Unlike baby boomers and other generations that existed before, Millennials also known as generation Y are eminent for being pretty down to earth, multitasking, social and tech savvy. They have more propensity towards entrepreneurship says CEO of America’s SBDC Charles “Tee” Rowe. So, if you as a part of this millennial generation are zealous in starting a business, here are 10 smart, in fact, best small business opportunities that millennial generation can run from home:
Known as the well-educated generation and extremely erudite about the use of social media platforms, millennials are less likely to find difficulty to flourish in blogging.
Millennials, being educationally advanced generation, are also an advantage of establishing their selves as reputed freelance writers to write articles of high quality for online media sources and another vast number of bloggers.
If recording videos is something that you love in your leisure time, then vlogging(video blog) is a powerful way to make a fistful of dollars from ads displayed by Google on your videos.
4. Web developer
Millennials who have learned coding skills can make a jump in the web development industry to create visually attractive websites for clients.
5. Graphic designer
A successful career in graphic designing is destined to fall in your card if you are born creative and have familiarity with some basics of design.
Millennials with a good technical understanding of photography might help people record the best moments during weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, etc.
7. Dog Walker
You might take pride in dog walking to make sure dogs of families who often leave for holidays receive all-natural treats from feeding to medications.
Whether it’s the paucity of time or laziness, many small business owners often need help in recording financial affairs. So, if you are a lover of maths, bookkeeping might prove a perfect match for you.
9. Private tutor
Given their educational richness, millennials would even find tremendous success in private tutoring domain.
10. Social media influencer
If you have a powerful engagement with a large pool of followers on Facebook, Twitter, etc like social media networks, you may hit the radar of brands as a social media influencer to help them build new customer relationships.