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Man Lists Remote Tasks Anyone Can Do and Pays Over KSh26,000 Per Day: “Sell Your Photos Online”

By Vaseline May30,2024

  • According to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, more than 800,000 new jobs will be created in the Kenyan economy by 2023
  • President William Ruto’s government has committed to creating employment opportunities for Kenyans, with a focus on digital jobs
  • Technology expert and AI enthusiast @TechByMarkandey shared remote jobs that Kenyans can take up and earn over KSh 26,000 per day

TUKO.co.ke journalist Wycliffe Musalia has over five years of experience in financial, business and technology reporting, providing in-depth insights into Kenyan and global economic trends.

Most Kenyans are considering working from home and working remotely, either permanently or as a part-time job.

Some of the remote tasks you can do from home include taking surveys.
An illustration photo of a man working from home with his PC. Photo: Westend61.
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This followed President William Ruto’s advice to take advantage of the online job opportunities to bridge the unemployment gap in the country.

Ruto said his government is committed to improving the digital highway that will keep everyone connected to the internet.

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According to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS), Ruto’s economy will have created 848,000 new jobs by 2023.

What Online Jobs Can Kenyans Do?

@TechByMarkandey A technology expert and AI enthusiast listed remote jobs on his

Below are the five remote jobs:

1. Transcription

The transcription task involves listening to audio and converting it into a written or text version.

The man recommended using Daily Transcription, which charges an individual with capabilities that cover both general and specialized areas.

The task allows task workers to set working hours and select the tasks that are attractive.

2. Sell your photos online

The technology expert mentioned Foap, a platform that allows you to sell your photos online.

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When someone buys the quality photos on Foap, you get 50% of the sale.

3. Advertise on your phone

All you have to do is download Slidejoy, an Android app that lets you place ads on your phone’s lock screen and get paid for it.

When you open your phone you get points, which can be converted into cash or gift cards.

4. Complete surveys

The AI ​​expert also recommended taking surveys with FreeCash.

He said the platform also allows you to complete tasks, sign up for offers or play games to earn money.

Earlier, TUKO.co.ke reported on @FellMentKE, an online business strategist, who shared a list of websites that pay daily in US dollars to take online surveys.

What Ruto is doing to improve online job creation

In May 2023, Ruto said the digital space is for unemployed youth graduates who are not accommodated in the country’s labor market.

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Speaking at the launch of the Call Center International (CCI) Global Contact Center in Tatu City in Kiambu County, he said his distinguished political career was caused by the state of unemployment.

The head of state clearly stated that he understood what it felt like to be unemployed.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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