2) LEARN CODE. LIKE NOW. Freelance programming is allowing programmers to make a full living from the comfort of their bedroom. Visit code.org or codeacademy.com to learn some languages and practice these to perfect them. Then visit sites like freelancer.com and do jobs for clients, with payouts fluctuating greatly. A bit more complicated but you learn skills that can help in future employment.
These aren’t the only ways teens can make money online. If you explore other options, proceed with caution. Read user reviews before signing up for any website to avoid getting caught up in scams. At best, those are a waste of time. At worst, they can cost you money and put you at risk for identity theft. If you aren’t sure a site is legitimate, stick to the basic rule of thumb: If it sounds too good to be true — like the employer that doesn’t ask to see a resume but offers to hire you on the spot — it probably is.