Is earning $2,000/month really that hard?
Bottom-line: I was told 80% of business fail
within 3 years - especially online - so don't even bother.
What does it take to start each of these
online businesses, and what are the pertaining salaries?
Which one is most stable/realistic?
- Resale on Ebay
- English ESL-tutoring
- Medical Billing and Coding
- Math-Tutoring (no college degree)
- steveLv 65 months agoFavorite Answer
I don't think you can with the options you give.
$2000/month would require that you were somehow qualified and going into profession that required your qualification.
I worked for 25 years for the UK government and while I got promotions and my salary crept up the most I earned after 25 years was around $1700/month.
Without a degree and going into a specialised job that requires that degree then $2000/month will be unobtainable.
- MarkLv 75 months ago
It's simple Math & if we assume You're
making $1O an hour all you need to do is
work roughly 5O hours a week to make
- darkvelvetrainLv 65 months ago
I think you would be better partnering up with an established company if you only want $2000 a month. With no degree no one will want you for math tutoring but if you got a degree, you could easily make $20 an hour with a reputable company like Varsity Tutors. Frankly, I don't expect any of.your options to be viable. It isn't 1996.
- 5 months ago
Rent could be $1,500 pcm.
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- exactdukeLv 75 months ago
Why do you keep trolling this question?? If you think it's that easy no one is going to stop you.
- Anonymous5 months ago
This is one of the last places to get a good answer on this there are a lot more opportunities online than most people notice but that's a good thing. .ESL is out for you. You realise the Chinese have brought in new regulations where you mandatory have to have a 120 hour teaching English as a second language diploma, most places prefer a degree and you have to have a police background check the government cracked down in 2018.
Of the ones you mentioned I'd say resell on ebay.
Without a degree I don't think you'd be in much demand as a tutor unless maybe you are a third year math degree student about to complete his degree. There are also a bunch of other potentially high earning online jobs you didn't mention.
- GabeLv 65 months ago
Hard as me looking at Kim Kardashian in a flesh colored bikini.
- JudithLv 75 months ago
Not if you earn at least $12 an hour and put in a 40 hour work week.
- Anonymous5 months ago
STOP TROLL. YOU WILL NEVER EARN EVEN $700 A MONTH.
- Casey YLv 75 months ago
It is hard to earn any money online...as there is a ton of competition online.