Whats the quickest route for a low IQ monkey to get a remote job (or side gig) capable of traveling with?

Whats the quickest route for a low IQ monkey to get a remote job (or side gig) capable of traveling with? It doesn't have to pay a lot, $1-2k a month would be fine. And what exactly is the path for getting those jobs?

Copywriting seemed to fit the bill but did Chat GPT end that? Will Chat GPT end low tier coding jobs soon too?

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Also, about how long might it take to land a remote job after getting some IT certs or a two year degree in IT? Or is it a pipe dream to think that being a low skilled IT worker will allow you to work remote in foreign countries?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's a bit of a pipe dream at the entry level, yes.

      If you're starting from absolute scratch, helpdesk is probably your best bet and can be done remote. They usually take anyone with no or minimal IT background and train them up. Certs to concentrate on at this point would be things like A+ or Network+ for complete novices to IT. You could probably knock everything out within 3 to 6 months, including a job, if you're motivated. I'd also suggest stretching the truth on prior jobs for your resume, just something that encompasses other IT work just to give you an edge.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >t's a bit of a pipe dream at the entry level, yes.
        Googling "digital nomad reddit remote customer service/ help desk" brings up a bunch of results but it could just be confirmation bias. Otherwise, thanks for the advice

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Reddit? Did you just fricking say REDDIT? WHAT THE FRICK DID YOU JUST FRICKING SAY etc etc. Yeah it's not impossible, but with a ton of companies doing RTO now I imagine the remote helpdesk opportunities also took a hit. good luck to you anon.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Reddit
            Reddit based. What Is RTO?

            tons of applicants does not mean tons of jobs being given out.

            >tons of applicants does not mean tons of jobs being given out.
            That's what I was getting at

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              RTO is return to office. It's essentially the holocaust for us remote workers

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Copywriting seemed to fit the bill but did Chat GPT end that? Will Chat GPT end low tier coding jobs soon too?
    even if chatgpt ended it, you have access to chatgpt, what is the point of copywriting - sales
    you could utilize copywriting for your own sales

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >you could utilize copywriting for your own sales
      How could I get started with this?

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t think $1k-$2k a month is enough to travel. Most long term rentals won’t rent to you without proof of an income several times the rent and AirBnBs go for $3k-$4k per month just for a room these days.

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    its unironically over for remote work after the coof. nowadays remote jobs require remote work experience, so basically you have to be already in the club. you can be self employed, but that requires you to be self directed and self motivated which you obviously are not.

    go to community college anon. I don't care if you're forty years old, you need some skills.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >its unironically over for remote work after the coof.
      I see lots of listings on Indeed for various remote jobs but they all get tons of applicants. I saw a flyer at my local library for a remote customer service job. The pay is low, and it's probably unrelated to IT, but do you think it would help me to do that until I got some actual IT skills?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        tons of applicants does not mean tons of jobs being given out.

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Whats the quickest route for a low IQ monkey to get a remote job (or side gig) capable of traveling with? It doesn't have to pay a lot, $1-2k a month would be fine.
    some kind of sales or presales type job
    >And what exactly is the path for getting those jobs?
    go to a jobs website and search for "travel" or similar
    >Copywriting seemed to fit the bill but did Chat GPT end that?
    no. chatgpt doesn't know anything after 2021 so writing about anything new is still human only. in chatgpt's world, queen elizabeth and jerry springer are still alive and the qatar world cup hasn't happened yet
    >Will Chat GPT end low tier coding jobs soon too?
    no. chatgpt can write code that would pass a college coding assignment but it cannot write anything at the level needed to be part of an actual software product. however other ai based code tools like github copilot might have an effect

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