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5 Creative Jobs You Can Do From Home

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At one point our society placed high value on how many hours you logged in the office. Increasingly though now, more and more people are opting to spend more time at home and with family. Working from home presents many benefits - from reducing/ eliminating commuting costs, more time with the kids, more personal freedom. Majority of people aren't adverse to work, however the dredges of the workplace are what results in high turnover rates. Digital globalization has broke open the doors to all sorts of new income streams for people, allowing folks to be able to work from home or wherever else they'd might like. Here is a list of 4 creative jobs you can work from home.


Photographer

Photography is one of those fields that requires the combination of skill at the craft and also skill at making the correct connections to further your craft. With more and more companies opting to use freelancers for their work, you are faced with more freedom but less security. However with such heavy, constant, never ending demand for someone with "the eye", opportunity is abundant. Depending on the work you do you can earn somewhere between $40K - 70K per year.

Craft Artist

Unlike artists who focus purely on aesthetic, craft artists create functional handmade objects such as carpentry, pottery, glassware, and textiles. There is a constant need for such work and depending on your craft average annual salary ranges from around $36K to as high as $53K.

Artist

Painters, sculptures, illustrators - those who create art for aesthetic rather than function can also enjoy the benefits of working from home. There is technically no earnings ceiling on this profession, but annual wages average out to about $49K.

Writer

If you can write well there are a plethora of work from home opportunities for you. Digital globalization and the constant need for content creation has companies and individuals all over the world hiring people for their prowess with a pen. While a degree in English, journalism and/or communication can be a huge boon, the demand for this field is so heavy that as long as you can show you can deliver the goods, then you'll be able to find work. And with a median annual salary of around $61K, it might be time to get your pencil sharpeners out.

Graphic Designer

Fire up your photoshops! There is a huge and continuing demand for people with graphic design skills. While you don't need any formal schooling to begin, and additional training or certifications that you receive are an added bonus and a bargaining chip for higher pay. Almost every industry has need for graphic design work at some point or another. And it provides for a great opportunity work at home, whether you're employed by a big firm or working freelance. Depending on what kind of work you do and who you do it for, you're looking at an annual salary ranging anywhere between $46K - 55K.

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