You just graduatedandaccepted your first job (congrats!). That probably means you'llbe movinginto a real, adult apartment. You'llhave rentto cover, billsto pay, and furniture to buy. Oh, you'll also need a new work wardrobeand you'll probably want to grab the occasional drink or mealat your new neighborhood hot spots.All of those things cost moneya lot of it. And chances are, that job you just accepted doesn't pay as much as you'd like.Luckily, there are some easy ways to make extra cash when you're in your 20s and trying to make ends meet.FlexJobs, an online service specializing in telecommuting and remote work, recently put together a list ofhigh-paying jobs you can do on the side.To qualify for the list, each job had to be considered "flexible" (and not full time), and had to pay at least double the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour, according to the job posting on FlexJobs.Brie Reynolds, the director of online content for FlexJobs, says "side jobs" are defined as anything part time, including freelance, temporary, short- or long-term, work-from-home, or in-person flexible gigs.We selected the 13 jobs a twenty-something could do on the side, in theirspare time.SEE ALSO:The 13 most meaningful jobs in AmericaTemporary transcript processorPay: $15anhourDescription: Data-entry jobs like transcript processing are a great side job for people who love to work independently, have solid attention to detail, and enjoy the unique challenges of data entry.Data-entry specialists are needed to input data from a variety of sourcesinto the correct corresponding fields quickly and accurately, and working well under pressure is a must.Copy editor/writerPay: Up to$17anhourDescription: Copy editors and writers can be responsible for the writing, execution, and proofreading of materials across digital and print platforms.Depending on the employer, they may write and edit for marketing materials, editorial content, social media, orother types of material.Freelance photographerPay: Up to $20 an hourDescription: Make no mistakephotography side jobs require someone who is highly skilled in photography and related software for editing and retouching photos. Photography experience is almost always required, and graphic design and Photoshop experience is a plus.See the rest of the story at Business Insider Click here to read full news..