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45 Side Hustles For Introverts in 2024 (Personal Experience!)

Are you looking for all the best side hustles for introverts that can also make you decent money too? 

Searching for a side hustle that doesn’t overwhelm you? Requires limited social interaction that will maintain your social energy.

Calling all self-proclaimed introverts that want to make money without having (or having minimal) interaction with humans! 

In a world where it pays well to be an extrovert, you might be surprised to know that there are heaps of ways to make money for those of us that are on the shyer or quieter side. 

So, don’t worry if you’re not a people person because I’ve got you covered with a list filled with (45 to be precise) side hustles for introverts.

 PS;These side hustles for introverts PAY WELL too! (because I’ve tested and tried them myself:))

It’s a misconception that being an introvert comes with drawbacks in the working world. In fact, do you know what Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, and Mark Zuckerberg have in common? 

They’re all famous entrepreneurs that identify themselves as introverts. If they can build empires, so can you! 

Brief intro, I am Aisha Preece. I am a former extrovert, who has become an introvert. Apparently, this can happen as you get older, who would have thought?!

But I am happy to do my own thing, climb mountains and have minimal human interaction O_O

But I’ve worked in various profitable side hustles, despite not having to be social and *scream!* get in front of the camera!

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me happily hiking the Cooley Mountains, Ireland

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45 Side Hustles For Introverts

  1. Blogging
  2. Self-Publishing
  3. Freelance Writing
  4. Greeting Card Writer
  5. Proofreading and Editing
  6. Online Survey Taker
  7. Flea Market Flipper
  8. Online Course Instructor or Tutor
  9. Gamer
  10. Open POD Shops
  11. Pet Sitter/Dog Walker
  12. Etsy Shop Seller
  13. Get Paid To Test Products At Home
  14. Make Money While You’re Watching TV
  15. Website Developer
  16. Food Delivery
  17. Grocery Delivery
  18. Virtual Assistant
  19. Sell Stock Photos
  20. Transcription
  21. Scoping
  22. Get Paid To Read Books
  23. Get Paid to Read Emails
  24. Graphic Design
  25. Virtual Bookkeeper
  26. House Cleaning
  27. Get Paid To Walk
  28. Open An eCommerce Store
  29. Wash Cars
  30. Audio Engineer
  31. Data Entry
  32. SEO Consultant
  33. Social Media Manager
  34. Podcast Editor
  35. Video Editor
  36. Faceless Instagram Account
  37. App Development
  38. Pottery Artist
  39. Personal Style Bundler 
  40. Toy Tester 
  41. Playlist Curator 
  42. Own An Automatic Car Wash
  43. Draw Anime
  44. House Sitter
  45. Vending Machine Business
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Blogging is a great side hustle for introverts if you want to help others, have a lot to say, have helpful content on a specific niche, or topic but you don’t feel comfortable voicing them to an audience.

If you’re not keen on talking to people but you still have valuable insight that you want to share, starting a blog is a great way to get that done and reach the masses without directly dealing with the masses.

Interested in starting a blog?

Here are a couple of articles I’ve written about how to make money blogging:

Also, I took this blogging course that taught me how to make my first $1,000 from my blog. Immensely useful. 

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Do you love writing, but not so much for freelance clients? 

Have you got your own book you’ve dreamed of publishing? You can make money by publishing ebooks on Amazon.

You can write an ebook, and list it with websites like Payhip or Amazon and make money passively. 

The best part? 

You don’t have to worry about shipping, printing, or any of the nitty-gritty stuff. 

If you’re interested in self-publishing with Amazon, I touch on it in my article, How To Sell Short Stories For Money.”

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3.Freelance Writing

Freelance writing is in my opinion one of the best side jobs for introverts that love to write. 

You can write anything from novels to blog posts, cookbooks, research papers, etc. depending on your client. 

Some other categories that fall under freelance writing are:

  • Copywriting
  • Content writing
  • Technical writing
  • Ghostwriting
  • Ebook writing

You can find freelance writing jobs on:

If you have zero writing experience but you want to dive in headfirst, I have an in-depth articles about:

If you are having trouble knowing how to apply to freelance writing websites and how to come across as more experienced, so you can get paid higher.

I can recommend a super-duper freelance writing course I took, which helped me land 3 new clients in 3 weeks.


