You are probably out of high school and maybe enrolled in a higher education institution. The money you get from your parents are not enough and you seem not to get any job. you may come across several job opportunities but you do not have the sufficient skills. look no further. Below are 3 easy ways to make money as a Kenyan campus student with no skills.
- Content Writing - Content writing is the process of planning, writing and editing web content, typically for digital marketing purposes. It can include writing blog posts and articles, scripts for videos and podcasts, as well as content for specific platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. One simply needs a mobile phone or a laptop or a computer to do this job. Proficiency in English is an advantage as impeccable grammar will get you more jobs. Punctuality is essential as most jobs have deadlines. Kenya has great online sites that take in writers. The most reputable is Opera News Hub which has provided a source of livelihood for many youths.
- Transcription jobs - Transcribing is the process of turning audio into text messages. Transcription is a well-paying career with many opportunities. A transcriptionist's salary is generally around $15, while an advanced transcriptionist earns around $25 to $30 per hour. With this rate, you can easily earn $1,500 every month if you work 2.5 hours per day for 24 days. The most paying sites include Rev and GoTranscript.
- Captioning - captioning is the art of writing texts in video frames. This art is what provides subtitles in T.V programs and movies. This is quite simple as you write what you listen. Captioners earn ksh40-75 for each minute of video they caption. According to Rev, the average captioner earns $240/month. Top earners can take home as much as $1,500/month. The most paying sites include Casting words and Upwork.
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