A Blooming Career – Online Jobs

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  1. mizza1981 profile image54
    mizza1981posted 8 years ago

    With the boom of computer technology and the internet, reaching out to people from all walks of life has never been easier. It indeed created a worldwide network of online families, friends, colleagues, and business partners. It also paved way for a new approach of studying and working – in the comfort of our very own homes. Thus, today’s technology fashioned a most innovative way of earning money, and that is by producing jobs that can be done in front of a PC.

    The past decade has brought about online tutors/teachers, data entry jobs, and typing jobs among others, and these business opportunities have been continuously becoming more and more popular in our generation. There are a lot of reasons why these online rackets have begun its trend in today’s society, and listed below are some of them.

    1. It’s for home buddies. Online jobs can practically be done without leaving your bedroom, or your couch, or your car, or the nearby café. Heck, it can be done anywhere, so long as you have a personal computer or a laptop, and an internet connection.

    2. You own your time. A data entry project one hour before you leave for the office, an online student to be tutored once you go home, a short article for an online client to be written during your lunch break – it can be done! Since most online jobs offer part-time and full-time opportunities, people could immediately work out which job is right for them, based on their schedule. You can finish typing jobs over the weekend, or fill out survey forms before you go to sleep. Time is of little essence, just make sure you meet the deadline set by your contact.

    3. Age doesn’t matter. A majority of people are already being familiarized, if not already familiar with computers and the magic of internet-surfing. So long as one has access to those ‘business equipments’ and know how to maximize each system, they are good to go. Though some prospective online clients are looking for people aged 18 and above, there are some who aren’t really bothered with the how old you are as long as you are able to deliver the ‘goods’ on time, with an above average level of quality at the very least.

    4. No need to be a Harvard graduate. Unless you’re applying for an online teaching career which might still require a board license, your educational attainment matters very little in your online source of income. This is also the reason why college and high school undergraduates who need extra cash get into this racket. Sure, you would be needing some degree of literacy, and English is most probably the language that you’ll be using for this kind of stint, but other than that, your business partner won’t really be asking for your diploma.

    Given these grounds, it is indeed no wonder why online jobs are becoming all the rage for people looking for additional wages. Building your online career is as easy as taking a walk in the park. But as with most trades, a little effort and perseverance are also needed to be successful in this field. Once you get your hands on your online work, just make sure that you maintain your professionalism, and you will surely go a long way.

    1. dbizmanoc profile image57
      dbizmanocposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      That is the very basics of employment, 1st - enjoy what you do, 2nd - fill a need to help others, 3rd - enjoy the ride.

  2. Kimberly Bunch profile image60
    Kimberly Bunchposted 8 years ago

    Anything worth having in life is work!

  3. Richieb799 profile image77
    Richieb799posted 8 years ago

    How about making this into a hub and then you might have an online career? With the length and tone of voice it sounded more like an article than a forum post.

    Just a thought. Lol I'm sounding like Cags now!

    1. saleheensblog profile image60
      saleheensblogposted 8 years agoin reply to this


      available in at least 5 other places of the net

  4. fbliangcha profile image60
    fbliangchaposted 8 years ago

    Working online is beats working in some office with a boss or co workers who don't respect you  smile


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