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10 excellent part-time jobs in Kenya that pays up to Ksh. 3000 a day

In this article, we’re going to show you the ten best side hustles that will help you earn more than just spending your free time on them.

Each of these part-time jobs has been tested by me or someone I know personally, so you can trust us that they genuinely pay up.

1. Transport Business

Transport business is one of the most profitable sides hustles you can get into with little to no startup costs.

All you need is a smartphone, strong communication skills, and an app like Uber. Transport businesses are very in-demand because they help people get rid of their old junk quickly and easily – I’ve made almost 100K selling my old stuff on Instagram, Jiji, and Facebook groups.

2. Selling Second-hand goods

Selling second-hand goods is a popular side hustle for people that have a lot of free time on their hands.

To make big bucks with your used items, you need to find the right places to sell them – Instagram and Facebook groups are the best options out there.

Keep in mind that you’ll have to do a lot of research on listing your items, what sells best in your area, and which sites are worth joining.

3. Part-Time Jobs in Kenya – Selling Information

Selling informational products is one of the most profitable side hustles that you can find online.

Creating an information product such as an e-book or video course takes a lot of time and resources, but it’s worth the investment.

The good thing about information products is that you can sell them repeatedly without any additional expenses once they’re created.

On top of that, Information of sale online is super scalable – you don’t have to work full-time to make a decent amount of money with this side hustle.

4. Teaching Kiswahil Online

If you’re a native Swahili speaker, then teaching Swahili online is one of the most straightforward side hustles out there.

You need to set up your website or join freelancing platforms such as UpWork and apply for gigs.

Remember that you’ll have to do a ZOOM interview to qualify for the job once you land a contract.

5. Sell other people’s products

Selling other people’s products is a great way to make money online. Keep in mind that you’ll need some startup capital to get this side hustle going.

On top of that, we recommend joining Shopify or Woocommerce (both are free) and list at least ten products that you can resell.

6. Sell online from home

Selling online from home is hands-down the most accessible side hustle out there.

The good news is that you don’t need to sell physical products to make money, so you can start this side hustle without having any inventory.

Facebook and Jiji are some of the best places to sell your digital products.

7. Part-Time Jobs in Kenya – Tutoring

Tutoring CBC-based pupils are one of the most reliable part-time jobs in Kenya hustles that you can get into. There are tons of people out there that make a full-time income from tutoring teenagers online without having to do any face-to-face tutoring.

Remember that you’ll have to have some expertise before starting tutoring, so make sure you read up on my link if you want to learn how to become an expert at something fast.

8. Part-Time Jobs in Kenya – Dropshipping

Dropshipping is one of the most accessible side hustles out there – all you need to do is find a drop shipper and start selling products on your website.

Keep in mind that finding the right dropshippers will take some time, so you need to spend at least a few weeks researching and testing out all of your options.

9. Selling Physical Products

Selling physical products online is one of the most popular side hustles out there – all you need to do is find the right products and list them on your Jiji or Facebook.

10. Freelancing

Freelancing is typically regarded as one of the most straightforward side projects to start. – all you need to do is sign up for UpWork or Fiverr and start applying for gigs. Make sure that you have some experience if you want to get a good rating from your clients!

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