20 Jobs You Can Do Virtually

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Welcome To The Virtual Age

We are at the dawn of the virtual age. With virtual reality carving out a space in our everyday reality, the workforce landscape is also moving in this direction. There are more jobs than ever that you can do virtually, thanks to cloud and smart technologies. If you have been thinking of entering this field and want to work from home; we have listed 20 jobs that you can do virtually!

1. Content Developer

This is one of the most popular jobs you can do virtually and if you’re quite good at it, you can make a very decent income. It’s all about writing & developing original content for websites and social media through blogs and newsletters.

2. Transcriber

This specifically involves you watching a video file or listening to an audio file and typing out exactly what you hear. All you need is a headset to shield away noise and a laptop and this can be done in your home.

3. Graphic Designer

All you need your computer and a few good graphic design program and the client’s brief and you can easily work remotely.

4. Virtual Assistant

When you are talking about performing office duties such as responding to e-mails, data entry and social media management etc., this is what virtual assistant do and it is high in demand.

5. Online Translator

This is quite easy Iprovided you speka more than one language)! Although your proficiency level will be required, and you can work virtually depending on clients or the company.

6. Survey Taker

All you have to do is to partake in an opinion poll by answering questions about a product, service etc.

7. Virtual Tutor

Do you have an interest in the field of education and you are willing to teach? Then being a virtual tutor is one a great option that you can do from the comfort of your home.

8. Software Developer

This for individuals who are tech savvy. Right from the comfort of your home, you can develop programs and software for clients.

9. Website Tester

There are companies who require services of individuals to review their site before publishing to a broader audience and all it takes is an average of 15 minutes to review a site.

10. Customer Service Representative

As odd as this may sound, it is real. You will require excellent computer skills and good customer etiquette and you are good to go virtually. With your skills, you can help customers solve situations and guide them perfectly well right there online or telecommunication.

11. Blogger

This has no limitation; you can blog about anything you desire from wherever you are. All you need is a computer and internet access.

12. Typist

If you can type very fast, and you have a computer, this is one job you can easily do virtually.

13. Animator

If you are an artistic individual, and can find your way around visual effects, then this one job you can do virtually for media and video games companies.

14. Voice-Over Artist

Now, not everybody is going to do this. But if you have a sweet voice, you could just record with your computer and voice some jingles or adverts virtually.

15. Digital Marketer

This requires to be tech savvy, and very good with analytics. With that settled, the rest can be done virtually.

16. Online Reseller

With this, you can rake in large sums of money just by helping people who are shy or busy to sell their items online.

17. Editor

This requires a high level of proficiency in English but it is one job that can be done virtually by proofreading for different content developers.

18. Film and Post Instructional Videos

With this, whatever you have passion for and you are good at it, feel free to create a YouTube account and film yourself instructing others and you can earn some cash for doing that.

19. Online Juror

Although, this may sound funny, but you should know that attorneys before preparing for a trial often seek for feedback on cases and here you are, you can lend your view and make some cash virtually.

20. Product Reviewer

This is similar to the website tester, but this has no limitations. You can earn some cash by reviewing products for companies who are about releasing a new product into the market.

There you have it! 20 jobs you can do virtually today! Sign up for Sage Groupy, set up your online profile and get matched!

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Posted in Freelancing For Beginners, Freelancing Tips on Mar 28, 2018

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