stay-at-home-parent

It’s the 21st century, people. Not only has technology progressed, but stay-at-home parents don’t have to be jobless anymore.

We now have the internet (and the many joys it brings) to help any parent work from home while also raising their kids. In that name, here are 11 jobs any stay-at-home parent would love to do.

1. Freelance Writing

We simply had to start with this one. Working as a freelance writer has been around for quite some time, and for a good reason. It offers:

  • Good pay
  • A way to express your creativity
  • Means to connect with a lot of people

2. Photography

Do you have a good camera? Do you like taking artistic photos? If the answer is yes, you can easily find a job that involves photography. You can do things like:

  • Upload you work to a blog
  • Sell your photos to stock websites
  • Edit and crop other people’s pictures

3. Design

Those of you who have a creative side and a good drawing hand are in luck because many sites are looking for:

  • Logo designers
  • Animations
  • Posters
  • Even memes (I know, right?)

4. Customer Support

If you have enough patience and good communication skills, you’re pretty much all set up to work as a customer support employee.

5. Online Tutoring

Your college degree won’t do you much good by just hanging on the wall, so use it to become an online tutor.

6. Mystery Shopping

You do a lot of shopping anyway if you have kids, so why not combine it with earning some money? Simply go around stores and check out articles and produce, as there are websites that’ll pay you for updating them on things like:

  • Availability
  • Prices
  • Visual impression

7. Cooking Online

Preparing food is an everyday need for all of us more helpful hints. Luckily for stay-at-home parents, it can now also be a part-time job!

You can do things like:

  • Post photos of your meals
  • Share recipes
  • Exchange cooking tips and experiences with others

8. Surveys

Although it may not be exactly a job, taking surveys can certainly be used to create income. This “job” is:

  • Easy
  • Doesn’t take a lot of time
  • Let’s you earn impressive amounts of money

9. Selling Stuff

We all have a lot stuff which we rarely use lying around the house. You can turn this into profit by selling unwanted items via:

  • Garage sales
  • Online sales
  • Exchange of goods

10. Market Research

Believe it or not, but companies that sell products actually care about their buyers. They want to pay for your:

  • Thoughts
  • Opinions
  • Wants
  • Needs

11. Advising

You’re an expert in your field, but parenting isn’t allowing you to utilize that knowledge. Don’t worry though, as you can find people who are looking for online advisors and are willing to pay for their expertise.