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25 high-paying work-from-home jobs hiring now
Last updated: June 27, 2022
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In the past, working from home was a perk only a few people could take advantage of. But recently, more remote work opportunities have emerged.

There is now a range of jobs you can successfully do from home.

More companies are realizing that remote workers can be highly productive, giving them little reason to pay hefty prices for office space.

As time goes by, more organizations are making the jump to remote work, and that trend is only set to grow.

In this article, we’ll go over some of the best work-from-home positions and help you find a high-paying, remote career.

What are the benefits of working from home?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the number of self-employed people in the U.S. is 9.548 million.

And due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 1 in 4 people has had to do some, or all, of their work from home. This is just one way employers are keeping workers safe.

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Work-from-home jobs have other obvious advantages. For example, you don't have to commute, and you can save money on transport.

Your remote role may also come with a flexible schedule, giving you more time to spend with the people you care about. And you can work independently, free from workplace distractions.

There's no time like the present to apply for an online job!

If you think this would be a suitable arrangement for your lifestyle, then you should begin the job hunt for a work-from-home opportunity.

The best work-from-home jobs hiring now

Let’s take a look at 25 of the best jobs that you can do from home.

1. Data entry clerk

Data entry clerks enter data into software programs on behalf of their employer. Remote positions are often entry-level, and most candidates only need a high school diploma to apply.

To work from home, you'll need a computer and experience using Microsoft Excel. You'll also need typing skills, math skills, and close attention to detail.

How much does a data entry clerk make?

The average salary for a data entry clerk doing online work is $12–$25 per hour.

You can find data entry jobs on our job board.

2. Freelance writer

Do people tell you that you’re a good writer? If so, you might want to consider a job that shows off your talent.

There are various types of writing jobs and niches people hire for. For example, if you have an interest in pets, you may be able to find work as a pet writer.

If you want to ghostwrite books, some companies will hire you to do that too.

The more experience you have, the better pay you’ll get. So, your pay is scalable over time, making it an excellent choice if you want to work from home long term.

How much does a freelance writer make?

Freelance writers can make between $17–$64 on average. Experienced writers can earn more.

You can find freelance writing jobs on our job board.

3. Transcriptionist

Transcriptionists listen to audio recordings and transcribe them using a computer program such as Microsoft Word.

If you want to work as a transcriptionist, you’ll need accurate typing skills. The faster you’re able to transcribe without errors, the more money you’ll make.

You can work in a range of industries, including general, legal, health, and technology.

Some specializations, such as medical transcription, require a qualification. Since there's medical jargon involved, these types of jobs pay a bit more than the average gig.

How much does a transcriptionist make?

The average salary for a transcriptionist is $11–$28 per hour.

You can find transcription positions on our job board.

4. Bookkeeper

The COVID-19 pandemic has permanently changed the way we work. 74% of companies will continue using a remote work model, even after the threat of COVID-19 has passed.

One job that can be done at home is bookkeeping. Bookkeepers are responsible for data entry, bank reconciliation, invoicing, and reporting.

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To work in this role, you’ll need excellent math skills, computer skills, and analytical skills. Some bookkeepers have a degree in finance or accounting.

If you’re already working in accounting or just love numbers, this could be the perfect job for you.

How much does a bookkeeper make?

The average pay for a bookkeeper is $13–$26 per hour.

Find bookkeeping jobs on our job board.

5. Teacher

More teachers are returning to classrooms, but there are a number of remote work opportunities. Popular fields include special education, college, and languages. Some teachers tutor students online.

Regardless of what and who you want to teach, whether it be grade school or grad school, there are jobs available.

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Companies like Stride and K12 are always looking for teachers who want to teach remotely.

The requirements vary depending on the position. But you’ll need to be a qualified teacher with a reliable internet connection and a quiet workspace.

How much does a teacher make?

A teacher working remotely can make between $15–$33 per hour.

Find teaching jobs on our job board.

