Here’s the full list of top side jobs in 2017:

Disc Jockey — $65.70 per hour (typically work 5 hours per week)
Musician or singer — $43.40 per hour (typically work 4 hours per week)
Photographer — $36.20 per hour (typically work 5 hours per week)
Makeup Artist — $34.00 per hour (typically work 5 hours per week)
Piano Teacher — $31.20 per hour (typically work 5 hours per week)
Pilates Instructor — $26.30 per hour (typically work 5 hours per week)
Interpreter — $25.50 per hour (typically work 5 hours per week)
Personal Trainer — $23.10 per hour (typically work 5 hours per week)
Dance Teacher — $22.00 per hour (typically work 5 hours per week)
Handyman — $21.60 per hour (typically work 5 hours per week)
Tutor — $20.10 per hour (typically work 4 hours per week)
Postal Service Mail Carrier — $17.60 per hour (typically work 8 hours per week)
School Bus Driver — $16.90 per hour (typically work 6 hours per week)
Property Manager — $15.50 per hour (typically work 5 hours per week)
Phlebotomist — $14.80 per hour (typically work 4 hours per week)
Delivery Driver — $14.30 per hour (typically work 6 hours per week)
Dog Walker — $12.80 per hour (typically work 5 hours per week)
Data Entry Clerk — $12.70 per hour (typically work 5 hours per week)
Security Officer — $12.00 per hour (typically work 7 hours per week)
Line Cook — $11.50 per hour (typically work 6 hours per week)
Custodian — $11.30 per hour (typically work 8 hours per week)
Home Health Aide — $11.20 per hour (typically work 8 hours per week)
K-12 Substitute Teacher — $11.20 per hour (typically work 7 hours per week)
Housekeeper — $11.20 per hour (typically work 6 hours per week)
Caregiver — $11.10 per hour (typically work 7 hours per week)

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