Work from Home Jobs for Felons
Have you gotten into some trouble in the past and now you’re a felon? Those who have committed felonies may find it particularly difficult to find employment and even more tough to find legitimate work from home jobs. Until now! Check out these 18 work from home jobs for felons:
- Amazon Mechanical Turk
- Fancy Hands
- Shopify (start your own online store)
- WordPress (start your own blog)
- Demand Studios
- Slice the Pie
Work from home Jobs By Category
Freelancing: With freelancing you are using your skills to perform tasks for clients. This can include designing a logo, managing social media, consulting a web business, writing blog posts, designing an ebook cover, etc. Freelancing is an excellent source of income and great because it’s flexible and there’s potential to make a lot of money. Here are the opportunities that fall into the freelancing category:
Both are freelance job banks. You register (free) and complete your profile which includes uploading a profile photo, writing some information about your skills, background, etc. You can start booking work the same day you apply.
Microgigs: These are micro tasks that you do for income. They are usually simple tasks that pay low (a few cents to around $20 per task). Don’t let the low pay fool you though, microgigs can allow you to make a full time income. This blogger actually makes over $20K per quarter on sites like these (below). Check them out:
- Mechanical Turk
- Slice the Pie (get paid to listen to music)
- Mindswarms (surveys)
- Ejury (become an ejuror)
Customer service: These jobs involve some form of customer relationship management/support. Examples include chat jobs, email support, appointment setting, etc.
Transcription work: Are you a fast, accurate typist? Do you have a love for attention to detail? If so, consider transcription work. You listen to an audio file and type what the speaker’s are saying. Easy! You can make thousands per month doing this.
Teaching: You can be a course instructor teaching a skill. Some examples: computer programming, blogging, making money online, social media growth, growth hacking, etc.
Selling goods/services: Have you always wanted to have your own store? You can sell products or services online. Some ideas: clothing, printables, home decor, stationary, mugs, t-shirts, etc.
Writing: You can create copy for brands like the contents of an ebook, ghostwriting a novel, writing short stories, magazine articles, etc. I have done this off and on for years and absolutely love it!
There you have it friends, 18 work from home opportunities for felons, no background check required. Have some jobs to add to the list? Comment down below to share!