6. Telehealth nurse

Telehealth is a rapidly growing field. Patients have gotten used to interacting with healthcare professionals remotely, and that’s not going to change.

Remote nurses need to have a license in the state they’re working in. There’s a lot of work that goes into becoming a nurse, but the pay is fair, and you’ll be making a difference in the lives of others.

Plus, there are many part-time opportunities if that’s what you’re looking for.

If you want to work as a Telehealth nurse, you’ll want to prepare for the interview, as it is a competitive field.

How much does a Telehealth nurse make?

The average pay for a Telehealth nurse is $20–$43 per hour.

Find Telehealth nursing jobs on our job board.

7. Customer service representative

If you’re great at customer support, you’ll enjoy working as a remote customer service representative.

There is a range of work-from-home opportunities available in different industries, including healthcare, retail, technology, and sales.

You’ll interact with customers over the phone and online. You’ll answer queries, troubleshoot issues, and offer sales support.

You don’t need any specific training to be a customer service representative. But you should have excellent communication skills and problem-solving skills.

How much does a customer service representative make?

The average pay for a customer service representative is between $10–$20 per hour.

Find customer service representative jobs on our job board.

8. SEO specialist

If you have a knack for marketing, you may want to look into becoming an SEO specialist. You’d be helping companies increase their rankings on Google.

Some SEO specialists go to school to learn their trade, while others are self-taught. You should be tech-savvy, with good customer service and analytical skills.

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There are online training courses available for SEO and digital marketing. If you really want to get your foot in the door, you should consider taking a course online.

How much does an SEO specialist make?

If you work from home, you can make between $14–$28 per hour as an SEO specialist.

Find SEO specialist jobs on our job board.

9. Social media marketer

Social media marketers are masters of all things social.

If you understand social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok, you could shine in this job.

You could do everything from developing entire social media strategies to copywriting and creating graphics. A good social media marketer is creative, tech-savvy, and a good communicator.

Many social media marketers are self-taught, and a lot of jobs look at your portfolio rather than your education.

How much does a social media marketer make?

Social media marketers make between $13–$27 per hour.

Find social media marketing jobs on our job board.

10. Editor or proofreader

Are you a stickler for grammar? If so, consider a role as an editor or proofreader.

There are hundreds of editing and proofreading jobs online, which are offered by companies like Proofreading Services and Scribe Media.

And there are no formal education requirements to get these jobs. But they do often perform editing tests to make sure you’re up to the task.

You can find gigs requiring you to edit books, marketing material, blogs, and just about anything else you can think of.

How much does an editor or proofreader make?

The pay depends on experience, but you can expect to make between $12–$31 per hour.

Find editing and proofreading jobs on our job board.

11. Affiliate marketer

Affiliate marketing is referral marketing. It involves having your own website with affiliate links, often to Amazon. If someone clicks the affiliate link and makes a purchase, you receive a share of the profit.

Affiliate marketing can be a good option for a person who enjoys blogging and digital marketing. You can write blog posts recommending products and include affiliate links.

But it does take quite a bit of work and doesn’t provide as much of an immediate return as you may expect.

Some companies hire affiliate marketers to help with their operations. These jobs often require you to have a background in marketing.

How much does an affiliate marketer make?

Affiliate marketing managers can expect to make between $20–$48 an hour, with affiliate marketers making a bit less than that.

Find affiliate marketing jobs on our job board.

12. Virtual assistant

It’s never been easier to provide administrative support from the comfort of your home. A virtual assistant’s job description varies, but they do everything from email management and scheduling meetings to data entry and event planning.

There are no minimum education requirements to become a virtual assistant. You can choose to work with an agency or on a freelance basis.

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You can even apply for gigs on websites like Upwork. As long as you have a reliable internet connection, are comfortable on Zoom, and don’t mind being on a computer for long periods of time, you can do the job.

How much does a virtual assistant make?

The average salary for a virtual assistant is $10–$26 per hour.

Find virtual assistant jobs on our job board.

