Got a Car and a Camera? Here’s Your Ticket to Financial Independence With a Field Inspector Job

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Are you looking for a new and easy way to make good money? Something that could bring you the kind of financial independence you’ve always been looking for? Do you have a car and a camera? Great! Then you could be on your way to big profits as a field inspector. Here’s how:

Field inspectors perform basic inspections and get paid good money to do it. When a company that leased equipment to a construction company wants to be sure their equipment is on the job site and being used properly, who do they call? A field inspector. When a foreclosed home is vacated and the lender needs someone to verify that, who do they call? A field inspector.

So do you need a lot of formal training or classes to become a field inspector? Not at all. Any training that might be necessary will be provided by field inspection companies at no cost to you. The work you do as a field inspector is fairly easy. You often show up to a site, such as a construction site, new office building or home, and then fill out a couple forms, take a few measurements, snap a photo or two and then you’re on your way to the next field inspector job. It’s really that easy.

Being a field inspector is not a get-rich-quick scheme. You probably won’t make a fortune or be able to buy that private jet you’ve had your eye on. But you can make a nice living as a field inspector. The average pay for field inspector jobs varies greatly from $5 to well over $100, and many of these jobs take less than half an hour to complete. It’s quite possible to make several hundred dollars a day.

Plus, there are hardly any start-up costs. In fact, you might have all the necessary supplies already: a car to get you to and from jobs, a tape measure, a clipboard, a computer with internet access, a cell phone (one with email capabilities is ideal) and a digital camera. A simple point-and-shoot will work just fine.

Okay, so how do you get started? If you have your supplies, you’re ready to sign up with field inspection companies. Sign up with as many as you like. Also, the more zip codes you offer to work in, the more work could be coming your way. Be advised that any company that requires E&O insurance (errors and omissions) probably isn’t one you should sign up for. Most companies don’t require this insurance, and the companies that do require E&O often pay low amounts.

After you’re signed up, start checking your email often. You’ll soon be getting job offers emailed to you. Reply quickly, and you’ll continue to see work coming your way. Follow the instructions, and complete the tasks in a timely manner. Be sure to get everything turned in by the deadline. Do this, and you’ll continue to get a lot of work.

If you have a car and a camera, you can be on your way to financial independence as a field inspector in no time. You accept the jobs you’d like to do, and you can work as little or as much as you’d like. It’s quite easy work too. It’s not a get-rich-quick scheme, but you can make a nice income if you work hard and provide good work. Before you know it, you’ll be making the kind of money you’ve always dreamed about. To learn more about field inspector jobs, read Drive By Profits.