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I’m 15 and I love programming and electronics and I need a way to earn some money in some way even if a small amount, so if anyone knows or advises some kind of way to use my skills to earn money I’d like to know. Thank you.

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  • 2
    Try looking for competitions around your area.
    You can also try to create projects for the public and submit them to the local city administration, they might buy it from you.
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    Make websites for little money. Thats how I started :)
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    Try looking for small temp jobs, you might be lucky and find it in your town. They usualy are about phisical work but they can have a decent income.
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    @PrivateGER
    Competitions are too unrealiable.
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    Create websites for small companies in your area or maybe one owned by a family member. They'll often have no website, or a really outdated one.

    Next time you see a sign with a company, look up their website. if it doesn't exist or it's shit, give them a call. (:
    To them you're cheap af because you're young, and probably want to take your time a little.
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    Personally I just asked Family/Friends/Neighbors if they have some work to do. After I turned 16 I've got a temporary job. Just call or ask companys near you if they could need help on some tasks that you are allowed to do.
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    help non-tech-savvy people around you build a pc, installing software & OS, fix printers, give them advice on what to buy best and set everything up. pin post-its with your number and what you do on the walls in local stores to reach them, have your family ask around etc.
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    Small local businesses. Contact them, tell them you are offering your services cheap as a means to build a portfolio. Ask them if they would like a website produced for a small one time fee. It worked for me, I made a website for a valet service, property maintenance company and a painters. Just look up a few local businesses a day and shoot out some emails or give them a call.
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    @Gregozor2121 Winning competitions looks amazing on your CV, which you really want to build around 15.
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    @PrivateGER
    What are the chances of winning the competition? You are right, they are great but not for sustained income
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    @Gregozor2121 For income, you of course have to create stuff. That was the other point in my comment.
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