Best side jobs for introverts

18 Stress-Free Side Hustles For Introverts

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Here's a list of the best side hustles for introverts who want to make money at home.

By Jay Feldman, DO

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

If you're anything like me, you're probably sick and tired of all of the gurus telling you how easy it is to make extra income from a side hustle. This isn't because those side hustles don't work, but they don't always provide the same successful outcome for everyone who tries them — especially introverts.

Since introverts are known to be reserved, quiet and thoughtful, the opportunity to earn some spare cash from side hustles remotely are perfect for them. Remote side hustles also provide introverts with the opportunity to make money on their own time without worry of a daily commute.

1. Freelance writing

Spending a few years freelancing to bulk up your writing portfolio of both clients and content can lead to a well-paying and flexible career.

Along with copywriting, blog writing and ghostwriting, finding a niche as a freelance writer for more technical pieces will allow you to charge clients more due to the dedication and focus they require. Sites like USA Wire will actually pay you to contribute content.

2. Graphic design

Many introverts who start dabbling in design — even if they haven't designed before — find they have a talent for it.

Tools like Canva can help you design infographics, email templates, fonts and more. Before getting started in graphic design, consider:

  • What kind of services you want to offer

  • Your target customer market(s) and pricing

  • Which software(s) you will use

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Web design

Every brand in today's world needs a website. Though building websites as a freelancer today is more challenging due to market saturation, it remains a strong side hustle option from the flexibility, creativity and control it provides.

Introverted web designers can set themselves apart from other web designers by becoming more talented in niche areas of web design, such as:

  • SEO optimization

  • Content strategy and creation

  • Copywriting

  • Social media management

  • Establishing pay-per-click advertising campaigns

4. Video editing

Video editing provides introverts with the freedom to create their own schedule and negotiate pricing with clients. Tools like Magisto and Splice make the video editing process much easier than in years past, too.

Here are just a handful of markets to give you some ideas on which to target for a video editing side hustle:

  • Conference videos

  • Explainer/educational videos

  • Marketing/promotional videos

  • Recorded presentations

  • Recorded speaking events


Audio engineering

If introverts have the essential tools at their disposal, they can quickly start offering audio engineering services like mixing, producing and tracking. Here are some things you need to do:

  • Create a studio in the quietest area of your home

  • Have a laptop with a strong processor

  • Install DAW software like Audacity or Garageband

  • Have a high-quality recording microphone

  • Have a MIDI controller or keyboard

Audio engineers also offer their produced soundtracks to other industries such as podcasters or stock audio platforms, and even earn money by streaming their music online through apps like Spotify or YouTube.

6. Social media management

Social media can be a very lucrative side hustle for introverts. The trick to making real money from managing social media as a side hustle lies in the power of networking.

As a social media manager, your time will mostly be spent managing clients' websites and social media accounts, approving comments and reviews and ensuring web pages are published on time.

Like many jobs and side hustles alike, the key to becoming a winning social media manager is being consistent in providing value.

7. Virtual assistant

Having a virtual assistant job as a side hustle entails routinely interfacing with only one other person. It can typically be done entirely remotely, too, making it more appealing to introverts.

Virtual assistants can expect to make between $10-20 per hour (depending on your employer) for a number of tasks like:

  • Reading/writing/responding to emails

  • Scheduling appointments

  • Managing calendars

  • Posting content on websites/social media

8. Taking surveys

There are plenty of legitimate ways to get paid by answering surveys, as many companies outsource survey agencies to gain insight on consumer behavior. Most pay between $0.50-2.00 per survey, and each one shouldn't take more than 5-15 minutes to complete.

9. Book reviews

Reading is a common hobby for many introverts, so why not get paid to read and review some books?

Some of the best sites to use to get paid for your reviews (and even get some free books) include:

  • BookBrowse

  • Booklist Online

  • Kirkus Reviews

If you already have an existing blog, you can also make money by writing sponsored posts or book reviews. If you have enough clients as a freelancer, you could also earn money as a freelance book reviewer.

10. Read emails

For introverts who shy away from the conversation, getting paid to read emails can end up being a dream side hustle.

Thankfully, there are now a ton of different sites you can sign up for that pay you to read other peoples' emails, including the following sites:

  • InboxDollars

  • MyPoints

  • Swagbucks

  • Vindale Research

For the more email-savvy introverts, inbox management is also a viable option.

