30 Jobs You Can Do From Home

30 Jobs You Can Do From Home

I know finding the inspiration to create an extra stream of income can feel daunting. And if you are in need of the money, it can be hard to know where to look. If you’re anything like me, you likely head straight to Pinterest. However, once you do you are quickly faced with a million ideas, links and options and aren’t sure which ones are validated and worth pursuing. Today, I am taking the guesswork out of the equation for you. As a professional side hustler, a multi-income stream builder, and digital marketer- I know the real deal from a mile away. Here are 30 Jobs You Can Do From Home quickly and efficiently.

30 Jobs You Can Do From Home

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30 Jobs You Can Do From Home

Pursing options to create an income should absolutely be something that you are always keeping your eyes peeled for- but not at the expense of chasing the next shiny object with nothing to show for it. In a world inundated with options galore, it can be a challenge to find the ones that fit you and your lifestyle the best. Likewise, there are often TOO many great options out there too.

I found 30 Jobs You Can Do From Home that all have the option to bless your socks off. However, nothing replaces hard work, determination, and consistency. None of these options will be a get rich quick option. But, all of them will give you freedom, flexibility and the opportunity for income. Which is after all, why you’re probably here. Here is the list with brief descriptions for each item:

30 Jobs You Can Do From Home

30 Jobs You Can Do From Home

1. Blogging

Blogging isn’t going to earn you a full income from day one. But, there is a lot of potential if you know and understand the ins and outs of blogging. Not only can you blog on literally any topic, but you can do it all from your laptop in anywhere in the world. And if you do it long enough, there IS the potential to create a fantastic income from it!

2. Virtual Assistant

Becoming a virtual assistant is a great way to earn extra income and to help business owners nationally. I partnered with NAK & Company and started taking on social media clients. And, you aren’t limited to social media. You can help others with accounting, email organization, branding, websites, podcasting, writing, and MORE.

3. Direct Sales

I have been in direct sales for the last six years and have never looked back. The key here is to find the right company that fits you well. I was looking for amazing products, a fantastic team, and the best compensation plan. That’s why I partnered with Nu Skin. On all of my social media channels, I get to promote the products that fit with my brand and earn 20%-50% profits. It’s free to join and I am not required to recruit! However, I really do love recruiting. You can request to start your own Nu Skin business right alongside me, and I’ll teach you everything I know!

4. Affiliate Marketing

This one is also really fun and can be really lucrative. It takes some research to find companies you’d like to promote online. And there are SO many that are NOT direct sales that you can join for free. Usually it involves promoting their links online and you receive a percentage from each sale you make. It can take a while to really make money this way, but if you’re consistent and use the right tools (AKA Pinterest), it can be well worth it.

I have partnered with Pink Lily and Amazon. I chose both of those companies because I shop at both online stores all the time. Sharing about them was only natural.

5. Ghost Writing

I did some ghost writing for a short time and really enjoyed it. I was a ghostwriter for several blogs, and I found those gigs on UpWork. What’s required is the ability to take direction from the brand you’re writing for and to write content that will attract their target audience. This can be in the form of blogs, websites, newsletters, social media captions- the list goes on!

6. Etsy Shop

If you have a knack for making stuff then starting an Etsy shop might be a good place for you! There are so many tutorials on Pinterest that can help you determine if this is the right path for you.

7. Pinterest Manager

There are so many businesses out there that need and want to utilize the power of Pinterest. However, they don’t have the time. A Pinterest Manager is hired to do many different aspects of managing their Pinterest account. From creating pins, to pinning, to driving traffic- you get to decide what you want to specialize in. Maybe you want to handle all of it- the choice is yours. Regardless, pinning can be done from your computer at your leisure.

8. Facebook Ads Manager

A Facebook Ads Manager is something that is wildly behind the scenes. If you are looking for a way to set your own hours and your own rates, becoming a Facebook Ads Manager might be a good fit for you. So many businesses need to run ads to gain new leads, business and traffic. As A Facebook Ads Manager, your job will be to run those campaigns and to manage the insights. Also, you’ll be able to help navigate new ad campaigns for your clients and help them achieve their goals.

