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In this article we’re going to go over entry level remote jobs to help you make money now. There are tons of these remote job opportunities all around us. Whether you’re trying to get a side job online or looking for a more stable source of income or increasing your income screens or other reasons you will definitely find some awesome ideas in our long list down below.
Over the years I really noticed a lot more moms inquiring about entry-level remote jobs. Especially moms that are pregnant that really don’t want to return to the workforce after they have baby. And I can totally understand that.
When I was pregnant and after I gave birth it was really tough to return back to work and when I did I vowed to be able to work from home in the future and I was actually able to accomplish that!
Some moms might not have the work experience or maybe they want to change career fields. A lot of moms also want to be their own boss and just enjoy the luxury of being able to work from home and be around their family and kids.
Whatever the reason might be, finding a work from home job with no experience is definitely within reach. He can also make a big difference in your work happiness being able to work from home and make a living.
These entry level remote jobs in my roundup list include a ton of different careers and jobs that let you work from home. Before you get started here are some tips that can help you with your job hunt.
these tips are going to help you stay organized and quickly identify the right jobs just for you. It can feel really overwhelming to discover a ton of information so keep these things in mind to help you increase your chances of finding the right work from home job to fit your needs.
The job hunting experience can be very exciting. You’re having your pick of dream jobs that you are searching for and applying to. At the same time if you feel overwhelming sometimes so to help you get the best possible results check out these tips.
OK, first things first, this is how to snag a side job online.
You’re going to be probably visiting many different websites during your job hunt so just keep track of it all it’s important to stay organized. You can do this by tracking and listing the websites that you visit in a spreadsheet or simply bookmark the website for easy return.
Next, keep track of the jobs that you like in the job that you have applied for. You can do this by jotting down the entry-level remote jobs in a notebook or a recording it in your computer.
In your job hunt, keep at it and stay consistent. You can do this by setting aside time every day to review job website and submit your applications, allowing additional time for any follow up or extra steps needed.
Look for work and job websites, job banks, freelance markets and websites, work at home blogs, and other places including some of the websites and sources we list in this article, down below.
Also consider, many companies will hire throughout the year or seasonally.
So keep us in mind as you’re doing your job hunt and if you happen to StumbleUpon an opportunity that you really love that fits into this category keep a record of it you can check back for job opportunities available when the season arrives.
When you actually do your job application take your time and make sure you review it before submitting to correct any errors that may have been made. And you would be surprised a lot of simple errors can happen when you fill out drop off locations from things like auto correct, for example.
Then lastly, consider possibly taking on multiple part-time jobs instead of one full-time job. I actually did this in college and I made a lot more money than if I would’ve had one full-time job.
Not to mention a lot of work from home and remote jobs are part-time so you don’t want to limit your income because of the schedule. Keep your options open and more than one part-time gig. It might be a great fit for you.
Doing this also helps you explore your many passions if you happen to find two different jobs that you absolutely love and want to work. With the flexibility of working multiple part-time jobs you can definitely do that and make the most money that you can.
Ok, lets kick off these entry-level remote jobs you can work from home! Get a side job online, look for full-time remote jobs, or a part time side job, check this out.
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A virtual assistant is a personal assistant that helps their clients virtually. This is one of the perfect entry level remote jobs to work online.
You can have a variety of clients from small businesses too busy professionals or busy household. And you’ll typically do administrative type tasks like taking notes, answering emails and phone calls, and other tasks related to those.
A virtual assistant or VA is a job that I truly love because you don’t need any special skills, background, or education to get started. Well, there are virtual assistant courses or trainings that you can take to help you refine your skills a bit more, they totally are not required and you can land virtual assistant jobs without them.
I am a member of both of these market places and I teach courses on you to me. You’ll love both of these markets because they offer cheap courses. Skillshare, at a monthly membership of around $12 gives you access to their tens of thousands of online courses where you can learn everything from French cooking to watercolor painting to SEO transcription and more.
As a total course junkie myself I love that I have access to all of these trainings right at my fingertips and I can dive into a new course whenever I want. They offer two months free to test out the platform so you can check out Skillshare using my link and see if you like it.