I spent ages googling FREE information and googling articles (like you are doing now) and I needed to keep my costs down as I wasn’t being paid for my writing just yet.

But I got sick of reading conflicting or confusing information and took the freelance writing course.

It taught me how to pitch to new clients and come across as experienced. Just look at this review:

WriteTo1k-Write-Your-Way-to-Your-First-1k-Elna Cain review

I also learned how to set up a freelance writing website, where to find jobs, and what to charge.

The Write to $1K course has a 30-day template you just need to follow to get to your first $1k from writing.

If you are ever going to invest in one writing course please let it be this one. It’s the most useful thing you can do if you want to know how to be a freelance writer with no experience.

There is no way you will finish the 30 days and not win a new client. Her training is THAT good. And I am not making this up, because I took the course myself.

4.Greeting Card Writer

More interested in writing short and witty or heartwarming little nuggets? 

Why not become a greeting card writer? Your job will be to come up with short sentences and phrases to put into cards. 

It’s as easy as that.

Sign up to one of the websites below and create heart warming and unique cards for the people of the world:

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5. Proofreading and Editing

If you’ve got an eye for detail, you can make money as a proofreader or editor.

Proofreading is essentially reviewing written documents for punctuation, grammar, and spelling errors. You don’t even have to make the changes, just point them out.

But if you want to make the changes, you can charge extra for that service and voila, you are an editor. 

I’ve got some great posts to help you get started on your proofreading and editing journey:

And if you’re on the hunt for proofreading and editing jobs, have a look at these websites:

If you are looking for a proofreading course that will take you from Zero to certified proofreader, this is the comprehensive proofreading course I took. 

Also, here is a FREE workshop that will teach you how to become an online proofreader!

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6. Online Survey Taker

I think being an online survey taker can be considered one of the easy side hustles from home for single moms.


Because they take anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes at best and that means you can cram as many surveys as possible in the little time you have. 

And bonus points for introverts because this requires zero human interaction.

Here are some reliable companies that will pay you to complete surveys:

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7. Flea Market Flipper

Looking for side hustle ideas for introverts? 

Anyone can do this, the concept is simple: “buy low” from stores or websites and resell items for a higher rate.

Flea market flipping is the art of finding items that no one else sees value in and selling them for a profit.

Some websites to consider if you want to sell your flipped items online are:

I wrote this guide on flea market flipping: 

Also, if you are looking for a flea market flipping course, Flippers University was created by Rob & Melissa.

A couple that used to use their earnings from flipping as their “fun money” for things such as vacations, the holiday seasons, birthdays, and unexpected bills (not fun per se but necessary). 

Rob & Melissa took their flipping side hustle from $42K part-time job to $133K full-time job and they haven’t looked back since. 

You can learn about their flipping course here.

flea market flipping
flea market flipping

8. Online Course Instructor or Tutor

You may not think being an online course instructor could be one of the best side hustles for introverts and working moms, but hear me out.

If you have valuable information then you can package that up into a course, make a few videos and sell your course online.

That’s a great way to generate extra and passive income. If you’re not sure where to create and sell your online course, I recommend Thinkific and Teachable

For all you working moms and introverts that don’t mind a bit of one-on-one, teaching online or tutoring is also a great side hustle for introverts. 

Don’t worry if you haven’t got any experience, you can read these articles to help you get started:

Looking for teaching jobs online?

Here are some websites to help get you started:

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9. Gamer

Now, this is a game-changer and definitely one of the best side hustles for college students who love to game. 

If you spend your time gaming, why not make some money out of it, am I right?

Companies like Mistplay let you earn points for playing video games. You can redeem those points for gift cards or a Visa gift card. 

Don’t worry, there are companies that will pay you real cash to play video games too. 

Swagbucks, InboxDollars, and Point Club are a few of them. Playing video games can be a legit side hustles.

10. Open POD Shops

POD stands for Print on Demand. 

Print-on-demand is a type of service where you upload designs to a website and then people purchase these digital files.

You don’t have to interact with anyone! 

They make the purchase and receive a downloadable file of your design and you get to keep the money.

Printables fall under this category. I first learned about creating printables to sell on Etsy after taking this epic course

The course instructor makes six figures from her printables sales! Isn’t that just wild? 

