It was slightly depressing to write this article, but unfortunately there is a need for public educators to make extra income. If you happen to fall into that boat, check out these options.
This list of jobs is specifically beneficial because these positions do not require years of experience, and are not as highly competitive as other remote positions. Many online educational companies are highly sought after. This makes getting a foot in the door difficult. Luckily these job posted below are less competitive because their need for professionals is high.
You don’t have to stop looking at these jobs though. Try thinking outside the box. Sometimes a little extra creativity can earn you big.
Additional, “outside the box,” ways to earn money:
- Love being on social media? You can actually make money as an “influencer.” Once you have a large enough following, you can approach businesses to market products for them. Read THIS article from Forbes to get started.
- Good at photography? You can sell stock photos for $5 each to some stock photo websites. Read THIS article to learn more about stock photos.
- If you’re a skilled writer, look into blog content positions. Many writing jobs are article and word based, so you can write on your own time.
Share other online ways to make money here! Thanks for reading!
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