Udemy is pretty similar to Skillshare.
They are a course marketplace as well where you can learn a variety of things from learning how to blog to learning computer programming and everything in between. The course instructors set the prices of their courses on Udemy but you Udemy is known for having their awesome $10 and $15 sales so it’s not unusual to snag a $300 course for 10 bucks, no joke. Check out Udemy here to see what they have to offer.
To become a virtual assistant you should have some virtual assistant training, which can be done online.
Here are companies that hire entry-level virtual assistants:
Editing is about going in and reviewing a document for errors in spelling, grammar, readability, and fact checking. And proofreading is pretty similar but it’s limited to correcting spelling and grammar errors.
Both of these jobs require that you have a strong attention to detail and that you are pretty organized. Your job is important and one of the last steps in the publishing process.
Here are some remote entry level editing and proofreading jobs to take a look at:
Now writing is one of my favorite remote entry level jobs!
I turned to writing fresh out of college when I was working my first corporate job. At that time I was looking for a little extra money to buffer my bank account and writing helped me do that.
Today I’m still a copywriter, helping businesses, bloggers and clients with their writing needs. Writing is great because it lets you be creative and it can be a very lucrative living.
This is the kind of job are you working part time and make a full-time income. Here are some remote entry level writing jobs to review:
For more on freelance writing, check out our free guide on how to make money freelance writing.
Alright, so transcription is all about typing what you hear. It sounds pretty easy because it really can be. Imagine working with headphones on listening to a conversation going on and then typing what you hear. That’s transcription, essentially.
As a transcriptionist you’ll have a variety of different clients from Podcasters to attorneys and more.
To be a transcriptionist you should be well organized, a great communicator, with great attention to detail, a good listener, and a fast typist.
There are tons of transcription trainings out there that you can take although you can totally get away with working one or more transcription jobs without training.
The tricky part comes to the style guide, which is a guide that you’ll follow which basically gives you instructions for how to transcribe. It’ll tell you what speakers or conversations you can ignore, what to do if you can’t make out inaudible speech, etc.
So, this is where your organization and attention to detail skills will come into play. If you can follow instructions then you can definitely be a transcriptionist. And here are some jobs you can snag that are hiring for remote transcriptionists.
Remote phone jobs are popping up left and right all over the Internet which is definitely great news. To work a remote phone job do you want to make sure that you have access to a quiet space like a home office for example.
You’ll need minimal equipment like a computer, a headset and some other equipment may be required. Some companies may even provide you with materials and equipment to do your job from home, which is great.
Working a phone job means that you should have excellent communication skills, you should be great at explaining and giving instructions over the phone and practice excellent customer service, of course. Working from home especially in a remote phone job may be the ultimate dream for many but, take it from me, it is not without its caveats.
When I was working my last job I was so ecstatic to learn that they were introducing a work from home program. My entire team got to go through the rotation which lasted a few months and consisted of me working from home a few weeks at a time and a few days at a time.
Aside from the first couple days which were kind of rocky because the technical glitches, it actually was pretty nice.
Imagine eliminating your commute completely.
Although I didn’t get to experience the full benefit of this because I was literally a two minute drive from my workplace, when I moved away a few years later I realized how lucky I was because at that point I was commuting about two hours a day.
Other than no commute, you also get to enjoy working out of a comfortable space, your home. You get to enjoy breaks and lunches in solitude as well as working alone, independently. Depending on what you do you may even be able to listen to light music or television in the background.
A coworker of mine even hooked up her computer to her big screen TV and used that as a computer monitor to work and she absolutely loved it.
Plus there’s things like your cat cuddling your feet when you working and having access to unlimited coffee without fear of being judged and other awesome perks.
The main thing I did not enjoy about working my remote phone job was work life balance.
The only space I can work from is my bedroom because that’s where my desk was so it’s a little difficult to leave work behind when your workspace is literally a couple inches from your bed.
