Use Your Free Time to Earn with These Remote Jobs

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Whether you’re looking for a way to make some extra cash without sacrificing much of your time, looking to make use of your skills, or want to learn new ones, it goes without a doubt that the best way to go about it is to open yourself to working with remote clients.

Another thing about working for other clients remotely is that you have the freedom to do the work required without the pressure of being watched like inside an office. You also get to wear whatever you want while doing it.

With various platforms open for freelancers or tutors that want to teach H2 economics, and prefer to work from the comfort of their homes, you don’t have to go out into the world and look for a way to earn some extra. As a bonus, you have a bigger reach. You get to work with clients from all over the world who can teach you a thing or two about your field.

To give you an idea, here are some side hustles you can do without leaving your house:

1. Transcription

Are you a good listener who also happens to be equipped with typing skills? Then you can make use of those skills by working as a transcriptionist.

You can earn between $15 to $25 per hour while doing so. To find jobs, you can rely on freelancing platforms that offer a wide range of jobs and look, or use a website specifically tailored for transcription clients and freelancers such as Transcribe Anywhere and Quicktate, among others.

Keep in mind that success in transcription would require you to work in an area that is quiet and will allow you to focus on what you do. You’ll have deadlines and quality standards to meet in order to build a good portfolio.

2. Photo and Video Editing

With thousands of courses that teach new skills, especially skills considered lucrative such as editing videos and pictures, it’s not strange that there are a lot of freelancers who are qualified.

If you’re one of the people who are well-versed in editing software and happen to have good quality equipment that can hasten your work, you should try offering video and photo editing services to clients around the world.

You can charge based on your experience or seek the advice of experienced freelancers in this field.

3. Virtual Assistant

As a virtual assistant, you can work as someone who remotely manages a client’s schedule, informing them of upcoming activities, paperwork, to booking hotels and flights for them.

This would require you to be available during the time you should be according to discussed terms and use quality equipment for call and text communication with your remote client.

Working as a virtual assistant can earn you up to $60 per hour, based on whom you will be working with and your experience.

4. Sell your unused possessions

It’s not rare for all of us to get tired of things or simply watch them lose their purpose. It could be difficult to let some things go but doing so is for the best. You can sell them for a fair price online to people who need them.

This minimizes the clutter in your home and brings back what you spend to buy the item in the past. You can do this through buying and selling platforms that allow used items, such as Facebook’s integrated Marketplace platform.

Make sure you’re careful of scammers, there are plenty of them out there.

5. Proofreading

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If you have an eye for detail, a quick reader, and have excellent language skills, you can work as a remote proofreader for individuals and companies globally. All you need to do is to sign up for platforms, create a portfolio, and produce quality work.

It won’t be easy to find clients at first if you have no prior work to show, but you can work for free at first then go from there as you work with more people.

You can find jobs on freelancing platforms or by sending email pitches to companies you want to work for.

6. Freelance Writing

Writing is essential to any business, so you can rely on the demand for them to not die down anytime soon. If you have prior writing experience, you should have a portfolio in hand to show your type of work and your niche.

If you don’t have the experience, you can work for free initially, use the work as samples, then start charging clients as you progress.

In being a freelance writer, what will be taking your clients in is your past work, so make sure to produce high-quality work at all times.

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