Related: How to Start a Side Hustle: Find Your Idea

11. Start a blog

Blogging is a great way to make money that requires minimal interaction with others. Monetizing your blog may take a few months to see its potential, but the ability to create a winning blog you can monetize lies in:

  • Creating quality content

  • Producing content that can be consistently consumed and shared

  • Partnering with advertisers to sell digital ad space on your blog

If you stick to this process, your blog can make money off the content you want to write.

12. Affiliate marketing

If you already have a strong following on Instagram, you can promote a brand's latest product or service. Each sale you facilitate earns you a portion of the sale.

The potential income you can make through affiliate marketing is virtually unlimited, depending on the size of your target audience and their buying trends as consumers.

13. House sitting

If you're looking to make money each month with almost no work or social interaction, becoming a professional house sitter may be your best bet.

As a house sitter, your mission is simple: stay at the client's residence and occupy it in their absence.

House sitting is a common need for homeowners who routinely leave town or travel. If a client's pet needs care, you can charge even more per day or week, depending on the client.

14. Podcasting

Starting a podcast as an introvert can prove to be a very lucrative side hustle depending on the topic(s) of audio content you produce, as well as the quality and consistency of that content.

Many podcasts are recorded solo, meaning introverts don't need to worry about outreach to potential interviewees. Instead, spend that time to learn about how you can best market your podcast, and to who.

15. Transcription

If you're an introvert with crazy-awesome typing skills, look into online transcriptions as a side hustle.

Transcriptionists convert audible conversations or content into typed documents. Today, everything from YouTube videos to legal proceedings requires transcription.

Transcriptionist work can pay very well for those with a knack for it, and most employer's transcription guidelines tend to follow the most basic transcription training courses, which you can easily find available for free online.

16. Dog walking

Let's be real: As an introvert, there are times when you will simply grow tired of dealing with other people. As a dog walker, the most interaction you'll have with other people is through the dog's owner.

Getting started as a dog walker is made even easier with apps like Rover or Wag. Depending on where/when/who you walk for, you can make between $15-30 for less than an hour of time that you spend walking!

17. Food delivery

Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, food delivery sales have been at an all-time high. For introverts with reliable transportation, this presents a great side hustle opportunity.

Becoming a designated driver for apps like DoorDash or Instacart offers ways to make extra money, including tips. Since the bulk of the work is driving, introverts may find this an appealing way to earn $10-15+ per hour, depending on where they live and the number of deliveries completed each day.

18. Day trading

The recent rise in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Dogecoin has seen millions become more aware of the earnings day trading can bring. However, trading on the stock, futures or foreign exchange market is where most day traders make their money.

According to one trading expert, the best trading times are when markets officially open and close (around 9:30am and 4:00pm) each day. Because the first hour of each day tends to be when trade prices are most volatile, trading at these times provides the best potential for profits.

Remember: you never lose money off of stocks you don't sell, you only lose money when you sell (rather than buy) during the dip.

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27 Side Hustles for Introverts (That Will Make You A Ton Of Cash)

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

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

I’ve got a treat for you, today; a list of side hustles for introverts. Introverts, you may now rejoice!

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 (27 to be precise) side hustles for introverts. 

Some of the links on here are affiliate links and I may earn if you click on them, AT NO EXTRA cost to you. Hope you find the information here useful! Thanks.

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27 Side Hustles For Introverts

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! 

Or at least in this case a side hustle. So, if you’re looking for some side hustles that don’t require talking, minimal human interaction, and the choice to work from the comfort of your own home, then you’re in the right place. 

Without further ado, here are some of the 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

1. Blogging

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:

  • How To Start a Money Making Blog (Step By Step)
  • How To Make Money Blogging For Beginners

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


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.”

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:

  • Blogging Pro
  • Problogger
  • All Freelance Writing
  • Upwork
  • Fiverr
  • Guru

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

  • How To Become A Freelance Writer With No Experience
  • 21 Best Freelance Writing Websites To Get Paid For Beginners
  • Freelance Writing For Beginners: 8 Steps To Land Your First Job In 2021

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). 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:

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:

  • Blue Mountain Arts 
  • Calypso Cards
  • Noble Works
  • Oatmeal Studios
  • Shade Tree Greetings

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:

  • How to Become an Proofreader for Beginners
  • How to Become a Freelance Proofreader with No Experience

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

  • Cactus Communications
  • Gramlee
  • Sibia
  • Proofreading Services. com
  • ProofreadingPal

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!

