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Updated on June 17, 2014

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The World Has Gone Online

The web has solutions for almost everything. From finding a doctor to shopping for kitchen groceries, everything can be done online. In this technology driven era, even the jobs have gone online, where mere a computer and an internet connection is enough for you to earn your living. Open your eyes to the world and you may find many such jobs that need your presence online. Many such profiles are nowadays quite popular and also considered to be among the sought after jobs, especially among the Gen Y people. These jobs need brains that are familiar with the virtual world.

These jobs don't just help you bag a satisfying salary but also an online reputation. So, why not know about some of the online career choices and decide whether they can be of help to you or not.

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We are no more in the era where marketing and sales were all offline. Today we all seem to be in the middle of an online revolution, where not just individuals but the businesses too have making the best use of the online space. This change has even taken marketing and sales online, where businesses promote their brands on web, on different platforms. Today, it has become a common scenario and almost every brand, and for this task, Online Marketing Executives and Managers are hired. These professionals are enriched with the tactics to help become a brand prominent on the web. They prepare and implement different strategies to bring more traffic to the company's website and other social media pages. This also includes Content Marketing, Social Media Marketing and Search Engine Marketing.

Graphic Designing

The online world is all about the making everything visually impactful to the user. If the message gets delivered, the design is worth being used on a website or any particular advertisment. This task is done by the Graphic Designers, who are a creative bunch of people, who are blessed with the potential to hold a reader or viewer to a page for long. To be eligible for this position, one needs to be highly creative besides an understanding of Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Coral Draw.. These are the software used to create design of different nature. One can learn these skills by pursuing short term or long term courses provided by the registered institutes operating in this field.

Web Developer

The very first step to take a business online is to create a website for the company, institution or any other entity. Web developers are the people, who help making this task done. These are the people known to the technical aspects related to a web site. Web developers are hired to create websites, for which they use languages such as PHP, HTML, MySQL, Java, Jquery, Drupal and CSS. So. These are the technological abilities of these professionals that let them grown in the online space. One can also specialise in any of these languages used by the web developers.

Writing

Another online job, which lures a lot of young aspirants is that of writing. If you feel your writing skills can work wonders for you, go ahead ad aim for the writing jobs like that of a Content or Copy Writer. These are the creative people, who know well to play with words and present an unbiased speech on any product, business or individual. They play a major role in the online marketing process where content is considered to be one of the most significant factors to ensure credibility of a website or web page. Writers are hired by digital marketing agencies, web development companies, news channels, production houses and many other entities.

Data Entry

If in case you still haven't found any great online job for you, Data Entry is yet another job for you to consider. This profile doesn't ask for much except for an understanding of the data management tools like Excel. One can work as a freelancer as a data entry executive and can earn a good amount of money with this job. Full time jobs are also offered by the companies for the professionals. After gaining a considerable experience, one can move ahead in the field of data management. Anyone who wishes to look for jobs in Data Entry can simply visit the leading job portal Career Builder and find these online jobs.

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Benefits of working online

While working online can be monotonous and boring, it can get some benefits too. By managing your work online, you can devote your time to some personal commitments too. Besides, there lie some other reasons due to which many consider this as a preferred option.

Flexibility

When you are working online, you are more flexible to manage your work and time. No policies rule you or your work. All you need to ensure is to meet the deadlines given by the clients.

Work life balance

So you don't need to go to the office, and all you need to do is to coordinate with your clients and deliver the work asked for, within time. When you do all of it sitting at home, you have the leverage to devote some time to your personal commitments. This is a leverage, which shouldn't hamper your dedication towards work.

Saves travel time

Hours of travel time is a pain. Many of us spend 2-3 hours of a day in commuting. This is the time we can use to do some poductive tasks. So, when you prefer to work online, those travel hours are utilized in other better ways.

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