Connect with us

Business

Top 10 online jobs for Nigeria students 2021

Published

on

Working from home can be a dream setup for anyone looking for a life of freedom. But it’s not always easy to find online jobs or employers who are willing to let you telecommute or remote jobs that match your skill set.

In this increasingly digital world, there has never been a better time to work from home. Work from home jobs are great work alternative, whether you are a student, struggling to secure a local gig, a mom that needs to stay home to take care of the family or a freelancer looking for ways to make more money online.

Not everyone who wants to work at home is looking for long-term career options. Sometimes you just want something that is relatively easy where you can make some extra cash fast. If that describes you, this list of top 10 online jobs for freelancers might just be what you need.

1. Data Entry Jobs.

Data entry requires very little specific training, so it’s fairly easy to get started. There’s no ramp-up time and no need for prolonged training, which isn’t always compensated.

You can just plug in and go. It doesn’t require any type of educational or professional background. This makes it accessible to pretty much anybody who’s interested in working online.

For all of these reasons, data entry has become some sort of “holy grail” for the person who’s new to the idea of working from home and not sure where to start or what all is out there.

2. Online Writing Job.

If you have interest in writing then this online job is best for you. Online writing jobs are becoming popular because each and every website on internet demands regular content to update their website.

ALSO READ:-  Used Phone Importation: How To Start Importation Of Used Phones From Nigeria

Even if you don’t have any idea of writing but want to earn money through this online job, then you can learn & start practicing and follow some popular blog writers to become a good writer.

Once you have developed a good writing skill, you can start applying for online jobs that match up to your skills and start making money.

3. Online Survey Jobs.

Participating in online paid surveys is one of the best and easiest online jobs one can from home. You can join survey sites and earn money by completing surveys. There are hundreds of best and free survey sites where you can signup and receive regular surveys.

By taking the time to give your opinion, you are providing input for the development of a product or service. In fact, the quality of an online survey depends on the reliability of the information you provide.

You will get $5 to $20 for completing one survey. If you join 10-20 sites, you can receive a minimum of 50 paid surveys in a month and make more than $1000 per month.

4. Blogging.

Blogging is my most favorite way of making money. Over the past decade, blog monetization has gained momentum. To monetize your blog, you can sign up for Google Adsense, which will give you ads to place on your blog.

Alternatively, you can take up affiliate marketing (promoting another seller’s products on your blog) or product sales through your blog to turn it into a moneymaking venture.

If your blog already attracts a significant amount of traffic, you could choose to enlist blog sponsors, which includes selling ad space on your blog to merchants, which offers a more stable source of income over time.

ALSO READ:-  Snail Farming in Nigeria: Complete guidelines for snail farming in Nigeria 2021

5. Online Selling Jobs.

I personally know many of the people who are selling different products on sites like Jumia, Konga, Payporte etc. and earning anywhere between 50,000 Naira to 1,000,000 Naira per month.

Once you decide on what you want to sell, create an inventory by buying the products wholesale (you can also try the drop shipping model), or producing a good number of them to keep up with orders, and then set the prices you want to sell them at.

It’s not a difficult job. Anyone can become an online seller and make a profit. You can do part time or full time. Potential earnings vary according to products and pricing. After the portal’s small fee is deducted, the rest of the revenue is yours.

6. Online Tutor Jobs.

If you love teaching and looking for something that can be done from home, then online tutor jobs are best for you.

It’s very easy to get started with online tutoring in Nigeria. Create short 5 – 10 minutes videos on any topic or subject that interests you on online learning platforms like Udemy, Skillshare, and Teachable.

You get paid for each student that enrolls for your course. Based on which platform you choose to teach on, you can get paid between $5 to $50 per student that enrolls for your course online.

7. Social Media Jobs.

A new field of human endeavor has been created thanks to social media. Getting started with a social media job is not so difficult. All you need is a social media experience and internet.

For most jobs in the social media space, you will likely find yourself managing social media accounts across multiple platforms, planning publicity campaigns that will be spread through social media platforms, or producing online content that has an interactive component.