It was a bit hard to detach and transition from work to home when I got off and while that may not seem like a big deal if you’ve ever struggled with work like balance you know that it definitely is.
But you can do you things to help improve work life balance like working further away from the spaces in your home that you rest like using a spare bedroom as a home office where you can close the door and shut yourself out from the rest of your home. And other things you can do to improve your work life balance.
For me because I only work from home for a couple months I didn’t get the chance to fully explore these other options but I did return to the work place which eliminated my work life balance issue.
Boom, there you go! What do you think of these entry level remote jobs? Share down below.
Pandemic Proof businesses no money required! You have found yourself living in a pandemic and whether you are looking for a source of extra cash or you need a way to make ends meet, we have found seven pandemic-proof businesses to start no money required.
Why start a business?
It’s a dream for many people to pursue entrepreneurship. Not only does it come with benefits like building your dream schedule, work from home, making unlimited income and be the boss but, it also gives you a tremendous sense of self worth and achievement.
It’s a goal that many people strive for and now, living in a pandemic there’s actually no better time to start a business than now.
Let me explain.
First, you may have a lot of extra time on your hands. As much as 30% of the workforce has been laid off with others being furloughed and others working from home.
So any way you look at it, whether you’re working or not, you probably have extra time on your hands.
If you’re not working then of course you have extra time and if you’re working from home then you’ve instantly regained the commute time that you lose every day driving to and coming back from work. So why not take advantage of this extra time on your hands and create a money making business?
and it’s also a very unique time to create a business. Despite what the world is going through, what everyone has in common is that they are being encouraged to stay home. So you can take it vantage of this niche, staying at home and launch a profitable business.
Like many things, there are definitely advantages and disadvantage is to starting a business. Let’s go over some so you have the full picture.
OK, so let’s go down to it.
We have already highlighted some of the benefits up above like working from home, being the boss, making all the rules and the potential for earning a full-time income.
As far as the drawbacks, starting a business is a huge time commitment. You’re gonna have to try to find time to work on the business whether it be before work, weekends or evenings into the night.
When I started my first biz that became so profitable I was able to quit my day job, I was working up to 75 hours per week between my day job and the business.
My day would start at 5 AM and my day would end at 2 AM.
I was also a new mom and nursing a baby while juggling a full-time job and a business. But it definitely paid off and around a year into it I was able to leave my dreaded job behind.
you will feel exhausted, you might feel like giving up and he will probably work many hours before you even see your first dollar in revenue. So keep all this in mind but I understand and at the end of the day it may be totally worth it.
What exactly is a pandemic proof business? Well it’s a business that can whether a pandemic. If you think about how things are now, there are certain industries that have died and other industries that have flourished like medical, technology, Internet tech and others.
So the whole idea of a pandemic proof business is to find a business that can really survive in the worst economic conditions. This is a great business to have because it means that it’ll likely be long lasting and can survive where other industries me nice.
And the best thing is that these business ideas require no money for start up, which is totally huge.
If you don’t know, it takes a lot of money to launch a business in many cases but these seven pandemic proof businesses require no money to start. Without further do you let’s dive into them.
With so many people at home, a lot of them are turning to social media for entertainment.
Not only that but it’s a way to connect with your loved ones when you can’t have face-to-face contact.
So you have apps like House Party that are booming, you have Tik Tok which is growing faster than ever and other social networks that are going strong. You can take advantage of this and make money in a social influencer business.
If you remember back in the day, a lot of celebrities and recording artists had a lot of strong influence on the public and they still do but, the rise of the social influencer is definitely here. That means ordinary people can pop onto Instagram, cultivate an audience and make money doing it.
People are finding mentors and folks they look up to from ordinary people, not necessarily celebrities like in the past.
Most of the big social networks are totally free to join and you don’t need to invest in any pay tools or resources to get your social influence business off the ground. Here’s how you do it:
First, you’re going to create a brand for yourself.
Branding yourself is about making yourself a company so it’s kind of like turning a woman into a brand like Guess, for example. You will have a logo and a website most likely, you’ll have brand colors and you may also have products and services that you offer. So it’s creating a company with yourself as the face.
