8 Great Jobs for Stay-At-Home Moms

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If you are a parent, you know that parenting is a full-time job of cleaning, cooking, and keeping a small human alive and entertained. But, even though it can be hard, stay-at-home moms don’t get paid.

This puts a strain on the family budget and, by default, the family itself.

However, remote work is a wonderful opportunity for stay-at-home moms. Here are some of the possibilities.

Remote Work for Stay-at-Home Moms

#1: Write Paid Guest Posts

Guest posting is one of the best ways to explore your writing talent and have fun. There are so many options when it comes to topics and niches that you’ll have no trouble finding something that works for you.

#2: Online Tutor

Tutoring is a great way to earn money and enjoy the feeling of helping someone learn something. There are plenty of students all over the world looking for some extracurricular help from people who may not be professionals, but have a simple way of getting the knowledge across.

#3: Sales

Sales representatives are people who sell products from a catalog and earn a small percentage of the money. It’s not very difficult, and women all over the world have been doing it for ages. You are supposed to present the catalog to your group of friends and acquaintances. These jobs can be found with companies like Avon and Stela&Dot.

Do you have a skill for making something? Have you ever dreamed of selling it for a living? If the answer is yes, you can definitely do it. Gather material, start crafting, and build a store on sites like Shopify or Etsy. They will probably be well-accepted and people will love your work. Be it jewelry, clothes, art, or music, you can definitely find your audience.

#4: Work in a Travel Agency

To be a tour operator or a travel agent, you don’t need much apart from your phone and your computer. If you are skilled in this job – or willing to learn – look for a position with your local travel agency or a tour operator.

#5: Online Editor

Editing is a difficult task for someone who has no previous experience, but with a bit of learning, it can become easy. There are plenty of opportunities online for editors, and you can truly enjoy reading while scanning copy for mistakes.

#6: Resume Writer

Resumes are tedious to write, no matter how interesting the job is. However, you can make it your job to do this tedious task and earn money while crafting high-value resumes.

Since so many people have trouble writing a good resume, you could read some articles on recent trends when it comes to resumes and implement what you find in your work. This job has the potential to pay a lot.

#7: Online Reviewer

People love to read reviews from popular websites before buying something. If you are a good writer and willing to spend some time getting to know the product or the service, you’ll be able to earn a lot of money with your reviews. There are plenty of sites offering this kind of work.

#8: Social Media Specialist

Social media specialists are in high demand right now. Every company needs one. So, if you feel like this is the job for you, go ahead and educate yourself on how to do this job and how to do it efficiently. Look for articles, webinars, seminars, or videos and find companies you could work for on sites like Upwork or Freelancer.

Over To You

If you are a stay-at-home mom in need of a job, look at some of these options and find something that really sparks your interest.

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2 thoughts on “8 Great Jobs for Stay-At-Home Moms”

  1. Great tips. I write a lot about work from home jobs for women and moms and I had so much fun reading this post. Looking forward to exploring your blog a little more.

    I have a baby and a new one on the way. I love your Parent + Play category.

  2. My mother has always wanted to work and I am on the lookout for some work from home jobs. She is interested in content writing. Is it worthwhile to take it up and does one get paid on time? I have heard many stories where clients disappear after receiving the work. Please share your thoughts and guide me.

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