If you want to learn how to make money selling printables on Etsy, I’ve got just the article for you: Selling Printables on Etsy: An Epic Guide to Make you Passive Income

Etsy is certainly an excellent way to generate passive income for introverts.

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11. Pet sitter/Dog Walker

More of an animal person than a people person? Side hustles for introverts who love animals are walking dogs or pet sitting.

Then this is a great job for you. Did you know that taking care of someone’s pampered fur-baby can prove to be a lucrative business? 

Dog walker salary is between $15 and $30 per hour per canine.

You can become a pet sitter or dog walker and get paid to care for animals with these websites:

You can also distribute dog walker flyers around your neighborhood to advertise your service. You can design dog walker flyers on Canva with customizable dog walker flyer templates.

12. Etsy Shop Seller

Are you a crafty person? Why not turn your hobby or talent into a side hustle and get some cash out of it?

Opening an Etsy is completely free and it’s great because your products get listed in the marketplace for the whole world to see. 

We’re talking about almost 30 million active buyers on the website.

Intrigued? Here are some articles to help you get started:

Alternatively, you can also check out this free Etsy Ebook that will share a list of best-selling products by month and teach you how to capitalize on seasonal trends to make sales.

13. Get Paid To Test Products At Home

Companies will send you free products to test out and all you have to do is share your opinion on them and get paid for it.

I know, it sounds too good to be true but it’s a real thing! 

You use the products (which are then yours to keep -sometimes you get them for half-price if you don’t want to return them) and then get paid for sharing your thoughts.

Testing products at home is one of the more practical side hustles for working moms. You can choose items that make your life easier and save money. 

Companies like Opinion Inn and brands benefit from valuable feedback on upcoming, unreleased products.

14. Make Money While You’re Watching TV

Make money watching TV? Did someone say side hustles for girls night?

Grab your friends and spend some time together AND make money at the same time.

Survey Junkie and InboxDollars (you even get paid $5 just for signing up) are some of the companies that will pay you to watch TV and answer a few questions after.

Another company that will pay you to watch TV? 

Netflix. Netflix hires people called ‘taggers’ to binge watch shows and give feedback on them. You don’t get to pick what you watch but I mean I’m not complaining.

 As you can imagine, this job is pretty sought after, so keep an eye out for this vacancy.

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15. Website Developer 

Are you a techie? Do you know code or have you got an eye for design and functionality?

In today’s day and age, this is a coveted skill to have and it can earn you decent money. You can work as a website developer, coder, UX designer, etc., and work from the comfort of your home. 

Looking for jobs as a website developer? 

These job boards are often filled with numerous website developing related vacancies:

Dreaming of becoming a Web developer? 

Try your hand at a course or two on Udemy. Here are a few options to help you get started:

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16. Food Delivery

There’s something cathartic about driving around and being with your thoughts. 

With apps like Lyft or Postmates you can drive around and become a delivery driver and make money doing it. 

You don’t have to worry about making awkward small-talk conversations with passengers and you don’t necessarily need a car either. 

You can place deliveries if you have a scooter, motorbike, bicycle, rollerblades, skateboard, and even on foot!

Looking for companies just like Postmates? 

Here are a few options for you to consider:

17. Grocery Delivery

On today’s list of side hustles for introverts, we also have one that fits perfectly under the category of side hustles for single moms.

You have to grocery shop anyways, right? Why not do some shopping for other people while you’re at it and get paid for it? 

Companies like Instacart offer a delivery service that focuses on shopping deliveries. 

They have two categories of workers: 

  •  A Full-Service Shopper
  • In-Store Shopper

Full-Service Shoppers have to shop and deliver goods to the customer and In-Store Shoppers are people who work part-time in stores. 

This means that you’re solely responsible for the shopping and not the delivery.

 Depending on your location, you can make around $9 to $18 per hour working with Instacart.

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18. Virtual Assistant

A virtual assistant does everything a regular in-person assistant does but virtually. 

This is great if you’re an introvert because a lot of your correspondences will be through email and online, so you don’t have the stress of being surrounded by co-workers. 

Don’t worry if you haven’t got any experience, here’s an article to help you become a VA without any experience.

