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60 Legit Online Jobs That Are Flexible & Pay Well (2020)

60 Legit Online Jobs That Are Flexible & Pay Well (2020)
Carlton Clark Feb 9, 2020
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Thanks to the internet, companies can now offer online jobs to workers outside of their city, state, and even country.

This means that you no longer have to commute long distances through traffic, work the typical 9-5 hours, and leave your home, family and/or kids during the week.

Companies benefit by cutting overhead from things like office space, supplies, and phone lines.

However, what companies have to gain from offering online jobs is not our focus.

Instead, we’re going to first discuss the benefits of working from home, then share 60 work from home online jobs that are flexible, and pay well.

So what are the benefits of working from home as an employee?

  • Zero commute means you can jump right into work without spending unpaid hours commuting to work.
  • Online jobs offer the ability to manage your own time and schedule. For example, what if you have personal obligations at 2 pm on a Monday? You most likely will be able to attend to it as long as you just get your work done.
  • The ability to maximize your income by working multiple online jobs, or freelancing on the side of your online job.
  • You are no longer obligated to pick a career and stick to it for the rest of your life. Working online offers you the ability to try different things and figure out what you really want to do while still making money.

Sounds great, right? 

Without further ado, let’s get into the list!

Table Of Contents:

  • Customer Service Jobs
  • Transcription Jobs
  • Translation Jobs
  • Teaching Jobs
  • Admin/VA Jobs
  • Marketing Jobs

Note: These are all actual online jobs, not just quick ways to make money. If you’re more interested in quick money, this is a good place to start.

Customer Service Online Jobs

If you want to stay at home, then working in customer service can give you the opportunity to do that. This will definitely be for you if you enjoy helping people and don’t mind speaking to multiple people in a day.

Customer service reps are in demand nowadays as more of the world shifts towards the internet. Customers would rather receive assistance over email or phone instead of in-person.

Since these jobs have a lower barrier to entry, you won’t need a college degree and the requirements are very straight forward.

Requirements/Recommendations:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to learn different technologies on the fly.
  • An internet connection, computer with virus protection, corded telephone (no cellular phones), and a corded headset.
  • A quiet place to work like an office.

Pay: $10-$25/year depending on experience and job description

Vipdesk

Vipdesk provides outsourced customer service by connecting companies with remote and freelance customer service specialists (they call them Brand Ambassadors). 

The last time I checked, they are currently offering customer care jobs in the beauty and skincare niche. Outsourced customer service companies are a great way to quickly find a job that will hire you and train you on the job.

The application process typically takes two weeks, however, Vipdesk only hires in select U.S states.

The job description includes receiving inbound phone calls, email support, and social media management.

Pay: Up to $18/hour with benefits

Working Solutions

Founded in 1996, Working Solutions is another company that offers on-demand contact center outsourcing. Since you’ll be an independent contractor, you’ll have the ability to set your own hours. 

They believe that a healthy work-life balance is important to creating a strong team and company. Working Solutions created Working Solutions University (WSU), which is committed to training agents on at no cost to them. 

They hire virtual call center agents all over the world. Because of their size, they offer a variety of different work from home jobs in many different industries. 

A few jobs include technical specialists, sales, travel services, data entry, and customer service.

Pay: Between $9-$20/hour depending on skill and tasks.

Pleio

Pleio is hiring “Goodstarters”, who are individuals trained in helping medical patients get off to a good start when using a new medication. 

The specific task of a Goodstarter is to remind, encourage, and offer support to patients during the first 100 days of their new prescription. You’ll do this over the phone, through email, and even handwritten letters. 

I like this work from home opportunity because of how mission-driven your work will be. Healthcare is an important issue in the United States, and many older people lack the support and guidance on how to use modern technology and healthcare to their advantage.

Pleio hires in most states in the US.

Pay: The average pay is $14/hour and is based on the amount of time you spend on the phone. 

LiveOps

Changes in the workforce are making the traditional brick and mortar call center obsolete. For this reason, companies like LiveOps have taken advantage of the opportunity and are now hiring work from home agents.

If you choose to work with LiveOps, you’ll most likely work in any of the following industries:

  • Retail
  • Healthcare
  • Insurance
  • Telecom
  • Direct Response Advertising
  • Federal Government
  • Travel & Hospitality
  • Roadside Assistance

To become a customer service agent, you must self-fund and pass a background check. Based on reviews online, I can gather that this is a contract position. 

This means that you won’t be treated as an employee and have your hand held. You’ll need to troubleshoot your own issues and find solutions on your own. 

Pay: $10-$15/hour or $0.25 per minute of talk time.

Read: Our LiveOps Work From Home Review

Apple At-Home Advisors

Everybody has heard of Apple… And maybe you’ve had to go into an Apple Store to meet with one of their Geniuses. Did you know that they also have a call center program? Founded in 1977, Apple is one of the most innovative companies on the planet. With millions of customers, they employ a team of chat agents ready to assist customers at a moment’s notice.

In the past, Apple only hired within 100 miles of specific locations in the U.S. Now you can become an At-Home Advisor from anywhere in the United States, Toronto, Sydney, and even Cork, Ireland. Work is part-time and full time based on your location and availability.

If you love technology and helping people, this may be the perfect job for you. Benefits include paid time off and product discounts.

The hiring process:

  • After you apply online, you’ll have a phone interview.
  • If you pass the phone interview, you’ll have a second interview via Skype.
  • Next, they will run a background check.
  • They may not get back to you for several weeks, but if you do, they’ll send you paperwork to be filled out and sent back.
  • The last step is testing and training.

Pay: $13-$16/hour and around $30,540 per year if you work full-time.

American Express

If you enjoy call center work and want to do it from home, then American Express can provide amazing work experiences. Since 1850, American Express has been a multinational financial institution. 

If you’ve ever had to call your bank or credit card company, you may not have realized that the person you ‘re talking to was working from home. 

American Express Virtual Customer Care Professionals job description is to help customers in any way they can. You’ll spend your day on the phone resolving customer issues and providing sales support to earn more business. 

This is a work from home job, but you won’t be able to set your own schedule like other jobs on this list.

Sales is a critical aspect of this job since Amex uses it as a key performance indicator of your performance. You must have the ability to answer multiple calls back-back-back throughout the day.

You must be located within the United States.

Pay: Base pay starts at $16.13/hour

The Chat Shop

The Chat Shop is a chat support company that offers 24//7 live chat support to customers of some of the biggest brands in the U.S & U.K like Mercedes-Benz and Saab. This service allows companies to earn more sales through their website and provide amazing customer support by being available to assist people 24/7. 

One of the main requirements of this job is the ability to type at least 65 words per minute.

