Over 60% of people aren't using their college degree.
If you graduated from college and you're not sure what to do, you have plenty of options that even allow you to work from home.
Check out this awesome list of 15 remote jobs that only require a bachelor's degree.
1. Teaching English online
Teaching English online is a great way to make income at home, while on your own schedule.
You're also helping people learn English, which gives them the ability to talk to over 1.5 billion people around the world.
That’s pretty amazing when you think about it. VIPKID pays up to $25 per hour, and the entire curriculum is provided for you.
Tutors with a bachelor's degree in a certain area can find plenty of work in-person at a university or online.
If you have a bachelor's degree in Math or Science with great grades, you can be a lot of help to students struggling with these subjects, while also making a decent income.
You can tutor over the computer and charge up to $100 per hour depending on how much experience you have, as well as what kind of credentials you have.
3. Online Teacher
100% telecommuting (work from home) teachers are needed for various subjects.
As I'm writing this, online teachers are needed for subjects in German, Arabic, Spanish, K12, French, Italian, Math, Substitute teachers, and more.
On FlexJobs, which is basically a job listing board that is mostly for telecommuting jobs, there are hundreds of jobs listed for online teachers.
FlexJobs screens every job listed on the job board website, making sure that every job is legit and not a scam.
4. Graphic Artist
Do you have a graphic design degree?
If so, you can apply for jobs that need graphic designers, web developers, art directors, and more.
Many graphic artists jobs are 100% remote and can be done anywhere in the world.
5. Software Developer
Software Developers are ranked #1 on lists such as best technology jobs, 100 best jobs, and best STEM jobs.
Better yet, Software Developers make an average of $80,000 per year with the 75th percentile making over $125,000 per year.
6. Childcare Coordinator
A Childcare Coordinator is someone who provides support for host families and au pairs.
An au pair is essentially a live-in nanny who is from another country.
The au pair helps teach the child or children with learning different languages.
Childcare Coordinators generally only need a bachelors degree
K12 is an online school for kids and teenagers.
K12 has a large catalog of award-winning courses that kids can go through to learn all from the comfort of their home.
The courses include interactive games, engaging lessons, videos, and more.
Online teachers help make K12 what it is by offering an engaging and fun classroom via online.
Translators are needed in various languages.
Jobs in the field are generally telecommuting and needed for languages like Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, and more.
9. Teaching English with Magic Ears
Magic Ears is a company based in China that hires English speakers from the U.S. and Canada to teach English.
Magic Ears pays teachers up to $26 per hour and provides all the curriculum for you.
10. Fitness Coach
Though a bachelors degree in exercise science or a related degree isn't generally required, the more credentials, the better.
Becoming a personal trainer or fitness coach isn't just limited to working at gyms.
You can create a blog or website online that lists your services.
Online fitness coaches can charge of online services such as: creating at home or gym workout programs, nutrition programs, and other services that help people create healthier lives.
If you don't have a website yet, read further below to get more info on how to get started.
Don't have a bachelor's degree? You may want to look into these jobs as well!
Did you know you can make money from blogging?
While it's not a get rich quick scheme, blogging can be a great way to work from home and support you and your family.
You get to help people from all over the world while creating content that inspires and motivates others to live their best life.
I make $10,000 a month blogging and I'm also a full-time student in college.
Tips To Become A Full-Time Blogger:
1) Choose a niche that already makes money (personal finance, health and fitness, travel, etc.) and subniche from there. This means go even deeper into a niche. Ex. Niche: Personal finance > Subniche: Personal finance for college students or personal finance for cathiloc moms.
2) Take a comprehensive blogging course. My #1 recommendation for new bloggers who want to build a profitable blog is Blog With A Full-Time Job.
Blog With A Full-Time Job consists of:
- A specific plan for launching, growing and monetizing your blog while working full-time
- The exact strategy to grow and monetize your blog to a six-figure blog
- Learn how to manage your mind, productivity, time management (all VERY important for working at home and running a successful business)
- How to set up a beautiful looking blog that is completely customizable
- How to write blog posts specifically for monetizing
- Sooo much more + tons of bonuses, templates, worksheets, etc.
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3) Learn and absorb as much information about blogging as possible. Pinterest is a gold mine for this. Type in “blogging tips” in Pinterest's search bar and hundreds of helpful articles will come up. You can check all of my popular blogging articles here.
4) Figure out what outlet you want to use for blogging. Do you want to have your own blog? Or do you want to create a YouTube channel? Find out where your audience is and go from there. If you don't know yet, don't sweat it. You'll learn as you go.
5) Create a blog with this easy tutorial.
2. Facebook Ad Manager
Did you know you can become a Facebook Ads Manager for businesses and make an extra $1,000 to $2,000 a month?
You can even learn how to become a Facebook Ads Manager in less than 28 days with the Facebook Side Hustle Course.
This course works, and it even gives you access to a private group that is full of testimonials.
Check out the testimonials here and see people who are making up to $10,000 per month doing this.
3. Flipping Items
A flipper is someone who flips products for profit.
My friend Melissa, of Flipper University, created a guide that teaches people her secrets and strategies for reaching over $100k in sales after their first year of full-time flipping.
These are a few of the things she’s flipped for profit:
- An item that they bought for $10 and flipped for $200 just 6 minutes later.
- A security tower they bought for $6,200 and flipped for $25,000just one month later.
- A prosthetic leg that they bought for $30 at a flea market and sold for $1,000 on eBay the next day.
She even created a course called Flipper University that teaches students how to become a successful flipper. Melissa says her students can expect to make $500-$2,500 per monthin their first year.
4. Freelance Proofreader
In 2014, Caitlin, of Proofread Anywhere, made slightly over $43,000 as a freelance proofreader, while also going on several fun vacations.
If you want to find out how she makes a full-time income as a freelance proofreader, you can try her FREE 76-minute workshop that will give you tons of great info on becoming a freelance proofreader.
Becoming a bookkeeper has several benefits, such as low startup costs, high profit, freedom to work remotely, and plenty more. As a bookkeeper, you can expect to earn an average of $62 per hour.
Click here to get access to a free, 3-part video series that'll reveal the keys to success in the bookkeeping industry.
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