And if you’re all set but you’re not too sure where to find VA jobs, here are a few websites to get you started:

If you are looking for guidance on how to become a virtual assistant with no experience, I recommend either of these two courses :

The 10k VA course was created by Kayla Sloan, a Virtual Assistant that consistently earns more than $10,000 per month.

Alternatively, the The Virtual Savvy System by Abbey , is equally amazing.

Her course has 14 modules which include how to set up your website, pitch templates and access to a VA  community.

Here is a FREE virtual assistant workshop that teaches you all the skills you need to start!

19. Sell Stock Photos

Do you love photography? Or do you just have that touch and take  great shots? 

You can start good side hustles by selling stock photos online.

This is one of the easiest and no fuss side hustles for introverts because it’s just you, your camera and the platform you choose to sell your photos on. 

The most common way that you can earn cash selling stock photos is through a membership on a website. 

You simply have to create an account, sign up, and upload your photos, making selling photos online the best side hustle for introverts.

 Here are a few websites that allow you to sell your photos online:

For more in depth options, have a look at 21 Best Places To Sell Your Photos Online.

20. Transcription

If you’ve got mad typing skills and you’re an introvert, then becoming a transcriptionist is the perfect side hustle for you to pick up. 

Zero human interaction and it’s a pretty simple job.

A transcriptionist or transcriber turns audio files into written documents. You can get paid to transcribe podcasts, YouTube videos or any kind of audio recording.

There are 3 transcription work categories:

  • General
    Think business meetings, interviews, lectures, radio shows, podcasts, videos, etc.
  • Medical
  • Legal 

Online transcriptionist jobs are one of the side hustles that pay well, and you don’t need a ton of experience to get started.

And bonus points if you’re in med school -according to Neuvoo, medical transcriptionists can earn up to $41,477 a year. 

Talk about great side hustles for medical students.

Here are some websites that regularly hire transcriptionists:

If you’re looking to upskill and you’re thinking about taking a transcription, check out Transcribe Anywhere’s course or try their FREE mini transcription course.

For more of the best transcription courses out there, have a look at my article, Best Transcription Courses.” 

I’ve tried each of these courses and can guarantee that they are worth every penny.

21. Scoping

Think of scoping as a mashup of transcription work and editing. Scoping is when you get paid to edit transcripts of official court proceedings. 

How does it work?

When a court reporter takes down notes of a proceeding in shorthand, a scopist then takes that document and translates that shorthand into a proper written document.

Scoping is a specialized form of transcription and the top scopists earn close to $60,000 a year on average

Sign up to Scope School to learn the art of scoping straight from the professionals.

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22. Get Paid to Read Books

Imagine being curled up in a chair with a warm cup of tea, snuggled up in a blanket and a good book in hand.  

Now imagine getting paid to do that. 

You don’t have to imagine it anymore, because guess what? There are plenty of ways you can get paid for reading.  

You could make money:

  • Writing book reviews
  • Becoming a freelance copy editor
  • Narrating audiobooks
  • Translating books into different languages
  • Formatting ebooks for publication

Or sign up to these sites that will pay you for your reviews on select books: 

(Bonus: some of them even give you free books!)

You could even couple your passion for reading and blogging by starting your own book review blog and earn money by writing sponsored posts and offer your service as a freelance book reviewer.

23. Get Paid To Read Emails

A filled inbox can be someone’s worst nightmare but not everyone has the time to sort these things out. 

This is where you come in; if you don’t mind reading emails and decluttering inboxes then you can earn some decent money doing it. 

There are a ton of sites that will pay you to read emails, here are a few of them:

Not keen on signing up to a website?

 No worries, here’s an idea if you’re looking to get paid to read emails.

You can start your own email decluttering service or become a VA that specializes in inbox management and reading emails.

24. Graphic Design

You don’t necessarily need to be an artist to be a graphic designer. 

If you have stellar design skills, an eye for functionality and a talent for getting your message across through design, then you’ll be happy to know that you could try several side hustles online. 

You can earn make money designing and selling:

  • Pinterest templates
  • Website and blog logos
  • Infographics
  • Ebook covers
  • Printables
  • Hand-lettered fonts

Or you could look for graphic design jobs on websites like:

Here are some courses to get you started:

  • The Complete Graphic Design Theory for Beginners Course
  • Graphic Design Masterclass – Learn GREAT Design

25. Virtual Bookkeeper

If you have a background in accounting or you’re just good with numbers, you might be happy to learn than bookkeeping has gone virtual too!

