Top 10 Highest Paying Freelance Jobs 2022

Author: Helen Rebane

01 July, 2022

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We all want to be financially independent and earn enough for not thinking about money. But how do we truly reach that goal? Well, we’re here to help you with our list of top paid remote and freelance jobs of 2022. When done right, these top money earning freelance jobs can help you make a living as a freelancer! So let’s not waste any more of your time, and jump to the:

 

Top Paying Freelance Jobs

 

What are those top paying freelance jobs that will help you reach your financial goals in a short period of time? Don’t spend too much time Googling, as we’ve compiled the list of the:

 

Top 10 Highest Paying Freelance Jobs

 

  • Web developer & Web designer

Today some of the most in-demand jobs and surely the best rewarding ones are those of the web developer and web designer. And if you do both, then you’re going to be a true gem in the industry! So quickly find some short courses on Udemy on web development and web design and start creating your portfolio!

 

  • Online teacher

Yes, yes—that’s exactly what you just read. We’re telling you that you can make a bunch of money simply by teaching. And the best part is that you don’t even have to go out of the house for that: you can become an online teacher and teach wherever you feel comfortable from. So if there’s something you’re perfect at, consider teaching it online.

 

  • Graphic designer

To become a graphic designer, you’ll need to master Photoshop skills. But, we promise it will be rewarding in the long run! Literally, financially rewarding.

 

  • Motion graphic designer

As a motion graphic designer, we suggest checking Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro.

 

  • Copywriter

As a copywriter, you simply write catchy slogans, come up with advertisement copies and sometimes take care of your clients’ landing page content. The best part is that if you’re truly good at it, you’ll learn a decent amount of money.

 

  • Content writer

Content writer is very similar to the copywriter’s position, but has a couple of differences. As a content writer you’ll be mainly asked to write longer, and more informative (rather than selling) pieces of content. Here, instead of writing two lines you might be asked to write a 2000 words-long blogpost. But then again: if you’re not much of a creative person and are more into researching, then content writing is definitely better for you.

 

  • Editor

By the way, if you’re good at writing, undoubtedly try yourself as a freelance editor!

 

  • Proofreader

A little lighter version of the editor is the proofreader: here, you’ll simply need to check for the minor grammatical and spelling mistakes of your client in a specific document.

 

  • SMM specialist

Your main responsibility will be to take care of the social media accounts of your client. Sounds fun right?

 

  • Accountant

This one is pretty specific—you can’t become an accountant without knowing what accounting is. But if you’re interested in it and have a certain background in the industry, this is the perfect choice!


That’s it for today! Let us know which freelance job you liked the most and if there was anything that we’ve missed. Thanks for reading, and good luck!

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