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17 HIGH PAYING Work-From-Home Jobs No Experience | Remote Jobs You Can Start Now

In this episode, you will discover 17 high-paying work-from-home jobs that require no experience to get started.

Stick around until the end to discover which remote job you can start now from the comfort of your home with only a laptop and a strong wifi connection.

Back when I worked as a Certified Financial Advisor, I would log 40+ hours/ week and dream of the life I now have.

One that allows me to work part-time, earn $100K+ annually, and be present for the moments that matter most.

Who knows, 1 of these high-paying work-from-home jobs just might be the perfect remote job for you, too can experience lifestyle + financial freedom known as building True Wealth.

I am sharing the U.S. national hourly average pay for 17 fun and rewarding remote jobs you can start today with no experience.

#17 Voice Acting

National average salary: $15.09/hr

Primary job duties: Voice acting is a fun and unique way to earn money working from home even if you don’t have any prior experience.

To get a voice-over job you have to have equipment like microphones, headphones, pop filter, mic stand, and editing software.

It isn’t as expensive as you might think. You can get a pro-quality setup for less than $200.

And don’t think for a second that you need to have a radio announcer's voice. These days the market wants to hear a more reliable voice.

#16 Transcriptionist

National average salary: $15.10/hr

Primary job duties: A transcription is an excellent option if you are a beginner looking for no experience jobs. If you can type and you have access to wifi you can do this job.

#15 Graphic Designer

National average salary: $18.26/hr

Primary job duties: Graphic designers put together elements of visual designs to be used in branding and marketing materials.

Of course, it’s always ideal to understand a little something about design before you go to work, but with today’s modern affordable technology and affordable apps like it’s easier than ever to get started.

When I first got started working from home, this was one of my first core tasks for a client. She gave me a crash course and then I learned on the go.

#14 Blogger

National average salary: $18.83/hr

Primary job duties: Bloggers plan, research, write and edit articles from concept to delivery. They lead content initiatives and deliver effective recommendations, and also partner with writers, design, and SEO to define user strategy.

You can start your blog, or write blogs for other creators, like me.

#13 Bookkeeper

National average salary: $19.34/hr

Primary job duties: You might be surprised to know that bookkeeping is one of the few online businesses that does not require any experience to start. As a bookkeeper, you will record all the financial information, analyze it, and explain the business transactions to your clients.

If you’re good with numbers, this might be a work-from-home job for you.

#12 Digital Content Creator

National average salary: $20.55/hr

Primary job duties: A content creator is someone who creates entertaining or educational material to be expressed through any medium or channel. Content creation especially pertains to digital content, since that's where the majority of content is consumed.

Bloggers, online publishers, newsletter authors, podcasters, YouTubers, course creators, video game streamers, and social media influencers all fall in the "content creator" bucket.

#11 Translator/interpreter

National average salary: $21.24/hr

Primary job duties: Translators perform translations that are grammatically compliant with target language rules. They convey the full meaning of the source language into the target language and produce idiomatic translations considering the type of material and readers’ viewpoints.

If you speak a language or two this might be perfect for you.

#10 Freelance editor

National average salary: $22.83/hr

Primary job duties: Freelance editors create content campaigns that align with marketing objectives and company goals. They produce, edit and customize content for all social media platforms and pitch articles to third-party websites for publication and guest posts on partner webs.

#9 Tutor

National average salary: $24.30/hr

Primary job duties: Tutors set up meetings with clients to review assignments in the applicable subject area. They ask students about trouble subject areas that warrant further exploration and review test or assignment questions the student did not answer correctly.

#8 Website testing

National average salary: $27.71/hr

Primary job duties: Testing website function and usability 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 if you have no prior experience.

#7 Sales representative

National average salary: $29.01/hr

Primary job duties: Sales representatives capture customer information including address and phone number for future follow-up. They adjust your sales presentation based on success/fail averages and build rapport with customers through friendly, engaging communication.

#6 Freelance Writer

National average salary: $30.39/hr

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

There are many places you can look for freelance writing gigs.

#5 Freelance marketing consultant

National average salary: $32.89/hr

Primary job duties: Freelance marketing consultants create a plan for strategic positioning with executives and high-level managers. They prepare a written marketing plan that addresses each of our core initiatives and recommends product positioning approaches for each new offering.

#4 Affiliate marketing manager

National average salary: $34.34/hr

Primary job duties: Affiliate marketing managers perform day-to-day management duties to maintain assigned accounts. They are active in the industry forums and groups to propose new potential accounts and retrieve business and acquire spend from accounts that would spend with competitors.

#3 Web designer

National average salary: $34.43/hr

Primary job duties: Web designers plan, create and code internet sites and web pages, many of which combine text with sounds, pictures, graphics, and video clips. A web designer is responsible for creating the design and layout of a website or web pages. It can mean working on a brand new website or updating an already existing site.

Again, it’s always nice to have experienced before you get started, but with today’s easy-to-use plug-n-play platforms, such as it isn’t necessary. Web design is a learned skill.

I wouldn’t consider myself a web designer, but I have built my website and built websites for clients as well.

#2 Executive Virtual Assisting

National average salary: $33.79/hr

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.

#1 Digital Course Creator

National average salary: $34.61/hr

Primary job duties: To determine how much money you can make from online courses, all you need to know are the size of your audience, how well you can convert those people into buyers, and the price of your program.

To get started you must prove that your course idea is profitable. For a complete breakdown of how to get paid to do this, I recommend using 5-step The P.I.P. Method, watch this next.

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