Take this typing test to see how fast you can type.

The Chat Shop offers paid training after you’re hired.

Pay: $10/hour to start

LiveWorld

LiveWorld is a social marketing agency that helps companies scale their digital presence online, on social media, and through messaging apps. 

This allows companies to create stronger connections and deeper relationships with their clients and customers. They work in industries like healthcare, pharma, finance, travel, retail, and consumer goods.

You can work as a customer service agent worldwide. They require you to have a college degree with 1-2 years of customer service experience.

Pay: $8-$10/hour

Note: This may be best as a part-time job since sometimes the hours can be sporadic. 

Concentrix

Concentrix is a global provider of business services to businesses that allows them to offer communication between them and their customers. Employing over 225,000 people, Concentrix is the world’s second-largest provider of customer engagement services. 

Their services include analytics, marketing, automation, consulting, and tech. Integration to name a few.

If you’re organized, independent, and disciplined, working at home with Concentrix may be for you. 

They hire in almost all 50 states (except for California, Vermont, and Alaska) and over 25 countries excluding Canada.

They offer paid training for the first three weeks.

Pay: $10-$13/hour 

U-Haul

U-Haul offers work from home jobs helping customers make reservations and offering customer service. Based out of Phoenix, U-Haul offers personal moving vehicles in over 15,000 locations and currently employs over 20,000 people. 

Unlike most companies on this list, who assist other companies with their customer care efforts, U-Haul has its own service. This means you’ll only have to learn about one service and one company if you choose this work from home job.

U-Haul hires in the US and Canada.

Pay: $7-$15/hour

Teaching Online Jobs

Do you like to travel and/or work from your laptop in your pajamas at home? If you said, “yes” and “yes”, then online teaching may be for you.

Teaching online is a fast-growing job as the need for international teachers increases. For example, there’s a large demand for English teachers in countries like China since the world conducts much of its business in English.

You’ll also find ample opportunities for teaching other languages and subjects online like Spanish, math, and sciences.

Finding online jobs as a teacher can be a bit of a headache. You’ll most likely find yourself sifting through job boards where the majority of jobs are location-based teaching jobs.

For this reason, we decided to cut straight to the chase and compile a list of companies that are hiring 100% online teachers.

Here they are:

HAWO

If you enjoy building rapport with students and talking to people, then HAWO may be the teaching opportunity for you. Founded in 2011, their goal is to help Chinese students speak English with the world. They call themselves “the best and largest online English school in China” employing over 12,000 people worldwide.

They have two products, 51talk, and Hawo. 51talk is a one-on-one product, while Hawo is a group class product.

Through this company, you will meet amazing students who are intelligent, creative, and enthusiastic about learning English. 

Online teaching can make it difficult to learn your students’ personalities and offer customized education, but HAWO provides its teachers with the tools necessary to personalize their learning experience and make learning enjoyable and comfortable. 

Qualifications:

  • Native English speaker with a neutral accent

A bachelor’s degree

  • 1-year of teaching experience
  • Living with the United States or Canada
  • A commitment to teaching group classes at least 10 hours/week for 10 weeks (including weekends)

Pay: $18 per hour for a 45-minute class plus bonuses and incentives

This is a great job opportunity if you live abroad or want to make some extra money.

Landi

As long as you have a stable internet connection, Landi may be the work from home teaching job you’re looking for.

Landi is a smaller and much newer company compared to HAWO, but they are quickly taking over the English teaching space. Speaking of size, they currently boast a little over 1,000 teachers and 20,000 students.

They offer you the ability to work from home for just a couple hours a day as a part-time online teacher. They claim to offer superior support to their staff, which is believable seeing that they are a smaller company.

From reviews I’ve read online, teachers were able to manage about an 80% booking rate and keep a flexible schedule. The job is fairly easy, straightforward, and relaxed meaning you don’t have to worry about dressing up or impressing anyone.

Requirements:

  • A degree in teaching or a specialized subject.
  • Fast internet with a loading speed of at least 2mbs download speed
  • Passing a criminal background check
  • Living within the United States, Canada, or The U.K

Pay: Up to $18/hour with the possibility of a $2/hour bonus on some weeks for good performance.

VIPKID

Founded in 2013, VIPKID is a Beijing-based online teaching company that offers English classes online for students aged between 4-12.

This is a very large company with one of the largest global teaching communities. They have over 100,000 teachers, 700,000 students, and 5,000,000 classes in a month. You can guarantee that a company this large has ironed out their tech support system and has plenty of support for teachers.

The interview process includes applying online after creating an account, scheduling a video interview, and teaching a mock session.

The great thing about this company is that all of your lessons are planned and graded on your behalf so you can focus 100% of your attention on teaching your students. All classes are one-on-one, which can be incredibly rewarding.

With VIPKid, you get to create your own schedule. Time management can be tough for teachers because of the ~ 12 hour time difference between the U.S and China. 

Requirements: 

  • Teaching or mentoring experience.
  • A bachelor’s degree.
  • A laptop/computer, fast internet connection, camera, and headset.
  • US or Canadian Citizen.

Pay: $7-9 for a 25-minute teaching session, which breaks down to roughly $20 USD per hour. You’ll also receive a $2 bonus if you teach 45 classes in a month without being late.

Qkids

Founded in 2015, Qkids is an online teaching company that connects a network of over 500,000 Chinese students with teachers in the United States and Canada. Students are 4-12 years old and have offices in Shenzhen, Xiamen, Guangzhou, and Beijing.

They have an interactive teaching platform with over dozens of digital learning resources that allow for seamless interactions between teachers and young learners. All of the curriculums are pre-organized for teachers so they can always hop straight into teaching. 

If you’ve ever used the language learning app Duolingo, Qkids offers the same gamified learning experience for its students, which can be incredibly fun. 

There are four students per class and sessions are 30 minutes each.

Requirements:

  • A B.A. in education, a traditional teaching license, or alternative teaching credentials. It used to be that you can teach while being enrolled in college, but China is cracking down on online teaching regulations.
  • The ability to wake up early. If you live on the west coast, you’ll have to be up by 3 AM, or 6 AM on the east coast.
  • A native North American accent

The hiring process includes filling out an application, recording a quick 60-second video of yourself, then scheduling a video interview.

Pay: $16-$20 per hour working about 15-20 hours/week. 

SayABC

SayABC is a subsidiary company of VIPKid. They also provide English-language learning to Chinese students aged 5-12 years old. Students are also located in Singapore, South Korea, and parts of the Middle East. 

SayABC offers one-to-four sized online classes taught by online teachers. They have partnered with National Geographic to make use of their “Our World’ learning resources.

