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There are several digital jobs Nigerians can take advantage of while the country gradually works its way out of the current nose-diving economy. Some of the most common online skills that can be leveraged on digitally are:

  • Online Teaching

Education is along the things affected by the outbreak of the COVID – 19 virus. Since the beginning of the year, students at all levels have been asked to stay at home. This has hindered learning at various levels. Students alongside their teachers have missed out on learning.

Therefore, if you are good at your job as a teacher you can take advantage of the online marketplace and earn a decent amount of money as you engage students in keeping up with the school calendar. However, to be successful in online teaching, you need to be an expert. You can make use of social platforms such as Skype and other platforms to instruct students from home.

  • Writing and Translation

For those who are experts in various languages, you can earn good money by translating various texts into other languages. People are in constant need of translators especially in companies with global branches. Translating a memo from one language to another is necessary.

There are lots of advantages to gain from this job. It is flexible when it comes to hours spent, location is flexible too. Writing is also a great service to render online. This is like being a visual assistant. Companies are in constant need of virtual assistants all the time.

  • Copywriters and Editors

These jobs involve writing original content that gets the attention of the target audience as well as meet the requirements of clients. Copywriter can register on any of the freelance websites mentioned above and earn passive income.

Other freelancing jobs include video editing and social media managers.

Conclusion

The outbreak of COVID – 19 and the eventual order to stay at home have made life difficult. It has also made businesses and earning a living hard for lots of people around the world. Therefore to overcome this challenge, there is a need for invention, and innovative solutions. Hence, it is essential many people get creative with the process of earning a living. The best way to go about this is to engage in digital jobs also called freelancing.

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