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How to increase side income during covid-19

How to increase side income during covid-19
Posted By: on August 06, 2020

The corona virus pandemic has shaken the world to its core. It has crippled the economy, which has resulted in mass unemployment, the likes of which haven't been seen since the great depression.


The uncertainty caused by the global pandemic was unprecedented; for the longest time, governments and businesses struggled to grasp the situation. As a result, they could not formulate a coherent strategy to counter it.


Even now, there is a lot of confusion, and companies are struggling to adapt to the new normal. Here is what you can do in this situation.


1. Learning Attitude


Having an attitude of a learner can take you a long way. As the world evolves, we need to develop a learner's attitude and learn things as quickly as we can. Being open to change and learning can help you cope up with the fast-paced changes in the operations.




Focus on skills that are essential to your job; always upgrade your skills through online courses or any other avenues available to you. For example, You can check some of the best online earning websites in Pakistan and start making profiles for bidding. This can turn into projects and permanent clients.


2. The Power of Networking


If you have connections, there is a high chance that you will get more leads regarding job openings. Moreover, if you are networking with the higher-ups in your organization, likely, they won't fire you because you have maintained a good relationship with them.


Regardless of COVID-19, having connections can help you find opportunities to grow and expand your skillset. In times of corona, you can network via online webinars, courses, and open discussions.


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