Join one core social media network whether it be a Instagram, Twitter or other social network. Create content that’s engaging, interact with your fans and above all, post often and post insistently.
You’ll start to notice that your social fanbase will grow and that should give you even more courage to continue posting and growing your social brand.
At the start of the year, so in January 2020 I started a YouTube channel which is now a brand. My goal of creating a channel was to create an additional stream of income and about 4 to 5 months into it I was able to accomplish that.
Now, seven months into the year I’ve been able to grow my following to 200,000 and make an extra $1000 per month!
Keep in mind, growth like this is not typical and my channel is not able to be monetized so my income potential is limited but even so, I still make a nice stream of income on the side, less than a year into the project and as time goes on I expect that income to grow even more.
I have seen brand new influencers grow their fanbase to over 1 million on networks like Tik Tok and they’re now making up to five figures per month from sponsorships and affiliate marketing.
This is also not typical but can it happen? Yes, definitely.
I just wanted to share these success stories to let you know that becoming a social influencer does not have to necessarily be a long road and success is measured with more than just money.
Get the leg up by learning from your competitors…other influencers on IG in your niche.
If you want to look into spying on your competitors on Instagram, you’ll wanna review this resource, which gives you valuable Instagram insight.
This could mean a lot of things but basically you have an online business selling products and/or services and you’re operating on the Internet. You could have an e-commerce store selling goods to the general public or you can be an expert selling your consulting or coaching services.
There are a lot of directions that you can take this but the main takeaways are you operate online.
Industries that are pandemic proof include health, beauty and skin care. Also services are really good like white collar and blue collar services. If you think about it, people still need their AC and refrigerators repaired. They still need to get oil changes. They still need to have their lawn mowed and maintained, pay taxes, do their bookkeeping and more.
How I became a social media manager?
I used the skills and knowledge I developed while running my online store to help others grow their social platform.
Blogging or any kind of digital publishing does well all the time, pandemic or not.
It’s relatively easy to start blogging and if you join Medium, you can start blogging for money.
I just started writing seriously about a month ago and although I’m earning peanuts, my income will snowball over time and I can write what I want, when I want and get paid. I’m part of the Medium partnership program and I get paid for the views my articles receive!
You can also create your own self-published blog with a hosting platform. This option is not free but still pretty affordable, at around $3/month with my favorite host (I use them for this blog, by the way).
Your own blog affords you the opportunity to make money with ads like Medium and also sponsorships, affiliate marketing, and your own products. My first blog I created back in 2016 earned me $20,000 in my first year!
If you’re already blogging or you’ll start a blog and want to turn your blog into a profit making machine, I recommend this training to earn more blogging.
One of the reasons I love this course is because it comes from a true pro at blogging, building his income from $0 to $400,000 per year after expenses. He got to live his dream of working from home and travel 1/4 of the year! It’s great for née bloggers who want to start blogging the right way from the start.
Have I convinced you to try blogging?
It’s truly changed my life and it can be a lucrative hobby you do that can really inspire and transform your life.
Flipping is all about buying products that you can resell for a profit. You can read all about it in my post on these 10 easiest things to flip for cash.
I have been doing flipping off and on for years now.
I flip websites, stuff around the house like toys, clothes, etc.
You can sell in places like:
Start easy and go around your house collecting things you can sell. Outgrown clothes, kids toys your little ones don’t use any more, even pet supplies, office supplies, linens, home goods and much more.
Sell online or in person. In person you can sell in garage sales, flea markets, thrift shops, consignment shops and other places.
You can make this into a real business and it’s totally pandemic proof!
If you are a good writer, you can make money freelance writing. Copywriters get paid to write for others. Their clients can include bloggers, magazines, small businesses, ecommerce stores, local businesses, etc.
You can make money per word so, if you charge $.05/word starting out and write 30,000 words this month, that means you can make $1,500.
It’s a lot easier to find clients than you might think. People are scouring the web looking to hire writers. Check out job banks like Indeed or writing sites like Media Bistro or Pro Blogger Jobs.
