When it comes to launching a second career, many
seniors find that they have a knack for creating content. They may have
accumulated this talent during their service for a corporation or earlier in
high school or college.
“The State of Gig Work in 2021” - 16% of Americans have ever earned money from an online gig platform.
But now, they have the opportunity to put it to
use for online earnings. There are many different business models that you can
consider if you want to tap into your creative talent and make content for
others to consume or even use as their own.
“Earning money through these apps or websites varies by a number of factors – most notably by age, race and ethnicity, and household income. Three-in-ten 18- to 29-year-olds have ever earned money through an online gig platform, but that share drops to 18% among those ages 30 to 49 and even smaller for those ages 50 and up.”
The market is wide-open for seniors. You bring talent, drive, and wisdom to the online experience. There are seniors, like yourself who are looking for services and content from someone who understands their unique perspective.
In fact, you aren’t limited to just one business model. You can create multiple businesses that help you gain even more revenue. It’s important to choose whichever business model you feel will work best for your schedule.
Not all of them allow the same freedom in terms of flexibility and consistency. You might want to analyze each one and rank them in order of what you feel will deliver the most in terms of personal satisfaction as well as profits.
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