5 Remote Work From Home Jobs That Are Easily Accessible | Disabled Person
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5 Remote Work From Home Jobs That Are Easily Accessible
According to data projections, 25% of all professional jobs in the US will be remote by end of 2022.
More Americans than ever are working from home, with the Covid-19 pandemic accelerating this trend away from the office. And that means there are lots of opportunities for people with disabilities to land well-paid remote work-from-home jobs.
Continue reading to learn about five jobs that are easily accessible.
1. Blog Writing
Blogging is a creative way to make a living, and it can be very profitable if you can share something unique and high-quality. It takes time to monetize your blog, but you'll be able to build a notable revenue stream after gathering a decent following and learning how to optimize your website for SEO.
It's a great place to share your wisdom in any field of interest. There are plenty of excellent disability blogs which often serve to help, educate, and motivate readers. Like journaling, it can be therapeutic. And it's a great way to connect with people in similar positions.
Yet, creating your own blog may not pique your interest. Thankfully, there are also many opportunities to find freelance work in this field. You can write blog posts for clients on either a part-time or full-time basis.
The pay can vary significantly for freelance work, with many new writers choosing between Fiverr and Upwork to land their first projects. Technical writers can receive much higher fees, while the field of journalism is another attractive option for those with excellent writing skills.
2. Web Developer
Web developers are in demand, and there are many opportunities for working remotely. In 2022, engaging and well-designed websites are considered essential for every business across every industry.
A web developer is responsible for designing and constructing websites, ensuring visitors find them visually appealing and easy to navigate. They may also be responsible for the website's performance and capacity.
The median salary is excellent, and it's a perfect gateway to lots of other tech careers. It's also a very flexible job, especially if you learn more programming languages and keep on developing your skills.
If you're not into coding, a web designer requires less technical skills and gets to be more creative. Also well paid, their job usually entails designing the layout, usability, and visual appearance of a website.
3. Social Media Manager
We're living in an age in which social media is king. Every business creates its brand image across a variety of social media platforms. It's generally agreed to be the best way for companies to engage with existing and potential customers.
A social media manager has become an essential part of every company's digital marketing strategy. And it's often a remote working position, which makes it accessible for anyone.
It's a job that will keep you on your toes. Your responsibilities will likely include creating content that engages your audience while working towards growth among your follower base. You may also be expected to start conversations online, drive traffic to the website, and measure performance across your social media accounts through metrics.
To land a job, you should consider creating your own social media portfolio to showcase the various abilities that make you a formidable social media manager. Start-up costs are low, and the salary is relatively good.
Online tutoring can be a very lucrative job for those with a physical disability and a desire to teach. All you need is a reliable internet connection, and a webcam and microphone.
You can choose between working for an online tutoring service or setting up your own online tutoring business. If you're new to tutoring, it's recommended to start with a company to gain experience and potential clients before branching out on your own.
Tutoring is a very flexible profession, and you can create your own schedule and rates. If there's any subject you have knowledge and experience about, you can make a career out of it by learning how to communicate it effectively. It could be a wide range of subject matters, so don't be afraid to think outside the box.
This profession was traditionally done in person, but partially because of the Covid-19 pandemic, there are now many dedicated online tutoring platforms.
5. Affiliate Marketing
Affiliate marketing is a great way to earn a sizable income from the comfort of your own home. This industry has skyrocketed this century, appealing to many because of the fantastic opportunity to earn passive income.
In the United States, spending on affiliate marketing increased from $1.6 billion in 2010 to $5.4 billion in 2017. And it's predicted to reach $8.2 billion in 2022.
That means there are plenty of opportunities and plenty of money to be made.
An affiliate marketer will receive a percentage of a sale when a customer buys a product after it was promoted to them. The affiliate's main objective is to encourage sales through their affiliate links. To be successful, you'll need to be creative, analytical, organized, a problem solver, and a good communicator.
It's a job that's easy to get started, has high earning potential, and is accessible to anyone and everyone. Moreover, you have the freedom to choose your working hours.
There's No Shortage of Remote Work From Home Jobs
Employment rates remain lower for disabled job seekers, but there are now more remote working jobs than ever. There's plenty of money to be made on the internet, with a range of different careers available at your fingertips.
Take a little time to develop your skills. and any of the five jobs listed above are attainable.
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