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Have you been laid off due to this situation we’re all in here?
Job layoffs are unfortunately one of the many negative side effects of our pandemic. It’s unsettling to be laid off in normal times, much less during this uncertain and frightening period of history through which we are currently living.
But instead of looking at your layoff as another big problem, try to handle it as an opportunity. Now you have plenty of time – as well as hopefully some coronavirus financial assistance from the government – to change your life for the better. Now is the time to see if you like working at home.
Almost all freelancers work from home. Begin a work-at-home job now, and you’ll not only be helping yourself out financially at the current time – you’ll be laying the foundation for a better future as well.
Here are 55 work-at-home ideas that you can grab onto now to help you both earn income and build a better future for yourself.
55 Work-at-Home Jobs You Can Start
When You’re Laid Off
Amazon Mechanical Turk worker
Call Center Employee
Customer Service Assistant
Data Entry Clerk
Email Manager Virtual Assistant
Etsy Shop Creator
Foreign Language Tutor
Gaming and Technology Instructor
Internet Security Specialist
Medical Scheduling Representative
Online Course Creator
Online Sales Representative
Online Yoga Teacher
Pinterest Virtual Assistant
Project Management Virtual Assistant
Real Estate Virtual Assistant
Social Media Manager
Telephonic Healthcare Patient Support
Web Search Evaluator
YouTube Channel Creator
This is not the end of the world. Improve your life by doing work you love at home, and it will be the beginning of a better world for you.
For more information and advice on working at home, you can order a free copy of the paperback book Work at Home by Caitlin Pyle right here.
You can take a short break from the gravity of our pandemic with these work-at-home coronavirus memes.
Cover image by Nikola Balic