The booking system is random assuring that teachers get equal bookings and there’s zero bias. Teachers can expect to teach around 4 classes per day. 

The on-boarding process for applicants is the same as VIPKid.

Contracts are three months long and can be renewed.

Requirements:

  • Native level of English
  • A bachelor’s degree or accredited certification
  • A computer/laptop with a high-speed internet connection, Google chrome, a webcam, and SayABC’s teaching platform. 

Pay: approximately $19 per 40 minute lesson.

Lingoda

Lingoda is a language learning platform that advertises the ability to teach someone how to speak like a native in a language after just 6 months. 

Unlike the previous companies listed, you don’t have to be fluent in English to teach. They are also looking for Spanish, German, and French speakers.

They offer three types of learning formats. “Walk” for students who want to go at a slower pace, “Run” for students who want to learn at a 12-month pace, and “Sprint” for students who need to improve quickly and have the time to invest.

On average, class sizes are three students and last 60 minutes each. All teaching material is provided for teachers based on the European Framework (CEFR) meaning you’ll just have to show up and teach. 

You have full flexibility to design your own schedule based on a 24/7 availability of classes. The expected work schedule is around 5-25 hours per week.

The application process can be completed in as little as a week.

Requirements: 

  • Two years of teaching experience
  • ESL teaching certificate
  • Native speakers of English, Spanish, French, or German.
  • High-speed internet connection, a Zoom account, a camera, and a headset.

Pay: $8-13/hour + 25% off any language course they offer

Kaplan

Founded in 1938, Kaplan is one of the oldest companies on this entire list, and by far the oldest teaching company in this section. With over $1.5 billion in yearly revenue, the Fort Lauderdale based company has over 10,000 employees. 

This test prep company occasionally hires for remote work-at-home teaching positions. You need to be in the same city to teach through this company.

What does Kaplan do?

They offer test preparation, practice tests, and private tutoring for over 90 standardized tests like the SAT, GRE, LSAT, and GMAT.

They have over 100 work from home opportunities around the country ranging from sales to writing practice test questions. 

Magic Ears

Magic Ears is an English learning platform for students ages 4-12. They provide a 1-on-4 platform that is a fun and effective learning environment. 

Their mission is to provide a high-quality education for students everywhere; They also are working towards closing the gap between the privileged and underprivileged. 

This would be a great opportunity to heavily impact young students lives. They are offering positions for virtual teachers. You will need to be good with younger students, keeping it fun but also an effective learning experience. 

Each class is 25 minutes.

The Application Process:

The application process is a very easy process that can be completed within 1 week. After submitting your application they will take you through a few training courses. Following the course, you will have a trial class to test your abilities. 

The background check will be your biggest waiting process of 3-5 days. Once cleared you can sign the contract and start teaching.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Experience and Certificate Required
  • USA or Canada Nationality
  • Big smile & love for kids!

Pay: $20-$26/Hour with flexible hours

goFLUENT

Originated in Paris, goFLUENT has assisted more than 200,000 students. They offer English training, combining eLearning, phone lessons, written practice, and much more. 

With over 15 years of English distance training, they are established in 17 countries and have more than 500 employees. 

Their goal is to effectively drill knowledge into students virtually on a global level. 

As a tutor for goFLUENT, you will be hired as an employee, so taxes will be taken out and training will be paid. 

Most of the teaching will include corporate professionals who need to learn English. So it will be a plus if you have any corporate experience. 

Requirements:

  • Degree or language certifications 
  • Commit to  a minimum of 20 hours a week
  • A good running computer 
  • Living in Kansas, Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania, or Canada

Pay: Roughly $16/hourly with a monthly paycheck

Cambly

Cambly is a company that virtually tutors through their app. The Tutors are native speakers from the United States, Canada, and Australia, etc. 

Cambly offers video recordings so students can watch and learn new vocabulary terms.

Tutoring for Cambly is great if you enjoy meeting interesting people along with helping others. 

You can work anytime and anywhere by simply logging in and taking calls. 

There is no experience needed. As long as you speak fluently and clearly plus love to teach others, this is a perfect opportunity. 

Application Process:

To get started you will simply fill out a short sign-up form. 

Once the form is submitted they will run a connection test. They want to test your computer’s streaming abilities to confirm your computer will work.

Next, they will ask you to record a short video of yourself explaining your interests and any experience. 

They are really looking for spontaneous and casual speakers. If you’re not happy with your first recording, you can always re-record it until you’re happy with it and then submit.

Requirements:

  • Native English Speaker
  • Communicate and speak clearly 
  • A computer that can handle video chat
  • A mic

Pay: $10.20/hour

Italki

Italki is a 1-on-1 learning program that helps students learn a new language. Students choose from over 10,000 teachers based on their goals and interests.

Italki offers over 100 different languages and allows students to pick teachers based on the teacher’s price and budget.

So what will you be doing as a teacher on Italki?

There are 2 types of teaching profiles: 

  • Professional: A professional teacher must have training as an educator. They can provide students with resources, prepared materials, and lesson plans.  
  • Community: A community tutor is a native speaker who is friendly and knowledgeable, they help their students with conversation and their desired language. 

Application Process:

The application process can be completed within 10 days. 

After submitting your application they will review it and you will then take teacher success videos and a quiz. 

Once completed you will hop on a video call with Italki teacher services to test your communication and abilities. If you’re approved, you can get started right away!

Requirements:

  • Must be either a native speaker or professional teacher
  • Reliable internet connection
  • Video chat and Mic
  • Completed application

Pay: You choose your prices based on your abilities, Italki charges a 15% fee on all transactions.

Tutor

Since 2001, Tutor has provided 1-to-1 online education. 

Their community of 2,500 teachers has completed over 9 million tutoring sessions in their online education system. 

They are located in New York but have figured out the system that recruits, connects, and manages thousands of experts to millions of students online. 

Their mission is to continue connecting teachers to students through the internet.

For this position you will need to set a schedule every week of when you will be on, you must have at least 5 hours of work every week. 

You can also log on unscheduled and pick up sessions for some extra money. You will be provided virtual tools such as a whiteboard to present to your student. 

Your main role will be to influence and provide knowledge to your student online.=

Application Process:

All you need to do is turn in your application, from there you will have a short subject exam. 

After your exam you will have a mock session just to test your abilities and prepare you for your tasks. Then all you have is a quick background check and you can start tutoring virtually.

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma but a degree is preferred 
  • Currently reside in the United States
  • Skilled in communication
  • Webcam and Mic

Pay: Depending on your skills you can make anywhere from a $5 to $15

Skooli

The Skooli experience features video conferencing, online chat, screen sharing, and interactive whiteboard. Their mission is to simulate face-to-face learning while removing geographical limits.

