10 jobs you can do at home with little experience

10 jobs you can do at home with little experience

1) Transcribe audio content into the written word

Websites such as Rev, are always looking for people to transcribe audio content into text.

2) Tutor others from basic English to playing games

Sites such as Preply.com, Fiverr.com or Cambly.com all want people to teach / tutor others.

3) Sell photos

Take loads of photos (doesn’t require you to be an expert), learn some basic editing skills (YouTube is full of tutorials) then upload to sites like ShutterStock.

4) Test websites

UserTesting & TestingTime.com are two websites that pay your to test websites, they want ‘Joe Public’ to do the tests so this is ideal for those without any experience.

5) Help TV shows and ‘The News’ by being paid to give your opinion + get paid!

This site allows you to feedback on your opinion and knowledge for money. Loads more here.

6) Invest in the stock market with low/zero buying fees, buy funds (to spread risk) and do plenty of research (money can obviously go down as well as up so be cautious)

7) TikTok / Instagram Influencer

You will probably need luck on your side and a LOT of time / effort and a unique idea

8) Listen to music and get paid

New artists (and even popular ones) want your opinion on their music, sites like SliceThePie will pay you for those opinions.

9) Turn your hobby into a side hustle

Love to paint/draw/write/make/bake etc, package it up and sell it. Start your own business / website

10) Buy and sell

Buy things cheap and sell them for a profit, it’s one of the worlds most basic

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