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Check out what positions you can find to work online!
Social Media Manager
Here you can earn $15-$40 per hour. The responsibilities include managing social media accounts, promoting the content, and interacting with followers. To get this position, either post your resume on different job boards or directly ask the company you want to work for.
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Your salary might be from $13 to $20 per hour. You can offer online tutoring services to college and high school students in whatever subject you’re good at, whether it is languages, music, math, etc. There are many platforms you can use to get started (including Tutor.com and Wyzant).
Data Entry Clerk
You can get $9-$16 per hour here. This job is good for the students who don’t have any experience at all. All you need to have is a PC and an internet connection. You can find this job through Clickworker, VirtualBee, and DionData Solutions.
You may be paid $15-$25 per hour for that. Your responsibilities will include helping college grads to polish their resumes. Not only will you help others do this, but you will also pick numerous useful skills yourself to make your own resume look great. To work as a resume writer, the best idea is to start by creating your own network: find people who’re looking for a job or internship and offer your help.
Search Engine Evaluator
The payment can be from $12 to $15 per hour. What you will have to do is to clean up the search engines (that still have multiple errors, despite the continuous updates). You may find this job through Appen Butler Hill, Lionbridge, and Leapforce.
Your pay can vary here. What you need to do is to select a topic that will be valuable to readers and become an expert in it. Start your blog, update regularly, promote it, make money on advertising and sponsored posts. Soon, you’ll start having passive income from it.
Freelance Writer or Editor
Your income here can be over $50 per article. It’s not as hard as you may think – all you need to do it to write about the things that interest you. And if you don’t feel like writing, try to be an editor or proofreader. Look for these kinds of positions online.
Here you may get $5-$50 per gig. Get creative, use your weirdest ideas, and exclusive skills to work for you. Use such sites as Fiverr, Copycat, TenBux, or TaskRabbit to find this job.
Limited time Offer
You may get $20-$30 per hour here. You’ll have to connect a company with its potential new employees by posting vacancies, checking resumes, doing preliminary interviews, and discussing salaries with applicants. You may check LinkedIn, Upwork, etc. for this job.
So, when are you ready to get the ball spinning?