With Skooli you can easily earn some extra cash just from teaching others the knowledge you already have. You will be able to do everything on your own schedule, all you need is your knowledge, a device, and an internet connection. 

Students will be able to schedule an appointment with you or request instant help if you’re online. 

Application Process:

After applying as a tutor and getting approved you will need to take a little time to get familiar with Skooli. 

Once you have everything figured out you will set your schedule and sharpen your profile. After you get familiar and set up your schedule you can start tutoring right away. 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Government-issued teaching license 
  • Specialized instructor qualification 

Pay: Skooli tutors earn $25 per hour and get compensation for the time they spend in the classroom. You can withdraw your earnings after each session.

Chegg

Chegg is a great company that truly values their students. They offer 24/7 tutoring trying to help students and prevent future unneeded debt. 

They lower their prices to help out students and believe the price of getting help shouldn’t be pricey.

As a tutor, you will simply select your best subjects and Chegg will send the students your way. You can tutor occasionally or daily – it’s up to you. 

Tutoring with Chegg is a great opportunity because you will be helping students that need help in your strongest subjects, and you will be able to do it from the comfort of your home.

Application Process:

The application process can take about 3-4 days. 

Simply fill out the application form, after a few questions you will need to write down your teaching experience as well as up to 40 subjects that you’re strongest at. You will then need to submit two ID proofs and University proof. 

Once accepted you can start tutoring right away.

Requirements:

  • Must have tutoring, instructing, or teaching experience
  • Graduated from a 4-year university
  • Facebook account is required for identity

Pay: Starting at $20+/hour and top tutors can earn $1,000  month + you can earn extra money for high-demand subjects.

Admin/Virtual Assistant Online Jobs

If you love the “laptop lifestyle” and want to put your skills to use, then a virtual assistant position might be the perfect job. 

As a Virtual Assistant, you will be completing various tasks for entrepreneurs or businesses from a remote location. 

Your job will be based on what your skills and abilities are; The possibilities are endless for what you will or can be doing.

Virtual Assistants can be a major advantage to businesses. You will be doing the projects for them that they don’t have the ability or time for. 

You will only receive offers for work on what you’re skilled at so if you’re great at updating databases or writing articles for e-commerce businesses then that’s what you’ll get to do. 

Some of the major projects that Virtual Assistants do are Social media management, Event management, managing calendars, appointments, and emails, personal tasks like booking hotels and flights, or even digital marketing tasks. 

Worldwide101

Worldwide101 has its own remote staff of virtual assistants. They hire out the assistants to other businesses and match the business to the assistant. They thrive on excellence and are continuously promoting remote work as the way of the future.

This company’s main goal is to bring virtual assistants to different sized companies. They charge different sized monthly plans depending on the size of the company. 

They are headquartered in New York, but also have an overseas branch in England.

There are many job openings such as executive assistant, marketing & social media specialist, project manager, executive assistant, and many more. 

You will choose the position that best fits you and will be helping other business but paid by Worldwide101. Their company is a very fun but focused team. 

They believe in a team and always having your back.

Application Process:

All you need to do is to fill out an application and answer why you are a perfect fit, list all of your skills and experience, and some personal information.

Once turned, if you’re a perfect fit, they will get back to you within 2 weeks. If they don’t get back to you then don’t bother to call or email them. They have notified on their site that they don’t have the resources to notify you if they’re not hiring. If you are accepted you will be invited to a video interview via skype. Make sure to make a good first impression.

Requirements:

  • Advanced skills within your professional industry
  • Willing to work at least 20 hours per week
  • Professionalism
  • A solid WiFi connection.

Pay: You will start out at $20/hourly but that will be raised to $25 shortly. 

Timeetc

Since 2007, Timeetc has been providing virtual assistants to business owners and entrepreneurs all over the US and UK. They do more than 20,000 tasks for their clients every month. 

They are particularly interested in people looking for part-time work they can do from home.

Application Process:

To apply to Timeetc all you will need to do is fill out an application and after answering some brief questions. You will need to make a phone interview that you can schedule at the time that works best for you. 

As their virtual assistant, you will be using your experience and skills to complete multiple tasks, such as schedule management or document editing, for multiple different people. You will use your skills to help others all from the comfort of your home.

 They offer flexible, family-friendly work to fit your schedule. 

The exact work you do will be based on your client’s needs but will be what you are skilled at. 

Like Worldwide101 you will have major support from your team at Timeetc.

Requirements:

  • At least 2-3 years of commercial experience 
  • Ability to work during the working week
  • Ability to work part-time
  • Ability to work from home
  • Your own computer and software suite

Pay: You will start out at $11 hourly.

Belay Solutions 

Belay Solutions believe in choosing how many hours you get to work and using your knowledge to help others virtually. 

They are currently supporting their clients with Executive assistants, Bookkeepers, and web specialists.

As a virtual assistant, you will be doing projects such as planning, coordinating, and helping their business with whatever their needs might be. You will be working at a minimum of 10 hours a week but some assistants like to work 40+ hours. 

They are asking you to be on-call Monday-Friday. This job will also include training so you will be prepared to help your clients.

For the Hiring process, everything will be conducted over email and video. They will have two interviews along with a skills assessment. Most candidates will go from the initial interview to the final interview within a week or two.

 Requirements:

  • 5 years experience in an admin role
  • Minimum of 10 hours per week
  • Mac or PC with webcam
  • Fast and Reliable Internet
  • Smartphone
  • Quiet, distraction-free area

The pay varies based on the position, experience, and hours worked. All jobs are hired as 1099 so you will be responsible for your own taxes.

DionData Solutions

Do you believe in the American dream?

Cool, so does DionData Solutions.

Their goal is to find the right solution for their clients without out-sourcing overseas.

As a virtual assistant for DionData Solutions, your main job will be to do data entry specifically. Stuff like bringing info from one program and plugging it into another. 

You will be held to a very high standard; this company promises clients a 98.5 percent or better accuracy. You must have excellent communication skills.

Application Process:

The application process can be a little tricky. 

You must download a word document and email it to them. It’s a fairly standard job application, they will ask questions such as your availability, preferred times to work, and type of computer you own.

Requirements:

  • Must be able to type 60 words per minute
  • Computer skills
  • Good project management skills
  • A home desktop is necessary and dual monitors are a plus
  • You will need Windows XP x32 bit operating system
  • Stable internet connection

Pay: All data entry agents are hired as independent contractors. 

This means no benefits and no guarantee of minimum wage pay. Pay is roughly $15 an hour, so those capable of working fast and efficiently are capable of earning a lot more money.

Smith A.I.

