21. Party Planner
Party planners come up with, organize, and execute special affairs such as birthday parties, anniversaries, corporate receptions, weddings, and bar and bat mitzvahs. They creates and design an event to suit their customers’ needs and budgets.
If you have a flair for planning parties, this is a side job you can easily get started doing. Pitch and Offer your services to everyone you know and you’ll soon have a list of clients who can attest to your abilities. All you need to do is to start small with events like kids birthday parties and expand as you build your experience.
The good news is that there is no license requirement to become an party planner, though it’s in your best interest to obtain a Certified Special Events Professional.
Also, to launch a full-fledged party planning business, all you’ll need is to get strategic. Becoming a professional party planner is about a lot more than good taste and impeccable conversational skills.
Now, according to the Event Manager Blog (2019), an event planner working in New York City makes and average of $75,659.