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What are the jobs that PwDs can do remotely/ from home? Part One

By, The Say Foundation Team
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If you're a differently abled person looking to work from home, there's good news: you can do many jobs remotely.

There are many organizations that hire persons with disabilities (PwDs) to work from home. These include businesses, non-profits, and government agencies. Jobs range from administrative support to becoming a voice artist.

In this article, we'll explore some of the jobs that PwDs can do remotely for different kinds of organizations.

1. Transcription Jobs

Transcription jobs are great for persons with disabilities who want to work remotely because they can be done from anywhere with an internet connection. This means that PwDs who may not be able to leave their homes can still find work and earn an income.

There are a variety of transcription jobs available, so there is likely to be one that suits your skills and interests. Transcription jobs can vary in pay, which means you can earn a decent income working part-time hours.

One of the great things about transcription jobs is that they are often flexible, so you can work around your other commitments. This makes them ideal for PwDs who may have difficulty holding down a traditional job.

2. Writing for a blog

Writing for a blog is one of the best jobs for persons with disabilities who want to work remotely. For one, it allows them to work from the comfort of their own homes, without having to commute or travel to an office. This can be a huge benefit for those with physical disabilities or chronic health conditions that make it difficult to get out and about.

Another reason why writing for a blog is a great option for disabled workers is that it offers a high degree of flexibility when it comes to hours and working days. This can be essential for those who need to take regular medication or appointments, or who have unpredictable flare-ups of symptoms.

Finally, blogging can be an extremely satisfying and creative outlet, which can be therapeutic for people living with mental health conditions or disability-related anxiety and depression.

3. Become a voice-over artist

Becoming a voice artist is a great job for persons with disabilities who want to work remotely. Firstly, it is a very flexible job that allows you to work from home. This means that you can set your own hours and work around your disability. Secondly, voice acting is a relatively low-stress job, which can be beneficial for those with anxiety or other mental health conditions.

Another reason why becoming a voice artist is a great option for people with disabilities is that it does not require much physical ability. This means that even if you have a physical disability, you can still pursue this career option.

Voice acting also typically does not require any formal training or experience, so it is an accessible field for everyone.

4. Translation Jobs

There are a few reasons why this could be a great job for those with disabilities who want to work remotely. For starters, it is a job that can be done entirely from home, so there is no need for transportation or accommodation accommodations. Additionally, it is a flexible job that can be done on your own schedule. 

Another reason why this could be a great job for those with disabilities is that it is a relatively low-stress job. Sure, there may be deadlines and some pressure to produce quality work, but unlike many other jobs, there is no physical labour involved and no face-to-face interaction with customers or clients. 

This makes it an ideal job for those who may have anxiety or sensory issues. Translation jobs are perfect for people with limited mobility or hearing impairment. 

Stay tuned..

In our next part, we will publish 4 more jobs that PwDs can opt for as it’s very conducive to remote work that gives you a lot of flexibility as well as helps you become financially independent.

Reach out!

Let us know your thoughts on what other jobs are most suited for the PwDs - contactus@thesayfoundation.com 

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