But don’t worry if you’re not good with numbers, it’s actually a myth that you need to be a math whiz to become a bookkeeper

Bookkeeping is all about creating order from chaos.

If you’re interested in becoming a bookkeeper, I have the guide just for you, “How To Become A Virtual Bookkeeper (Earn $75 an Hour!)

Looking for virtual bookkeeping jobs? Here are a few great places to start:

Here is an extremely popular free course run by Ben Robinson, the founder of (If it is FREE,it’s for me!) 

This free course gives you all the basic knowledge you need to become the boss of your own bookkeeping business. 

You can also visit for more free resources on bookkeeping.

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26. House Cleaning

I love a good clean -especially when  I’ve got music in and a broom to dance with.

 If you like to clean and you’re an introvert then maybe you should consider picking up house cleaning as a side hustle.

But what about the people in the house? 

Well, you know what they say, “there’s nothing better than coming home to a clean house.” 

Most house cleaning jobs take place when the home owners are at work, so you don’t have to worry about making awkward small-talk. Great side hustles for introverts.

Here are some websites that hire people looking for house cleaning jobs:

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27. Get Paid To Walk

On our list of side hustles for introverts, let’s talk about getting paid to walk. 

Believe it or not, there are companies that will pay you to walk or get active. 

Sweatcoin, is one of them. You can earn money exercising and stand to win some sweet prizes and rewards with apps like these. 

If you enjoy going on long walks or you’re looking for an incentive to start living the healthy life and you want to make some money out of it, then have a look at these companies:

For more companies that will pay you to walk, have a little read of my article, Apps Like Sweatcoin (Get Paid to Walk) to learn more about each company, what their rewards are and how much you can earn.

28.Open An eCommerce Store 

Make extra money by setting up an eCommerce Store. You will need a computer or mobile device, an eCommerce platform, and digital or physical products to start.

There is a huge earning potential with eCommerce. You can earn around $1,000-$100,000 per month.

Follow these six steps to start your eCommerce store.

1. Find your niche and products to sell.

2. Write a business plan and research your competition.

3. Set up your online store with your store name and logo.

4. Set sales and marketing goals.

5. Decide on a shipping strategy.

6. Launch your eCommerce Store.

To help you get started, here are some of the best eCommerce platforms to start an online business.

29.Wash Cars

Car washing can be a great side hustle because almost everyone has a car nowadays, and they get dirty. So this is an excellent service that you can provide in your neighborhood. 

Starting a car wash business is easy and requires minimal investment to buy your supplies. However, you will need a vehicle to bring your washing supplies to your customers.

You also need to know how to wash a car well so that your customers are satisfied with the job and will refer you.

In addition, you can provide additional services like wax, polish, and vacuuming to earn extra money from your car wash business. 

Handing out flyers around your neighborhood and advertising in the Facebook marketplace is a great way to market your car washing business.

30.Audio Engineer

If you enjoy mixing or reproducing sound using electronic audio equipment, an audio engineer can be a great side hustle.

As an audio engineer, you can sell services like soundtrack creation, recording services, mixing services, narration audio, and audio for visuals.

Market your skills on marketplaces like UpWork or Fiverr and search for projects that suit your interest and time on the platform.

You can also upload your sound to YouTube and Spotify and start a passive income stream.

31.Data Entry

Data entry is a great side hustle for introverts to do from home. The job requires entering data from a raw source into a computer system.

Although the task sounds simple enough, the job is repetitional and deals with a large amount of data, so a great skill to have is accuracy and speed.

You will need internet access, a laptop, and software to start a data entry side hustle. Most companies use standard programs like Microsoft Word and Excel, Google Docs, or Quickbooks. 

According to, you can earn from $37,344 to $55,176 per year doing part-time data entry.

Here are some platforms where you can find data entry jobs.

More Side Hustles For Introverts

I’ve got a few more side hustles for introverts, mom introverts, creative introverts, and even introverts who have some investments to spare. Here are 14 more side hustles for introverts:

32. SEO Consultant

You might read the word consulting and think, “Oh no, I have to talk to people.” Well, not for an SEO consultant. 

