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  • - Yeah, I'm pretty sure that if I had known about this,

  • that this was an option, a career option back in the day,

  • I would not have spent all of that time and money

  • going to nursing school, that just, sorry (laughs).

  • It wouldn't have happened if I had known

  • you could do these sorts of things from home,

  • making more money than you do

  • actually as a nurse out on the floor.

  • That's kinda crazy.

  • So you want a job where you can make good money from home,

  • but you don't know, well, what kind of job you can get

  • or how do you specifically get the jobs that are available?

  • Hey, this is Leah Rae from Digital Trailblazer,

  • and in this video, I'm gonna give you 10, yes 10,

  • different jobs that are gonna pay at least $15 an hour

  • up to $50 an hour or more that you can do from home.

  • And here's the thing: I'm actually gonna walk you through

  • how to get the jobs, which is where

  • most of these videos fail.

  • They talk about these awesome jobs

  • that are available online,

  • but they don't actually tell you how to get the jobs,

  • and for most average folks,

  • you have no idea how to get a job

  • without a degree or any experience in the field,

  • that's kind of a catch 22, you can't get any experience

  • 'til you get a job, and vice versa, right?

  • You can't get the job 'til you get the experience,

  • so I'm gonna show you how to actually get these jobs.

  • Not just tell you what they are,

  • but walk you through how to get 'em, so stick around.

  • (mellow digital music)

  • Now back in the day, like way back in the day,

  • like before kids back in the day.

  • (heavenly harp music)

  • I mean, sorry, way back in the day,

  • before kids, I knew it was possible

  • that you could have a stay-at-home job,

  • but didn't really know how to do that,

  • and didn't really have any experience

  • that would lend itself to doing that sort of thing,

  • so if that's where you are, don't worry.

  • We're gonna help you out.

  • Over eight million people in the U.S. workforce today

  • are currently working from home.

  • Now, unfortunately, that is very skewed

  • to higher numbers of people who have college degrees are,

  • take up most of that population.

  • They're more skilled at their jobs,

  • and they have more leverage

  • in negotiating these sorts of things typically.

  • However, you can also tap into this

  • when you do it the right way

  • and you're really committed to making it work,

  • 'cause it doesn't need to be this way,

  • but personally, I don't care what kinda degree

  • you do or do not have

  • if I'm going to hire you to work for me.

  • I wanna make sure, number one,

  • that you are honest and trustworthy.

  • That is the first thing on my list if I'm gonna make a hire.

  • And number two, that you can do

  • whatever I'm hiring you to do competently,

  • so are you competent, are you honest and trustworthy?

  • That's all that a real business owner these days cares about

  • when you get out of the bureaucracy of the bigger world

  • and you're working in this whole online space

  • that we're blessed to be in.

  • So let's dive in, 10 different jobs

  • that you can make 15 to $50 an hour or more from home,

  • then we're gonna show you exactly how to get those jobs.

  • Some of these are jobs that we've already hired for

  • in our business, others are jobs that someday

  • we probably should or will hire for down the line.

  • Job number 10 is Content Repurposing Specialist,

  • and you're like, "What the heck is that?"

  • Well, it simply means that you're someone

  • that can take a content creator, like myself,

  • like some other YouTuber or blogger,

  • somebody who has an online business,

  • is an online influencer,

  • take their content and break it up

  • into other pieces of content that they can syndicate then

  • out to all of their other platforms.

  • So take their YouTube video,

  • chop it up into little pieces,

  • reformat it so that it can go up on their Instagram stories,

  • maybe picture posts where they're giving tips

  • or insights from those videos,

  • creating Facebook posts, taking their YouTube videos

  • and making blog articles out of it.

  • You can actually learn how to do this for people,

  • and it's a huge resource for them.

  • It's a time-consuming task for a content creator

  • to do themselves, and it's much nicer

  • to hire this out to somebody else.

  • Job number nine are Social Media Managers,

  • and you can actually specialize in sorta just Pinterest,

  • or Instagram, or Facebook, or whatever,

  • or you could kinda be a generalist as well

  • and have your hands in all of these things,

  • but this is someone who would help say an influencer

  • manage their social media.

  • It's a lot to handle

  • if you're trying to do multiple platforms,

  • so you maybe handle just their Instagram,

  • and their stories and their regular posts,

  • maybe reformatting or taking care of their videos

  • and putting them in IG format, whatever it is,

  • you help them manage their social media,

  • and that's a huge weight off of their shoulders,

  • and you can save them a ton of time.

  • So this is take two, 'cause I apparently can't count,

  • and have to do some of this a second time.

  • (sighs) Okay, job number eight is Launch Specialist.

  • A Launch Specialist is someone who is actually gonna help

  • a online entrepreneur manage the launch

  • of their digital product.

