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Business Ideas For Students

By – Pleasure Chizoba

It takes money to have fun in school, and it’s no secret that tuition and other costs go up every year. To help ease the burden, a number of university students are opting to launch their own start-ups while still in school.

Here are five(5) super start-up ideas for students that cost little -to-no money that you can build.

  1. Residential cleaning services

Most students aren’t exactly known for their cleanliness. With cleaning, it’s a trust thing. When you trust someone, they’ll refer you. Cleaning homes grants you the flexibility to balance a heavy academic schedule while maintaining your job based on your own availability.

Start by offering your services to friends, family and expand to the larger community once you’ve built a reputation. With many of the large cleaning companies charging exorbitant fee for their services, students can be able to have an edge over them by offering lower prices.

One benefit of a cleaning business is that it requires little to no start-up costs. Just store a few cleaning materials in your room or ask customers to supply their own products in exchange for a lower price point.

  1. Moving services

People will always move in and out of a location. So if you’re capable of lifting a few pounds, you can also consider expanding your services to help students move in and out of campus apartments and dormitories. If you’ve got a large network already, spreading your services verbally or through social media, on-line ads, flyers and and a website can jump start your entrepreneurship for little-to-no start-up money.

  1. Child care

Good with kids? A position as a babysitter or nanny is a perfect opportunity for a ¬†student. Whether it’s taking care of kids on late night or picking them up from school, there’s a constant demand for babysitters. Babysitting involves an incredible amount of responsibility, so it’s important to have confidence in your skills as a caregiver and fully understand your job description.

  1. Tutoring

As a school student, you may want to consider tutoring other students in your area(s) of expertise. By starting a private tutoring business, you can offer sessions in the evenings and late at night. Of course, once your tutoring business takes off, you can target a wider market. You can consider posting flyers in libraries and shops. You can also advertise your services on-line and through social media or you can simply solicit referrals from people around campus. Tutoring businesses have little to no overhead, therefore, almost all your income will be profit.

  1. Resume writing service

Whether applying for an internship or preparing for life after school, majority of students need a well -written resume. Internships and jobs are really competitive right now and the way a resume looks and reads can make or break a student’s chances for a position.

First and foremost, it’s important that your resume be impeccable so you can guarantee your services to other students. If you’re an excellent writer with a sharp eye on how to organize information clearly, resume writing is an easy opportunity for you to help others and make money on your own.

On a final note, problems will always surround us, it’s your ability to see the solution and not the problem that makes you exceptional. Start solving problems. Look within and see a need. Just get busy meeting people’s needs and you’ll be rewarded accordingly.

 

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