9. Social Media Manager

A Social Media Manager is similar to #7 and #8. As a social media manager, you’ll manage and maintain accounts for businesses on the platforms that they are on. You’ll be in charge of posting, engagement and managing that account to its full potential. I am a social media manager with NAK & Company and I love helping my clients. Mostly? I take social media off of their plates so they can then go and scale their businesses. A social media manager is NOT a sales department and is not in control of whether the business you’re supporting hits their numbers. You’re there to help another business thrive, and you get to do it anywhere you have wifi!

10. Photography Photo Editing

If you have a knack for design and photos, editing for photographers might be a great fit. With a little bit of training in Lightroom and Adobe, you could help photographers greatly with the task of editing. Editing happens solely on computer and is helpful so the photographer can continue booking photo shoots instead of computer work. If you can dial in a great skill of editing, you could have a very lucrative income at home. Photographers NEED this. Trust me, I used to be one!

30 Jobs You Can Do From Home

30 Jobs You Can Do From Home

11. Freelance Writing

Freelance writers have the freedom to create their own schedule and are able to work with companies or individuals, and even write for their own blogs.

How much freelance writers get paid will vary depending on the number of words per project, as well as the rate on the platform or as per negotiation with your clients. Upwork is a great place to find freelance writing jobs. So it The Hoth, TextBroker, and Scripted.

12. Data Entry Jobs

If you don’t have a quiet home, then a data entry job might be a great solution for you. Data entry is the process of entering and managing information into the computer, and it’s a great online job for typists. As a data entry specialist, you must be adept at operating a computer or data entry software, and you should be a fast typist as well. At the time of writing this blog, Xerox pays $19 per hour but you can also find great positions by doing a quick search on UpWork.

13. Online Transcription

If you type fast and don’t want to be on the phone, online transcription might be for you. With transcription, you will need to write out an audio file into text, and then check it for errors and accuracy. You don’t need any kind of degree typically and it’s something you can definitely learn how to do. I would start by looking at TranscribeMe to see if positions are available. A quick Pinterest search might also help point you in the right direction.

14. Proofreading

Is grammar your thing? It’s certainly not mine- I’m not a perfectionist at it by any stretch. That said, so many people are passionate about grammar. If that’s you, you could really help businesses out. Proofreaders are in-demand these days and there are LOTS of proofreading opportunities online. You can also specialize in legal proofreading and make an average of over $40,000 per year! All from home! Scribbr is a good place to start your search for proofreading gigs.

15. Bookkeeping

If you are good with numbers and have the inclination of entering and managing financial data, then working as a bookkeeper is might be a great fit for you. Bookkeeping does not require a special degree and if you have no experience in bookkeeping, don’t worry. You can learn the skills you need to launch a bookkeeping business from home.

16. Online Teaching

If you have a teaching background or a passion to teach children, why not teach online? Many positions are teaching English as a second language to kids, but there are all kinds of needs these days. To check, start with Gogo Kid and VIPKid to see what positions are available and what requirements you’d need.

17. Uber Eats

This one isn’t completely online, but you can set your own hours. If you want to work from your vehicle by delivering food to people, this could be a great option. You need your own vehicle, a legal drivers license and to qualify as a food delivery driver.

18. Flea Market Flipper

Ever hear the term ‘someone else’s trash is your treasure”? Well, same concept here. Flipping is finding used items in places like thrift stores and yard sales, and selling them for a profit. Sometimes you might find things that are in a good shape to resell, and sometimes they might need a little bit of work. Regardless, you can do most of this from home or at least with your family in tow.

19. Start An Ecommerce Business

I have been following the Pink Lily CEO and Founder, Tori Gerbig for quite a while. I love Pink Lily and I am an active affiliate for them and their brand. She recently launched a course about how to start your own ECommerce Business. She shares everything about how they started and grew a huge brand. If you’re interested in started an ECommerce business, even a small one, I would highly recommend checking out her class and tips. You can check it out HERE.

