What’s your niche?
In today’s internet world, the World Wide Web provides a huge array of jobs that you can choose from. From work and home jobs to jobs with skill-specific job sets, all of them you can find in the web. Below are some of the jobs you can choose from:
1. Become a freelancer.
Skilled professionals can find a number of freelance job opportunities on the Web. You can find a number of jobs online if you are well-skilled with like in programming, website design, financial analysis, online marketing, and blog or ghost writing to name a few.
As businesses look towards cost cutting and outsource some of their work, there is a huge demand for professionals, consultants and freelancers. Small businesses that lack resources to hire full time staffs also form a huge market for these freelance websites.
In every site that that you would go to below, you will need to create a thorough profile then start bidding on projects, so your profile, skill sets, portfolio (if any) and other useful and relative data pertaining to you play a great role to landing a job. Even on low cost jobs.
Here are places where you can find freelance work:
- Elance http://www.elance.com
- Guru http://www.guru.com
- Freelancer.com http://www.freelancer.com
- GetACoder http://www.getacoder.com
- ODesk http://www.odesk.com
- Scriptlance http://www.scriptlance.com
2. Join the growing call center industry.
One of the fastest growing work-at-home that you can find over the internet is a virtual call center. As more businesses move from traditional call centers to more low-cost alternatives, more companies use home based call center agents to provide customer service support.
Some companies where you can apply include:
3. Provide tech support.
With the increasing number of computer users, from small businesses to students, chances are computers may crash or get affected by malwares and viruses. One work at home opportunity is having a virtual computer technical support service.
If you are a programmer or information technology professional, you can apply to several companies that allow you to earn from home troubleshooting computers and similar equipment through the phone or onsite by visiting the client.
You can provide tech support over the phone, or in some cases, clients may require you to provide computer support onsite.
Here are some companies that you can join:
- GeeksonTime.com http://geeksontime.com/working-with-geeks.aspx
- ComputerAssistant.com http://www.computerassistant.com (provides both remote support by phone and onsite support)
- PlumChoice.com http://www.plumchoice.com/company/careers.asp
- Gurus2Go.com http://www.gurus2go.com/about/gurus2go-computer-service/become-a-guru
- Fastteks.com http://www.fastteks.com/Technician-Inquiry.aspx
4. Become a virtual assistant.
The virtual assistance business is the reinvention of the secretarial and administrative assistance business from way back ions ago. As a virtual assistant, you can offer a number of services such as internet research, data processing, desktop publishing, bookkeeping services, web site development and maintenance, word processing, email handling, marketing services, among others.
You can start a virtual assistant business and use these organizations to help you find work
- International Virtual Assistants Association http://www.ivaa.org/
- Alliance for Virtual Businesses http://www.allianceforvirtualbiz.com/
- International Association of Administrative Professionals http://www.iaap-hq.org/
- Virtual Assistant Networking Forum (VANF) http://www.vanetworking.com/
- Virtual Business Group http://www.virtualbizgroup.com/
- Virtual-Professionals.com http://www.virtual-professionals.com/
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