10 Ideal Work from Home Jobs for Disabled Veterans

Are you a disabled veteran looking for work? Worried that there are no jobs out there for you?

Well, we've got some good news. There are actually plenty of jobs that disabled persons can do, all from the comfort of their own home.

There are jobs that can provide a nice chunk of side income, or, if you are disciplined, can turn into full-time jobs.

Here's a list of 10 awesome work from home jobs for disabled veterans.

1. Freelance Writer

Have you always had a way with words? Maybe you've thought about writing as a career, but never acted on it?

Well, a job as a freelance writer may be the career for you.

The possibilities of a freelance writer are nearly endless. You could work as a blog writer, grant writer, copywriter, technical writer, etc.

There are plenty of sites out there where you can find one-time gigs, like Upwork.

Plenty of companies also look for freelance writers to develop content for their websites, or to develop reports or informative writing pieces for other businesses they work with.

If you have no formal experience under your bet, don't sweat it. Just develop a few writing samples for the industry you'd like to work with, create a small website with your portfolio, and start emailing prospective clients.

You can also use this portfolio to apply to formal writing jobs with companies if you'd like something a little more steady.

2. Customer Service Representative

If you're someone who has always worked well with others, then a job as a customer service representative may be the perfect fit for you.

As a customer service representative, you have to be outgoing and energetic, as well as a great problem solver.

Depending on what type of company you work for, you could do anything from answering billing related questions to taking reservations to providing information about services or products.

Those who are bilingual are especially sought after for these positions as well.

3. Transcriptionist

Working as a transcriptionist is another great job for disabled persons looking to work from home.

As a transcriptionist, your primary duty is to transcribe (aka type) audio and video files on a wide range of topics.

Transcriptionists can work in a variety of industries, from medical to legal to entertainment.

While some types of transcription jobs require a couple years of training, such as medical ones, others require hardly any training at all.

If you are a good typer and have good attention to detail, a job as a medical transcriptionist would be great for you.

4. Translator

If you can speak fluently in at least one other language besides English, then a career as a translator could be perfect for you.

In today's globalized world, translators are highly sought after.

You could find work translating anything from legal documents to news articles to novels. The work of a translator never gets tiring.

5. Online Tutor

Have you always dreamed about helping others learn a new subject?

If so, a job as an online tutor could be perfect for you.

You could be responsible for educating youth, teenagers, or adults, in this country or in another.

If you have an expertise in a specific subject matter, such as math, then you could easily market yourself as a tutor to math students of all ages.

Or, even as an English speaker, you can find many lucrative tutoring jobs teaching English as a second language to children and adults in other countries.

6. Etsy or eBay Seller

Are you the one who is always knitting scarves for all of your family members during the wintertime?

Did you know you could take your hobby and turn it into a side business?

If you have a knack for making crafts with your hands, then you should consider making these crafts in a more professional manner and selling them on sites such as Etsy or eBay.

Just be aware that it does take quite a bit of work to build up a steady revenue stream with this type of work.

7. Travel Agent

There's a chance that during your services, you spent sometime trotting the globe.

For former globetrotters, or those who feel comfortable finding information about travel easily, a job as a travel agent may be perfect.

As a travel agent, you will get the opportunity to help others plan vacations, excursions, and business trips.

This job is great for anyone who is a great communicator and has a passion for exploring the world.

8. Graphic Designer

Are you always doodling away on the corners of notebooks and napkins? Maybe you've always loved to draw, but never saw yourself as the starving artist type?

Enter the career as a graphic designer.

Working as a graphic designer is the perfect career for disabled veterans who have an artistic side and are looking for a steady income.

There are literally hundreds of thousands of jobs out there to work remotely for a specific company as a graphic designer, or on a freelance basis.

9. Editor

If you're someone who goes crazy when you see people mixing up their "yours" and "you're" then a job as an editor may be your calling.

Editors are those who look over and edit pieces of writing before they are sent to print.

Seeing that so many things are primarily printed online these days, it's quite easy to find editing positions where you can work from home, editing for the web.

10. Web Developer

Thousands of new websites are created every single day.

This means that there are plenty of jobs out there for web developers.

Web developers are those who create websites and applications, and they also work to maintain them.

There are many different coding courses you can take online these days to learn the skills of web development.

Work From Home Jobs for Disabled Veterans: Wrap Up

As you can see, there are plenty of work from home jobs for disabled veterans to choose from.

All you need is to know where to look for them!

We've made the process easier for you by creating a job board for vets in need of work. Be sure to check it out today.