Work from home is the ultimate indication of freedom for many. Most especially for mothers and students who are looking for career options that are both rewarding and flexible, work from home jobs can be a fantastic, feasible option.

Finding work from home jobs in a country like Nigeria is a significant challenge for many work from home job seekers. Although the work from home culture is not yet very prevalent in Nigeria, few organizations in a bid to save some operational costs are beginning to recruit full-time remote workers in 2018.

Are you looking for an easy way to make money in Nigeria? Below we’ve got 10 great work from home jobs for stay-at-home moms and students in Nigeria.

1. Content Writer.

If content writing is your forte, then you can look at companies and website that offers freelance writing jobs for Nigerians. There is always an enormous demand for well-researched and web content, and recruiters are constantly on the lookout for professionals who can create fresh contents that attracts traffic.

Content writing is a strategic marketing approach focused on creating and distributing valuable, relevant, and consistent content to attract and retain a clearly defined audience — and, ultimately, to drive profitable customer action.

Also Read: How To Start A Profitable Business In Nigeria.

2. Social Media Consultant.

All of those hours spent on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter can finally be put to good use. Social media has become a vital component of advertising and PR for companies in many different industries. If you are a savvy social media user, you can use your skills to manage social media accounts for a business and get paid for it.

A social media consultant is essentially the eyes, ears, and voice of a company online. As a social media consultant, some of your responsibilities include raising brand awareness, delivering social media traffic to a website, attend to customer inquiries and support while keeping your company’s reputation top-of-mind.

3. Virtual Assistant.

If you are looking for an office job that doesn’t require you to go into an office, becoming a virtual assistant could be a great fit. Tasks will vary depending on the company but can include things like scheduling appointments, data entry, organizing records, email management, social media management, and editing.

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.

4. Proofreader.

Proofreading is another great part-time opportunity. With the amount of online content out there, good proofreaders are in high demand. If you have a good eye for mistakes and grammatical errors, you can earn good money from home proofreading.

Proofreaders typically are very detail-oriented and can find even the smallest of errors. As a remote proofreader, you’ll ensure consistency, check formatting, confirm facts, check grammar, and more.

5. Blogger.

Over the past decade, blog monetization has gained momentum. To monetize your blog, you can sign up for Google Adsense, which will allot you ads to place on your blog. After this, it’s a waiting game to see if your account is approved. If it is, you can continue to receive ad placements and earn a steady, if not large, income from it.

Google Adsense pays on the basis of clicks and views the ads receive. Alternatively, you can take up affiliate marketing or product sales through your blog to turn it into a money-making venture. If your blog already attracts traffic, you could enlist blog sponsors, which includes selling ad space on your blog.

Also Read: How to Start a Blog That Makes Money.

6. YouTuber.

If you’re not camera shy and you are good with a video camera, YouTube might be the right platform for you. Choose a niche subject you want to make videos on and get started, but make sure its a topic that will interest a good audience of people.

You don’t need to have professional equipment or a proper setup to record videos, a mid-range smartphone with a good camera will do the job. You need to create a YouTube channel where your videos can be seen.

7. Translator.

If you are proficient in a second language, becoming a document translator is an option you should definitely consider. Not only would this job pay more because of your unique qualifications, but it will also help you to maintain and improve your language skills.

Plenty of international businesses, scholars and authors would be willing to enlist your services for their translation needs if you can prove your proficiency. To start earning, enlist on a popular freelancing site like Upwork to get started.

8. Transcriptionist.

If you’re a good typist, you may be able to pick up a little cash from home using that skill. If you’re a really great typist, well, then you may be able to earn some good money in transcription.

Typing is obviously a key skill, but accuracy and good grammar are important as well. Transcriptionists are paid by the lines or words typed, the audio minute transcribed or, less frequently, by the hour.

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9. Online Tutor.

It’s very easy to get started with online tutoring in Nigeria. If you love teaching and looking for something that can be done from home, then online tutor jobs are best for you.

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.

10. Web Developer.

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.