Step up your game so that when all of this over, you have some potential leverage to talk to your bosses about trying a work-at-home life. Not everyone will. But if you feel the freedom those of us working remotely feel, then now, amid this crisis, is a great opportunity for you to shine so that bosses take note.
Photography can help you fuel your career right now.
Getty 1. Sell Your Photos Do you have photo skills or live in an area where images are in demand?
In other words, roughly one in four employed Americans works out of a home office. Well over half enjoyed flexible scheduling that allowed them to stop and start work at their discretion. As competition for millennial talent heats up and advancing innovation enables remote work in an ever-widening collection of white-collar nonproduction jobs, employers are offering ever more flexible work arrangements that allow many employees to perform their duties from just about anywhere.
So how does it work? Photographers can upload their images to any one of a number of huge databases, allowing magazine editors, designers or any organization with a website to buy them. And the beauty of stock websites: Photos can be sold any number of times—so you can continue to make money without any effort.
Photography sites to check out include ShutterstockPhotoshelter and Getty Images. Another piece of advice from International Living: Get to know the phrases that people search for.
In a bind? Need some fast cash? Some are easier than others, but nearly all require very little to no capital. They are meant to get you through the difficult times. We've all found ourselves in a tight spot at one point in our lives or another, but to the person who's committed, anything is possible.
Make sure to use the same keywords when you write your video title, description, top how you can make money tags. Become a Copywriter Want to earn a great income no matter where you live—a house by the sea in Latin America, an historic European city or even on a Greek island?
Copywriting could be ideal for you. According to International Living.