6. Online Survey Taker

I think being an online survey taker can be considered one of the easy side hustles 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:

  • Paribus
  • Shopkick
  • Neilsen Computers 
  • Survey Junkie
  • Inbox Dollars
  • Pincone Research
  • Vindale Research
  • Swagbucks

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:

  • eBay
  • Facebook Marketplace
  • Etsy
  • Craigslist
  • Offer Up
  • Oodle 
  • uBid 

I wrote this guide on flea market flipping: 

  • Flea Market Flipping: An Ultimate Guide To Making Money From Reselling Old Items

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

8. Online Course Instructor or Tutor

You may not think being an online course instructor could be one of the best side hustles for 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:

  • Teach English Online With No Experience
  • How To Teach English Online In One Week

Looking for teaching jobs online?

Here are some websites to help get you started:

  • Magic Ears
  • Dada Abc
  • VIPKid
  • Preply 
  • Italki

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.

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

11. Pet sitter/Dog Walker

More of an animal person than a people person?  

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? 

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

  • Rover 
  • Wag
  • Petsitter
  • Pawshake

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:

  • 11 Best Things to Sell on Etsy to Make Money
  • How To Make Money Selling on Etsy 

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.

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:

  • Digital Nomad Job Finder
  • Hubstaff Talent
  • We Work Remotely 
  • Working Nomads

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:

  • The Complete Web Developer Course 2.0
  • The Complete 2020 Web Development Bootcamp

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!

If you’re interested in making money as a delivery person for Postmates, I’ve got just the article for you: How to Make $200 a Day with Postmates

Looking for companies just like Postmates? 

Here are a few options for you to consider:

  • Uber Eats 
  • DoorDash
  • Grubhub

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.

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:

  • VA Networking 
  • Zirtual 
  • Boldly
  • Assistant Match
  • Fancy Hands

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
  • The Virtual Savvy System

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.

Alternatively, 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 a side hustle 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.

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

  • Bigstock
  • iStockPhoto
  • Dreamstime
  • Shutterstock
  • 123RF

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 can 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:

  • Quick Note Typing
  • Quicktate
  • Scribie
  • Rev

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.

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!)

  • BookBrowse
  • Kirkus Reviews
  • Booklist Online

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:

  • InboxDollars
  • Swagbucks 
  • Vindale Research
  • MyPoints

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 there are several online side hustles you could try. 

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:

  • 99 Designs
  • Behance
  • Dribble
  • Upwork
  • Angel List 

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 $100 an Hour!)”

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

  • Accounting Coach
  • ClickNwork 
  • BookMinders
  • ClickAccounts 

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.  

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.

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

  • Task Rabbit
  • Molly Maid
  • Tidy

27. Get Paid To Walk

And last but not least 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:

  • HealthyWage
  • Lympo
  • Runtopia

For more companies that will pay you to walk, have a little read of my article, 20 Apps Like Sweatcoin (Get Paid to Walk) to learn more about each company, what their rewards are and how much you can earn.


Well, that’s all from me today folks. Not one, not 10 but 27 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.

Side Hustles for Introverts (That Will Make You A Ton Of Cash 

Top 10 Jobs for Introverts: Recruiter's Tips

If you're an introvert, you probably have a very different idea of ​​your dream job than most people around you. Why the majority? Because there are only a third of people like you in society, say American psychologists Kroeger and Tusen in their book On Personality Type. What job suits you best? We asked an expert in the field HR.

Valentina Pakuleva, account manager from a recruiting agency

Coleman services

in those professional areas that require overcoming the introversion of character.

