5. Interior Designer
Interior design specialises in home design, planning, and renovation. One really needs to have an eye for aesthetics, as the appearance of a space needs to stand the test of time. In addition, practicality of use is considered, so you need to be flexible. If you have these qualities, perhaps you can be a great interior designer!
Photography, like interior design, requires an eye for aesthetics and beauty as well as skills. For skills, there are a lot of online short courses that you can take; some photography classes are even free! You can practice photography and specialise in a specific field, like wedding or birth photography.
Working in the culinary field may require long hours and strict schedules, but if you choose to turn your passion for food into a business, you may be able to work at your preferred pace. You can take orders whenever you’re free and impose a specific allowance of time for you and your staff to work on them.
This may be a surprising entry on this list, but, just like project and human resource managers, the development of online software has also made accounting and bookkeeping a flexible and even possibly remote job. You need to be a graduate of a diploma course, but there are many schools and universities that offer it.
1. Website Developer
Now that almost every business is developing its own website, being a website developer is an in-demand job that can be done freelance. You can accept projects and work at your own pace as long as you’re staying within the deadline. You may also partner with a graphic designer and put up your own firm!