Their task is to help their clients’ websites rank in search engine results, and they don’t need to have long conversations with their clients to do this. 

So, what does an SEO consultant do?

Their services include:

  • Keyword research
  • SEO content strategy
  • Optimizing content for client’s website
  • Competitive analysis for target keywords
  • Improve the site organization
  • Fix their client SEO technical issues

You can get by doing these tasks via email communication with your clients.

If you have good SEO knowledge and can perform the list of services above, advertise your service on platforms like Fiverr or Upwork.

You can consider becoming an SEO consultant, as it is one of the best side hustle jobs for introverts, and the pay is good. You can charge an average of $48 per hour. 

33. Social Media Manager

A social media manager manages their client’s social accounts. 

I know this might sound like an introvert’s nightmare, words like “Social” and “Management,” but let me ease your mind.

Unlike the job title, there is not much socializing on your part, at least not face-to-face. So, the role of a social media manager is to:

  • Create and optimize social account
  • Make a social media marketing plan
  • Data analysis for the client’s socials
  • Keep track of audience engagement and traction
  • Create campaigns and ads for your client

If you are looking for the “best side hustle jobs with zero interaction with humans,” a social media manager might not be for you. 

But, it is one of the higher-paying ones. I was able to charge one of my clients at least $500 to manage their social media platform.

Social media management was also among the “best side hustles 2023.” 

If you are willing to have some interaction (don’t worry; it can be minor, and you probably get away with communicating via email), you should give it a go. 

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34. Podcast Editor

If you are an introvert looking for how to make money without talking to anyone, you can look for podcast editor jobs.

Podcasts are on the rise now; they are popping out faster than mushrooms after a rainy day. 

It’s great for introverts because you can work on it independently with your headphones on (the universal sign for do not disturb).

A podcast editor will use editing software like Adobe Audition or Audacity to:

  • Polish audio content
  • Cut audio errors (remove bloopers)
  • Add music
  • Improve the podcast sound quality

Reach out to a podcast host and offer your services; there is always a podcaster out there who could use a podcast editor.

You can also apply to job boards like ZipRecruiter and sign up for platforms like Upwork or Fiverr

So, there are plenty of opportunities for introverts who love to do audio editing and enrich the listener’s experience.

35. Video Editor

Wondering how to make money for introverts in the creative world? There are tons of opportunities for creative introverts, one of them being video editors.

Video editors work behind the camera to edit videos and film to create the client’s or director’s final vision.

The job requires you to be creative to be able to bring stories to life. It also requires you to be skilled at editing software like Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere. 

You will be involved in cutting, splicing, and enhancing raw videos and mixing them with other visual and audio sources.

Find your next video editing jobs here:

36. Faceless Instagram Account

If you are looking for side hustles that don’t require social media, you can skip this one. There are plenty more side hustles without social media that I have listed in this article. 

However, if you have always been intrigued by becoming an influencer on Instagram but are too shy to reveal your identity, try opening a faceless Instagram account. 

The best part is you can curate an Instagram account about almost any niche you are passionate about. 

It can be about plants, self-development, books, or lifestyle (just shoot content cropping your face out). 

To build a faceless Instagram account that can make you money, you need to:

  • Build trust with your audience
  • Have a consistent content aesthetic
  • Make quality content that adds value

Once you gain traction in your account, you can monetize by selling digital products, sponsorships, and affiliate marketing. 

This side hustle is great for introverts as you can maintain your privacy and don’t need to build a personal following around you. Instead, you are making it around a specific niche.

 37. App Development

Another great side hustle for introverts is becoming a freelance mobile app developer. 

App developers build and design mobile applications for your phones, tablets, and even smart TVs. 

It’s great for introverts who love programming and have stellar problem-solving skills, as you will work on launching, fixing, and updating apps for platforms like iOS and Android.

You can find freelance app developer jobs on Toptal, Upwork, and ZipRecruiter platforms.

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38. Pottery Artist

Pottery has risen in recent years due to the growing interest in handmade and artisanal pottery.

Making and selling handmade pottery is a great side hustle for introverts, as you can control your interaction with others daily. 

Handling clay also requires focus and being mindful of your art, which can be incredibly calming.

Selling pottery is one of the best side hustles from home, as you can make your ceramic creations at home. 

