August 28, 2017 – We have just finished our workshop on how to work online. Some of our attendees are employees and some are unemployed. Some are interested and some are not but are intrigued about what this industry is all about.
In this workshop, Jun and I talked about the virtual assistant industry and what it is. Our attendees were able to grasp what outsourcing means. They understood what freelancers do. They learned that there are many things they can outsource with the help of the Internet.
After the workshop, everyone wanted to start working immediately. A full course on becoming a Virtual Assistant has been offered to anyone serious about making a career out of the World Wide Web. We look forward to more workshops!
Here’s some valuable info for you!
Work at Home Now: The No-nonsense Guide to Finding Your Perfect Home-based Job, Avoiding Scams, and Making a Great Living
Many legitimate home-based jobs and projects can be found online, but trustworthy guidance is scarce. Worse, with a 56-to-1 ““scam ratio” in work-at-home ads, the terrain is a minefield of fraud. Nevertheless, customer service agents, researchers, test scorers, tutors, writers, and concierges are just a few of the many people regularly hired to work from home. A growing number of Fortune 500 companies, including UnitedHealth Group, American Express, and Northrop Grumman, also hire home-based personnel.
In Work at Home Now, you’ll learn:
- The top insider tips on ““good” and ““bad” Google search terms.
- How to find the ““needles in the haystack” on Craigslist, Indeed, Monster, CareerBuilder, and other big sites.
- Where the real jobs for mystery shoppers, transcriptionists and similar part-time specialties can be found.
- Scam-spotting tips that even law enforcement doesn’t know.Including interviews with hiring managers and successful home-based workers, Work at Home Now is the ultimate guide to finding the work-at-home job or project you want most.