7 Fully Remote Entry-Level Jobs

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By Rachel Jay | June 28, 2017 | remote.co

College graduations recently happened all around the country. And with those graduation ceremonies came a flood of new college grads entering the workforce. If you’re one of those new grads, you might be looking for a job that offers some flexibility. Fortunately, there are plenty of remote entry-level jobs available.

According to a recent FlexJobs survey, 85 percent of surveyed millennials want to work remotely 100 percent of the time. Millennials are valuing work flexibility and seeking out these opportunities in order to travel, have side businesses, ditch a long commute, and explore hobbies.

Below we’re featuring seven fully remote jobs that require little to no experience. As entry-level jobs, these positions are perfect for recent graduates, along with anyone seeking a remote job in a new industry.

Check out these seven fully remote entry-level jobs:

1. Web Tester

This entry-level position works remotely as a contractor to help migrate editorial content to a new content management system. Other duties include creating a formal QA checklist, light debugging, testing browsers for functionality, and documenting steps.

2. PPC Specialist

Working from home on a part-time schedule, a PPC specialist will manage client AdWord accounts and will eventually act as an in-house expert on PPC optimization. Previous Google AdWords or Facebook Ads knowledge is helpful, but not required.

3. Virtual Office Assistant – Admin

As a virtual office assistant, you will manage calendars and special events, answer phones, assist the CEO, and follow project standards. Excellent verbal and written skills are required for this remote job, along with proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel, Google apps, Basecamp, and other online tools.

4. Writing Tutor

A writing tutor is needed on a part-time basis to work from home tutoring college or high school students in English and writing. The entry-level position works a scheduled 8 to 19 hours per week, based on the candidate’s availability. Previous tutoring or teaching experience is needed.

5. Customer & Employee Support Rep – Finance

Work from anywhere as a digital nomad for one of the leading companies that’s working to grow the digital nomad community. Ideally you should have a bachelor’s degree, and be proficient with Microsoft Office. Some experience with a customer service application would also improve your chances.

6. General Transcriptionist

General transcriptionists are needed to transcribe non-medical audio files. No experience is needed, but you’ll need to pass a transcription test. The job pays $0.70 to $1.25+ per audio minute. You’ll work from your home office.

7. Contributor

Personal experience with and a passion for hunting, fishing, or shooting will qualify you for a contributor position writing content for outdoor enthusiasts. You’ll need an ability to write concisely, clearly, and with few grammatical errors. Knowledge of WordPress, SEO, and Google Analytics is a plus for this remote job.

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    Wesley
    Mar 15, 2018 at 13:08

    Great article I found this very helpful in my job search. It has led me in the right direction!



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