Part-Time Remote Jobs

Part-Time Remote Jobs

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1. Virtual Executive Assistant

Virtual assistants act as remote administrative assistants. Their work involves scheduling appointments, making phone calls, planning travel arrangements, responding to emails, or conducting data entries.  Strong candidates for this position must have excellent communication skills and superior organizational skills.

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1. Virtual Executive Assistant

VA jobs are great options for remote workers who aren't quite sure what direction their career might take. They can hone skill sets while they discover what their new career might look like down the line. Virtual executive assistants make an average of $26,359 per year.

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2. Social Media Strategist

In today’s world, businesses need a comprehensive social media strategy to sell products and connect with customers.  However, not all businesses have the time or resources to devote to social media management.  That’s where social media strategists come into play. This position requires strong communication skills, excellent 

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2. Social Media Strategist

writing skills, and the ability to be creative. Social media strategists make up to $50,473 per year.

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3. Freelance Writer

As many companies start to offer blog pages and article sections to attract customers, freelance writers are in high demand. To land a role as a freelance writer, you must have excellent editorial skills, strong attention to detail, a firm grasp of SEO best practices, and the ability to meet deadlines. Freelance writers make up to $52,807 per year.

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4. Customer Support Specialist

If you like solving problems and helping clients better understand a product or service, customer support positions are for you. Many of these positions are entry-level and therefore require strong soft skills such as professionalism and friendliness. A customer support specialist makes up to $33,359 per year.

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5. Online Tutor

With many students still participating in remote learning across the country, there is a great need for online tutors. Online tutors must demonstrate patience and empathy, exhibit problem-solving skills, and have technical knowledge in a specific area. Online tutors make up to $42,000 per year.

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6. Teacher

Want to get even more involved in the classroom? There are various teaching opportunities for numerous subjects and age levels. The skills needed to become an influential teacher include critical thinking, patience, communication, organization, and conflict resolution. Teachers make an average of $30,095 per year.

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7. Rideshare Driver

If you’re interested in creating your own work schedule, becoming a rideshare driver is a great option.  Working as a driver for Uber or Lyft provides you with flexibility, allows you to meet new people, and tell your friends some fun (or not so fun) stories. There are minimum requirements other than some required documents and a driver screen 

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to complete before becoming a driver. Rideshare drivers make up to $30,245 per year.

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8. Interpreter

Interpreters provide more effective communication methods for non-English speakers. In order to do this, interpreters must demonstrate amazing language skills, cultural competence, empathetic listening, and specialized knowledge for a specific industry or field. The average salary for interpreters is $43,309 per year.

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9. Brand Ambassador

Brand ambassadors, or social media influencers, are rising in popularity as a way for brands to market their products and services.  If you have a high social media following, strong promotional skills, enthusiasm and knowledge for a specific brand, and talent for relationship-building, you would make a great ambassador.

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9. Brand Ambassador

Brand ambassadors make up to $32,000 per year.

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10. Data Entry

If you’re one of those people who can type 200+ words per minute, a job in data entry could be a good fit.  To be a strong candidate for data entry positions, you must be able to catch errors, show strong accuracy, demonstrate attention to detail, type quickly, and be knowledgeable about certain programs.

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10. Data Entry

The average salary for data entry positions is $28,342 per year.

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11. Bookkeeper or Accountant

Bookkeepers and accountants play an important role for all businesses. Bookkeepers handle the day-to-day tasks of recording financial transactions, whereas accountants provide insight and analysis from this data.  Both positions require strong organizational skills, integrity and transparency, attention to 

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11. Bookkeeper or Accountant

detail, and analytical skills. The average salary for is $39,193 per year for bookkeepers and $53,898 per year for accountants.

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12. Transcriber

Transcribers help ensure efficient information processing for a variety of industries from medicine and science to history and nonprofit organizations.  Transcribers listen to audio or video files and write down everything they hear. This role requires someone with attentive listening, fast typing skills, strong writing and grammar skills, and sharp 

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12. Transcriber

memory. For more information on earning money transcribing, check out our guide to becoming a transcriptionist. The average salary for transcribers is $35,471 per year.

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13. Home Care Schedule Caregivers

Home care schedulers act as a liaison between the health facility, client, caregiver, and payer. Their primary function is to schedule and manage the flow of patient care to make sure that high-quality service is provided and that the patient is satisfied.  Home care schedulers must possess excellent communication skills, 

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13. Home Care Schedule Caregivers

demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, and have the ability to multitask and adapt to changing conditions. Folks with healthcare or caregiving backgrounds can also find lucrative work as travel nurses. Check out trustaff for travel nursing opportunities. The average salary for this position is $31,591 per year.

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14. Health and Fitness Coach

If you’re passionate about helping others achieve their health and wellness goals, you should consider becoming a health and fitness coach. In this role, you will build one-on-one relationships with clients and help develop specialized meal plans and workout routines.  In order to excel in this position, you must demonstrate health and fitness knowledge, strong 

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14. Health and Fitness Coach

interpersonal leadership skills, energy and commitment, and a solutions-oriented approach. The average salary for health and fitness coaches is $59,714 per year.

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15. Account Manager

The main purpose of account managers is to build and maintain strong relationships with clients. Account managers can work at a variety of companies and must demonstrate skills in listening, time management, interpersonal communication, and adaptability. The average annual salary for account managers is $56,812.

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