Finding supplemental income can be really difficult, unless of course your part-time job is "treasure hunter" and you have one of those secret maps. Earn some extra scratch without having to actually, physically locate it, with Gigwalk.
Launching in the Twin Cities today, Gig's the brainchild of some former Yahoos, and enables both corporations and individuals (though these days, what's the difference, right?!) to assign uber-simple local tasks that anyone in their system can pick up and complete for dough. Just:
Practice: Assuming you pass their rigorous screening process (which essentially consists of answering tough questions like "do you own an iPhone or Android?", and "Have you downloaded this app?"), they'll assign you a couple "practice gigs" to get you comfortable with the system.
Gigwalk It Out: Once you're cleared, it's up to you to find the odd jobs you like by searching through a map populated with hundreds of gigs ranging from taking photos of local bizs, to observing & reporting gas prices, to field sales/ marketing, to recording audio levels of street construction, so you could probably jackhammer that one out in no time.
Collect: Submit your finished job, and, once the client approves, you'll get PayPal'd out (rates range from $3-$100); plus, your successful job completion will be added to your Gigwalk "Streetcred" profile, which is basically exactly like a resume, except that your proficiency with Excel matters even less.
Get ready, 'cause the first round of TC gigs'll run for three weeks, and involve completing "field research tasks for a leading Fortune 500 brand", though if you want any more info, like a part-time treasure hunter, you'll have to do your own digging.