Why Millennials Are Leaving Their 9-5 For Six-Figure Jobs

Have you ever wanted to quit your job, but worried if you’d be able to make ends meet? What if you could actually make more money outside of the traditional 9-5 job? These 3 millennials are doing just that – enjoying their new six-figure salaries well outside of the corporate offices from which they started.

Meet Alex Fasulo, a freelance writer on Fiverr who makes $378,000 a year. She primarily ghostwrites e-books and blog posts remotely from Florida. Before becoming a freelancer, Alex worked in PR and made $36,000 a year.

Michael Oh is a private chef from Atlanta, Georgia. After being laid off from his corporate job during the pandemic, he decided to pursue his passion of cooking full-time. He now does around 4 parties per week and makes up to $14,000 per month.

Alexandra Botez is a professional Twitch streamer who makes six figures playing chess online. She and her sister Andrea Botez have over 1 million followers and are signed with Team Envy, a global esports and entertainment company.

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00:00 — Intro
01:06 — Making $378K A Year As A Fiverr Freelancer
11:53 — Making Up To $14K Per Month As A Private Chef
19:56 — How I Make A Living Playing Chess On Twitch

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Why Millennials Are Leaving Their 9-5 For Six-Figure Jobs

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