo episode of the Paralegals on Fire! Podcast Show, Ann Pearson talks about the struggle that some new paralegals have making ends meet for those first few years on the job. Instead of putting thousands of miles on your car driving for Uber, why not use your paralegal skills to generate some extra cash from the comfort of your couch?!
Even experienced paralegals will find these paralegal side gigs interesting if you’re looking for ways to stash some extra cash into your retirement fund or pay for your next vacation!
- Thanks to online businesses and remote work – you no longer have to show up to a 2nd job to make some extra cash
- Use your paralegal skills to make some extra cash
- Unlike other industries, paralegals have to be careful to make sure there’s not a conflict of interest
- Five ways to make money with paralegal side gigs
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