I stumbled upon this side hustlin’ opportunity on The Penny Hoarder. If you haven’t subscribed to them yet, I recommend that you do. I’m a subscriber and I read their newsletters religiously. Now, everything in it may not apply to me… and that’s okay. I still read it, tho’.
And when I found this treasure of an opportunity, I had to re-share (since they had already shared it). Become on online Mock Juror. Doesn’t that sound like fun? Well, it sounded like fun to me. There are a couple of sites you can visit and sign up to become a mock juror. The I signed up at JuryTest.net. You fill out a form with the usual basic info, then a demographic questionnaire and then receive a confirmation email from them letting you know you’ve been added their system as a mock juror. Their email states you will be notified as soon there in a case in your area/opportunity. I will say that living in Los Angeles I don’t expect to wait too long. I know our names means “The Angels”, but I also don’t kid myself.
The site is upfront with the expected amount time case may take to review and the pay out per case. An average case for review as a mock juror lasts between an hour and two hours. And the payout is between $20-$50. I don’t know about you, but even on the low end, the payout is still more than what I make per hour at my regular full time job. But don’t let me dwell on that.
For my side hustlers, try it out with me. Worst case scenario, we don’t get a case. We also don’t lose any money or any investments.
Typically, I would be spending the rest of my day inside, lightly cleaning, some meal prepping for the week, but I have to meet a client in an hour in Beverly Hills at a Coffee Bean and Teal Leaf. And I’m likely to be there for a few hours, so to the rest you, enjoy your Sunday and getting ready for the week ahead!