Part time jobs in Kenya helps one to earn passive income or extra income when they are already working. They are perfect jobs for employees who have some time at their disposal to spare. One can earn upwards of Ksh 100,000 per month especially when they are committed towards achieving their goals.
Here is a list of best part time jobs to do in Kenya especially when you have a full time job.
- Academic writing jobs
You can do academic writing jobs as a side hustle. All you need is to buy an account and employ people to work for you. Pay each of them Ksh 150 to Kh300 per page. To buy academic writing account in Kenya, you pay Ksh 80,000 to Ksh150,000
Academic writing jobs pay Ksh20, 000 to Ksh 600,000 per month .The work pays well when one owns their own accounts.
- Affiliate marketing
Another area to turn your eyes to is affiliate marketing. Many bloggers and content creators often ignore affiliate marketing, but those who have already done it are millionaires. Jumia, Betway, 22Bet and Hostpinnacle are some of the companies offering affiliate marketing programs in Kenya.
Affiliate marketing pays publishers commissions, some paying upwards of 40% of the total sales made.
To succeed as an affiliate marketer, one has to own a blog or social media pages with significantly high following.
The good thing about affiliate marketing is that you can do the hustle as you continue with your daily full-time job.
- Part time lecturer/teaching
High school and primary school teachers can provide tuition part time. This can work perfectly when students are on holiday.
If you possess a Masters or PhD qualification, there are many universities offering part time lecturing opportunities. They pay Ksh 60,000 to Ksh150, 000 per month.
- Become a freelancer
Freelancing is also another task you can do as part time. Here you’ll be give several tasks such as writing sponsored articles, data entry and transcription.
Here are some of the best freelancing companies:
- We Work Remotely
- AngelList Talent
- Working Not Working
- Webflow Experts
- Authentic Jobs
Choose one of the companies listed above, sign up and get paid tasks.
- Run a YouTube channel
Create a YouTube channel and make money from it passively. Creating YouTube channel is free and you can do the videos during weekends or after work. Even if you are employed full time, being a YouTuber won’t affect your performance in your work environment.
In Kenya, 1000 views from YouTube earns Ksh 50 to Ksh200.The more videos you post on the channel, the more money you earn.
Blogging is a perfect way of making passive income in Kenya. The best thing about blogging is that it’s not a must for you to post on it daily. Look for a niche like Business and post at least one article per week. You will be earning money through affiliate marketing, AdSense and Sponsored content.
Start blogging as a part time job and later do it as a full time job.
- Become online taxi driver
Buy a taxi which you’ll drive after work. If your full time jobs is from 8 am to 5 pm, you can start the tax business at 6pm until 11pm.You can comfortably do the job as part time to boost your income.
- Social media jobs
Become an influencer where you’ll market products for companies and get paid. Being an influencer can be a side hustle. Companies will pay you to sponsor content on your pages.
You can also sell your own products on social media, like smartphones and clothes.
- Carpet, clothes, seats and house cleaning jobs
Create your own company which cleans carpets, houses, clothes and seats during weekends. This will supplement your income. Move from house to house doing the part time job and get paid.
- Data entry and transcription jobs
There are thousands of Kenyans doing data entry and transcription jobs in Kenya at the moment, majority of them doing as part time job. You can also join them and make extra cash.
- Offer football predictions
One of the most profitable things to do in Kenya is to offer football predictions. Create a blog to post free tips and sell premium predictions. You can make even Ksh 1 million per month.