In Nigeria, you can charge between N40,000 to N200,000 monthly working from home as a social media manager or expert for small businesses.

ALSO READ:-  Crypto: User Loses Over $100,000 in Bitcoin While Transferring His Wallet.

8. Web Development Jobs.

Do you have some understanding of coding and web design? Then you can easily work from home as a website developer. Even if you are a novice who is interested in the job, you can find dozens of easy online tutorials that can help you get started.

Web development is usually outsourced by companies and businesses in Nigeria and it’s therefore an area where finding work should be easy.

Keep in mind that there are plenty of freelance web developers out there who can give you a run for your money. It’s important to find your niche, build a good reputation and keep your pricing reasonable.

9. SEO Specialist Jobs.

A Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Specialist analyzes, reviews and implements changes to websites so they are optimized for search engines. This means maximizing the traffic to a site by improving page rank within search engines.

A modern specialist must be a problem solver and decision maker, with the ability to prioritize and develop relevant and engaging content.

SEO Specialists in Nigeria a paid big by businesses looking to get traffic and sales referrals from search engines like Google and Bing.

10. Virtual Assistants.

Entrepreneurs, professionals and small teams often need assistance with various administrative tasks.

These could include scheduling meetings, getting in touch with clients and investors, following up on orders, creating business documents like PowerPoint presentations and Excel sheets, managing blogs, and websites, etc.

Becoming a Virtual Assistant can entail some degree of training or briefing, depending on your qualifications. However, if you have good communication skills and are capable of using applications like MS Office you can easily get started.

Olamide Oladele by name also a student of Federal University Oye Ekiti studying Computer Science. I’m a passionate blogger that loves reading and writing, business minded with solution to complete financial tips. Welcome to www.slideup.com.ng

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Advertisement

Trending

Trending2 days ago

MAD OOO!!! How I Caught My Cheating Boyfriend With A Pack Of Condom – Lady Recounts

Twitter user shares how a lady tacitly caught her boyfriend cheating on her using a bizarre strategy.The social media user...

Trending2 days ago

Davido’s Babymama Sophia Momodu Reacts To Davido’s Declaration Of Chioma’s Son As His ‘Heir

Nigerian singer, Davido’s first baby mama Sophia Momodu has reacted to the declaration made by David pertaining to his heir...

Trending2 days ago

“Madam it’s okay” – Fans Tell Iyabo Ojo To Take A Break From Baba Ijesha’s Saga

Nigerian actress, Iyabo Ojo has become the topic of discussion on the streets of social media.It’s looks as if some...

Trending2 days ago

Bill Gates And Melinda Gates Mutually Decided To Divorce After 27 Years

The world richest man, Bill gate and his wife has both decided to walk seperate ways in their marriage.Accordding to...

Trending4 days ago

CCTV evidence shows Baba Ijesha is guilty; Nigerians Demand For Justice To Be Served!

In a new development, CCTV footage which shows embattled Nollywood actor, Baba Ijesha, molesting his victim, has been shared online....

Entertainment5 days ago

CONGRATULATIONS! Kizz Daniel Welcomes A Set Of Twins On His 27th Birthday

Popular Nigerian singer, Kizz Daniel took to his Instagram page to announce the birth of his twins, Jelani and Jalil...

Trending7 days ago

How to check airtel phone number

How to check airtel number Hello guys and welcome to www.slideup.com.ng I will be making a simple tutorial about how...

Politics3 weeks ago

BREAKING: Yoruba leaders storm Ibadan, demand Oduduwa Republic [PHOTOS]

Thousands of youths, women and leaders of Yoruba race are currently occupying some streets in Ibadan in demand for Oduduwa...

Politics3 weeks ago

APC announces date for Anambra governorship primary

The All Progressives Congress (APC) says it will hold its primary election for Anambra governorship election on June 26. The...

Trending2 months ago

Moment two University students fought dirty over sugar daddy (Video)

A video serving rounds on social media has captured the moment two female University students fight dirty over their sugar...

Make money online

Advertisement

Editorial Picked

%d bloggers like this: