14 Beginner Entry Level Jobs At Home- No Experience Needed

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no experience jobsToday, I have a list of ‘no experience  jobs‘ for complete beginners.

No doubt, it is a daunting task to look for work-at-home jobs when you first start out.

It is hard to look for legitimate work from home jobs, and it’s even tough to look for the ones that hire someone with no prior experience or a complete beginner.

The online jobs listed below are excellent entry level jobs and can be a good fit for you if you have started searching just now.

Below are some of the no experience jobs for beginners,

 

Transcription

Transcription is an excellent option if you are a beginner looking for no experience jobs. There are many transcription companies out there that will hire you just with your typing skills. That’s something you need to have at least if you want to get into Transcription.

You can always learn more skills to get better jobs in Transcription. The companies that hire newbies in transcription are AccuTran Global, GMR Transcription, Scribie, TranscribeMe!, Ubiqus and Tigerfish.

 

Survey Jobs

Online surveys are great for earning extra money to keep the income flowing when you are just a beginner in work from home industry. You will be voicing your opinions about new brands and making money.

They are easy to do, many of them pay well and the best part is if you choose the right surveys, you can earn good money like any other side job.

The surveys that are totally legit are Swagbucks (get $5 sign up bonus), Survey Junkie and Springboard America. If you sign up for all the surveys, you can make up to $50 to $250 a month with the right demographics.

MyPoints lets you earn a quick $10 when you do your usual shopping online. You also have ways to earn money through surveys, watching videos, playing games, etc.

 

Customer Service

Of all the work-at-home roles, customer service roles are the most wanted, because of their flexibility. You have to keep in mind that most of the customer service jobs require you to be on the phone. 

Many companies offer online customer service roles like Amazon, Apple, Williams Sonoma, LiveOps, Arise, Sutherland, Working Solutions, Sitel, etc.

If you are particularly looking for non-phone jobs, here is a big list of them.

 

Virtual Assisting 

If you wanted to jump into the work-at-home route, I would highly recommend starting with Virtual Assisting. There are two reasons for this. First, this is an excellent sustainable online career that can give you a lot of flexibility to work.

Second, you can provide a lot of services as a Virtual Assistant, and the list is endless.

You can be a Virtual Assistant for many virtual assisting companies like Fancy Hands, Timeetc, Virtual Office VA.

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Tutoring

Online tutoring is another excellent way to start when working from home. There are different ways you can work online like teaching specific subjects, ESL tutoring, etc.

Though some of the companies require a formal degree and previous experience in the subjects you are teaching, many recruit beginners.

With Course Hero, you can create guides, videos, step-by-step answers and teach online in your area of expertise. No experience is required but you need to have a BA degree and display expertise in your subject to teach. The top tutors earn around $500 per week. Sign up here and get started!

You can apply for companies like QKids, which don’t need any prior teaching experience and the pay is great ($16-$20/hr)! They hire in the US and Canada.

There are other teaching companies like Cambly, VIPKID, Funbulous, Tutor.com which accept tutors online.

Teaching online can be a very rewarding and fun work-at-home job when you start off for the first time.

 

Data Entry

Data Entry might be the first job you will look for if you are planning to work from home. Legitimate data entry jobs are hard to come by, but they are perfect to get started.

You can apply for data entry roles at companies like QuickTate, Axion Data, SpeakWrite, Cass Information Systems, Clickworker. Please keep in mind that data entry jobs are open occasionally and you need to apply fast.

 

Website Testing

This is a great way to start your work-at-home journey. You do not need any particular expertise to get started as a Website Tester. You will need to have a basic idea about navigating around websites and testing their functionality.

The equipment you will need for this role is a webcam and a microphone. You will have to speak out your thoughts about the test after the test is done. This could be a good beginner level job with no prior experience.

You can join companies like WhatUsersDo, TrymyUI, Usertesting, Loop11, etc.

 

Chat Agent

Chat Agents are another form of customer service and getting into this work-at-home career is relatively straightforward than others.

As a Chat Agent, you will be helping customers online with any queries they have regarding the company you work for through the chat. You can apply for many Chat Agent companies like The Chat Shop, Needle, Arise, etc.

 

Search Engine Evaluation

As a Search Engine Evaluator, you will be evaluating search results following some guidelines, and this is the most flexible job out there. It might sound very technical, but it’s not. After applying you will need to pass an exam for most of the search engine evaluator companies.

Four major companies offer these roles. You can apply for Lionbridge, Zerochaos, Leapforce, Appen. Most of these companies have positions available in many countries.

 

Moderation

Online moderation is also one of the no experience jobs you can look at when starting working from home. Most of these jobs do not require any background experience, but you need to have a sound knowledge of social media, chat rooms and forums.

You can join companies like ICUC, LiveWorld, The Social Element (formerly Emoderation), ModSquad, Crisp Thinking. I see many work-at-home enthusiasts going for moderation jobs as their first job.

 

Online Researcher

You can also become an online researcher if you want to start with something substantial. This role does not require any expertise but a very keen eye to search for data online and a lot of patience.

Different companies have different role descriptions, but the primary responsibility is to search, collect data online and answer user questions. The companies that recruit online researchers are Wonder, Experts123, JustAnswer.

 

Mystery Shopper

If you are confused where to start when working from home, mystery shopping gigs could be a right place. Mystery shopping is a delightful remote job you can start with.

You can choose to be a work-at-home telephone mystery shopper or accept gigs physically going to stores. Though telephone mystery shopping involves being on the phone, it is more flexible.

The key point to work as a mystery shopper is to register for the right companies.

You can sign up for BestMark, Perception Strategies, Yardi Matrix, Talk2Rep.

 

Writer

If you love writing, then you can work from anywhere as a freelance writer. There are many ways you can do this, by pitching to freelance writing websites, signing up for job boards like Contena and BloggingPro.com or becoming a staff writer for prominent publications.

There are many places you can look for freelance writing gigs like Dailyworth, Babble, Upworthy, The Cosmopolitan, etc.

Freelance writing can become a six-figure job for you if you follow the tips from Holly.

 

Sales Rep

Another entry level job that gets advertised widely is Sales rep. There are many remote sales rep roles that get advertised everyday and many of them are for beginners.

The companies that regularly recruit for sales rep roles are LiveOps, American Express, Salesforce.com, Skyes, Working Solutions, Hilton Hotels, etc.

 

Micro Tasks

If this is your first time getting into remote work industry, you might want to look into starting with side jobs first. Though side jobs don’t pay you as much as a proper work-at-home job, they give you the necessary experience to work from home.

The Micro Tasks that you can do from home are TaskRabbit, Field Agent, Amazon MTurk, Clickworker.

These micro jobs do not need any expertise, and they are an excellent starting point for your work-at-home journey.

 

Ridesharing

This might not be a typical online job but driving is one of the easiest ways to make money from home without much expertise. That is if you love driving, of course.

I know many flexible job seekers who initially get started with ridesharing programs like Lyft or Uber. They are easy, flexible and great for side hustlers.

And for a limited time when you sign up and complete your first 100 rides, you can earn a bonus of $300 with Lyft. That’s a nice perk to get started!

 

Is it hard to get no experience jobs?

It is initially very daunting to search for entry level remote jobs when you are a newbie, but there are many remote companies in different fields that hire beginners. Hope this post helps you find and land entry level online jobs easily.

Go through the above companies, check if they are hiring now and start applying. 

 

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About Sireesha Narumanchi

Hi, I am Sireesha and thank you for stopping by to know me. I am a work-at-home mom of two beautiful princesses and a firm believer in making 'working from home' a success for everyone (working in a virtual job for over 9 years now). I have been featured on many popular websites like Forbes, Business Insider, American Express, QuickBooks, The Muse, Moneyish, Virtual Vocations, Spark Hire, Bustle, Fairygodboss, Side Hustle School, Payoneer, Jobbatical, Skillcrush.Read more...

7 thoughts on “14 Beginner Entry Level Jobs At Home- No Experience Needed”

    1. Hi Quria,

      Please go through the above companies and check if you have the necessary skills to apply. Finding what you are good at is the first step in finding a relevant work from home job.

    1. Hi Tatyanna,

      Worldwide101 used to take on applicants with no experience earlier but now they have a certain experience requirement. Updated the post accordingly. Thanks!

  1. Thank you so much, I definitely need this! I just got my blog to the point where I consider it ready for people to see–but I have no idea what to do next! There’s so much to learn about blogging and I appreciate how you’ve broken it down so there’s a roadmap to follow.

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