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Side Jobs In Ontario Where You Can Earn Some Extra Cash

The GTA may be a great place to live but it also happens to be greatly expensive.

So If you're looking to pocket some extra cash these six side hustles may help you have some money left over after you pay your rent.

So get your resume ready if these part-time gigs look like the job for you!

Farmers Market & Christmas Market Staff

Salary: $16 to $22 per hour

Company: Aunt Beth Bakes

Why You Should Apply: This part-time gig just requires you to have one year of customer service and you can be helping run Aunt Beth's Gourmet Baked Goods stand at the Christmas and farmers' market.

Apply here

Fitness Studio DJ

Salary: $50 per hour

Company: F45 Training Dixie

Why You Should Apply: If you have Saturday mornings free, some DJ experience and your own equipment, you could be blasting tunes for money.

Apply here

Scare Actor/Actress

Salary: $45 to $65 per day

Company: Haunted Hollows Scream Park

Why You Should Apply: If you love horror, scaring people and a little side cash, being a scare or jump actor might be up your alley.

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Dog walker & sitter

Salary: $14 to $30 per hour

Company: Barks N Purrs

Why You Should Apply: If you love dogs, have a flexible schedule and are looking to get out and about for some exercise, this could be a great side gig for you.

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General Labourer 

Salary: $19 to $22 per hour

Company: 1-800-GOT-JUNK

Why You Should Apply: If you have a driver's licence and can lift about 50 pounds, this job could get you some extra cash. If you stay for three months and get a positive performance evaluation, your pay bracket goes up to $25 to $33 per hour.

Apply here

Clean Streets Ambassador

Salary: $20 per hour

Company: Yonge + St. Clair BIA

Why You Should Apply: If you're the type of person who hates graffiti, litter and trash on the streets of Toronto, you could help clean it up in the Yonge and St. Clair area.

Apply here

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