Did you know that copywriters make an average of $71K USD a year?
A remote copywriter makes less than that, about $50K USD a year. That’s really good money if you’re living overseas in Southeast Asia but forget it if you’re trying to live in a major city anywhere else in the world. Or is it?
In today’s episode I have Daniel Vu, an ex-marine turned copywriter who makes $40/hour remotely which is more than 76,000 a month, more than the US national average.
He lives in sunny San Diego, with a quick google search, the median household income to live in SD is $64,000 USD. It’s not like San Francisco where the median is in the $90,000+ USD, but it still doesn’t make it a cheap city.
- 3 ways to land a high paying remote job
- How Daniel’s marine background gave him the discipline to find freedom
- What it means to be a linchpin when working remotely
- Daniel’s personal motto to finding meaning in life
Daniel Vu is an ex-marine currently living in San Diego. He is a content writer for a podcasting startup called Brew, a subscription-based podcast platform (think Netflix Originals for podcasts) that’s creator-centric.
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