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Remember that time when you and your office wanted to watch the NBA Finals or the Miss Universe Pageant but it was aired live and you’re on the other side of the world so you were at the office when it happened? Or that time when your favorite cousin swung by your city and wanted to hang out at the beach with you but you had a report to submit to your boss so you couldn’t go with him? Those are the moments when the need to be in the office outweighed your desire to be where you want to be and do the thing with people that you love.
What if I told you there is a way to get the best of both worlds?
Work at home or abroad while earning top money, spend more time with your family and do your job and focus on your career when and where you want.
Sounds like a scam? No, it is not.
Welcome to the world of online jobs.
The virtual jobs industry is soaring right now with people and companies cashing in on the big internet boom. With all the demands to be online, there is an avalanche of opportunities that one can pick out, the problem now is finding that perfect niche for you and your talents. Some of the more basic career paths that people take online are divided into two, the part-time and full-time work. Part-time work can consist of a small project based jobs like test websites for $30 an hour, answer surveys, tutoring, review stuff, data entry, join online focus groups and sell or rent things online. Full-time jobs are often one that demand a certain number of hours per week or that you complete a set of tasks for the duration of your tenure.
One of the most lucrative markets right now is the Virtual Assistant (VA), you do everything online and at the comfort of your home or if you are on a vacation. You can check emails and make reports for your boss, do research or design marketing plans and submit it online. Some of the more high-end or experienced VAs, especially those that come from the corporate world can command as high as $50 to around $100 dollars a month. If you lack the experience or don’t want to commit to a long-term VA job, you can try technical freelancing.
Technical freelancing includes everything from graphics design, internet marketing, coding and web programming. The best part about technical freelancing is you get to pick the job that you like at the best price that you think you deserve. You can go for the long term, high paying projects, or if you have a travel adventure coming up, pick the easier more manageable projects that fit your skill step. Technical freelancing is so vast and so lenient with its time requirements that we often meet technical writers on the road or at beaches backpacking around countries with only their laptops and an access to internet and Wi-Fi at certain times of the day. The best part of technical freelancing is that there are a lot of trusted websites out there that act as go-betweens for freelancers and customers. Websites like:
In reality, there are a lot of online jobs or ways to make money online right if you have the time and the effort to go find them. Some bloggers, vloggers and digital social media influencers earn as much as $30,000 to $50,000 dollars a month online by doing what they like and pursuing their passion. There are travel vlogs made and maintained by a 30-year old retired IT salesman, baking lessons from a mommy blog website, health and gym articles from a gym instructor in New York, finance webinars from an investment banker currently on vacation in Thailand, the possibility are almost endless with everyone struggling to find their space and their place online.
So if you want to get out of the 9 to 5 daily grind and want to explore more or spend more time at home, pick-up your laptop and scan online. Start looking at stories of people who made the successful transition and slowly learn how to get on board the online train so you can work where you want when you want.