Working at Smith A.I is a great opportunity to earn some money and advance your career. 

You will work remotely but with a team that always has your back. Smith A.I promotes fun and productive work environment that is challenging, varied, and highly rewarding. 

Their main goal is to have a fun and productive workspace that will help and influence other small businesses through part-time and full-time work.

Your job will be to answer calls and web chats for other businesses. 

If you have a lot of time on your hands, they are hiring full-time positions.

To apply, simply submit your application directly on their website.

Requirements: 

  • Great work ethic with a professional demeanor
  • Prior receptionist or call answering experience
  • Multi-tasking
  • Computer with Google Chrome
  • Strong typing skills
  • Ability to work at least 4 hours a day, 5 days a week.

Pay: Entry-level pay is $10/hourly paid out weekly.

Benefits include:

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Retirement Plans
  • Cash Bonuses
  • Paid Training

Lifebushido

Lifebushido has been in business since 2007employing people around the world working part-time from home.

Most of their clientele includes small business entrepreneurs. The work included is a database, customer service, accounting, marketing, recruiting, admin, etc. 

All of the workers work up to about 25 hours a week.

If you’re a leader who likes to manage projects, Lifebushido will push you to do things like this.

Application Process:

To apply for this position you will need to send them an email. If they like what they see, they will respond back with multiple emails. 

Those are very important to read and understand. 

This whole process can take on average it will take 30 days. 

They will then put you with 3-5 others to have you work on a creative project; this will take about 10 hours to complete.

Requirements:

  • A quiet work environment with internet
  • Ability to commit up to 10 hours of calling each week.

Pay: About $10/hourly

Sigtrack

Sigtrack is a database application that links grassroots campaigns with crowdsourced data entry freelancers. They are a data processing company that handles information connected to multiple campaigns.

To keep their cost down they use virtual assistants to handle the data entry.

Your only job will be to do data entry. Of course, you will have very flexible hours and get to do it all from home.

Application Process:

For the application process, you will have to take a quick video of yourself and your ID, so that Sigtrack can match you to your ID. You will need to include a PayPal address. Once approved you will receive a password and can get started!

Requirements:

  • Provide proof of residency in the US
  • Above-average reading, writing, and typing skills
  • Fast internet connection
  • Work independently

Pay: Varies on the type of data entry work you’ve done. You will get paid about 3.7¢ for each signature.

If you’re handling registrations your pay increases to 15¢. So if you’re quick and accurate you could end up making around $10 – $15/hour.

Axion Data

Axion Data is another data entry style company. 

They hire independent contractors to handle all of the data-entry. They incorporate things like document scanning, advanced data capture, and recognition technologies to improve their accuracy. 

With all this fancy technology, they still need data entry specialists like you to facilitate the process.

The main data entry projects are loyalty program applications, contest entry, advertising insertions, and many more.

Application Process:

To apply for a position you will need to fill out a questionnaire, then sit on a waiting list. 

There is a small fee for your application of about $5-10 depending on how long you want to be kept in their database.

Requirements:

  • Basic computer skills
  • Ability to accurately type 50 words/minute
  • Internet connection 
  • Pass a background check

Pay: You will make roughly $9.50 but you will also have to handle your own taxes.

ICUC

Founded in 2002, this Canadian based company is a trailblazing company that has pioneered community management services on social spaces. 

They currently supply a mobile marketing space, specifically SMS and text messaging. 

They are currently at the forefront of social media management, building bridges between platforms, partners, technology, and people. 

Woking for ICUC, you would need leadership skills, optimism, and a drive to improve. 

You will be heavily involved with social media and do lots of experiments. If you are bilingual, it will help tremendously as this company is offering services to over 10 major-languages. 

Your main jobs will be to identify behavioral and technical issues, develop and post interactive content that motivates others, and enforce the online communities’ safety and usage policies. You will spend most of your time on cloud office solutions like G Suite and Microsoft 365. As a virtual worker, you will need great time tracking. You will be able to work as much or little as you would like. You will work with a diverse group of people who are all very motivated with entrepreneurial spirits. 

Requirements:

  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Pass a background check
  • Ability to multitask
  • Preferred bilingual

Pay: Can vary depending on the position from $10-$18/hour

Transcription Online Jobs

Working from home as a transcriptionist can be very fun and perfect for those who have great attention to detail and fast typing skills.

If you didn’t already know, a transcriptionist is a professional typer who listens to audio files and converts them into a readable text. 

Most transcription jobs include medical, legal, and general transcription.

The great part about being a transcriptionist is being able to work in comfort.  Some people find the job mundane, but for some of us, that’s exactly what we’re looking for. 

You can work at a coffee shop, a hotel room, or even just at home; This job fits any lifestyle. 

Depending on your skills and the company you do work for you can make $15 to a whopping $45 an hour. Of course, in the beginning, you might not make as much but over time your skills and experience can get you very far. 

For equipment, you will want a computer and a solid internet connection. You might also want a headset as you will be listening to a lot of audio.

Rev

Based in San Francisco, Rev is a product engineering business, meaning they combine technical know-how with business smarts to deliver useful applications and tools.

To work for Rev you must be a skilled typist who can convert audio files to text. 

Your job could range from creating a transcription of recorded interviews focus groups, lectures, and podcasts. 

A great part about this company is that you will have the option to choose your own projects. 

There is no minimum requirement for hours, so you can work as much as you want, from wherever you want. 

Transcription work will always have work because Rev works with tons of businesses. 

To apply for Rev you will need to take a grammar test as well as submit a transcription sample. Transcriptions do not need demonstrated prior experience or any special qualifications. They typically get back with you within 48 hours, meaning you could be paid in your first week of applying.

Requirements:

  • Strong English skills
  • Must be able to accurately transcribe audio
  • Computer and Internet
  • You will be paid through PayPal so you will need to set up an account with them

Pay: The average rev transcriptionist completes 15 jobs and earns $156 per month, the top transcriptionists earn $1,495. 

Pay is on a weekly basis.

Ubiqus

This company was started in France in 1991.

Currently, they work with 23 other companies and more than 24,000 clients worldwide. 

They currently offer part-time and full-time jobs. 

They have both virtual and in-office workspaces. 

Transcription jobs include corporate, medical, legal, and foreign language transcription. 

There are many positions at Ubiqus but for the transcriptionist’s job you will be doing multiple projects consisting of turning audio into a readable text. 

You will be creating verbatim transcripts. Choosing the full-time position you will be able to get a 401k, multiple insurances, flexible spending account, and many more benefits. 

To apply for a job you will need to take a test that will prove your skills and if you’ll be able to meet their requirements. 

A lot of transcriptionists use foot pedals to speed up or slow down their work, so that might be something to check out.

