If you’re like a lot of travel nurses, you’ve probably got some hustle. Travelers routinely leave their homes, their loved ones and everything familiar to throw themselves into a new town, new job and new facility every three months and often do it completely alone. This extra grit and determination lean perfectly into side hustles for nurses. Need an idea for a way to make some extra cash? We’ve got you.

Pet Sitting or Dog Walking

If you love animals, pet sitting, or dog walking can be a great side gig. You can do it around your nursing schedule and take as many or as few assignments as you’d like—kind of like traveling. Sites like Rover, Wag or care.com all have opportunities for pet sitting and dog walking and as a bonus, walking a few pups a week can be an easy way to stay active on your days off. It’s even possible to set your own rates and be picky with clients, so if you only want to cat sit or walk smaller dogs, you have complete freedom to create your side gig to perfectly fit your needs.

Earn $750 Per Referral with the Triage Referral Program

We’re totally biased, but we think the Triage Referral Program is an ideal side hustle. We just gave it a major overhaul a few months ago so it’s better than ever. Anyone can send a referral our way and sign up for our unique tracking dashboard. Once you sign up for the dashboard and send us your friends’ contact info, you’ll be able to watch their progression in real time. Have a friend who wants to travel but is ghosting your recruiter’s calls? You’ll be able to give them a nudge and tell them to answer that dang phone.

You don’t need to be a Triage traveler or even a healthcare provider at all. You just need to know some folks who are interested and qualified to work as a healthcare traveler. Once your referral finishes their assignment with Triage, you’ll get paid. If you’re on a Triage assignment, your bonus will be paid as one of your paychecks. If you’re not a Triage traveler, you’ll get a payment once they finish an assignment (alongside a 1099 at the beginning of the next tax year). It’s the easiest $750 you can make and there’s no limit to the number of people you can refer.

Monetize Your Social Media Following

Do you have a robust social media following or just some friends who like to see what you’re up to? Turn that into cash with affiliate marketing. Sign up to become an affiliate on sites like Amazon and Walmart and share your favorite products on your Instagram stories. When someone swipes up and clicks over to the product you shared, you get a small percentage of the sales price. What’s even better is that you often receive a percentage of any sales that come from that person during a certain period of time—even if they’re not buying the product you linked to.

Remember that Triage referral program? If your followers are mostly healthcare professionals, ask them to sign up for the program with your personalized dashboard URL. When they sign up and complete an assignment, you’ll get an easy $750.

Teach or Tutor Online

If you want something you can do from home and bring along during your assignments, teaching or tutoring online might be the way to go. You can specialize in a subject or two and help kids with homework, tutor for standardized tests like ACT or SAT or even teach overseas children how to speak English.

Companies like VIPKID, Magic Ears and DaDa all work with kids learning English as a second language, while Chegg, Wyzant, eTutorWorld and Skooli all focus on specific subjects. Many tutors make anywhere from $10-$40 an hour, but make sure you check the company’s guidelines before you sign up. You will need patience to be a tutor or online teacher, but you’re a nurse, so you’ve got that covered.

These are just a couple of the best side hustle for nurses, but if you’re looking for something to make a little extra dough, they’re some of the easiest ones. Want to get started with the Triage Referral program? Sign up today and you’ll get $750 once your friend completes an assignment.