Are you a social introvert that enjoys working alone? There's nothing wrong with being an introvert, and there are even many benefits to having this personality type.
Working a job that fits your personality type will not only help you become a happier person, but you may find that your work comes out a lot stronger as well.
Though there isn't a career out there that is 100% introvert proof, there are jobs out there that are better suited for introverted types.
Below are 9 jobs that are perfect for introverts who prefer to work alone.
P.S. Yes, I'm an introvert which is a big reason why I enjoy #1 so much. 🙂
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2. Teach English with Qkids
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!
Qkids pays up to $20 an hour and also has bonuses for teachers who have good attendance!
Qkids Quick Facts
- Qkids is a national learner in cross-cultural E-learning platform
- Over 100,000 Chinese students with Qkids
- Patented and effective game-based curriculum with fun, dynamic, and engaging narrative gaming adventures
Requirements to become a Qkids Teacher
- Eligible to legally work in the U.S. or Canada
- Earned a bachelor’s degree or currently enrolled in a university program (juniors and seniors in college only)
- Technical requirements: a computer with stable internet connection and clear audio/video capacity
3. Flipping Items
Melissa makes $133,000 a year flipping items.
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 $25,000 just 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 month in their first year.
4. Sell on Amazon
The first year that Jessica’s family ran their Amazon FBA business together, working less than 20 hours a week total, they made over 6 figures profit.
If you’re interested in learning more about this side hustle (or full-time job), Jessica has a FREE 7-day course that tells you everything you need to get started selling on Amazon.
The course includes:
- Understand WHY Amazon is the perfect platform for building a business
- How leveraging the fulfillment power of Amazon leaves your home free from piles of inventory
- The way we buy inventory that built over six figures in profit during our first full year
- How to choose the perfect items to sell that people want and will make you money
- What tools we use to save time and be the most efficient in our business
Transcription is the art of turning any audio or video content into a text document. You can transcribe legal documents, medical documents, and even regular documents for people who run podcasts who want to turn their podcast into a text version, too. The possibilities are endless.
However, not just anyone can become a transcriptionist. Special training is required, and passing a transcriptionist test to get hired is a lot harder than people think.
6. Freelance Proofreader
“In 2014, Caitlin made slightly over $43,000 by being a freelance proofreader, while also going on several fun vacations.” You can find out how she makes a full-time income as a freelance proofreader below:
Caitlin has a FREE 45-minute workshop that will give you tons of great info on becoming a freelance proofreader. Check it out the free workshop here.
7. Graphic Designer
Graphic Designers can post their services and portfolio on websites like:
Showcase your portfolio on all sites so people have a good idea of what kind of work you can offer.
For Fiverr and Upwork, keeping a high rating is crucial and the more reviews, the better.
Graphic Designers can offer services online like:
- Logo and web design
- Flyers and brochure
- Packaging design
- Book and album covers
- Social media design
- and a lot more!
8. Freelance Writer
Writing online can be quite lucrative if you know how to get your name and writing out there. Holly from Club Thrifty earns $200,000 a year writing online content.
Find out how to become a freelance writer below from a freelancer herself who makes an average of $5,000 a month.
9. Amazon Flex
All you do is drop packages off to people. You create your own schedule and get paid pretty well, too.
Amazon Flex employees make between $18-$25 an hour with a flexible schedule.
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