All you need is clay, glaze, tools, and a pottery wheel. Owning a kiln can be expensive, so you can fire your work at a pottery firing service near you.

You can sell your handmade pottery on platforms like Etsy or your website and promote your work on social media.

39. Personal Style Bundler 

Personal Style Bundler is a new side hustle that I just discovered. It’s great for introverts who love fashion, sustainability, and shopping!

A personal style bundler is like a stylist, but you source your client’s clothes through thrifting. 

This side hustle is great for introverts because you can communicate and design your business model online.

How it works is that:

  • Your clients must complete a Google form about their style, size, and preference.
  • Send you their curated Pinterest board about what style and clothing they want to try.
  • You then source the clothing according to your client’s preference and style at thrift stores or sustainable shops.
  • You shipped out the style bundle to your clients.

They basically have the job of a personal stylist without ever meeting the clients.

You can offer different price points for your style bundles and promote your service on social media.  

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40. Toy Tester 

Did you know that you can get paid to test toys at home? Yup, you read it right. Companies often send out their new toys to be tested before introducing them to the public.

To be a toy tester, you may need to fit the company’s “focus group” criteria. 

These companies usually hire people who have experience working with children. Being a parent would also help you land the toy tester job.

Payments methods will differ according to which company that hires you. Some payments include gift cards, cash, and even free products.

Here are some companies that will pay you to test out toys:

41. Playlist Curator 

The creative world seems to be dominated by extroverts. But how can introverts make money in the creative sector and minimize the dread of small talk?

A playlist curator is a perfect side hustle for introverts who love music. A playlist curator organizes music to create a mood for the listeners, such as a calm study playlist or a 90s road trip playlist.

Find jobs for playlist curator here:

42. Own An Automatic Car Wash

Opening an automatic car wash is a great side hustle for introverts, as the business model is designed to be self-sustaining. However, you will need to have the necessary investment and resources upfront.

An automatic car wash is where customers clean their cars using existing equipment at your car wash, either by an automatic car wash or with self-serving washing equipment.

This business can run on autopilot with minimal inventory and maintenance. 

On average, your automatic car wash can make $100,000 per year. Your car wash can generate more income depending on the location, size of the car wash, and facilities there.

Purchasing an automatic car wash facility will also depend on these three factors mentioned earlier. 

On the lower end, you can get a self-service car wash at $100,000; on the higher end, it could cost you a million over.

43. Draw Anime

Another creative side hustle for introverts is drawing anime. Plenty of websites allow you to submit your anime drawings for money.

Here are some platforms where you can sell your anime art:

You can also showcase your work on social media and accept art commissions from clients.

44. House Sitter

Looking for beginner jobs for introverts? 

House sitting can be a great side hustle for introverts, as you don’t need any prior experience, and it’s just you and maybe some pets in the house.

House sitting is where you take care of an owner’s house and pets while they are away. 

It’s usually a mutual agreement between you and the owner where you get free accommodation while the homeowner takes care of their house, pets, or plants.

There are some paid house-sitting jobs that you can find. Sites like TrustedHousesitters and MindMyHouse connect homeowners with housesitters. 

You can get paid $11 an hour to house-sit.

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45. Vending Machine Business

If you want a side hustle without social media, try running a few vending machines for passive income.

A vending machine business is a great side hustle for introverts because you can make a profit selling products needing to be there. 

To start, you will need to purchase a vending machine, find a location for it, stock the machine up, and collect the money deposited.

With a vending machine business, you can sell all sorts of products; the key is to stock products with a high-profit margin, like water, which has an 86% profit margin. 

Today’s technology has also made the vending machine business very efficient. 
With a vending machine management system, you can track all information remotely, which can optimize your operation and increase sales.

FAQs For Side Hustles For Introverts 

How To Make Money As An Introvert?

It can be challenging for an introvert to hold traditional jobs, as there can be immense social pressure in the workplace. Here are some other ways how to make money as an introvert:

  • Actuary 
  • Bookkeeper
  • Data Scientist or Analyst 
  • Insurance Agencies 
  • Phone Nurse 
  • Recruiter 
  • Retail Arbitrage 
  • Software Developer 
  • Technical Writer 
  • Video Editing 
  • Work as a Professional Organizer

How To Make Money Without Human Interaction?

