What is a good remote job for a person with a HS degree?

What is a good remote job for a person with a HS degree? Or is that impossible I want to be able to live in a developing country while making a somewhat decent wage compared to that of locals, Is this just a fantasy or is it possible?

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What is a good remote job for a person with a HS degree?
    What’s an HS degree? You don’t mean high school diploma, do you? Because unless your first language is German high schools don’t grant degrees.
    > I want to be able to live in a developing country while making a somewhat decent wage compared to that of locals, Is this just a fantasy or is it possible?
    If you’re just a high school graduate with no degree at all, it’s almost certainly just fantasy if only because of immigration laws—it’s rare to be allowed to live somewhere without either a local job, not often available without a degree, or a lot of money. I guess there are a handful of digital nomad-friendly visas out there now, perhaps to increase, but they don’t seem all that appealing.

    What do you do now?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >What do you do now?
      stay in my home country I was thinking about being a digital nomad in like Paraguay or something but idk I heard that you needed like 5k in a Paraguayan bank to get a permanent residence visa.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Why the fuck Paraguay?

        You're going to have the same problems you have back home no matter where you go. Just learn to wait and develop some job skills before going around the world, you'll have a much better timr.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >What do you do now?
        >stay in my home country
        I meant what do you do for work, obviously, and the fact that you ignored that suggests that I have just taken your bait. But in for a penny, in for a pound, I suppose.

        To elaborate on my previous question: Do you have/have you ever had a job? If so, what is/was it, and do you want to do more of it? Do you have any skills?
        For that matter, do you have any interests, apart from being interested in having slightly more money than your neighbors?

        Again, I think it’s unlikely that most countries are going to let you in to stay long-term without some combination of education, qualifications, and money.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I was thinking about being a digital nomad in like Paraguay or something but idk I heard that you needed like 5k in a Paraguayan bank to get a permanent residence visa.
        Wow. What a barrier to entry.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          sounds impossible ngl. might as well just focus on high school classes.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      the words for what you get after high school and university is probably just different in english

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >the words for what you get after high school and university is probably just different in english
        The words are different in at least six languages I can think of; my bigger confusion is really whether OP means he’s only finished secondary school or done something beyond that when he says HS. “High school” in the USA is secondary school, something people typically finish at around age 18 before going on to get degrees at what are called colleges or universities, if they do; meanwhile, a Hochschule (literally ‘high school’) in the German-speaking world is somewhere people go after they’ve finished secondary school, where they typically acquire professional qualifications and/or experience.

        And for all I know, when OP says HS degree he means a university degree in some subject I’ve never seen abbreviated that way (Health Sciences? Human Services?).

        So the degree or no degree issue isn’t as important as the fact that I just don’t understand how much education OP actually has.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Nobody calls a Hochschule "high school", HS in this context means completion of whatever education for teenagers without dropping out.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Don’t listen to this loser. Losers love to put people down.

      I’d look into getting TOEFL certified

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Join an insurance company. Become valuable in the company and then use this as leverage to tell them you will not work in their company unless they meet your terms (i.e going to another country to work remotely).

    Source : my friend did that

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    you can still earn enough to live on doing drop shipping/amazon affiliate.
    you need to invest the time though.
    plan to spend atleast 30 hours a week working for atleast the first few months.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    it's not a fantasy and depends on how educated you are.

    education and intelligence will get you these things. It may take years, godspeed.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >education and intelligence will get you these things. It may take years, godspeed.

      this. i don't know why you fags think you can just waltz into a lifestyle that so many people want without putting in the groundwork.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    be like andrew tate and run a harem of romanian camwhores

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Fantasy for you. Relocating on a long-term basis is going to have an upfront cost in the thousands.