  • This is a very, very high paying skillset.

  • Not only will you be able to offer your services

  • to people who are gonna be doing their own launches,

  • but if you hope to someday have your own digital products

  • to promote and to offer, this is really important

  • that you learn how to do this.

  • So what does a Launch Specialist do?

  • Well when someone starts to offer a new digital product,

  • they typically do a launch, and this could be small scale,

  • and it could be very, very big,

  • where they're working with a ton of affiliates,

  • there's probably prizes involved for the affiliates,

  • and they are managing not only the sales process

  • and everything that has to get done

  • in order to start selling, but they also need to manage

  • the actual launch with the affiliates,

  • and with all of the moving parts

  • that are gonna be happening.

  • It's kind of like a project management role

  • for the launch of a new digital product,

  • so if project management-type stuff is your jam,

  • then this is a really big opportunity for you.

  • Job number seven is Graphic Designer.

  • Now, we're not just talking about

  • any old graphic design job,

  • which I'm sure you've heard of in the past,

  • but actually getting specialized, because guess what?

  • The more you specialize in something,

  • typically the more you get paid.

  • People like us, people who create their own digital courses

  • need a graphic designer

  • to create a graphic for their course.

  • They need a visualization of some sort

  • to show people when they're selling their course,

  • maybe making them look like a bunch of different CDs,

  • a box set, a book set, whatever,

  • but there are specialists who do this,

  • graphic designers who can put those together for you

  • in a really nice-looking package,

  • and folks like us will pay for that

  • because it saves us a lot of time,

  • and it's something that we need to sell a product.

  • Now, if you're not that confident yet

  • in your graphic design skills,

  • which we're gonna show you how to get,

  • but when you first get started,

  • you can definitely start with banners,

  • cover photos, and different things for social media,

  • even social media posts and putting together visual graphics

  • for influencers to use in their social media posting.

  • Number six is actually Affiliate Manager,

  • and you're like, "What the heck is an Affiliate Manager?"

  • Well, for anybody that has a digital course that they sell,

  • and they allow people to be affiliates for that course,

  • they need someone, or they have to do it themselves,

  • to actually manage those affiliates,

  • and depending on how big your program is,

  • it can be kind of intensive.

  • This is someone who can help manage anything related

  • to the affiliates that are helping promote

  • that company or that person's products,

  • so you may be running reports

  • to see who gets paid out commissions,

  • you may be managing announcements,

  • and communications that need to happen

  • back and forth with the affiliates,

  • but this might be something interesting to get into

  • if you hope to someday have your own affiliate program

  • so that you really know the ins and outs of it.

  • The number five is a YouTube Channel Manager.

  • Now, this sounds awesome, we don't currently have one,

  • but I know other big channels that do,

  • and it's really helpful, someone that helps you

  • once you've actually, the creator,

  • has created the video, this is the person that helps

  • to manage actually getting it uploaded,

  • getting all the tags,

  • everything set up, and ready and scheduled and published.

  • They can also help manage any comments,

  • or community posts,

  • or anything else on your YouTube channel,

  • so again, it takes a layer of stress,

  • it takes a layer of work off of the creator themselves.

  • They can hire someone to do that work,

  • and it helps 'em out.

  • Number four is a Customer Service Specialist.

  • Now for people, especially if they have their own products

  • that they're selling,

  • they have to deal with customer service,

  • and it can frankly be a huge headache, we've been there.

  • So it's important that they hire people

  • to help them manage customer service,

  • so any tickets or emails that come into customer service,

  • most of them are things to deal with like login issues,

  • having to reset passwords, that sort of thing.

  • Some are a little more complicated,

  • but it's really some basic stuff to get started with,

  • and so it's something that's a huge headache,

  • and just a time-consuming thing

  • for someone who creates their own product,

  • and can often be done in not much time each day,

  • so it's a great side hustle,

  • or something you can actually manage for several people.

  • Number three is Video Editor.

  • I can tell you, it is a ton of work

  • to figure out what kinda content you're gonna create,

  • create the content, and then actually edit it,

  • and then get it uploaded.

  • It just, the whole process can take a ton of time,

  • and I used to do all of it myself.

  • When we finally, finally hired an editor,

  • it was a huge weight off of my shoulders.

  • I could focus on creating better content,

  • and leave the editing side to them.

  • It was a big relief for me,

  • and allowed me to create better content,

  • and explore more of my creativity

  • and not get into that nitty-gritty,

  • so that is a great skillset to have in today's world.

  • We're in a digital era,

  • video is getting more and more popular.

  • Learning how to edit video well is a great skill,

  • so you can make a lot of money doing it,

  • and don't just think YouTube videos.

  • When it comes to video editing, it can be anything

  • from sales videos on sales pages,

  • yes, it can be different social media platforms.