As a full-time freshman in college, I am currently working at a bakery about 10 minutes from my home. I attend a commuter campus, and it takes me 40 minutes to get there from my house. I've been working at this bakery for a year. In high school I was able to work 4-5 evenings a week for a total of 15-20 hours. But now since college started and my classes are spread throughout the day, I have only been working 2 days a week because that's as much as I can do. I've discovered that I've spent $1,000 from my savings account in the last 2 months. I am spending at least $100 a week on gas (about $60 a week) and food (the other $40). My paychecks from work are not even close to matching that. They are usually only about $50 or $60 a week. I've decided I can't do this anymore. Working 2 days a week and getting these kinds of paychecks isn't going to cut it. And I wouldn't be able to work any other job for more hours because I am a pretty busy student and concerned with my studies. I've read a lot about online jobs for college students. Are they legit? I have come here for some guidance on how to get a job online where I can make at least $100 a week. I don't care what it is. It'd be nice if I could find a science writing job (since my major is Astrophysics), but I'll do anything really. Are there any online jobs for college students where I can make $100 a week?