9 Millennial-Friendly Jobs You Can Do In Your Underpants
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Fellow millennials, if there’s one misnomer we’re sick of hearing it’s that we’re lazy. Sure, we love our avocado toast and we have enough student loan debt to bankrupt a small country, but we do bring passion to our work. And we’re clever with our jobs.
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So, if you’re looking for the perfect side hustle, look no further. We have the perfect millennial-friendly jobs, because, well, you can do them in your underpants.
Everyone needs a great writer. Whether it's blog upkeep, website copy, eBooks or print, solid content creation is always in demand. In fact, I'm writing this article in my underpants right now.
Can you create a website? Congrats. You can easily earn nearly $70,000 a year in your underpants from any location with a WiFi connection.
Online English Teacher
This remote job is becoming more popular. It's a one-on-one online learning platform that matches kids studying English in China with teachers. If you know the difference between a preposition and an adverb, and you have a webcam chest-high, who cares if you're teaching in your underwear?
Do you really think the actors behind Sponge Bob were wearing pants? We think not.
Social Media Manager
Every business that wants to be successful in 2019 needs a great social media presence. And many times these companies need a younger pro who knows the ins and outs of the realm. That's where you come in, posting clever Facebook and Instagram posts to help marketing efforts. You charge $25 an hour. And you do it in your underpants.
Race Director For The 'Cupid's Undie Run'
Yes! You athletic types can help organize a race to help fight neurofibromatosis. And the race is always run in underwear!
Have some kids. Quit your job. And never leave the house until you take them to Disney World. Aside from the occasional swimsuit or grocery store run, you'll never have to wear pants again.
In this body-positive era, can't we all get paid to get photographed in our undies?
Sounds crazy, but some attorneys often ask for feedback on their case before it goes to trial and they depend on mock juries online while doing so. So go ahead, make $5-$150 for your opinion, and do it without pants.
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Josh Helmuth is a sports reporter in St. Louis who contributes to Mandatory.