Requirements:

  • Must be able to type 70  words per minute
  • Computer and internet connection
  • Experience not needed but preferred

Pay: You will be paid about .00588 per word for legal and .00695 per word for medical. 

You will be paid every 2 weeks.

Casting Words

Founded in 2005, CastingWords is best known for its flat-fee transcription services. 

They have been featured on “The Economist” and “The New York Times”.

As a CastingWords transcriptionist, you will be taking on projects sent by clients; Your main task will be converting audio and video files into a text. You will also be improving and editing transcripts, determine audio quality, grading transcripts, and approving transcripts and edits. 

Some projects will require a higher skill level but there are plenty of projects coming in. If you’re bilingual, then you’re in luck because they currently offer several different transcript languages.

Application Process:

To apply you must be at least 18 years old and reside in one of their supported countries.

If you’re bilingual you will be able to transcribe in a different language. You will need to pass a test and once that’s complete you just set up your PayPal account and you can get to work!

Requirements:

  • At least 18 years old
  • Internet connection
  • Transcribing Skills

Pay: To get paid you will need a PayPal account and you will get paid every Friday. 

For transcript work, you will earn anywhere between a bit over one dollar per audio minute. 

All of your projects are graded and that affects your compensation so you really want accuracy.

GoTranscript

GoTranscript was founded in 2005 in Edinburgh (UK).

They are always looking to grow their team to keep pace with their customers. 

GoTranscript boasts its high-end clients such as BBC, Netflix, Bose, and more. 

They hire transcriptionists from all over the world.

Your job will be to transcribe audio files. 

You will have the option to pick your own projects.

Application Process:

To become a GoTranscript transcriber, you will need to fill out an application on their website. You then will need to pass an assessment test before you get access to projects.

Once completed, you will need to answer a 14 style guide questionnaire. 

Finally, you will transcribe an audio file that is under three minutes. Once completed they will get back to you within 2 weeks.

Requirements:

  • No experience needed
  • Computer
  • Solid English skills

Pay: They pay each freelancer 60¢ per audio or video minute. you will be paid via PayPal or Payoneer every Friday.

SpeechPad

With over 5 million total minutes of transcribing and captioning, Speechpad is an extremely reputable transcription company.

Their corporate customers include Netflix, LinkedIn, Amazon, and much more. 

They guarantee a 99% or better accuracy, so if you want to work with them you’ll have to bring your A-game.

You don’t need any previous experience and they will supply you with everything except a computer. 

They recommend a foot pedal to go slower or faster, this will help with your overall speed and accuracy.

Application Process:

The application process is simple, all you need to do is fill out a form and complete a typing test. If you pass then you are automatically put in the database and can start picking up projects.

Requirements

  • Good English and grammar
  • Ability to type 40 words per minute
  • Detail-oriented

Pay: The pay for entry-level is 25¢ a minute but can get as high as $1 a minute.

Allegis

Allegis is a transcription company that works in the property and casualty insurance market.

They have a virtual business structure hiring only US-based transcribers. 

You will be hired as an independent contractor meaning if you make over $600 you will be required to handle your own taxes.

Application Process:

You will have a small questionnaire then turn in your resume and cover letter. 

Following those steps, you will need to take a grammar test followed by a transcription test. They want to see your skills and hoy much work you could handle.

If you’re accepted you then will have a short orientation that goes over the company’s expectations, this takes about 1-2 hours.

Requirements:

  • Reside in the US
  • You must transcribe at least 100 pages a week to remain under their contract.
  • Foot pedal, computer, and internet with antivirus

Pay: Allegis pays hourly and it’s about $13 to $17 an hour depending on your skills.

Birchcreek Communications

Located in Montana, Birchcreek Solutions has been doing data entry for over 13 years. 

Their transcription team provides educational institutes, financial institutions, corporations, government agencies, online businesses, and non-profit organizations accurate transcripts.

For you job you will be an independent contractor meaning you will cover your own taxes and there will be no benefits. 

But hours are flexible so you can do as much or little work as you would like.

They keep their standards high and require at least 99% accuracy.

Application Process:

Send in your resume and a few questions they have listed on their website.

If accepted you will be invited to their screening process to be considered for their work. 

The screening process consists of a few tests; If you pass you then will work as a “probationary status” at minimum pay. They do this to test the quality of your work. If you pass that then you will be able to start making more.

Requirements:

  • You will need your own equipment, training, and software
  • Strong English and grammar
  • Fast typing skills

Pay: For Corporate and Financial, they pay by audio minute, ranging from $.40/audio minute to $1.75/audio minutes.

TranscribeMe

At TranscribeMe they offer 3 services:

  • Transcription
  • Speech recognition

They are currently offering the opportunity to be a part-time position to be a virtual transcriber. 

They are big supporters of the “work from home” lifestyle and want to offer that to anyone that is interested.

Application Process:

Apply is a quick process but will require some studying. 

You will need to take a multiple-choice questionnaire. Following the questions you will have audio files to listen to.

If you fail the test, they give you the opportunity to retake it after 6 months. If you pass you’ll be able to set up your account and get started!

Requirements:

  • Strong English and grammar skills’
  • Computer and strong internet 
  • High school diploma

Pay: They claim to pay more than anyone else with prices of $15-$22 per audio hour. Your pay will be based on speed, quality, and your skills. 

You will be paid through PayPal so an account will be necessary.

GMR Transcription

GMR Transcription offers flexible hours and it’s all up to you on how much you work. 

This company prefers at least 4 hours worth of audio per week but this is not required. There’s always work so if you can deliver quickly and accurately, you can end up making a lot of money. Be aware of their strict grading process for assignments and provide feedback so you can grow your knowledge, experience, and proficiency. 

Application Process:

To apply you will need to submit your resume and they will send you a test.

It will take about 2 weeks to hear back from them on if you’re hired. Although no experience is necessary, it’s highly recommended to study and practice your skills.

Requirements:

  • You must maintain at least 99% accuracy on all work
  • Computer and Internet
  • Strong English and grammar skills

Pay: At GMR Transcriptions you will typically make anywhere from $1,000 to $3,000 a month depending on your skills and how much you want to work. 

You can earn more if you’re willing to take on the more difficult assignments. 

Translation Online Jobs

If you’re bilingual or multilingual, then a translation job is for you. 

You will always have opportunities and projects coming your way. since translation jobs are in high demand. 

Most companies are expanding outside their national borders so it is important to have good quality translations.

The language industry was estimated at $43 billion last year and is continuously growing. 

Your job can vary on the platform/company you’re working for. 

Most commonly you will be on a platform that connects you to a business that needs translation. 

