10 Remote Jobs You Can Do From Home



My heart goes out to you if you are experiencing job loss during this time. One of my podcasting communities shared a slew of resources for online jobs that I had to pass on to our Breezy Tribe. Please visit my other pages to learn about food, shelter, and educational resources. You can also learn about how to handle missed rent or mortgage payments. Thank you, Podcast Movement, for these amazing job resources!


Without further ado, here's a list of remote jobs you can do during social distancing:



1. Work for Amazon 

It's not shocking at all that Amazon would have virtual jobs. Sign up to be a service provider via Amazon Mechanical Turk!



2. Tutoring

If you have some SAT knowledge or you know a language very well, you can provide private classes at home just by using video chat for Chegg tutors. You can set your schedule and become a part-time tutor online. Chegg Tutors is a reputable site for finding students and starts by paying $20 an hour. Here are a few other companies that offer similar options.


  • VIPKid - Earn up to $22/hr teaching English to kids.

  • Skooli - Math tutoring




3. Freelancing

You can do everything from writing, graphic design, marketing, web programming, and more online. Businesses will post a project, you reply to that project with your experience by posting your best bid amount for that particular job.  Here are a few other companies that offer similar options. 




4. Test Websites 

You can get paid up to $60 an hour to share about the good, the bad, and the ugly for various websites. It can be as simple as opening a website, browsing, clicking around, sharing your thoughts, and then getting paid via PayPal. Below are more companies that offer patent for site testing.



5. Transcribe Audio Files

Transcribing recorded or live audio files is another great way to supplement income. These companies offer their services to a variety of industries. Try GoTranscript to get started.




6. Become a Virtual Assistant

So many executives and busy entrepreneurs are seeking virtual assistants to support their day to day business. Fancy hands provides an outlet for virtual assistants, and so does ModSquad.



7. Take Online Surveys

Get paid to share your opinion on Swagbucks!



8. Sell Your Voice 

Wouldn't it be great to talk and get paid for your voice? Fiverr, Voices.com, and ACX (narrate audiobooks) are also great sites to try.



9. Sell Your Crafts

Come on! I love me some Etsy. You'de be surprised what you can get paid for on there.

Selling on Etsy is a great way to monetize your hobby. The transaction fee is around 3.5%, which is cheaper than eBay or Amazon.



10. Look for Remote Jobs

Search for online boards that focus specifically on work from home jobs. The roles are broken down by roles in which country you need to be in, but most jobs can be performed anywhere in the world. Here are a few other companies that offer similar options. 


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Note: I have not participated in or had personal experience with every site mentioned. I make absolutely nothing if you visit the links above. I highly recommend you conduct your own research before making a decision to pursue these opportunities.

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