13. Email marketing specialist

Just like a social media manager, an email marketing specialist needs a background in marketing.

A successful email marketer is comfortable with A/B testing, designing email campaigns, and tracking performance. They also need excellent writing skills, computer skills, and communication skills.

Email marketing can be done online, and many companies are filling these positions with remote workers. You can work full-time or on a gig-by-gig basis through job boards like Upwork.

How much does an email marketing specialist make?

An email marketing specialist makes between $20–$34 per hour.

Find email marketing specialist jobs on our job board.

14. Translator

If you’re fluent in multiple languages, why not use those skills to make money?

Translators are in demand, and you could find work through job boards or companies like translate.com. Depending on where you get hired, you could make as much as $39 an hour.

You’ll need excellent listening skills, typing skills, and organization.

A translator will translate both the written and spoken word. For example, some jobs require you to staff phones and translate for doctors, while others require you to translate documents.

How much does a translator make?

A translator can make between $12–$39 per hour.

Find translation jobs on our job board.

15. Sales agent

If you’re comfortable selling things over the phone, working as a remote sales agent could be for you. You’ll make an hourly rate, and many gigs also offer commissions.

Companies often hire sales agents to sell their products. You could be selling anything from health insurance and furnaces to dog food and beverages. It all depends on the company you work for.

Sales agents need to have excellent phone manners and good communication skills. They also need to enjoy talking to customers.

Most jobs are entry-level and don’t require any past experience.

How much does a sales agent make?

On average, sales agents make between $9–$15 per hour, and they may make more than that based on commission.

Find sales agent jobs on our job board.

16. Tutor

If you’re skilled in a specific area, you may be able to work as a virtual tutor. Tutors are often teachers or college students with excellent communication skills.

Tutors help students one-on-one or in small groups. They create personalized learning plans and assign homework. Websites such as Superprof hire tutors for high school students, or you can start your own business.

If you’re fluent in another language, you could earn money teaching people online. Math, English, and science tutors are in especially high demand.

How much does a tutor make?

Tutors can make between $14–$37 per hour.

Find tutoring jobs on our job board.

17. Graphic designer

If you're a graphic designer, you'll have no problem finding a job opportunity as an independent contractor.

Many companies look for full-time graphic designers, but there are also thousands of one-time gigs available. You’ll need excellent customer service skills, creativity, computer skills, and close attention to detail.

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You can get a degree in graphic design or something similar, but what really matters is your portfolio. If you build up an impressive portfolio, you’ll have job offers left and right.

How much does a graphic designer make?

The average pay for a graphic designer is $17–$31 per hour. Experienced graphic designers can make extra money.

Find graphic designer jobs on our job board.

18. Programmer

There are different types of programming languages and just as many jobs. And, it’s a role you can do remotely. Programmers write code for computer software programs, and they test programs for bugs.

Programmers often work with software designers. They need to be analytical and have math skills and close attention to detail.

Most programmers have a bachelor’s degree in computer science. There are also boot camps and other online courses you could complete to hone your skills.

How much does a programmer make?

Programmers make between $27–$57 per hour.

Find programming jobs on our job board.

19. Web designer

Web designers are one of the most in-demand jobs in 2021. Many companies have been forced to develop their online presence, and web developers are the ones behind building beautiful websites.

If you’re highly creative and have an eye for design, web design jobs could work for you. Web designers often have degrees, but it’s not essential.

You can teach yourself web design with online courses and use your skills to build a portfolio.

You’ll find web design gigs on job boards as well as websites like Upwork.

How much does a web designer make?

Web designers make an average of $18–$36 per hour. Experienced web designers can make much more.

Find web designing jobs on our job board.

20. Voice actor

Has anyone ever told you that you have a voice for radio? If so, you could make a living working as a voice actor. You could have your own startup, as many voice actors are also small business owners.

There are no minimum education requirements, but you’d benefit from having a curated portfolio.