Want to know how to make money without human interaction? Here is a summary list of introvert side hustles to make money from home without talking to anyone.

These are some great jobs for antisocial people that want to start side hustles from home.

What’s A Good Side Hustle?

Trying to start a side hustle and wondering what a good side hustle is. Here is a list of 24 best side hustles for 2024.

1. Affiliate marketer

2. Become a transcriber

3. Blogging

4. Create a clothing line

5. Create and sell handmade goods

6. Deliver food

7. Deliver groceries

8. Deliver packages

9. Design and sell t-shirts

10. Do online surveys

11. Dropshipping

12. Give neighborhood tours

13. Landscaping tasks and lawn work

14. Online tutor

15. Rent your home out

16. Rideshare driver

17. Sell digital products

18. Sell photography

19. Start a podcast

20. Start a social media page

21. Start a YouTube channel

22. Test apps and websites

23. Walk dogs and pet-sit

24. Wash cars

How Can An Introvert Make Money Online?

Are you wondering how an introvert can make money online? Here are some of the best online side hustles for introverts to make money:

1. Be a virtual assistant

2. Become an online transcriptionist

3. Freelance writing

4. Get paid to read books

5. Get paid to read emails

6. Graphic design

7. Proofreading

8. Sell stock photos

9. Start a scoping side hustle

10. Virtual bookkeeper 

What Is The Number 1 Side Hustle?

The number 1 side hustle that you can do is Deliver Food And Groceries.

With many people working from home, it has become one of the best side hustles and the fastest-growing trend.

You can make extra money according to your terms, and it’s great if you prefer to avoid people in your car.

What Is The Easiest Side Hustle To Start?

Want to know what the easiest side hustle to start is? Here is a list of the best side hustles you can do today to start earning more money.

  • Deliver Food And Groceries
  • Deliver For Amazon
  • Online Freelancing
  • Rent Your Car
  • Ridesharing
  • Start A Blog
  • Take Online Survey
  • Tutoring

What Is The Cheapest Side Hustle To Start?

Do you want to start a side hustle but need to know what the cheapest side hustle to start is? Here are some inexpensive side hustle ideas:

  • Audiobook Narrator
  • Building Websites with WordPress
  • Do Paid Social Media Post
  • Furniture Flipping
  • Renting Out Your Clothes
  • Sell on Etsy
  • Sell Online Courses
  • Social Media Manager
  • Transcriptionist
  • Tutoring

What Are High Paying Side Hustles?

Here is a list of the high paying side hustles that you can start based on their hourly wage and earning potential:

  • Freelance Graphic Designer
  • Freelancing on Upwork
  • Online Tutoring
  • Party Planner
  • Photographer
  • Personal Training
  • Social Media and Digital Media Manager
  • Uber Driver

These are some of the side jobs that pay well.

Stress Free Side Hustles For Introverts

Looking for 18 stress free side hustles for introverts? Here is a list of low stress side hustles and side gigs for introverts.

  • Affiliate marketing
  • Audio engineer
  • Blogging
  • Book reviewer
  • Day trader
  • Delivering Food
  • Dog walker
  • Freelance writer
  • Graphic designer
  • House Sitting
  • Podcasting
  • Read emails
  • Social media manager
  • Taking surveys
  • Transcriptionist
  • Virtual Assistant
  • Video Editor
  • Web designer

How To Make Money Without Talking To Anyone?

There are plenty of ways how to make money without talking to anyone. Here are 9 clever side hustles for introverts that don’t require you to deal with people:

1. Blogging

2. Freelance writing

3. Online surveys

4. Transcription

5. Publishing eBooks

6. Grocery delivery

7. Proofreading and editing

8. Book review

9. Data Entry

What Are The Top 4 Money-Making Side Hustles For Introverts?

The top 4 money-making side hustles for introverts are:

These four side hustles are great for introverts as they can generate a good amount of side income for you and are flexible enough to be done from the comfort of your home and on your own time. 

There are PLENTY passive income ideas for introverts

Well, that’s all from me today folks. Not one, not 10 but 45 possible side hustles for introverts. 

So, what are you waiting for? Go on! Get out there, avoid people and make money.

Don’t let that label stop you from making extra money, picking up a new side hustle and starting a business. If Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, and Warren Buffet could do it, so can you.

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