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4 Entry-Level, Work-From-Home Jobs

Working from home comes with a great many benefits. But, it has its drawbacks too. Despite the challenges, a lot of people think they’d like to give it a try. Eighty to 90 percent of U.S. workers say they’d like to work from home at least part-time, according to research from Global Workplace Analytics.
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These days, there are remote opportunities for so many different workers, including those who are just starting their careers.

1. Transcriptionist (Median hourly earnings for Freelance Medical Transcriptionist – $17.38)

There are many opportunities to work remotely as a transcriptionist. Workers qualify for these jobs after taking a transcription test. Folks who do this kind of work are good spellers, strong typists and have solid knowledge of English grammar.

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2. Web Designer (Median annual earnings – $48,652)

There are remote positions available for entry-level web designers. These folks often work on a contract-basis for a variety of clients. If you want to succeed in this job, commit to updating your skills regularly. This field changes as fast as technologies evolve — pretty fast, in other words.

3. Tutor (Median hourly earnings – $17.84)

Tutoring is another great opportunity that is available on a work-from-home basis. Students of all ages need tutors to work with them on a variety of content areas and skills. This kind of work is often done on a one-to-one basis and many tutors work with their students online.

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4. Customer Service Specialist/Representative (Median hourly earnings – $13.41)

These days a lot of customer service specialists take their calls from home. They’re on call for organizations during set hours and available to customers on a remote basis. CSRs work with callers to troubleshoot problems, answer questions and resolve service issues.

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