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side hustle (plural side hustles)

  1. (informal, slang) A secondary job that brings in extra cash.
    • 2015 December 14, Carl Richards, “Your Most Valuable Asset Is Yourself”, in The New York Times[1], →ISSN:
      But think of this side hustle as an opportunity to do something you love to do.
    • 2017 March 31, Rob Walker, “Headphones Won’t Solve the Problem of a Chatty Colleague”, in The New York Times[2], →ISSN:
      “I love the side hustle. It allows you to do something that your job does not allow you to do.”
    • 2017 August 11, “Survey: 44 million Americans have a “side hustle””, in WSPA 7NEWS[3]:
      The majority of Americans with a side hustle are young millennials, []
    • 2023 February 23, Michael Levenson, quoting Neil Clarke, “Science Fiction Magazines Battle a Flood of Chatbot-Generated Stories”, in The New York Times[4], →ISSN:
      He wrote on Twitter that the submissions were largely “driven by ‘side hustle’ experts making claims of easy money with ChatGPT.”

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