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5 Types Of Side Hustles To Consider In Cameroon


Do you have a job but still need to do business outside your Job to earn money? Then this article will be of help. If you have never thought of why you should consider starting a  side hustle, read our article on why you should consider starting a  side hustle

There are quite a number of  side hustles to consider in Cameroon. These side hustle ideas can be a great  stream. Interestingly, most of these side hustles require little or no capital investment to get started.

1. House Cleaning

Some people hate cleaning the house, or simply find it hard to keep up with cleaning when busy. If you don’t mind cleaning and are good at it, you can make some money on the side by cleaning your neighbors’ houses. Self advertising is a good place to start finding clients. Tell your contacts that you clean. You can do this on weekends.

2. Blogging

This is one popular side hustle in Cameroon presently. Blogging is enriching many pockets nowadays. This is one side hustle that you can engage in from the comfort of your home. People now write for a living, and it’s a beautiful thing. Although, everyone is yet to figure out the rules and regulations of this sector, the Cameroonian blogger-sphere is increasing each day and it’s truly making some richer than they ever thought they would be.

3. Food Sales

A lot of people are out hustling and don’t have time to make the homemade food that they would like. If you have got great cooking skills, then this is one of the side hustles in Cameroon you should consider.

While there are a lot of people doing this business right now, there is still a lot of room for new entrants in the market. Just make sure your food tastes great and your brand stands out.

4. Sell Healthy Juice

Everyone is trying to eat safe and healthy. You can start making healthy cold fruit juice and sell them in your locality. You can learn to make fruit juice on YouTube if you have little or no idea.

5. Hair Making

There are certain activities that can be done at the home of clients. Such activities need little or no capital. Hair making is one of such activity. It’s more about passion and practice. At times you may need to go for a short training to work on your skill.

You can offer to help female students in secondary schools with their hair and get some money.

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    August 8, 2022 1:35 pm

    I am hairdresser located in Yaoundé

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