Are you interested in finding virtual assistant jobs from home, but are worried the field is crowded with more experienced VAs? While it’s true there are a lot of virtual support workers out there, the need for help continues to grow, giving you opportunities to break into the field.
Thinking of getting a job working at home in online transcription? Professionals in many different industries regularly outsource audio and video transcription, making it one of the top legitimate online job opportunities. read more
If you like flexibility, research, and being able to set your schedule, consider working for JBS Court Research as a court researcher.
What is A Court Researcher?
A court researcher goes to the local courthouse and looks up public documents for lawyers. You could be looking for mortgages, marriage records, tax liens, judgments, divorces, and more. This information is available to the public, so it is easy to find, but it’s busy work that most lawyers prefer hiring help for. You do the leg work, and get paid for your time. read more
Looking for a flexible work-at-home jobs that you can do at night?
In many cases, work-at-home jobs run in shifts just like traditional jobs do, which means many companies need employees who can work at night. These jobs are ideal if you’re looking for extra income, a second job, or prefer to work a night. read more
I’ll be honest, I’m not sure why so many people who want to work at home tend to gravitate toward data entry jobs, especially since most have never done data entry work. But for whatever reason, along with typing, legitimate data entry seems to be one of those work-at-home jobs that people look for. read more
If you enjoy social media and group discussions, you might be well suited to work as an online moderator. ModSquad frequently has openings for online moderator jobs. It calls its moderators, mods, and hires them to help brands gain exposure through social media, connect with their audience through groups and forums, and provide customers support. read more
The most difficult part of a work-at-home job hunt isn’t in finding jobs to apply to. The truth is, finding legitimate work-at-home jobs is easy, if you look for the right jobs in the right places (don’t forget WAHS has a free work-at-home job board). The hard part to getting a work-at-home job is getting hired. Employers are notoriously bad at letting you know what’s up with your resume. Many times you’re not sure if the employer even received it. read more
Are you interested in doing virtual support work such as research, data entry, scheduling and more? Fancy Hands hires work at home virtual assistants nationwide. One perk of working for Fancy Hands is that since it has clients world-wide, you can set your schedule, working in the middle of the night, or the middle of the day. read more