As a transcriptionist you can make anywhere from $15 to $30 an hour depending on your experience and skills.

The more languages you know the more opportunities you get!

WorldLingo

World Lingo has been around since 1998.

If you’re bilingual and like to stay at home, then this is a perfect fit for you. 

Based on your skills, your job will be to either translate or proofread.

Application Process:

To apply all you need to do is to fill out an application form and if they believe you’re a good fit they can start out with some training and you’ll begin translating in no time.

Requirements for general position:

  • 5 years of professional translation in a commercial environment
  • A university degree
  • membership of professional translation association

Pay: Industry standard

VerbalizeIt

VerbalizeIt is a company with over 19,000 translators and interpreters globally. 

They are making other business able to have fast and quality translations. 

VerbalizeIt was featured on the hit show “Shark Tank” and many other major TV shows and articles. 

They currently offer over 150 languages, 140 countries and dialects, and more than 50 industries of expertise. Their goal is to supply virtual jobs and continue growing their translators to help other businesses.

As a translator, your job will be to interpret, translate, or transcribe at your convenience. Your hours are very flexible, you can choose when you want to start working. 

The application process is very simple. You will sign up online and plug in your language expertise and experiences. 

You will then take a test to see if you will be a fit, if you’re capable of completing the job they will begin to train you on the software, language, how to do your job, etc.

Once you’re ready to go you can start accepting jobs right away.

Requirements:

  • Solid with more than 1 language
  • Updated Computer
  • Antivirus on your computer

Pay: $6-10/hour

TextMaster

TextMaster is a freelance site that offers web content writing, article writing, copywriting, proofreading, and translation services. 

Their company’s software is set up so that freelancers will be able to work as much or little as they would like.

Your job at TextMaster will be completely up to you. 

You can choose to accept work on your time. You can do multiple types of gigs but for translation, you will be doing work that your clients request. 

To apply for a position you will create an account and then take a test best on your skills. If you’re accepted you can begin working immediately. 

Requirements:

  • Computer and internet
  • Bilingual

Pay: the pay is about $.15 a word and up to $1.40 depending on your work, speed, quality.

Translation jobs are on the higher end at $.40 to $1.40 a word.

Language Line

Language Line claims to be the world’s largest employer of professional interpreters. For more than 37 years, they have been providing quality interpretation, translation, and testing. 

They currently provide over 240 languages and over 28,000 clients. Their mission is to connect talented professionals to clients that need help with a language barrier.

Your job will be to make 3-way calls, listen to the person who does not speak English, and then relay what they’re saying in English to the other person. 

They hire anywhere from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Costa Rica.

You will be hired as an employee so taxes will be covered and there are possible benefits. They will provide you with a laptop, printer, blackberry, cell phone, and office supplies.

Application Process:

To apply you will need to visit their website and fill out an application. 

You then will be asked some basic questions. 

After the application, you will select your region and the job you’re looking for. Training will last about 2-4 weeks and will be entirely over the phone.

Requirements:

  • Internet connection
  • Bilingual and fluent in English
  • Great communication skills

Pay: You will make anywhere from $12.51/hourly up to $22.22/hourly. 

Your pay will be based on your skills and languages. If you’re knowledgeable in a difficult language, you can be paid more than a simple language.

Appen

Appen is a language technology solutions and consulting firm that partners with global technology and e-commerce companies.

They specialize in providing data for artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Your job can vary depending on position but for translation, you will be translating a text to English.

The required amount of commitment each week will depend on the job you’re doing. Sometimes you will need to follow a schedule, other times you can choose how much work you do.

Application Process:

To apply you will be asked some questions like the country you live in, language proficiencies, indicate whether or not you work professionally as a translator. 

Based on your answers you will be offered your available positions.

Requirements

  • A computer that complies with their software
  • High-Speed Internet
  • A headset with mic that uses V0IP

Pay: Varies from $9.00/hour for researchers to $30.00/hour for data collectors.

Gengo

Gengo is a big site with lots of small scale translation jobs. 

They hire anyone, even outside of the US as long as they are skilled in translations. 

They will put all of the projects on their website while you pick and choose what project you want to take on. 

There will be different levels you can reach on Gengo, this will reflect your skill level and how much you get paid. This also affects what type of projects you can do. 

A lot of the work is emails, short articles, blog posts, social media, etc. Most of the text that you translate will be very small.

Application Process:

To start working for Gengo you will need to create an account and pass a translation test. If you pass you will able to log in and get started right away. If you fail you can retake it but you only get 3 tries.

Requirements:

  • Bilingual
  • Computer with steady internet
  • Solid communication skills

Pay: You can make anywhere from $.03/word to $.24/word.

You will get paid via PayPal and your level (Standard, Pro, Proofread) will dictate how much you make. 

Lionbridge

Founded in 1996, Lionbridge is a major transcript company that operates in more than 26 countries. 

They currently employ 6,000 people and boast a network of over 100,000 work-at-home employees. 

They provide translation and localization to international business clients.

Application Process:

The application process you will need to apply as an expert, this just means you’ll be doing translations. 

You will fill out a quick form that asks a few simple questions such as experience, education, and basic information. 

You will then need to take a test to test your abilities and from there if you pass you can start working!

Requirements:

  • Bilingual
  • Internet access
  • Good communication skills

Pay: You will make around $10-$15 depending on your position.

Language Service Associates

Since 1991, the Language Service Associates has been providing language interpretation services. 

They currently offer more than 200 languages and helped over 2,000 institutions worldwide.

They currently work with healthcare, government, financial, insurance, banking, entertainment, hospitality, and manufacturing industries.

Application Process:

To apply you will need to supply them with a few of your qualifications. 

They will look at your education, training, experience, and credentials. They will then give you a test to see what your skills are. If you pass that they will begin orientation and you can get started shortly.

Requirements:

  • Higher education like a college degree or advanced certification
  • Previous transcription experience
  • Good communication skills
  • Bilingual

Pay: depending on your position and skills, you can make $11 to $27 hourly.

World Lingo

World Lingo is providing translation services to individuals and business owners who are looking to grow their brand across the globe.

If your translation skills are top-notch, you will be able to work for two main categories:

  • Generalists: You must have 5 years of continuous translation experience. 
  • Specialists: You must be a member of the professional translation association and have a degree.

Application Process:

All you will need to do is navigate to the job center, click “apply” and start filling in the requirements.

Requirements:

  • University degree
  • Multiple years of experience
  • Member of the professional translation services

Pay: You will make roughly $26,000/yearly

Marketing Online Jobs

If you enjoy performing marketing tasks that have a direct impact on the growth of a company, then you’ll love working in online marketing.

