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You know you want to make some extra money, but what’s the best way to go about it? If you’re not sure where to start, consider your personality type. After all, not everyone is cut out for the same side hustle. Here are a few ideas to get you started, based on your Myers-Briggs personality type.

Choosing the Right Side Hustle

We all know that bringing in a little extra cash can be helpful (or even necessary). But with so many options out there, it can be tough to decide which side hustle is right for you. That’s where your Myers-Briggs personality type comes in. Not everyone is cut out for the same side hustle, so understanding your strengths (and weaknesses) can help you choose the right path.

Here are a few ideas to get you started.

The Introvert: Virtual Assistant

If you’re an introvert, chances are good that you don’t love the idea of networking or going out and drumming up new business. And that’s OK! You can still make good money without ever having to leave your house. Consider becoming a virtual assistant (VA). VAs provide administrative support to businesses and entrepreneurs from the comfort of their own homes. And since more and more businesses are going virtual, there’s a growing demand for VAs with a wide range of skills. So whether you’re a whiz with bookkeeping or excel at customer service, there’s a good chance you can find work as a VA.

The Extrovert: Ride-Sharing

If you love people and hate sitting still, ride-sharing might be the perfect side hustle for you. With companies like Uber and Lyft, it’s easy to get started—all you need is a clean driving record and a reliable car. And since ride-sharing is flexible, it’s perfect if you already have a full-time job but are looking for a way to bring in some extra cash on the weekends or after work. Plus, what could be better than getting paid to drive around your city?

The Sensing Type: Investing

If you’re detail-oriented and like working with concrete facts and information, investing might be right up your alley. Being able to be strategic and plan, along with using your analytic skills and turning to your senses could mean that trading, with something like Conexiom, works for you. Being able to use your mind in such a way could help you to generate more income from a range of different investment ideas.

The Intuition Type: Freelance Writing

If you love ideas and being creative, then freelance writing could be perfect for you. There are many different types of writing gigs available—from blogging to copywriting to ghostwriting—so if you enjoy putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard), this could be a great way to earn some extra cash. The best part? You can usually do this work from home, which means no office or commute required.

Starting Your Side Hustle Today

No matter what your personality type, there’s sure to be a side hustle out there that suits you. So if you’re looking for a way to bring in some extra cash, consider your strengths (and weaknesses) and give one of these ideas a try. Who knows—you might just find your new favorite gig!