    I would say "learn frontend web dev", but things aren't looking so hot for tech right now.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      they're fine if you're not a lazy retard

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you have to ask then none

      why frontend? Backend devs here does nothing most of the time, when there is finally some work to do its either very simple or challenging but actually interesting design work. Frontend is always the same and as all know most difficult part of frontend is setting up your project

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >le front end is easy epic meme
        Tell me how I know you’re not a competent dev without telling me you’re not a competent dev
        I do full stack and most backend only guys are in complete denial about how much harder backend is. Most backend devs are useless at modern front end work, idk why you retards have to always start a pissing contest. You never see front end devs talking about how much harder their shit is than backend, it’s purely a backend little man syndrome

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >full stack
          how about i stack my hairy nuts on your forehead?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          duh front-end is harder, they can't even write code and developed these shitty company internal frameworks that you have to deal with.

          >create 3 page website
          >it's in react for godknows what reason
          >code is not even legible
          >in-fact there's not even really a specific format for react so all the website's code reads differently

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            i'll take 10,000 lines of good C over fucking react jfc

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    All I have is High School education. I do contract network security work with what I learned from literal Udemy courses. Made a portfolio, started with free / low-pay work, built from there. Made 400K this year.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Could you please recommend specific Udemy courses?
      Also are you a sole proprietor, LLC or do you have a different arrangement for contracts?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        > specific courses
        I took over 20 courses, starting with just searching the "fundamentals" type of courses under network security, cybersec, pentesting, AWS certs, etc.

        Sole proprietor

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anon, rather than give you the fish for once, i'll teach you how to fish :

    ask yourself if you can get a decent paying job with a high school degree at home to start with, then ask yourself if that job would be easy to get abroad, i.e ask yourself the following :

    >Is it a remote job ? If so, am I willing to visa run and work abroad while pretending i'm a tourist on a constant visa run while getting fucked over with foreign exchange rates whenever i'm withdrawing money ?
    >Is it a job many locals can do ? e.g engineering in china or food service in vietnam ?
    >if it is, what do I bring to the table ? (years of experience, niche specialization such as french cuisine to keep with the food service example)
    >can I apply a "white worship" bonus to the job i'm doing ? (applies only if you're white and it's a service oriented job such as teaching or selling shit)
    >Are there many locals that can compete with me knowing all these factors ?
    >Do you have money ? (very important if you want to get your own company there)
    >Do you have a bachelor's degree ?(very important for many countries that require it for a work visa)

    If you've answered "yes", "no" and "no" to the last three questions, an expatriation is nigh impossible. Consider working holiday visas if possible. If not and you're from an anglo country, a TEFL certification and teaching english is pretty much the only way to go. Some countries ask for a bach, some don't. good luck.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Is it a remote job ? If so, am I willing to visa run and work abroad while pretending i'm a tourist on a constant visa run while getting fucked over with foreign exchange rates whenever i'm withdrawing money ?
      You make this point sound like it's a big deal. Moving between countries is fun at first, and by the time it gets boring you'll have a shortlist of places you want to live and you'll know what's necessary to live there. And nobody gets fucked over with FX rates unless they're really unlucky and Wise and pre-paid low/no fee credit cards aren't available in their home country.
      The rest of your points are fair, but OP asked specifically about getting a remote job so they can putter around developing countries.

      https://i.imgur.com/LRcYsDr.jpg

      What is a good remote job for a person with a HS degree? Or is that impossible I want to be able to live in a developing country while making a somewhat decent wage compared to that of locals, Is this just a fantasy or is it possible?

      Unlike the anon above, I'm going to toss you a tiny fish instead of teaching you to fish. Go on Indeed and look for remote data entry jobs. The pay will be crap but they're a dime a dozen and it will pay you enough to live in developing countries.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Lol I'm from a south american country with only high school and I make $15 an hour doing help desk. That is enough to travel anywhere outisde of the US/western europe.

    It is hard, but not impossible, you just have to apply to the right places and get lucky.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      literally more than i made doing help desk in america whatthefuck.

      I was an 'intern' and they offered me $20 after 6 months but I quit. Meant I could do whatever I wanted and even not show up at all.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It is for an american small company.
        Most americans who work there are complete retards (I'm talking less than 100 iq can't reset a password retard) and make more than me.

        You can easily get $20-25 an hour if you are a non retarded american.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Vietnam. It's got that traveling under the smoke screen business model that's strong and vigorous. And the people and food are awesome.

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