30 Jobs You Can Do From Home

30 Jobs You Can Do From Home

20. Tutoring

Online tutoring is a great way to make an income from your home. There are so many topics that people need or want tutoring in these days. You could even specialize in helping elementary school kids to get caught back up since 2020 as an option! It could be a real blessing to families and you can do it all from the comfort of your own home. Book Nook is a great company that hires online tutors to teach kids K-8. There are some requirements, so make sure to check out their website and contact them before you dive in head first.

21. In Home Daycare

Opening up your home to take care of kids is an option that many people do. I would highly recommend checking the laws in your state about taking care of children in your home. There might be certifications that you need but in some states, there might not be. At any rate, helping another working mom while you watch her child could be a blessing for you both.

22. Amazon FBA Seller

As an Amazon FBA seller, you can source and send your items to fulfillment centers. Once those items sell online, Amazon takes care of shipping and customer service. This is the best model to start if you are a beginner in selling online.

You don’t need to have any special skills to start this business, but having a good eye for finding things to sell is required. This could make a great side gig, for sure.

23. Transcription

If you have typing skills and nothing else, starting out in transcription might be a great option for you! There are many transcription companies who will hire you with just your typing skills which is what you need to have at least in order to do this. You can always learn and grow into this position, but a good place to start for newbies is TranscribeMe! and Tigerfish.

24. Customer Service

Out of all the at home jobs, customer service jobs provide the most flexibility. So they are in high demand. They will usually, however, require you to be on the phone. Amazon and Apple are a couple of options to check out to might have customer service positions open. If they do, make sure to snag them!

25. Website Tester

You don’t necessarily need any special expertise to make extra money as a website tester. It will be important to have a basic idea about navigating around websites and testing their functionality.

The equipment you will need for this role is a webcam and a microphone. You will have to speak out your thoughts about the test once it’s done. This could be a good beginner-level job if you have no prior experience.

26. Creating Canva Templates

This one takes a little bit of a learning curve and an element of design. Thankfully, Canva makes designing elements easy and intuitive. There are so many businesses out there that don’t have any time to create all the templates that they need to operate online. But, with a little bit of practice, you could design templates that you could offer to these companies. Check out this Pinterest board that has lots of different tutorials for you to check out.

27. Online Researcher

You can also become an online researcher if you want to start with something online that doesn’t require much interaction. This role does not require any expertise, but you’ll need a good and sharp eye to search for data online as well as a lot of patience. This is one of the no experience jobs that anyone can do. 

Different companies have different role descriptions, but the primary responsibilities are to search, collect data online and answer user questions. 

28. Translator

If you are fluent in more than one language and want to work from home, it might be a good idea to start searching for online translator jobs. Remote translators work in many industries like call centers, tutoring, interpretation, and many more. A degree in translation is helpful but not mandatory to get an online translation job.

29. Captioner

Captioning is the process of transcribing any kind of audio or video into text which is displayed on the screen. It is used for live TV, presentations, advertisements, movies, news, and more. While this job doesn’t require any specific qualifications, having a certification like CRC might be helpful. You should also have good typing skills with excellent command of English.

30. Search Engine Evaluator

A a search engine evaluator, you will have the opportunity to evaluate search results following a company’s certain guidelines. This is tan extremely flexible job out there. It might sound very technical, but it’s not. After applying, you will need to pass an exam for most of the search engine evaluator companies. A couple of these companies are Lionbridge and Magnit.

In conclusion, there are SO many options our there that will give you the freedom you desire to work from home. This is only 30 Jobs You Can Do From Home! It might take a bit of research, patience, and trying something with consistency. Building some solid skills in the areas you’d like to work in are highly valuable. But, you have to be willing to put in the time and put forth the effort to make it happen.

No matter what, working from home is the BEST. You can do anything you set your mind to. I hope if anything, that this blog post gives you the courage to step into something new. Building extra income these days is absolutely essential- you can do it!

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30 Jobs You Can Do From Home
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