You can also find gigs for writing on LinkedIn, Facebook groups, and other places.
This one is great for full-time income potential. You should be able to work well independently, be an excellent communicator and follow instructions well.
Any kind of online store should be able to survive in a pandemic. Though, others do better than others, depending on their field.
Industries that do exceptionally well include:
First, start a Shopify store.
You can build it in about an hour, including a free theme for their Theme store.
Then, load your store with products. If you’re dropshipping, you can source from Ebay, department stores like Sears or Macy’s, other online stores, or marketplaces like Amazon or Aliexpress.
As orders come in, you can fulfill (after receiving the money from customers) and this makes dropshipping with ecommerce a great pandemic proof business to start for free! Shopify does cost money but they have an awesome 14-day trial you can use to get off the ground. Then, as you’re making money, take your profit and use it to pay for the Shopify monthly plan after your trial is over.
I used Shopify to grow my ecommerce business to $30,000 per month. It helped me make money every month and afforded me the opportunity to quit my day job. My life changed forever with that business.
Ecommerce works and it’s one of the 9 smart ways to make $1,000+ from home.
This next one will not earn you a full-time income but it’s a great source of additional income. So if your hours are cut back at work or if you’re looking for a little more money to pad your wallet, look into knowledge sharing, aka survey taking.
You get paid to share your opinion.
Join a survey company for free. Take surveys. Earn cash and rewards. Get paid.
I’ve been doing this off and on for years.
My favorite survey companies to check out:
For high-paying surveys (up to $400 per survey) check out Respondent (I have used them myself, too).
There you go, 7 pandemic proof businesses no money required for startup! Get on it! And let us know what you think below in comments. I would ABSOLUTELY LOVE if you could give me a follow on Tik Tok. It would mean a lot. Thank you!
If you’re looking for an effective way to lose weight then you will definitely want to hear about the OMAD diet. I have tried it all from low-carb, to Weight Watchers, Nutrisystem, calorie counting, the zero calorie diet, and every diet you might’ve heard under the sun.
The truth is, when I was younger I had a real issue with body image and weight. This all happened around the time I was in college. Prior to that, I grew up bouncing between regular weight to chunky.
When I started high school it was really important to me to lose weight so I became a lot more active and ended up dropping around 30 pounds in 2 to 3 months.
I went from 175 to 145 as a freshman in high school and I did that doing a combination of Richard Simmons workouts and joining the basketball team.
Those two days are no joke.
In adulthood I managed to keep my weight down except for that one summer I gained about seven or 8 pounds working a job where I ate a ton of chocolate and coffee just to avoid falling asleep.
And then there was when I met my boyfriend now husband and we put on couple weight.
In my college days I was really obsessed with my weight and I used to follow a site called everydiet or where I’d try a bunch of different diet’s along with trying diet pills to keep my appetite down and help me lose weight.
I hated hated hated exercising but I would do it about 5 to 6 times a week. I actually felt guilty if I didn’t workout so I try to knock it out as early in the day as possible hating every minute of it in the process.
I went from around 185 to 151 doing a ton of different diets, mostly low carb eating. I stressed out about food, nutrition, and exercise on those 24 hours a day and I was really miserable.
During my final years in college I gained some weight so I was heavier starting my first job graduated but I dropped 30 pounds shortly after starting Weight Watchers.
You can see that even from a young ageM weight has always been something that I struggled with.
As an adult I am currently overweight and in your 30s losing weight just isn’t the same as in your 20s. It’s a lot harder and even despite loving exercise now, I just can’t get myself to do it on a regular basis.
So I learned about something called intermittent fasting and OMAD and I’m super stoked to share it with you. OMAD could actually help you lose up to 20 pounds or more in just 30 days.
I wanna first start talking about Intermittent fasting. I start with fasting because the OMAD diet is a form of intermittent fasting and so it’s really important to understand about fasting before you break into OMAD.
Intermittent fasting is about the process of eating within a specific time window during the day.
When your body is digesting food, it is exerting a lot of energy to do so and when you eat and nosh on food all day long, your body is essentially digesting all the time.