What kind of activities can be considered the most comfortable for an introvert? Definitely those that minimize the need for interaction (personal or telephone) with unfamiliar or unfamiliar people. Crossing the threshold of a new office, getting used to the company's staff, creating a familiar daily routine for yourself, albeit with deadlines and hands-on jobs, but not requiring interaction with strangers, is one of the most acceptable options. Introverts are less likely to change jobs, because it is quite difficult to independently initiate a change in the usual rhythm of life. nine0007

We have compiled a list of the best jobs in which an introvert can prove himself without the need for active interaction with the outside world:

1. Work at home . This includes absolutely any area of ​​professional activity, the main thing is that a person who is accustomed to reducing communication with others to a minimum can communicate with these others, but in a familiar and comfortable environment. As they say, houses and walls help. You can communicate with clients or customers by e-mail or, in extreme cases, by phone. However, the familiar home environment in this case minimizes the stress factor. Another thing is that not all people (regardless of personality type) have the level of self-organization necessary to work at home. nine0007

2. Copywriting, rewriting, blogging, writing . Introverts are creative people. Each person has a need for self-expression, a desire to be heard, but it is often easier for introverts to convey their thoughts in writing than when communicating with an audience “live”.

3. Working with databases . There are a number of organizations where much attention is paid to filling in internal databases and updating the information contained in them. The work is mechanical and requires a high concentration of attention, but it minimizes the need to interact with external sources of information. nine0007

4. Analytics . In fact, in any field of activity, an important block is occupied by analytics - marketing, sales, finance, logistics. If you are interested in a specific professional area, you can delve into the analytics of this department - work on the fundamental tasks of analyzing external and internal factors and indicators, as well as developing strategies for bringing the direction to a qualitatively new level. The work is algorithmized, but not without a creative component. nine0007

5. Accounting . It is considered one of the most standardized professions. Key actions are determined by accounting and are clearly regulated by law. It should be noted that at the same time, work in the field of accounting is, in principle, associated with a high level of stress, in addition, there are a number of areas that require constant involvement in interaction with external contractors and services (suppliers, contractors, banks, tax, audit companies).

6. IT . Perhaps everyone is familiar with jokes about IT professionals living in their own world and communicating with others in the language of numbers and codes. All this forms a certain idea of ​​the profession as a whole. For an introvert, IT specializations can be an excellent professional outlet, and most importantly, interesting, as well as highly paid. It should also be noted here that the IT sphere is very versatile: there is a support service for external and internal users (especially the first line of support), system administrators, external consultants who are in constant and often emergency interaction with the customer. nine0007

7. Laboratory . A concept that is also associated with various fields of activity - a research laboratory can be at some scientific department, or it can be located in a medical institution. In any case, the flow of information from the outside world comes in the form of data or materials that need to be studied.

8. Scientific activities . In general, the item is quite similar to the previous one, but can be associated with a large external interaction (for example, sociological or psychological research). nine0007

9. Technological specializations. Chemists-technologists, process engineers, technical specialists are in great demand in production. These are people who develop new recipes, control the quality of incoming raw materials, own the methodology for processing products, analyze the results, the causes of defects. In some cases, such activities involve communication with suppliers or customers, require product presentations, but in most cases, the work involves the algorithmization of the creative process within a manufacturing enterprise. nine0007

10. Art. As mentioned earlier, creative activity for an introvert is a way of self-expression and communication with the outside world, so any creative undertaking, if desired, can be developed into a profession.

One way or another, introversion is neither a diagnosis nor an indicator. Yes, it will not be easy for a person who is not prone to regular active communication to work at the reception, in the customer or user support service, make cold calls and sell products or services. But "difficult" does not mean "impossible"! Don't push yourself too hard, there are many positive examples of introverts who have made careers in law, HR, sales, PR, and marketing. The main thing is an interest in a certain field of activity and the ability to work on oneself, to engage in self-development. nine0007

After all, introverts are not people who can't communicate, introverts are people who can do without it.

Top 40 Part-time Jobs for Anxious Introverts

Just because you're an introvert doesn't stop you from getting a great part-time job. Indeed, some introverts naturally thrive in jobs that require meticulous attention to detail and an analytical approach. In this article, we'll look at the best part-time jobs for anxious introverts. nine0007

Anxious introverts may, among other things, have difficulty performing daily tasks. Even the most simple and minor situations can cause symptoms of stress and anxiety that range from mild to severe.

The good news is that if you're an introvert suffering from anxiety, there are many part-time jobs available that offer a low-stress work environment and also pay well. a well-paid job without a degree. nine0007

Let's take a quick look at what an introvert is before we go on to list some of the top 40 part-time jobs for introverts with anxiety.

Who is an introvert?

