In this day and age, finding the perfect job to compliment your busy lifestyle is a complicated task. For most of us who are still struggling through their degree or at a loss of what to do post-graduation, finding a good and decently paying job proves to be more difficult as time goes by.\nSome traditional workplaces require years of experience that are nigh impossible to gather and some even have laughable minimum wage salaries in terrible working conditions. Young Canadians shouldn't have to be limited to a life of living on tips, struggling to make ends meet!\nHave you ever thought about applying to a freelance job where you can work from the comfort of your own home? Most freelance jobs pay rather decently and if you work hard enough, it could be your main source of income! Freelancing requires you to be self-motivated so make sure you're prepared for that.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal's New Champlain Bridge Will Open In One Direction On June 3rd But Won't Open In The Other Direction Until June 17th\nTL;DR MTL Blog brings you an exhaustive list of the 9 best freelancing websites where Canadians can work from home!\n1) Rev.com\nView this post on Instagram Slapping sloppy auto-captions on your high-quality videos is like getting a mullet after spending thousands on a sophisticated wardrobe. Confusing. Tips to avoid a damaged brand perception while improving viewer experience through subtitles via bio link. A post shared by Rev.com (@rev) on Mar 24, 2019 at 5:31pm PDT\nRev.com is a service provider that relies on a network of freelancers to work on transcribing, video captioning, subtitling, and translation jobs! Freelancers can get paid to work on various transcribing and captioning jobs from the comfort of home.\nApply here!\n2) Freelancer.ca\nView this post on Instagram We are halfway through the World Cup Tournament! Don't be sad, you can still make the best of it by participating in our latest contest and design a pair of soccer shoes for the ultimate legend. There are only a few days left, don't miss out on the chance to participate! Enter here: https://www.freelancer.com/contest/design-a-pair-of-soccer-shoes-for-your-favorite-player-1352547.html A post shared by Freelancer.com (@freelancerofficial) on Jul 2, 2018 at 11:43pm PDT\nFreelancer.ca is a great resource for all kinds of freelance gigs. You can find work as a writer, a designer, marketer, and so much more. Freelancer.ca matches you with jobs based on your unique profile, allowing you to pitch your ideas directly to companies that are looking for people like you!\nApply here!\n3) Upwork.com\nView this post on Instagram When procrastination takes over, sometimes the best way out of it is to just get started. . . . . . #quote #businessmotivation #businessquote #businesstalk #challengeyourself #companygoals #getstuffdone A post shared by Upwork (@upworkinc) on Mar 15, 2019 at 7:48am PDT\nUpwork.com is one of the better websites for freelancers to find well-paying gigs that allow you to work from home. Upwork will match you with jobs based on your profile. Some of the biggest businesses use Upwork.com to find freelancers. You can potentially get contracts for Microsoft, Airbnb, General Electric, and more!\nApply here!\n4) Writers Work\nView this post on Instagram Resolving to keep our work setup clutter free this year. Simple work space means more room for creative ideas. A post shared by Writers Work (@writersworkapp) on Jan 30, 2019 at 8:50am PST\nWriters Work is an online bank of freelancers and businesses that compiles all the best freelance writing jobs under one website. Writers can easily find jobs and get published within minutes. Keep in mind that you have to pay to set up a profile. It's $15 bucks a month or a one-time payment of $97 dollars. They always have sales on their subscription service though.\nApply here!\n5) Fiverr.com\nView this post on Instagram What’s your productivity style? We chatted with business productivity consulting expert @thecarsontate about the four main productivity styles. Tap the link in bio to learn how #freelancers can use that self-knowledge to best optimize their time. ⏱💻✅ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Have a preferred productivity style of your own? Sound off in the comments below! A post shared by Fiverr (@fiverr) on Mar 11, 2019 at 4:44pm PDT\nFiverr's concept is super cool because it allows you to offer any service to anyone for $5 bucks. Any service that you think anyone would spend five dollars on, from web design to singing 'happy birthday' is fair game on Fiverr.\nApply here!\n6) People Per Hour\nView this post on Instagram Looking to get your logo re-designed or some branding assets completed? Browse graphic design hourlies on PeoplePerHour today! 👉 buff.ly/2uiuwOc #GraphicDesign #BizTip A post shared by PeoplePerHour (@peopleperhour) on Mar 28, 2018 at 11:35am PDT\nPeople Per Hour uses the same concept as Fiverr, only with more serious jobs and more serious money. This website primarily caters to freelance designers, coders, and web developers. If you're at a loss of what to do with those random Java skills, People Per Hour could be the place for you.\nApply here!\n7) 99designs\nView this post on Instagram Book cover by hortasar / portfolio link in bio #bookcover #book #botanical A post shared by Creativity meets possibility (@99designs) on Mar 11, 2019 at 5:00am PDT\nIf you're a graphic designer who's looking to sell your skill to a huge company, 99designs might just be the place for you. Graphic designers can design pretty much anything and get matched with companies. 99designs has a team of professionals that scour resources to match you with the perfect company.\nApply here!\n8) Flexjobs.com\nView this post on Instagram "Better is having time during the day to prepare homemade pizza and brownies for my son's surprise birthday slumber party, and then being able to work in the evening while they play at the Trampoline Park." — Justin Rubaloff, senior design engineer for FlexJobs.com⠀ ⠀ Find a better way to work: FlexJobs.com ⠀ ⠀ #worklife #worklifebalance #remotejobs #remotework #remoteworking #trampolinepark #flexiblework #workflexibility #findyourbetter A post shared by FlexJobs (@flexjobs) on Mar 19, 2019 at 9:26am PDT\nFlexjobs.com is an online resource that pools various freelance gigs from all over Canada. Currently, there are over 54 pages of freelance jobs across Canada. From teaching gigs to accounting gigs, Flexjobs.com is a great resource to find any kind of freelance job that suits you.\nApply here!\n9) Behance\n@behanceembedded via\nBehance is an online resource that compiles creative graphic design jobs for freelancers. Some of the largest companies in the world use Behance to find freelancers for various projects. Currently, places like Facebook, Starz Entertainment, and Rockstar Games are looking for freelancers to do various jobs.\nApply here!\nIt's never too late to find that perfect job! Good luck!