THOSE who are looking for a remote job without too many hours might be in luck.
The pandemic has resulted in a lot of changes including how Americans go about working.
Some companies are now allowing their employees to continue to work from home or are offering some hybrid flexibility.
Kristina Cors, who describes herself as a digital nomad, often offers tips through her TikTok channel.
How it works
The site helps other nomads, or folks who enjoy work-from-home-based jobs that only require them to work four days a week.
All of the jobs listed are remote and require mostly 32 hours of work a week - with importantly no drop in salary.
There are a couple of ways you can find jobs that you want.
You can search by category or use the search bar.
"If you scroll, you'll find out whether you're working eight-hour days," Kristin said.
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"And some of them are for 10 hour days"
The type of work also varies depending on your skillset.
In particular, 4dayweek features jobs in areas including engineering, data and analytics, marketing, and graphic design.
Other ways to make money online
Companies and workers have noticed the benefits of remote work, which include the improvement of productivity and a work-life balance.
Here are some great options to make some extra money online.
One of them is site testing.
Tons of website owners and big brands are looking for feedback and are willing to pay for it.
A great platform to get started on is UserTesting.
All you do is visit a website, complete tasks set by the site owner, give your feedback and then get your money.
Site testers can earn up to $60 per test, which applies to web and mobile platforms.
Online surveys are another easy way to score cash from the comfort of your couch.
There are tons of websites like Survey Junkie that will pay you for your opinion.
To start, just build your profile on their website and they match you to surveys.
Also, you could choose to take surveys or participate in focus groups.
You can decide which ones to take but just know that you'll only receive the reward listed if you complete the task.
Survey Junkie's system is based on points that can be redeemed for cash via PayPal or e-Giftcards.
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