The most common definition of an introvert, as always, given by those in a medical career is someone who is exhausted by socializing and recharged by spending time alone. But introversion is so much more.

Everyone is born with an innate temperament - a way to receive energy and interact with the world. Temperament is the difference between introversion and extroversion. nine0007

Your genes play a big role in determining whether you're an introvert or an extrovert, which means you were probably born that way.

However, our life experiences also shape us. If your parents, teachers, and others encouraged you to be quiet and thoughtful, you probably grew up with confidence in who you are. However, if you were teased, bullied, or asked to "get out of your shell" as a child, you may have developed social phobia or felt the need to pretend to be someone you are not. nine0007

What are the best part-time jobs for introverts with anxiety?

Below is a list of the best part-time jobs for anxious introverts:

  1. Archaeologist
  2. Librarian
  3. Graphic designer
  4. Computer programmer
  5. Social Media Manager
  6. Scientists data
  7. Software Tester
  8. Online browser
  9. Translator
  10. Corrector
  11. nine0113 Mail delivery
  12. Chartered accountant
  13. Internal Auditor
  14. Accounting Clerk
  15. Cost Appraiser
  16. Budget Analyst
  17. Radiologist-technologist
  18. Radiation Therapist
  19. Medical Account Specialist
  20. Dental assistant
  21. Patient Representative
  22. Laboratory assistant
  23. Surgical Technician
  24. Medical transcriptionist
  25. veterinary technician or assistant
  26. Investigator
  27. Actuary
  28. writer
  29. Technical writer
  30. SEO experts
  31. Web Developer
  32. Scientist
  33. Mechanic
  34. architect
  35. Curriculum Editor
  36. School Library Assistant
  37. Housekeeper/Janitor
  38. Warehouse Worker
  39. Training Coordinator
  40. Health Information Technician.

40 best part-time jobs for introverts with anxiety

There are a number of good careers that anxiety introverts may enjoy, depending on their specific skills and interests. We have discussed some of these possibilities below.

# 1.


Due to the quiet and reserved nature of introverts, one of the best part-time jobs for anxious introverts is archaeology.

These specialists explore the history of human settlements by examining the material relics of the past, such as pottery, tools, landscaping, and buildings. The subject of such studies can be sites, buildings, landscapes and the environment in general. nine0007

They seek to comprehend the landscape, vegetation and climate of previous eras, as they influenced and were influenced by previous peoples.

Archaeologists conduct research and excavations, assess environmental impacts, work on heritage conservation projects and promote tourism.

To be a successful archaeologist, you must be able to adapt quickly to change, think fast, and write well.

# 2.


A librarian is a professional who works in a library, providing users with access to information as well as social or technical programming or information literacy training.

The role of the librarian has changed significantly over time, especially in the last century when many new media and technologies have emerged.

From the earliest libraries in the ancient world to today's information superhighway, there have been custodians and distributors of data stored in data warehouses. nine0007

Roles and responsibilities vary greatly depending on the type of library, the specialty of the librarian, and the functions required to maintain collections and make them available to users.

# 3.

Graphic Designer

If you are an introvert looking for a high paying job with no education or experience in 2022

Graphic designers are visual communicators who work by hand or with specialized graphic design software to create concepts. nine0007

Anxious introverts may communicate ideas to consumers to inspire, inform or engage them using both physical and virtual art forms such as images, words or graphics.

They ensure that their designs accurately reflect the desired message and convey information effectively, while maintaining constant communication with clients, clients and other designers.

# 4.

Computer programmer

Programmers provide valuable services in various sectors of the economy by creating codes for software, computer applications and programs. nine0007

These people work in information technology, academia, government services, and medicine, with additional opportunities as freelance and contract workers.

Anxious introverts can communicate through professional and career resources to empower themselves.

The nice thing about being a social media manager for introverts is that you don't have to be so outgoing.

Social media managers are responsible for posting content, running advertising campaigns, and answering questions from fans, critics, or customers on behalf of brands and companies. nine0007

You may have multiple clients and work from home, or you may work in an office for a specific company.

In any case, you will spend most of your working time at the computer.

