Saturday, 3 October 2020

5 Work From Home Jobs With No Start Up Fees

In this article, you're going to learn how to trade in time for money. I'm a big believer and working from home. Obviously, and in this article, we're going to cover a different work from home opportunities that require no fees or no cost. I recognize that now all of you want to start your own business and you just want to find work from home job that requires no startup fees and this is what this article is about. Just keep in mind that some companies won't get back to you in time, or at all. 

1. Working As Account Specialist

The first company I want to talk about is As a business owner, I am responsible for dealing with taxes, and other stuff, and I don't do that by myself I actually hire people to do that like the accountant's department to kind of handle that stuff for me. And this company actually specializes in providing small businesses like myself remote accountants, virtual accountants specialists, and these people are responsible for things like payroll, month in closing, and other accounting things that small businesses like me need. The type of people that they're looking for right now, you must be a US citizen, you must have three years experience in bookkeeping, and they have all other requirements that you should check out on their website 

The good thing about this particular company is they have some great benefits like vacation, paid holidays, medical and dental, 401k plan. This company is unique in that way where they actually offer those work from home benefits. 

But you're probably wondering how much you can make with this particular company and according to Glassdoor here it says that you can make up to $20 an hour working for this company as an accountant specialist.

That's pretty good money for a work from home position especially when you consider some of the benefits that they provide you. 

2. Become An Online Tutor

Another company is As we've all experienced issues in school sometimes you will actually have to have a tutor, I know I did, but back in the days you need to have to go to the library to meet up with the tutor or meet up after class, but now we have the Internet so you can meet up with the tutor online and that gives you an opportunity to make money as a tutor. So they layout the process, you fill out an application, you pick the subject that you think you're good at, and they test you on that, and then they'll do like a mock session with someone that needs tutoring and then after that, you've completed the application process and then fill out your profile and then you can start tutoring.

Then at that point, you can just log in whenever you're available. You can tutor from anywhere and you get paid regularly.

What does it take to actually be a tutor for

You need to reside in the U.S. you also need a valid social security number, you have to be eligible to work in the US, and all these other requirements that's listed down on their website in terms of technology. 

If you're wondering what topics you can to tutor on, they've listed them on their website, so they give you a lot of variation in terms of some of the topics that you can help people tutor.

In terms of the payment according to Glassdoor, you can make up to $25,000 a year which basically translates to $12 an hour.

It's not a lot of money, but it's something to consider maybe it might be a way to make some additional income but it's definitely not a lot of money that you can make.

3. Working As Virtual Assistants

The next company we want to talk about here is Again, me as a business owner I actually have virtual people that work for me so initially, at the beginning of this article I talked about the virtual accountant, but I also have virtual assistants that help me with writing and sometimes editing videos, and there are people that are looking for virtual assistants to do various things, and fancy hands hire those virtual assistants. So it lays out some of the things that you'll be doing so you could be making phone calls on behalf of other people, you could be scheduling an appointment, you could be tracking down things online, finding hotels, doing data entry. Anything basically that small business needs you probably be doing, but you'll be doing it from home.

Some of the skills that you need to have, obviously, communication skills, you need a computer and reliable internet connection. 

In terms of payment they pay a little differently, whereas most of these other positions that we were talking about, they pay per hour, this position you're being paid per task, and you're getting paid anywhere from $4 to $7 per task, and then you're paid every other week which is good so you don't have to wait like a month to get paid. 

4. English Transcription Editor

The next company we're covering is What it is it's a typing job. They might be like a voice mail that needs to be recorded, let's say there was a meeting, and they need something to type in everything that was being said either in that voice recording or meeting, that's basically what a transcriber or transcriptionist does. This particular company or this particular job is a little different in that, you're transcriptionists, but also an editor. With certain transcriptionist, they just basically type everything that they're hearing and necessarily doing some editing, with this particular position you are doing trend transcription, but you're also an editor that makes sure that everything is written in proper punctuation, grammar, spelling so that someone can basically pass this off as a finished document so that's basically what you're doing as an English transcription editor.

They've listed out the requirements obviously you need to have excellent written communication skills, excellent command of the English language, grammar, and punctuation. 

You need to also have experience with computer word processing, and obviously, you need to type really fast. The good thing about this is you don't necessarily have to have a history as a transcriptionist or editor, you just need to have these basic skills and they are happy with that.

The good thing about this position is you're getting paid anywhere from $10 to $30 per hour so you get paid really really good money with this particular position.

5. Remote Interpreters

This particular company focus on interpretation or translation. We are worldwide and a lot of us speak different languages and we need to have people that can actually translate those languages in different situations. So let's say there's a medical emergency and the person doesn't know how to speak English, they would call like an interpreter to actually be able to sit there and interpret for them, and that gives you an opportunity to make money. The great thing about this particular company is they are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so that means that there's going to be a lot of opportunities for you to work because they have different hours for everyone. Here are the different positions that they actually have.

They have telephone interpreters and that's exactly what it sounds like where you're on the telephone and you're doing interpretation and you can see the different countries that they have. 

They also have video remote interpreters so think of this as like you are on skype or you're on zoom, and you're doing some interpretation or translation for the people that are on that particular call.

In terms of applying, basically what you got to do is just click on the apply button, read the responsibilities pretty straightforward, and then you can apply for this job.

Just keep in mind that just in case they don't have your particular country or language, they do have like general telephone interpreter jobs.

How much can you make with this particular company according to Glassdoor you can earn up to $36 an hour for an over-the-phone interpreter. So this by far is one of the best paying work from home jobs I've covered in this article, and again, it's international.


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