If you need to work from home, you can always try searching for telecommute jobs at places like Indeed, Monster, Simply Hired, and LinkedIn. Use "telecommute" in the What field or use "remote" in Where. (ETA: or put something like translator in the What field and remote in Where.)
Please remember you're not just "raters"; you have become search professionals!
You've learned how to do online research and fact-checking, learned more than you realized about SEO, learned to analyze queries and web sites. You've sure learned a lot about what makes ads and web sites appealing ... and what makes them off-putting.
You can parlay these skills into other jobs.
As I said before, unemployment should qualify you for job retraining at local vo-tech and business colleges. Many of these schools have certificate programs in digital marketing, web design, web content writing, technical writing and web analytics. All of those things dovetail with the work experience you've gained.
Don't be afraid to expand and try new things. Step outside the box and your comfort zone. Try a job at writing, know how to sew and have an embroidery machine - make it a business and I could go on. It is endless.