Have you ever thought about working remotely? Although I work full-time in an office setting, I'm super intrigued by flexible work schedules and remote jobs. Working from home is becoming more mainstream and you no longer have to be at a certain point in your career or have several years of experience to do your job outside of a traditional office setting.
Whether you're a recent college graduate, transitioning between career fields or just looking to gain more professional experience, an entry-level remote job might be right up your alley.
The jobs listed below from Remote.co can be done from the comfort of your own home. As long as you have access to a computer, WiFi and a reliable phone, you have the tools you need to telecommute. Take a look and see if any of the positions catch your eye!
Translators are needed to translate manuscripts written by Chinese researchers from Chinese into English. This entry-level, remote job is seeking candidates with technical expertise in academic areas and fluency in reading and writing Chinese and English.
A full-time, entry-level, remote application consultant is needed to help with the implementation and support of a management system for professional and trade associations throughout the United States. Experience with SQL scripting and SSRS is needed.
A junior financial planner is needed to work remotely for a university to meet with prospective students over the phone, assist with the completion of financial aid applications, and coordinate financial aid appointments. A high school diploma is required.
Assisting the CEO with tasks, managing calendars and special events, answering phones, and other duties are required of the virtual office assistant. The position is remote and requires excellent verbal and written skills.
A part-time, remote writer is needed to write content on the topic of healthy living. Knowledge in a particular area such as personal fitness or diet programs is needed.
A PR associate is needed to work on a 100% remote team to respond to journalist questions, pitch guest posts, and work on campaigns. At least one year of professional work experience or notable internship experience is needed.
Working for a technology company, this remote job will assist customers with simple and complex problems. A high school diploma or equivalent, and one year or more of customer service experience is needed.
The recruitment associate will help source candidates, develop tailored communication for different audiences, manage data entry, and more. No experience is needed for this work-from-home job.
A part-time, entry-level, remote quality assurance associate is needed to help make websites easier to use by defining and clarifying specs, documenting processes, and improving processes.
Could you ever see yourself working from home and having a remote job? Do you have a remote job already? If so, how do you like it? Share your thoughts with me in the comments section below!