# 6.

Data scientists

Data scientists are a new generation of data scientists with the technical skills to solve complex problems as well as a curiosity to explore the problems that need to be solved, which is one of the main reasons why introverts anxiously must consider the work because of their attention. to the details. They are a cross between a mathematician, a computer scientist, and a trend forecaster. nine0007

# 7.

Software tester

Software testers are responsible for quality assurance in software development and deployment. They participate in both automated and manual testing to ensure that the software developed by the developers is fit for purpose. Some of the responsibilities include software and system analysis, risk mitigation, and software problem prevention. nine0007

# 8.

Online Browser

As an online browser, you can help shape your company's image in the digital marketplace. Your responsibilities will include helping your organization grow its brand, generate new leads, increase revenue, and teach strategies to grow and improve the business.

You are viewing products and services as an online reviewer. An online reviewer uses blogging techniques to reach out to an audience, write reports about your experience, research a product's history, and evaluate various aspects of a product and its delivery. nine0007

# 9.


A translator is someone who translates written words from one language to another. Although translators usually require a bachelor's degree, the most important requirement is fluency in English.

# 10.


Proofreader is one who reviews the final written text before publication and after editing it, but does not rewrite anything in the draft. It corrects text and corrects typographical errors. nine0007

# 11.

Mail delivery

Mail deliverers collect and deliver letters, parcels, messages, documents and goods to private homes and businesses. They travel daily to cities, towns, and suburbs to deliver and collect mail. They may deliver mail on foot in cities or drive a mail truck from one pickup point to another in suburban or rural areas.

# 12.

Chartered Accountant

Individuals, private corporations and the government are among the clients served by accountants. nine0007

They are responsible for reviewing financial documents such as tax returns and ensuring that their client properly discloses information that should be made public. During the tax season, accountants can also help clients prepare and file their tax returns.

Accountants can start their own business and work for themselves, or they can work for an accounting firm. Some may specialize in areas such as forensic accounting. nine0007

Since accountants primarily work with documents and financial statements, they do most of their work on their own, making them a great choice for introverts.

# 13.

Internal auditor

Internal auditors, like accountants, primarily work with financial records to help an organization properly manage its funds.

They differ in that their main purpose is to ensure that the company or organization is not engaging in fraud. Internal auditors are also used by businesses and organizations to identify and eliminate cases of financial waste. nine0007

These people may work as part of a team, but many also work on their own. They will almost certainly be required to report their findings to company management, which introverts are more than capable of doing if they are willing to do so.

# 14.

Accounting Clerk

As an accountant, you will be responsible for tracking the organization's income and expenses. This is a critical job as the information recorded by the clerk must be accurate in order to create financial statements and other documents. nine0007

Accountants also perform important tasks such as processing payroll records and creating invoices.

An accountant can cooperate with managers and other clerks, although accounting usually does not require much cooperation. Any problems that arise usually have to be dealt with on their own, which makes this a great option for introverts.

# 15.

Cost Estimator

Cost appraisers perform many of the same duties and responsibilities as accountants. Using financial indicators and documents to estimate the cost of a particular project. nine0007

For example, a construction cost estimator needs to estimate the total cost of a construction project by adding together the cost of required materials, labor, and total project time.

They must review project drawings to determine all required materials and may collaborate with building managers and architects.

Once the cost is determined, they can brainstorm ways to cut costs and then present their findings to clients. nine0007

# 16.

Budget Analyst

Budget analysts are often hired to analyze a company's budget, which includes all of the company's income and expenses.

They can work with non-profit organizations and universities that want to make sure their external funding requests are realistic before they apply.

Budget Analysts also make sure that the organization operates within the approved budget and does not spend more than planned. nine0007

Introverts doing this job spend most of their time working with financial documents and analyzing data themselves.

It allows them to focus and come up with new ways to increase or cut costs, making it a great choice for introverts who work best on their own.

# 17.

Radiation Technologist

Radiologists use imaging equipment to help patients diagnose and treat diseases. You can work different shifts and hours. nine0007

You can choose your own schedule depending on your employer. Working as a radiological technologist requires a degree in radiological technology. You will also need to complete an undergraduate program and most likely pass your state certification exam.

Working as a "radio technician" can be a very rewarding profession.

In most cases, you will not have to interact with large groups of people. Depending on the environment you choose to work in, you may even be able to work alone. nine0007


. Radiation Therapist

The Radiation Therapist works with patients who are being treated for cancer as well as those who require radiation therapy.

