Top 50 Work at Home Jobs for Students
As a student, your college years are filled with busy days and long nights. Maintaining financial responsibilities during this time can be a large stressor. To overcome these challenges, working from home as a student can offer a new and improved lifestyle change for you. Due to the large college course loads, it can be hard to find a job that is willing to be flexible with your school schedule. It’s important to find the perfect work balance, while keeping your grades up. Check out a few of the top 50 work at home jobs below for an opportunity to earn extra cash.
Freelancing is a consistent work from home option for students. This is especially exciting for journalism, graphic design, and marketing majors. Your course load offers special insight into the content that clients often look for when aiming to employ a new creator. Or if you have a way with words, people will pay you to apply that talent to their blog posts, website content, and/or press release. If you’re creative, there are book writing opportunities available on these platforms as well.
Search Engine Evaluator:
Consider profiting from your time researching for your next paper, by applying to be a search engine evaluator. In between your writer’s block and time spent procrastinating, you could ensure search engines are producing the appropriate results. The companies below will pay you to report your evaluation of different search engines.
Customer Service Representative:
Most job opportunities that you’ve experienced have involved customer service. Put that experience to use by becoming a customer service representative. Although there are multiple jobs in this field offline, there is also a large selection to choose from online. There are several companies that hire students for their remote customer service positions. Research a few of the ones below – you may recognize some of them as merchants you’ve purchased from.
If you excel in a specific subject, consider tutoring online. Although there are tutoring opportunities at your school, it may be an easier transition to work with tutoring companies online – based on your own schedule. It will also be easier to get hired with these companies when you’re able to present your grades in the subjects you request to tutor.
If you’re representing gaining weight because of “freshman 15” or simply have too many things, and need to free up space back home or from your dorm, consider selling a few items on one of the following websites for extra cash. You can also consider selling your old textbooks if you’re beyond your freshman year. All you need is to snap a few pictures of the item(s) and post them for sale on one of the websites/apps below.
This option mostly applies to those of you that are students, while living in your own apartment. Unfortunately, most dorms only allow pets when they are service animals. In addition, you must sign in all visitors to your dorm and it would be inappropriate to bring a child there. If you have your own apartment, consider one of the following websites for an opportunity to care for children or pets.
If you’ve been told that you’re a great listener, explore options as a transcriber. The following options provide opportunities to participate in transcribing audio files.
Most job platforms offer a small selection of remote jobs. Some companies post jobs on these sites to reach college students for research, part time, or weekend work. These jobs are often high paying and sometimes offer other incentives for employment!
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The 50 options on this blog post, can offer flexibility in your work life so that you can maintain commitment to your school work – you can have both! Be sure to review all your work at home options to avoid being scammed.
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