think about what you love to do or what you're good at (but if it is one thing that's perfect) and think of who would give you money for doing that. there's no "easy way". you won't do something that doesn't satisfy you for a long time
Youtube, Amazon Affiliate, Biding and reselling, walking the dogs that local neighborhood, cut the glass in local neighborhood, and Selling Stuff you dont want anymore and make sure of you dont cause you may want it later but Youtube and amazon are both free to start be lazy within reason youtube you can start a gaming channel and amazon you can find ppl that ask question on buying something so you recommend them something might like or make a website blog about amazon products everyday one post a day and have website on google and few other search engines to have ppl come to it quick and this requires time but you will earn money from amazon or youtube if your willing use your time in make blogs or videos on youtube or a website but that end it will get alot of money of its look up how to start an amazon affiliate business without website on youtube or how earning from youtube if you have Good Gaming its will edit video or do twitch streaming which most ppl on youtube or twitch just not there on doing it for free its for the money and make views and subs you get a month can make good amount money its put time into it i am currently making $2000 to $3000 a month with amazon a month i hope you find something in what i say and you have fun do it have part of having jobs or online job is basically what you enjoy in life cause its too life short to worry about stuff and real reason for working to people busy and keep people from killing, other ppl starting a war, doing drugs, and to stay off the streets so all for a lot of way to find a job that you enjoy and if you want a family to support it when they need it
Think about what you like to do, and find a job that incorporates what you enjoy. Because if you do what you enjoy, then it doesn't feel like a job (except that you're getting paid for it). For example, I enjoy staying on top of technological progress, and my job is to repair medical equipment that utilizes today's technology to advance medical care. I've been doing it for over 25 years and I still love it.
Live frugal, and don't get yourself trapped in debt. For example, you can do a lot more fun stuff when you're driving a used Focus that's paid in full, than what you can do when you're driving a new Yukon that you still owe the bank 30,000 dollars. Use one credit card, and build good credit by making small purchases and then keeping it paid. Not having any debt, or having very little debt is almost like a paycheck in itself.
Don't go to college if your career path doesn't require it. Nothing's worse than still owing 70,000 dollars in student loan debt 10 years after graduation, yet you're working at a job that has nothing to do with your education. So, unless you're going to college to become a doctor, or you have a full-ride scholarship, skip the university and the debt that comes with it. I only needed a CompTIA A+ certification for my job, and I studied for that one on my own for free, and then went to a testing facility and got the certification for less than the cost of one month of groceries.
Well, that's my two cents. Do what you like, live frugal, and stay out of college unless you absolutely need it.