I was surfing Reddit when I came across an interesting topic, doing homework for other people. At first, I thought that doing homework for others was immoral. Then I thought it would be a great blog post that would probably help someone out there make their ends meet. If you have no qualms about the idea feel free to check out the links listed below.
I have done a bit of research on each of the websites listed in this post. I’ve done what I can to check the validity of the sites below. Even though these sites have passed my tests I still suggest you do your own research to ensure these are sites you want to associate with.
7 Sites That Pay You to Do Homework for Other People
Fiverr is a great place to set up shop as a professional homework doer. All you have to do is create a gig to get started.
Get paid to answer homework questions and share documents.
oDesk – I have been seeing a lot of articles around the web about freelancers helping students “cheat” on their homework using oDesk. This website isn’t exclusively for people looking for “homework help” but there are apparently a lot of people that use oDesk for that purpose.
Elance can also be used to provide homework help since it is similar to oDesk.
This is a bit difficult and less trustworthy than some of the sites in this post. Basically you set up your own business. If you go this route I suggest you get paid upfront and set up a free website with a Paypal payment option. You can set up a free website with Weebly or Wix. This is probably a better option for a college student or a high school student or recent graduate because you will probably have the same books.
It seems this website only hires teachers.
Flashnotes presents itself as more of a place to sell your notes and tutoring services than a place to do homework for other people.
- Do your own research.
- Look for sites that hire people to provide “homework help.”
- Consider the consequences of being a “homework helper.” If you are a college or high school student you could get caught and expelled.