This puts its effort on the digestion process and away from other important duties it could be performing in your body.
Fasting helps with this. You will eat during a set time and then fast during a set amount of time. This will be done day in and day out and the goal is to make this a lifestyle.
I won’t lie. In the beginning it can be a little challenging but after you get past the first three days it is super simple and you’ll be doing fasting or without knowing it before you know it.
I lose four pounds my first week intermittent fasting without changing the way I eat and with no exercise.
The 16/8 fast is the traditional fasting window that lets people go with when they first start intermittent fasting. You fast for 16 hours per day and you eat for eight hours per day. So your eating window may be 12 PM to 8 PM and then you fast from 8 PM to 12 PM the next day.
If you’re new to fasting and with your doctors approval this is a good fasting window to start with. As you become more experienced you can extend your fast a bit.
A lot of people start with the classic fast and then they may go to a 18/6 fast or a 20/4 fast and then eventually OMAD.
Now finally, what’s this OMAD thing?
OMAD stands for one meal a day. So if you’re doing this one meal a day fast, it’s just what it sounds like you eat one large meal for the day and the rest of the time, you are fasting.
Traditionally this would be a 23/1 fast where you fast for 23 hours of the day and eat for one hour of the day.
This might sound overwhelming and you may think you can never get to a fast for you only eat one time a dayfor one hour but tons of people do this and the results tend to be faster than if you were to do a classic 16/8 bass.
So, if you are ready to break into OMAD fasting, you are totally going to love it once you get the hang of things.
It’s totally normal to feel deprived at first. Your body is used to eating all day or even eating on a schedule like breakfast, lunch, dinner so it’ll be a transition for sure but, totally worth it. Imagine being able to eat anything you want and lose weight.
There is no such thing as an easy diet.
You either restrict yourself from fat, carbs, sugar, or other things you love to eat or you change your lifestyle by exercising yourself into the ground when you’re not used to it or you can eat whatever you want with exercise not required but you’re limited to just having that food in a one hour time window.
So there really is no perfect diet but I think this one is as close to perfect as you may be able to get.
Now granted, you can eat pretty much anything you want during your one hour feeding window, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to stuff a double whopper and a large onion ring order with a side of ribs and three pieces of triple chocolate cake in your mouth just because you can.
You want to be reasonable here.
Its better to eat a healthier diet because the goal, along with weight loss should firstly be health.
Think of a world where you knees don’t hurt from walking up the stairs or you aren’t huffing and puffing walking into another room. You can potentially get off all your medications, you sleep better, you feel better, you can finally expand your family, you have health.
The OMAD Diet can help with this?
It’s a way of eating, a lifestyle that can help you lose weight which can lead to a healthy life.
This could mean eating at noon, eating at 6 PM, or eating at midnight or any hours in between. You literally make the rules here and you can pick any eating window that you would like. I have seen people choose a midnight or 1 AM eating window and lose a ton of weight, believe it or not. It’s totally up to you.
Stick with your eating window.
OMAD keto blends the OMAS diet with a ketogenic diet.
A keto diet is about low carb eating and while is not a mandatory part of OMAD, a lot of people do this to quicken the weight loss even more. I saw a success story on YouTube today where a lady lost 100 pounds in 4 months on OMAD keto.
I won’t dive into all the ins and outs of the keto diet here, just know that it does involve a low carb way of eating so no bread, pasta, rice, potatoes, refined sugars or any other high carb foods, starchy fruits or veggies are allowed.
This is depriving enough with just limiting your feeding window to one hour day but you’re really pushing yourself when you do keto as well. If your goal is to lose weight quickly and you like the challenge feel free to give it a try.
You make the choice.
I think that it definitely can be worth it and it is a weight-loss solution. As with any diet nutrition or exercise plan make sure to consult with your doctor. I am not an expert or a nutritionist, this is just my personal opinion and I am writing this for informational purposes.
Do you have experience with intermittent fasting? Or OMAD? Share your progress, best practices, or advice down below. I’d love to hear from you.