12 Best Work From Home Jobs for 2020 👨‍💻


Side hustles from home are great, but what
if you’re looking for an actual job? Today we’re talking about the best at work
from home jobs that you could start today. Hi, I’m Marissa with DollarSprout. Working from home is the dream goal that so
many strive for. Honestly, me too. Getting to set your own schedule, even work
in your PJs and have the location flexibility are huge benefits. A work from home job can be great for those
who might be stay at home moms or college students who want to bring in an additional
income when finances are tight. And for others it provides an avenue to travel
and work from anywhere. So if you’re not thrilled about hustling to
the workplace each morning, or you’re looking for a part-time work outside your normal job,
here are some legit or work from home job options for you. But of course, don’t forget to subscribe to
the DollarSprout YouTube channel first for more money videos. And check out the blog post link below in
the description box for more detail on each of these work from home jobs shared today. Run a Facebook ads business from home. Facebook marketers help businesses get more
customers in sales. There are a lot of local businesses in your
area and chances are they’re not taking advantage of Facebook advertising. That’s where you come in as a Facebook ad
specialist. This work from home job could earn you between
$1,000 to $2,000 per month per client, and you don’t need any website or marketing experience
to get started. If you’re wanting to know how to get started
as a Facebook marketer, check out the link to our blog post in the description below
to get more information and direction on where you can go to learn about running Facebook
ads for clients. Become a virtual assistant. Virtual assistants are hired to help with
online administrative tasks like email, calendar management, data entry, and more. This is a great job for someone who needs
flexibility in their work schedule. As a virtual assistant, you can make between
$35 to $50 per hour. You can find these types of jobs on sites
such as Upwork or Freelancer after you are knowledgeable with the skills needed to become
a virtual assistant. Start blogging for money. Bloggers enjoy writing about a particular
topic on a regular basis. If you have something that you’re passionate
about, consider starting a blog. Bloggers make money through a variety of different
methods, including affiliate marketing, paid advertisements, and selling products. And it costs very little to start up. Bloggers can make anywhere from $0 to $150,000
a month depending on experience and competition. Online survey jobs. Most great companies want to get inside the
heads of consumers to understand potential customers so they can improve products and
target their audience better. And to do that, they actually pay people to
take surveys. It’s very easy and requires no experience. Taking surveys can earn you between $50 to
$200 per month depending on eligibility and how many surveys you participate in. Work from home, freelance writing jobs. Freelance writers can be thought of as a writer
for hire, or someone who is contracted to write about a particular topic. So if you are a skilled writer but don’t want
to deal with the extra work that goes into running a blog, you can hire yourself out
to write for newspapers, large online publications, and even other bloggers. You can make between $30 to $500 per assignment
depending on difficulty, the writer’s experience level, and the length of the material. You can become a freelance writer by taking
courses that teaches you the skills needed then you can build a portfolio of writing
samples and then find work on freelancer sites. Become an Amazon remote employee. Amazon is a huge company hiring thousands. They have positions for customer service jobs,
data entry, all the way up to supply chain managers. You can make between $10 an hour up to 50,000
a year depending on your position and experience. Online teaching jobs. Every industry is adapting to changes brought
on by the internet, and teaching is no different. If you’re a licensed teacher, you can now
start teaching classes from home via Skype or prerecorded sessions. The average salary for a first year teacher
is $30,000. And if you aren’t a licensed teacher, there
are other online tutoring options out there where you can tutor over the internet, although
you still do need to have some sort of general teaching experience. Freelance proofreading jobs. If you’ve got a knack for grammar, spotting
typos, or can fix misspellings, proofreading may be the thing for you. It’s kind of like freelance writing, but you’re
the one reviewing and editing. According to Salary.com the median salary
for a freelance proofreader equates to $49,729 per year. Direct sales consulting. One of the more common work from home jobs
is direct sales consulting or multilevel marketing, which has exploded in popularity recently. If you want to get a taste of working from
home and want to sell products you already know, trust, and love, this may be an option. But be aware almost all of these companies
require an upfront investment for purchasing your initial inventory. So this isn’t our top choice for a work at
home jobs for this reason. So be careful and know your limits. Test apps and websites. Similar to taking surveys for money, companies
will also pay people to give feedback on their website. Like how it looks and how easy it is to navigate. There are a few places you can go to find
this kind of work. So check out the blog posts in the description
box below for more information. Web design services. Business owners want professional looking
websites. So if you know some basics behind a web design,
you can start offering your services to small businesses. Upwork and Freelancer sites are great places
to find these sorts of gigs. Join TaskRabbit. This is a great site for getting hired for
odd jobs. My husband has used TaskRabbit as a little
side hustle after his day job. He’s a jack of all trades and has helped people
remove firewood, and mountain TV and do minor car repair. If you’re looking for flexibility in your
work, do some research to see if a work from home job could be right for you. So that’s all we have for today’s video. If you enjoyed it, don’t forget to give it
a thumbs up. And also, don’t forget to subscribe to the
DollarSprout YouTube channel for more money videos. Leave us a comment and let us know what is
a work from home job that you’ve tried or want to start. And don’t forget to check out the link to
our blog post with more information in the description box down below. And we’ll see you in the next video. Bye.

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