There are plenty of jobs that require little to no experience at all. You can make pretty good money if you teach yourself a couple of skills here and there. And you’ve probably seen the posts and comments on social media about jobs where you can work from home and earn thousands.
In addition to the traditional job, you can apply for side hustles and use the free time to gain new skills and earn. How much do you expect to make? Which websites to check for side gigs? And what is the minimum age required to be eligible to apply?
No golden rule will help you make such money online, but you can find good and legitimate jobs with limited or no experience. To help you navigate the process, we’ve put together this list of easy online jobs, so feel free to check them out.
While talking about social media platforms, let’s mention social media in general and how you can earn from it. You can work as a social media creator or manager. Even though it might sound too good to be true, you don’t need a lot of experience to start and grow in the field.
All you need is an eye for creating appealing content and keeping the social media channels in tune. Depending on the company, you might be responsible across multiple platforms instead of managing their TikTok account only. You might be monitoring social performance, reviewing the feeds and taking note of the posts relevant to your company, implementing social media marketing campaigns, etc.
For example, you can even start your channel, let’s say on TikTok, and grow your audience. Many teenagers and young people have used the platform to spread body positivity and gender awareness, talk about social stigmas, and much more.
Data entry is the first thing that comes to my mind when talking about little-to-no-experience remote jobs. Data entry clerks enter data from a printed document, spreadsheet, or another source into a digital source, like software, database, or spreadsheet.
As a data entry clerk, you might be responsible for reviewing and verifying the information, checking for punctuation, and errors, manually inputting invoices and bills, etc.
Many companies hire people with high school diplomas and limited work experience and usually post these jobs on freelance sites like Fiverr, Upwork, People Per Hour, Freelancer, etc.
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You will check for errors in a written content piece as a copy editor or proofreader. While proofreaders look for grammatical, punctuation, typos, style errors, or formatting, the copy editors might make some changes to the article to ensure clarity, consistency, and accuracy in the delivered information.
Companies like digital marketing agencies produce large amounts of content daily since they are working with clients worldwide to optimize their sites, improve their Google rankings in the search results, grow organic traffic and increase brand awareness and visibility.
You can work as a freelancer or on a project basis. Even though this job requires little experience, you’ll need strong English writing skills and a keen eye for detail before diving into the industry.
OnlyFans is a platform where you can earn pretty good if you create quality content and attract the right audience. However, you need to be 18+ to be able to create an account on the site and publish content.
If you think that starting OnlyFans is the perfect career choice online, give it a try and get the most out of it. Many people enjoy working on the platform and creating content. Thus it’s worth the try. And the best part is you don’t need any particular experience to start working as an OnlyFans model, just basic social media knowledge and taking pictures.
For instance, you can check these 18-year-old OnlyFans accounts to see the teens and young models thriving and check out their type of content.
Virtual assistant duties include taking care of the company’s administrative work online. It’s a modification of the traditional secretary/assistant job in a regular company, with the difference of doing your job remotely.
Your tasks might include maintaining databases, taking care of the company’s social media platforms, creating content, answering emails, comments, and messages, organizing the executive calendar, and keeping things tidy.
Make sure to read the job description before applying to any position since even though these jobs require only a high school diploma to be eligible to apply, some companies might prefer people with a college degree or a certain experience in the field.
Roll Up Your Sleeves!
To get the experience you want and start working online, roll up your sleeves and get your affairs straight. Do some research and start applying for side gigs on freelance sites first.