During regular business hours, radiotherapists usually work in health care facilities such as a hospital. To become a radiotherapist, you must have at least an associate's degree in radiological technology and pass an exam.

Working as a radiation therapist requires a high level of attention to detail. You must also be empathetic and compassionate towards patients, and you must be able to troubleshoot equipment when needed. nine0007

You may be responsible for patient planning and clerical work in addition to patient care. Spying on an oncology clinic is a great way to observe the workflow and get a better understanding of this profession.

# 19.

Medical Billing Specialist

In the healthcare industry, the Medical Billing Specialist processes medical claims and sends invoices. They help patients get the best possible reimbursement for their medical expenses. nine0007

To become a medical accountant, a degree in health care or a related field is required. Some employers may also require certification.

Previous experience as a medical coder or office assistant may also be an advantage. Some companies may even allow you to work from home or remotely.

# 20.

Dental Assistant

Dental Assistant assists the dentist with routine tasks such as X-rays and preparing treatment rooms for patients. nine0007

This is a great entry-level position for those looking to get into the healthcare industry. You can work in a private dental clinic or in a large chain.

If you want to pursue a more advanced career, you should consider becoming a dental hygienist. To work as a dental assistant, some employers and states require formal education. You should check the requirements of the state in which you want to work. nine0007

# 21.

Patient Services Representative

A Patient Services Representative works in a hospital to help patients and their families. This is a great opportunity for those who are patient, empathetic, and good at listening and troubleshooting.

You must have a high school diploma or GED to be considered for this position. An introvert who wants to do this job may also need on-the-job training.

Your responsibilities will vary from hospital to hospital. You will assist patients with billing and insurance issues, as well as appointment scheduling. This is a job that requires a lot of patience and understanding. You also need to be reliable and trustworthy because you will have access to confidential patient information. nine0007

# 22.

Laboratory assistant

A laboratory assistant is a person who performs laboratory tests as ordered by a doctor or nurse. This work includes processing samples such as blood or swabs and accurately performing any requested tests such as drug screening, blood cell counts and bacterial cultures before reporting the results to the provider.

This position may require an associate's degree or certification.

# 23.

Surgical Technician

Surgical Technician assists surgeons during operations in the operating room. You will be responsible for collecting equipment and assisting the surgeon during procedures.

You must first complete an associate's degree program before you can begin this job. Before you can work on your own, you must also complete on-the-job training.

This can be an exciting job for an introvert because the introvert will be able to oversee the procedures and operations in the hospital and stay at home most of the time. nine0007


. Medical transcriptionist

As a medical transcriptionist, you will be required to listen to medical dictations and write medical reports. You will work with a team of doctors, paramedics and other healthcare professionals.

To work as a medical transcriptionist, you usually need a formal education.

You will also need computer skills and knowledge of medical terminology. You must also be proficient in English grammar. nine0007

Many companies also offer on-the-job training. If you want to work in healthcare but not directly with patients, this is a good option.


. Veterinary Technician or Assistant

A veterinary technician works in a veterinary practice and assists in the care of sick, injured, or undergoing surgery.

Before you can begin this job, you must first complete an associate's degree program. nine0007

Your state may also require you to complete a certification, which usually entails attending classes and passing an exam.

You will need a lot of patience and understanding for this work. You will also need physical strength and stamina because you may need to hold onto sick or injured animals.

Some veterinary technicians and assistants may need to perform laboratory tests and prepare medications and other solutions. nine0007

Many people work full time with some evening or weekend hours. This is a good job for an introvert who prefers to work with animals over people.

# 26.


An important part of your work as an investigator is observation and analysis. For example, you can spend hours searching the Internet for information about a person or a specific document. You will explore clues, explore possibilities, and put all the pieces of the puzzle together to form a complete picture. nine0007

Private security firms, police departments and even large corporations hire investigators. Some private investigators are self-employed business owners.

# 27.


Actuaries typically work in the insurance industry assessing risk factors and determining whether an insurance company should issue a policy to a particular person or business, and if so, what should be the premium on that policy.

This position focuses almost entirely on advanced math, data, and statistics, which is inherently an independent task and great for introverts (at least for introverts who are into numbers). nine0007

Actuaries must have a strong understanding of data and statistics, and it often takes a degree in actuarial science or a related field (such as statistics or mathematics) to enter the door.

