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16+ Jobs for Pregnant Moms (100% Flexible)

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Just because you’re pregnant doesn’t mean you can’t find work.  There are a lot of opportunities out there, some of which you can start doing right now.  You don’t have to give up on your job search just yet!

In today’s guide, I wanted to talk about the many options you can consider right now if you’re planning to have a baby soon.  Almost all of these ideas allow you to work at your own pace and won’t require any heavy lifting, I promise.  Some are temporary, some are full-time, and some can even turn into a full-time adventure.  It’s up to you to decide what you want.

Whether you want to make $100 a month or much more, I try to cover all bases as I always do in my guides.  And, as always, I’m 100% honest, I never recommend garbage nor will I bombard you with spam.  I just don’t work that way.

So, with that being said, let’s jump in and see what’s available right now.

Best Jobs for Pregnant Moms


If you want to start earning money right now and want to bypass an interview process, then consider taking surveys.  Granted, it won’t make you much.  In fact, you will be lucky to make $100 a week.  If you’re okay with that number, then you may want to check out a few of my favorites, such as:

All of these sites work in the same way, wherein you can sign up and start answering questions.  As long as you fit the research company’s demographics, then you can earn anywhere from $0.25 to $10+ per survey.  In some cases, you can earn much more if you’re willing to partake via a webcam, sometimes more than $100.

All of the links provided above are 100% legit, but I have mentioned more than 80+ options in this guide as well.  Again, you won’t make a ton, but it’s a way to earn cash almost immediately.

Freelance Writer

This is a favorite of mine, and the great thing about this option is that you don’t have to be a talented writer.  In fact, look at my writing.  It’s not great, but I can freelance write and make about $0.05 to $0.15+ per word with my established clients.  However, if you’re just starting out in the field, you may be closer to the $0.01 to $0.03 per word range, but don’t let it discourage you as this number can increase as you use the platforms and network.  It’s a decent way to make money as you go.

This is a topic I have covered in depth in the past, and I recommend you check it out, as I have mentioned a ton of freelance writing websites, most of which hire rookies.  If you don’t want to take the time to check it out, that’s okay!  Here are a few I recommend if you’re just starting out:

There are many more than just this, of course.  Again, be sure to check out the many guides I have written on this topic to get you started if you’re interested in writing.


Becoming an online transcriptionist is a very popular online job, and it’s one that can provide you with a decent side income.  And, the great thing about it is that most companies don’t require a lot of experience; they just want to see if you type at least 40+ WPM and can accurately type what you hear.  The requirements aren’t much, I promise.

There are a lot of companies out there, many of which hire rookies, so I do recommend you check out my 40+ companies that are hiring transcriptionists right now.  Some of your more popular options include:

Personal Shopper / Food Delivery

I’m not sure how much work you’re going to want to do, but delivering food and/or groceries can be one to consider.

The nice thing about these gigs is that you can work whenever you want and you can accept the jobs you want.  Since everything is sent to you ahead of time, it’s up to you as to whether or not you want to take the job.  This can give you a lot of flexibility.

I have done these jobs for years now and find it to a be a great way to gross $20+ per hour easily in my free time.  Once you learn your market, you can earn even more.

For now, start with the bigger names like DoorDash, Uber, and Instacart.   There are many more, however, all of which you can see covered in this guide.

Customer Support Representative

As a customer support representative, you will more than likely have to commit to a job, per se, but most companies allow you to pick your schedule, so that’s nice.

As a customer support representative, it will be your job to field calls or to answer queries via email, text and/or social media.  In short, it will be your job to communicate with a customer and help them resolve any problem they may have.

To qualify for this job, most companies just ask that you have a dedicated landline and a quiet atmosphere, that’s about it.

This is yet another topic I have researched in depth, so be sure to check out a HUGE list I created in the past.


This one is so broad, but I wanted to point it out as there are so many ways to freelance online.  I mean, take a look at this graphic to see what’s needed out there:

This is just a portion of what’s available, and even if you don’t feel you have the skills necessary, you can learn most of what’s mentioned above pretty quickly using online educating platforms like Udemy.  A college degree isn’t required, I can promise you that.

Freelancing won’t make you money immediately, but once you build your portfolio and prove yourself with your online ratings, then you may find yourself with more work than needed.

For now, what I recommend is that you check out the many YouTube videos that get you started in the industry you’re interested in as well as Udemy as mentioned.  If you’re not sure where to start, maybe consider graphic design, bookkeeping or video editing as these are all very popular options in today’s market.

There are so many resources out there that it would be near impossible for me to mention them all in one paragraph.


