Hi 18-year-old anon, It's really good to know you're thinking for your parents and wanting to support yourself! Very few people of your age will think of supporting themselves and much less their own parents. I had the same mindset when I was your age, here are a few things you can do: 1/ Giving Tuition: $15+/hr For starters and if your academics are okay, tuition is probably the best return of your time. Even if you aren't good in school, you should be able to teach lower secondary or primary school. Primary school tuition range about $15-$25/hr, and lower secondary should be $20-$30/hr. 2/ Buy groceries for honestbee: $10+/hr There will definitely be a fairprice near where you stay, so you're able to take on the shopper bee role for honestbee and pick up groceries for their customers. This job requires you to have a smartphone and you will always be walking around throughout the day. And, from what I know, you really have to sweat it to earn the dollars, but the job gets easier the more you do because you know where the items are. You will need to attend the free training courses before starting the job. I've never done the remaining jobs before, and the inspirations are from TheSmartLocal's article: 3/ Completing Onliny Surveys Just my opinio: the surveys usually get snatched up very fast, and need to complete many of them to earn anything substantial. 4/ Petsitting Wow, this sounds damn fun and is something I might want to do myself too! There's the app to register yourself as a pet-walker or pet-sitter. Or you can list your dog-walking service on Carousell too. 5/ Do errands for other people Once I've queued for bakkwa for 6 hours, no joke. If you have some free time and energy, can consider using some of the apps mentioned to run errands for other people. 6/ Grab driver If you have the money to go learn a driving license, can rent cars to drive Grab part-time. You will need approximately 4 hours a day to cover your rental cost + petrol.