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The remote workforce has exploded in the last few years, even before the rise of COVID-19 and it’s newfound “Unessential” workforce. In the wake of this virus, millions of people have found themselves outside of work, as their particular skill sets may not illicit “essential” status, or their jobs won’t allow them to work from home… yet. Crypto employment opportunities are available to more people than one might think. 
While programmers and developers will always sit on the front lines of this profession, artists, entrepreneurs, and even trade workers can possibly find good-paying work in the digital sphere. In fact, many of these jobs are fairly far from the beaten path, as few require degrees or job history- just proof that you can do the work desired in a satisfactory manner. Which opens up new avenues for artists and other traditionally vague freelance work. So long as you don’t mind your paycheck in cryptocurrency. Meme generation specialists, street artists, content creation, and even public speaking jobs are coming under the crypto compensation banner. If you’re flexible with which crypto you’re comfortable earning, as well as clever with social networking platforms like Facebook and Reddit, you can get paid purely by posting random things that others are interested in.