For this option, I do recommend you at least have a bachelor’s degree, and of course, knowledge in the field you want to tutor in.  Generally, your STEM fields are the most in demand. This isn’t required for all platforms, however.

The great thing about tutoring is that there are so many great options that allow you to tutor on your time.  Best of all, the options I mention are 100% virtual, so this means you don’t have to leave your home.

I did write about more than 20+ companies that pay up to $50+ per hour, so I do recommend you at least check it out.  I have a lot of reputable companies on this list.  Each have its requirements, but I promise you that there will be at least one company you may be interested in.

Teach English

Like tutoring, this is a decent option as well, but you will need a bachelor’s degree 90% of the time.

With this option, you will help children, sometimes adults, learn the English language, usually those who live in China.  The company provides you with the materials and it will be your job to teach it, usually in a 1-1 setting.

If this sounds like something of interest and you don’t have a degree, refer to this guide; however, if you do have a degree and want to know of your options, refer to these 30+ companies to see which ones are hiring right now.

Test Websites

As long as you’re comfortable speaking on a webcam while visiting a website/app, then this is a great way to make $10~ per test, sometimes much more.

The great thing about this option is that you get to work at your own pace and you can choose the jobs you want.  Best of all, you can start almost immediately after you fill out a simple application.

There are a lot of companies that offer this opportunity, and you can find out more about them here.

Virtual Assistant

As a virtual assistant, you’re just that — an assistant to someone.  Picture it almost like an administrative assistant in the office, only that it’s virtual.

Granted, this type of job is very competitive as a lot of people overseas often compete for the job, but it doesn’t mean you can’t find a gig.

What I recommend is that you take my quick virtual assistant course to show you what you can make, how to apply as well as what you’re responsible for.  It’s free to view and no downloads are required.

Data Entry

This one isn’t as exciting, but hey, it’s another popular job you can do from home.  Like being a virtual assistant, this is also a competitive space as many foreigners apply to these jobs and often win the bid since they can often undercut Americans by more than 90%.

Simply put, data entry is taking data from one area and inputting it into a database of sorts.  For example, you may be asked to read a scanned piece of paper and will need to insert the data into an Excel sheet, etc.

The work is monotonous and doesn’t pay much, maybe minimum wage if you’re lucky.  However, it’s one to consider as it would be ideal if you’re pregnant and want to work from home.

Be sure to refer to my 18+ entry-level data entry jobs post if it’s something of interest.

Search Engine Evaluator

A search engine can only do so much with A.I. technology and will often need human help.  This is where a search engine evaluator comes into the picture.

As an evaluator, it will be your duty to check the results given to you and grade them in a way, often reporting back if something doesn’t seem right.

It’s an entry-level job that may offer some flexibility, but nonetheless, it’s ideal for pregnant women who want to work from home.  Yes, it’s another guide I have written, so be sure to check it out see who’s hiring right now.

Social Media Manager

As a social media manager, you will be responsible for creating social media posts, scheduling them and engaging with the community.

This type of job isn’t as flexible as the ones I have mentioned prior, but most of what I have researched allows you to work remotely.  I would recommend checking out Indeed to see if any options are available in your area.

House Sitter

This isn’t a virtual job, but it is one that allows you to work at your own pace, and best of all, the work isn’t too rigorous.

As a house sitter, it will be your duty to watch someone’s house whenever they are away.  This can include just walking the premises, getting the mail or sometimes taking care of a pet. Some may ask you to live there, whereas others won’t.  It just depends.  The job varies, but you’re basically babysitting a house.

There are a variety of ways to find a house sitting job, most of which I covered in my house sitting guide.  Check it out if you’re interested in a laidback job that you could start as early as this week, depending on where you live.

Pet Sitter

Much like a house sitter, this works in the same way, only that you’re watching pets.   Of course, you will have to be a fan of pets.

Whether it’s at your house or someone else, there are many platforms that can help connect you with people who need you.

Rover is one of the bigger names in the field, but there are alternatives, all of which I cover here.


Do you know more than one language and you’re fluent in reading and writing?

If so, you may want to consider becoming an online translator.

From helping convert documents to tutoring in a way, the money can be good if your language is in demand.

If interested, here are 38+ companies hiring translators right now.

Final Thoughts

If you’re pregnant, there are a ton of options, as you can see!  Don’t let it deter you from thinking that you need a 9-5 job to survive.  Granted, not all of these jobs will pay the bills, but they can offer a cushion if that’s what you’re looking for.

As always, I’m 100% honest, so everything I do mention is legit, I promise you that.

If you liked this guide, be sure to check out the many more on this site as well as my YouTube channel.  I continue to add whenever I can.  Thanks for stopping by.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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