If you have no experience, record yourself doing a voiceover for popular commercials or animated shows and use that as a portfolio piece. You can also start your own YouTube channel.

Companies like Voices hire voiceover artists for a range of gigs, such as animations and audiobooks.

How much does a voice actor make?

The average salary for a voice actor varies greatly, but you can expect to make between $15–$165 per hour.

Find voice actor jobs on our job board.

21. Child caregiver

If you enjoy working with children, consider a job as a child caregiver. To babysit children in your own home, you’ll usually need a license and police clearance.

It’s important to provide a safe space for playing, eating, and sleeping and a secure backyard. You don’t need a degree to work as an occasional babysitter, but a qualification in childhood development or early learning can be advantageous.

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Child caregivers usually have a driver’s license along with CPR and first aid training. You’ll need a professional attitude, good communication skills, patience, and high energy levels.

How much does a child caregiver make?

The average salary for a child caregiver is between $9–$17 per hour.

Find child-caregiver jobs on our job board.

22. Makeup artist

Makeup artists often work as freelancers with studios set up at home. They apply cosmetics for different events such as birthdays, weddings, and graduations.

Some makeup artists work in the television and film industries. If you want to work as a makeup artist, you can complete a certificate. Or you can watch tutorials and practice with friends until you feel confident making it your career.

Makeup artists need to be creative, organized, and hygienic. You’ll need excellent customer service skills and enjoy working closely with others. Makeup artists need a toolkit with cosmetics for every skin type.

How much does a makeup artist make?

The average salary for a makeup artist is $12–$50 per hour. Talented individuals can make much more.

Find makeup artist jobs on our job board.

23. Fitness instructor

Remote fitness instructors offer clients virtual training sessions. These sessions may be one-on-one or in small groups.

They usually have a space set up with gym equipment, a computer, and music. They work out with their clients and often have a weekly schedule.

Most fitness instructors have an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree. They have excellent communication skills and are physically fit. To work in this role, you’ll need to be certified.

You’ll also need to be motivational and understand human anatomy.

How much does a fitness instructor make?

Fitness instructors can make between $11–$40 per hour.

Find fitness instructor jobs on our job board.

24. Blogger

If you’re tech-savvy and enjoy writing, a remote blogging job could be a good fit. Some bloggers run their own websites, while others work for an employer.

Bloggers create content, upload photos, and communicate via email. To work in this role, you’ll need computer skills, self-motivation, and typing skills.

Bloggers often need to stick to a schedule, so you’ll need to be highly organized. You should be good at networking and passionate about sharing well-researched, interesting information.

Some bloggers have a degree in journalism or marketing, but it’s not essential. Most work as freelancers, but there are full-time and part-time jobs available.

How much does a blogger make?

Bloggers can make an average of $9–$37 per hour.

Find blogger jobs on our job board.

25. Social worker

To work as a remote social worker, you’ll need a bachelor’s degree in a related field. For example, you can study social work, social science, or psychology.

Social workers support their clients and act as advocates. They help to improve community services and respond to crisis situations. Social workers need to keep accurate records and maintain confidentiality.

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To work in this role, you’ll need excellent communication skills, organization, patience, and compassion. Clients will often have appointments, and you’ll need to manage your time effectively. As a remote worker, you’ll need a reliable internet connection, a quiet workspace, and a phone.

Some situations can be stressful, and social managers need to have a clear head.

How much does a social worker make?

The average salary for a social worker is between $17–$34 per hour.

Find social worker jobs on our job board.

Find the perfect work-from-home job for you

Finding a remote job is not only possible, but it may be the best employment solution for your needs.

Companies are becoming more flexible with their employees, and there are freelancer opportunities available in just about every industry.

With the benefits that come with working from home, it's no wonder that more people want to work remotely. Not having to commute is a good enough reason for many.

Always read the job description before applying for online work.

Not sure where to start your job search? Job listings are updated regularly on our job board. If you're a job seeker and want more hints and tips, check our Getting Hired Resource Center.

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