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100K On The Couch – Popular Remote Jobs

Many people are getting fed up with the 9 to 5 lifestyle these days. Who wants to sit in an office when you don't even need to leave the couch.

It has just come to my attention that a lot of freelance professionals are now making £100,000 pounds a year or more by doing so called "remote jobs."

In other words, they make the big bucks without even have to leave the house, many times sitting in their underwear all day at the kitchen table.

Of course, nobody can guarantee that you can do the same, and it really does depend on what skills and talent you bring to the table, so to speak.

An estimated 4 million Brits now work from home according to a new study, which has been made possible in recent years because of fast internet speeds which means almost everybody is connected and available..even though you might have your feet up on the couch.

That is what attracts many people to freelance remote jobs. The ability to do the work when you want to, rather than have to be up at a set time every morning. If you want to get up at lunch then fine...as long as you get the work done.

So what kind of remote jobs are people doing anyway? One popular job is sales, with many freelancers working on sales plans, giving presentations to a board of directors, and selling products...all from their laptop at home. Years ago this wouldn't have been possible, but now it is.

Another job is IT freelancer, where you can work in areas such as software, IT security and programming...without having to leave the house. No need to set the alarm clock, but you can still make over 100k. Sounds good to me.

If you like to be in control then why not consider becoming a project manager as a remote job. This way, you get to coordinate, assign tasks, give direction, organise, and support your team, all while sitting in your garden or relaxing at the kitchen table.

Want even more more high paying remote jobs...how about senior business analyst? If you like to analyse business and you are good at it, then many companies are prepared to pay good money for your skills, and they don't care if you do it all from your couch with the TV on in the background.

Some senior business analysts make around £140,000 a year, which is not bad considering they don't have to commute every day.

One remote job that has become very popular among freelancers in recent years is senior accountant, where typical tasks involve looking at things like costs, margins, expenses, and productivity for companies from all over the world.

If you can do something like this while relaxing at home then why not give it a go? More freelance professionals are doing these kind of remote jobs, and there is no reason why you can't as well.

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