10 Ways for Disabled Veterans to Make Money OnlineĀ 


The internet has opened up a world of possibilities. If you are a disabled veteran and are looking for a way to make money online, you have a ton of options. Now, there is no need to go to a physical office or another location to work. Instead, you can work from home or on the go. This means that your disability will not prevent you from finding work. So, what are you waiting for? Letā€™s take a look at the 10 ways through which disabled veterans can make money online.

Plus, if needed, there are always Grants for disabled veterans.Ā  They can help with extra education to support your new challenge or even home expenses while you transition to this new way of working. Let’s take a look…

    1. Virtual Bookkeeper

One of the easiest ways to earn money online is by working as a virtual bookkeeper. It is very easy and does not require much effort. There are plenty of virtual bookkeeping jobs that you can look up. If you had studied basic bookkeeping back in college, it is the perfect fit for you. Moreover, companies are always excited to hire disabled veterans and play their part in fostering a better and more equal society. Hence, you should consider applying for virtual bookkeeping jobs.

    1. Freelance Writer

Do you have a way with words? If you spent your time writing letters back and forth while in the army, it is about time that you put your writing skills to the test by working as a freelance writer. It is a rewarding job that will allow you to think about something new all the time. There is no reason for you to limit your earning perspective if you are disabled. Freelance writers have the freedom to work from anywhere. Therefore, you can work from home.

    1. Online English Teacher

Since English is a universal language, there is always a demand for English teachers. Students from around the world are interested in paying huge fees to get the opportunity to learn from a native English speaker. If you do not mind teaching others English, you can make money working as an online English teacher. Keep in mind that you will need to be flexible in terms of timing as students will be located in different parts of the world.

    1. Life Coach

Another great way to make money online is by working as a life coach. Being a disabled veteran takes a lot of willpower. Thus, it might be best if you taught others how you get things done. We live in a time where people could really use a life coach to help them navigate through life. Life coaches earn a lot of money. You can look up platforms online where life coaches can find gigs or you can launch your website or make use of Zoom to host sessions and charge accordingly.

    1. Virtual Assistant

Companies are always on the lookout for a virtual assistant to help deal with all the office tasks including managing schedules, booking flights, making reservations, basic data entry, responding to emails, and so on. The job pays well and you do not need to even get out of your bedroom. Research predicts that the number of virtual assistant jobs available is only likely to increase. This means that you should have no trouble finding a suitable company or individual to work for.

    1. Proofreader

Proofreaders earn a good amount of money for going through the content and making corrections. Disabled veterans have a great opportunity to earn money online by working as a proofreader. If you have strong linguistic skills and can correct punctuation and grammatical mistakes, it might just be the ideal job for you. Hence, you should look up jobs for proofreaders. You are bound to find one that suits your requirements and pays well.

    1. Freelance SEO Executive

SEO stands for search engine optimization. If you know about SEO or have studied it, you can make money out of it by working freelance as an SEO executive. Companies require SEO executives to help them improve their ranking and boost online traffic. Help companies reach their SEO goals and get rewarded for it. The pay for SEO executives is quite high. It is a job that will help you pay the bills and more. Besides, working as an SEO executive can be very fun as you will get to apply the latest SEO techniques and do some research.

    1. Blogger

Bloggers actually make a decent living blogging about things that they are passionate about. If you are not that interested in the abovementioned jobs, you can consider becoming a blogger full-time. Before you get started, it is important that you realize what your passions are. Then, create a website and start sharing content. The more views you get the more you will earn through Google AdSense. In addition to this, you can always collaborate with companies to boost your earnings.

    1. Social Media Influencer

Social media has taken over the world. It has resulted in social media influencers propping up in just about every field. Regardless of what your interests might be, you can cash in on them. Companies hire social media influencers to help them reach their target audience and achieve desired social media marketing goals. If you have many followers on social media and a unique voice, companies will pay you to work with them to create fresh content and promote it on your social media account.

    1. Online Translator

Veterans are more likely to speak an additional language as compared to civilians. If you studied another language while in the army, it is time that you made money through it. There are many jobs for online translators. Whether you learned French, Russian, Urdu, Mandarin, or Persian, you can work as an online translator and get paid good money. Besides, it will allow you to use the language once again.


Once you have gone over this post, you will realize that there are many ways through which disabled veterans can make money online. There is no need to limit your earning potential. Hence, you can even try earning through multiple ways.


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