This really depends. I'm a freelancer, so my pay varies. I've also been busy with school and other side projects, so I simply don't have the time or resources to work long hours. I would recommend the site Fiverr if you're looking for online employment. It gives you the ability to sign up and create "gigs", where people can hire you to do certain jobs depending on your niche. For example, I'm a freelance writer - therefore, my niche is going to be in writing. I have several gigs surrounding proofreading, editing, and ghostwriting for others online. There's also a nifty little tab called "Buyers Requests" on Fiverr, where buyers post what they need to be done. You can just drop a message in their inbox pitching your services, and if you're polite and use correct grammar, there's a decent chance they'll hire you.
If freelancing doesn't work for you, you can also flip things on eBay or other online selling platforms. This means that you buy things at low prices, and sell them at high prices. For example, if you find a $20 necklace at a flea market worth $200, you can buy it and sell it somewhere else for $150. You make a large profit, and the buyer gets a nice discount on the product. Win win! Hope this helps!