# 28.


Introverts are often gifted writers, and writing is a versatile career with many directions.

You can write non-fiction or fiction under your own name, or you can work as a ghostwriter. Web content writing is another option that entails creating copy for websites, articles, and blogs. nine0007

User manuals, operation manuals and how-to documents are created by technical writers for a wide range of products.

As a writer, you will most likely be able to set your own schedule (subject to deadlines) and work from anywhere you can take your computer and connect to the Internet.

# 29.

Technical writer

Technical writers create tutorials, technical guides, how-to guides, and other supporting documents to communicate complex information in an understandable way. The ability to work independently is very important for this job. nine0007

# 30.

SEO experts

SEO (search engine optimization) managers are responsible for ensuring that their company appears at the top (or as close to the top as possible) of the results pages when searched for a relevant query.

The goal is to increase the company's visibility and attract new users or customers to its website. SEOs create and implement SEO strategies, identifying which technical and substantive search engine optimization strategies will bring the best results, and then constantly tweaking that strategy to improve rankings. nine0007

These professionals spend a significant amount of time analyzing data, developing recommendations, and optimizing, making this an ideal role for an introvert.

# 31.

Web Developer

Web developers use programming languages ​​to create web-based computer applications. Although some communication is required to define the project specifications, most of the work is done alone at the computer, grinding the code and testing it to make sure it works. nine0007

These professionals are in high demand and can work from home as freelancers or directly for companies as remote workers, although some companies prefer to have their web developers work on site.

# 32.


Introverts who love research and experimentation may be interested in a career as a scientist. You may work in a laboratory, a university, or in the research and development department of a large corporation.

As a scientist, you will be focused on learning and discovery, not other people, and you will be able to choose from a variety of scientific fields.

# 33.


Mechanics work on a wide range of complex machines, from cars, trucks and motorcycles to boats and aircraft. The profession of a mechanic is ideal for introverts who like to learn how things work and work with their hands.

# 34.


Introverted personality types benefit from a career in architecture. While architects must meet with clients and other industry professionals, they spend most of their time doing building planning and design work on their own. People who enjoy using their creativity, focus, and ability to solve problems will enjoy a career in architecture. nine0007

# 35.

Curriculum editor

Curriculum editors often work alone, editing and proofreading curricula to ensure quality.

They can work as a team to cover every aspect of the fix before publication, but some of the work can be done alone, which is beneficial for the introvert.

Some online and remote positions in this area may be available, further limiting contact with others. Curriculum editors are usually required to have a bachelor's degree in the area of ​​curriculum they wish to edit. nine0007

# 36.

School Library Assistant

Library assistants assist the head librarian with everything they need to do, such as organizing materials and doing minor clerical duties.

School librarians work in any type of school library, including elementary, middle, high school, and university libraries.

They maintain collections of textbooks and assist teachers in developing materials for curriculum implementation. This job is ideal for introverts because although they collaborate with others, collection and office work is best done alone. nine0007

# 37.


Cleaning may be for you if you don't mind cleaning up after others.

Shifts usually happen when no one is around, leaving you alone with your thoughts and your favorite music.

# 38.

Warehouse Worker

Warehouse work is ideal if you have an insatiable desire to be alone. This job can be tedious at times, but your ability to multitask will keep you interested and busy. nine0007

# 39.

Training Coordinator

The curriculum is the focus of training coordinators. Their main focus is curriculum development and teaching standards, and they spend a significant amount of time alone in the office evaluating the curriculum and its level of accuracy.

In addition, they work with teachers and schools to coordinate the use of their curriculum. Learning coordinators usually work in schools, whether elementary, secondary, or tertiary education, and must have a master's degree in that field, as well as experience using or working with a curriculum. nine0007

# 40.

Health Information Specialist

A Health Information Technician is a health care professional responsible for ensuring that patients' medical records are accurate and accessible. They are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of medical information, as well as for its organization and storage.

Frequently asked questions about part-time jobs for introverts with anxiety

What is the best job for introverts with anxiety? nine0203

Best Jobs for Introverts with Anxiety: • Translator, Proofreader, Mail Delivery Man, Public Accountant, Internal Auditor, Accounting, Cost Estimator Budget Analyst, Radiation Technologist, Radiotherapist, Medical Billing Specialist, Dental Assistant, Patient Relations Representative.

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