Top 11 work at home jobs for college students

As a college student, you might need to do numerous different things to survive College. You need to study, go to class, party, finish all kinds of various tasks, and you might also need to get some work done in order to be able to pay for everything college related. This is a thought thing to do, might even be at a level ‘ITS OVER 9000’, so, here we created a list of some of the cool places where you can work from home get paid and save time for all the other activities

11.Hubstaff Talent

Hubstaff Talent is a free platform where businesses and freelancers can connect, there are no markups and no fees involved for either party. Once you create your profile, businesses can discover you based on a number of different search criteria, including experience, skill, location or availability. If a potential employer feels you’d be a good fit for their team, they can contact you directly – no middlemen involved.
You can also browse through hundreds of remote positions on the Hubstaff Talent Remote Job Board and apply for the careers that interest you, again, all for no charge.

10. is a platform that connects companies with women in tech, marketing, sales and any job that can be done remotely. This is a recently new website that is launched in 2014 by two women who are on a mission to connect work-at-home women to high-tech positions and have them work remotely. The site is also suitable and recommended for college students. Although it is pretty new, it seems to have an excellent potential.


9. Linkedin

Linkedin is another fantastic place to find any kind of work, but with this search you can find jobs that you can work from home remotely. Here also, you have to search a bit more to find a flexible job.


8. RemoteOK

RemoteOK is another place to find remote work that is targeted mostly towards tech, web developers, mobile developers but also there are non-tech jobs, like marketing, design, writing. RemoteOK is an aggregator for remote jobs, and you can use it as a search engine for finding remote jobs online.

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7. Skip The Drive

Skip the drive is another awesome website where you can find freelance jobs, work from home jobs, part time or full-time work. This service is free, and it does not even require registration. Skip the drive is still not very popular and doesn’t have much job postings, but it is still a nice place to find a freelance job.

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6. is a great place to work from home. At Flexjobs, you can get jobs from everywhere, all jobs are legit, and there are no scams. Flexjobs is a site that collects job postings for flexible and telecommuting jobs. They search for the jobs, so you do not have to. They offer telecommuting part-time, flextime and freelance jobs.

However, some of the jobs are not telecommuting positions. Many of the jobs are local, in-office jobs with flexible schedules, which is not bad if you live in that area. There is a lot of competition on this site, and for many members it is hard to land a job because the odds are not in your favor, thousands of people are competing for one position. Flexjobs is not free; you have to pay a fee ranging from $14.95/month to $49.95/year. If you are good at web research, you can probably find those jobs without going to this website and paying for their service, but if not, this might be a good choice for you.


5. WeWorkRemotely

We work remotely is another good place to find good paying jobs that aren’t’ restricted by commutes or a particular geographic area. The site is sponsored by Remote, the book by famed 37signals founders, the job board lists all of the remote positions from customer service to web design to programming.

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4. Angellist

Angellist is an excellent way to start working with an amazing startup. One great thing about Angellist is that there is no middleman, you directly apply to the jobs for the startups, and you can work remotely from anywhere. Highly recommended, although many of the jobs are full-time, you can find some part time work.


3. Amazon

Sometimes has Work-at-home positions available for qualified individuals who live in particular areas.


2. Fiverr

Fiverr is one of the most fantastic places to do some work as a college student. How does Fiverr work? You offer gigs, things that you can do for $5 or more. Client finds you on Fiverr, hire you for a project and you start working on it. I highly recommend Fiverr for any college student, because you can offer small services that you can finish in 15-30 minutes and is one of the most flexible ways to work online. The market on Fiverr is huge, many people are looking for things to be done for them, and there are millions of people offering their services. The services on Fiverr range from graphic design, online marketing, writing and translation, video and animation, voice talents, and absolutely anything. I actually got a couple of gigs for 5 dollars the first day that I signed up, where I got an offer from a client to make photographies from my town and a video review in German. Many people work full time on Fiverr and make a huge amount of money by getting lots of gigs that they can finish fast. We highly recommend Fiverr for jobs for college students.


1. Upwork

Upwork is the best online platform for finding freelance work from home jobs. It is the biggest and highest quality freelancing platform on the Internet, with tens of thousands job postings every day from people from all around the world. You can read our full review of Upwork here. I actually got the job for this blog from Upwork and i recently became a Top Freelancer on Upwork and my freelancing career has skyrocketed.


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