Online jobs include tasks like writing, ad-buying, SEO, etc.

Every company needs someone that can help them grow!

With the growth of the internet and social media, more and more work from home marketing opportunities are coming around.

If you have the skills, you can work for just about any company from large corporations, local businesses, and startups.

Every company will have basic requirements like some previous experience, communication skills, and of course computer and internet equipment.

Guess which requirement we didn’t mention?

A college degree.

Believe it or not, the old notion that you won’t get a good job without a degree isn’t true anymore.

Companies are starting to realize that if they want to compete, they need to focus on hiring skilled laborers regardless of their educational background.

All of the jobs on this list will prefer or require a college degree, but if you read between the lines, you can easily get in without a college degree.

Don’t be afraid to get started to look beyond acquiring a job.

Sites like Upwork and Freelancer have thousands of jobs posted every day

SmartBrief

Since 1999, SmartBrief mission has been to help 6 million busy professionals stay informed on the important news shaping their industry. 

They are located in the heart of Washington D.C and they are a thriving digital media publisher of targeted business news.

Your job will be to write and edit content, manage thriving accounts, and work with new technologies. 

Your position will be independent but with a team behind your back. 

You will need a very creative and passionate personality for this position as you will be always innovating and getting the job done. 

Application Process:

The hiring process will be a little more in-depth compared to other jobs. 

You will need to submit your experience, education, skills, and much more. You will be required to take a few skills test and once completed you will start training. From there you will be able to get started. 

Requirements: 

  • Research and communication skills
  • Bachelor’s Degree

Pay: The average pay for a SmartBrief employee is $87,000 but this can vary on the job position.

Kirkus Media

Founded in 1933, Kirkus Reviews originated as Virginia Kirkus Bookshop Service.

Their mission is to give up and coming authors the ability to have their book reviewed, edited, and promoted. They want to help small authors get the exposure they deserve as well as supply individuals with jobs. 

Your job will vary depending on your skills but for marketing, you will be helping get authors’ books a lot of attention. 

They are coming to Kirkus Media to hopefully learn and get their book in the hands of consumers. You will work with social media, email marketing, and Kirkus reviews.

Application Process:

The hiring process will start with you turning in your application, they will ask some pretty typical questions. 

You will then be tested on your skills and once accepted you’ll have some training. Once you’ve completed the basics you can begin helping authors.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience in copywriting and editing
  • Computer and internet

Pay: You can make anywhere from $40,000 to $56,000 depending on your job position.

NexRep

NexRep hires customer service agents to field calls from clients like Priceline, Grubhub, and more. 

They are a virtual call center that offers flexible hours for inbound and outbound call positions. Their mission is to hire out independent contractors to handle all sales, inbound, and outbound calls.

If you have a sales-driven mindset then you will be a perfect fit for NexPay. 

Your job will be to take Inbound or Outbound calls, tech support, virtual sales, or beauty consultation.

Application Process:

To apply all you will need to do is submit your application on their website and if they like it they will contact you as quickly as they can. 

From there you will do some training and start working.

Requirements:

  • College degree is preferred 
  • Customer service skills
  • Computer and internet

Pay: On average $10-$15/hour. The very top agents made about $25 an hour.

Cactus Global

Cactus Global is an India based company that specializes in scientific, academic, and medical writing. 

Because Cactus Global is an India based company, a lot of their English can be a little off, so one of your jobs will be to double-check for typos, add proper English where needed, and fix terminology. 

You will have a flexible schedule but you need to produce a certain amount of hours every week.

Application Process:

To apply, all you need to do is fill out their application.

If they like what they see, they will send you a few tests. If you pass, then you can get started on your work.

Requirements:

  • A computer that handles their software
  • Internet
  • Basic Computer knowledge

Pay: Around $15 an hour but this can largely vary because its an India based company. 

Contena

Contenta is a business that hires freelancers to write blogs or articles for their clients. 

Contena has a large page full of various projects that the freelance writers can pick up to write about. 

Most of their work includes technology, education, wellness, finance, beauty, and other growing industries. 

You will get to choose which topic you write about along with how much you would like to work a week. 

All work will be done from home and you will need to pay a monthly subscription of $42 to do work on Contena.

Requirements:

  • Computer and internet
  • Solid English and grammar
  • Passion for writing

Pay: Because this is freelancing the pay will vary on your job and experience.

iWriter

iWriter is a business that connects people that need articles written to people who can write articles. 

Their process is simple, a client will post the project they need to be written and 1,000’s of freelance writers from across the globe will have instant access to the job. 

They can either accept or decline the work. 

This might seem hard to pick up work but there is more than enough work posted every day. 

As a freelancer, you will have access to a lot of work every day. You just set up an account and can immediately start working. 

You will see the projects available and either decide to write for them or just ignore them. 

Application Process:

  • You will register for an account, and specify what you enjoy writing about. 
  • From there you can start training and accepting work.

Requirements:

  • Must live in North/South America, Europe, Asia, or Australia 
  • Computer and internet
  • Copywriting skills

Pay: iWriter pays their writers on a three-tiered structure.

Here they are:

  • Standard Writer: $6.08/1,000 words
  • Premium Writer: $8.51/1,000 words
  • Elite Writer: $14.99/1,000 words

Writers.Work

Writers.Work connects strong writers to companies.

They post work they need and a freelance writer will either accept or ignore the work. 

This is a great opportunity for both the freelancer and company as they both will benefit from Writers.work.

Their goal is to provide an easy meeting point for writers and companies. 

Your work will include general content, blogging, copywriting, and social media posts. 

What you choose to do is completely up to you. 

They have thousands of writing jobs that you can do from home!

Application Process:

All you need to do is fill out some basic information and they will ask a few additional questions. 

You can get started as soon as in 30 minutes.

Requirements:

  • 18 years old
  • Strong Internet connection
  • Strong customer service skills.

Pay: Freelance writers can make anywhere from $20-$64/hour. 

Your pay depends on skill level.

Final Thoughts

Keep in mind that some of these jobs will offer full-time roles while others will be part-time. 

Just make sure you pick the jobs that are best for you based on the role and the flexibility.

Through my eight years of working online, I’ve had just about every online marketing job imaginable.

I’ve worked as a direct-response copywriter, content writer, transcriber, and even a virtual assistant when I was starting out.

This allowed me to grow my marketing skills until I was finally ready to start my own company.

If your goals are to find a stable company to work and grow with, you may want to do some extra due-diligence.

Many startup companies are shifting with the digital tide and run 100%, virtual teams.

Their hiring process starts by hiring someone as a part-time worker in a trial period. After the trial period, if it’s the right fit, they’ll offer you a full-time role.

Carlton Clark

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