11 Online Jobs You Can Start Today with NO Experience Needed

11 Online Jobs You Can Start Today with NO Experience Needed

Looking for online jobs you can start today, with no experience needed?

Hey friends, whether you’ve just got laid off, on furlough, fear for losing your 9 to 5 job, or simply looking to earn extra cash online…

Well done for making your way here.

In this post, I have curated a list of 11 online jobs with ZERO experience needed, so you can start earning some extra cash while staying at home. Some of them even have the potential to turn into a full-time income.

All it takes is a couple of hours a day to explore these online opportunities, so you can stop stressing out about your finance,  and start making money online

The cool part is, making money online doesn’t have to be dreadful.

Once you find the right “job”, you can get paid for doing something you enjoy.

So without further ado… Here are 11 online jobs you can start today with NO experience required.

Disclosure: Some of the links in the article contains affiliate links, which means that if you make a purchase through one of the links, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. This helps support the blog and allows me to continue to make free content. I will only recommend products that I use and love. Thank you for your support!

1. Website or App Testing

Website or App testing is one of the easiest job to earn extra cash with no experience, and well paid for it. 

While you certainly don’t need any prior experience for this online job, can you really make money from that?

Business owners and developers are looking for feedback on how to make their websites and applications more user-friendly, easy to navigate etc. Therefore they are willing to pay to get this feedback.

You can make around $10 for typical tests that range between 10-20minutes. Not bad right?

Unfortunately, there are not as many website/app testing gigs as the online surveys, so sign up to as many as you can to maximise your earning chances.

Here is a list of legitimate ones:

  • Testing Time– Survey takes between 30-90 minutes. Earn up to $50 for each product test. 
  • TryMyUI– Earn $10 per test. It takes approximately 20 mintues to complete.
  • UserTesting– Earn up to $60 per test.
  • UserFeel – Earn $10 per test.
  • UserZoom– Earn $5-10 per test.
  • UserBrain– $3 for each 5-15minute test.
  • UTest– Pay varies per task. 
  • UserLytics – Earn $10 per task. 
  • StartUpLift – Get paid by giving feedback on startup websites. You’ll visit the website and provide your valuable opinion in written form. Earn $5 for each test.

2. Paid Online Survey

Similar to website/app testing, another easy way to make extra cash is by doing paid online surveys.  You won’t get rich by doing this, but it can help to pay the grocery bills.

Realistically, you can expect to earn between $300-500/month, depending on your demographic. 

Pro Tip: 

  • Create a dedicated email address just for doing surveys.
  • Sign up to 5-10 sites to ensure you maximise a steady stream of surveys daily.
  • Try to aim for the sites that pay cash (via PayPal) instead of vouchers and gift cards.

My top picks for survey sites that pay cash are:

Because this is such an easy and popular income stream, with so many scams out there, I have dedicated an entire post to this; 10 Best Paid Surveys Online that Pays Cash

3. Transcription

If you are a fast typer, being a Transcriptionist is a good job option to make money online with no experience needed.

To make money for each job, you will be asked to transcribe a video or an audio file or a text file. 

The pay varies depending on the type of transcription work. As a beginner, you can start as a general transcriptionist, which on average makes $30,000/yr according to Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). A legal transcriptionist can make around $60,000/yr.

Although it may seem a less glamorous job, the great benefit about transcription jobs is that you can pick your own hours and workload.

To get started, all you need is a computer with a good internet connection.

Need FREE training to boost your confidence?

Janet from www.transcribeanywhere.com offers an all-in-one course for both general and legal transcription. So you can go from a  newbie to polished professional in as little as 2-4 months. 

Want to dip your toe in the water?  Check out her FREE 7-LESSON MINI-COURSE” to find out if this is right for you. 

Here are a few sites you can get transcription work as beginners:

4. Customer Service

Many companies these days are outsourcing their customer service, not only to be more cost-effective but also to offer flexible support hours.

So if you have good communication skills, and don’t mind talking on the phone, this could be a great online job option even if you have no experience.

These companies are always hiring entry-level customer service roles:

5. English Tutoring

What to make a difference by helping children to learn English?

Teaching children English is in high demand. There is a growing need for English tutors from Non-English speaking countries. 

Thanks to technology, you no longer need to travel to a foreign country to teach English. Instead, you can do it and make money from the comfort of your home.

So if you speak fluent English and enjoy working with children, you can be an English tutor without any experience.

You do not need to be a native English speaker to be qualified, however, most of the sites require you to have a Bachelor’s degree. Once you get accepted, you will be asked to sign a 6-month contract to ensure your commitment, it is completely up to you on how many hours you commit to working.

A few highly rated sites you can sign up to teach Chinese children: 

6. Proofreading

Proofreading is another online job with no experience needed.

But what exactly is proofreading? What is the difference between proofreading and editing?

Proofreading is the last step before publishing and article. It’s a process to correct vocabulary, spelling, punctuation, grammatical errors.

Editing is the step before proofreading that mainly focuses on the logic, flow and ease to understand of a piece of article. 

If you enjoy reading and have the patience, you can make money as a proofreader. As for spotting the grammar, spelling mistakes? Meet your new best friend – Grammarly.  It’s a FREE app you can install on your computer to help you spot all the grammar and spelling errors. 

As a proofreader newbie, the starting rate is around $10/hr, but once you are more experienced, you can charge between $30-50/hr.

Need a confidence booster before you start? Take this FREE Proofreading Workshop from Caitlin Pyle to learn the basics and how to make money from it.

List of proofreading sites that are great for beginners:

7. Translator

If you are bilingual or even trilingual, translation service is another online job that requires minimum experience.

Even with all the translation tools available, the demand for human translation is on the rise. According to U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of interpreters and translators is projected to grow 19% from 2018-2028, compared with an average of 5% growth for all occupations.

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In particular, Chinese and Spanish are the two most popular languages in demand.

A freelancer translator charges anywhere between $40-$100/hr.

Here are sites you can sign up as a translator:

8.  Virtual Assistant

Virtual assistants (VA) is a type of growing online job that you can utilise the skill you already have, working from home, without any prior experience.

Many companies, small businesses and bloggers are looking for VA to do a wide range of tasks.

These tasks can be general administrative or very niche and specific skills. The more specialised, the higher pay can be.

You can expect anyway between $15-$30/hr as a VA, but for very specialised skills such as social media, copywriting, content creation, the rate can go up to $100/hr.

There are many niches you can do as a virtual assistant such as [Pinterest manager],  project management, email marketing, customer service, research and infographic creation, just to name a few.

It’s less about what prior experience you have, but more of what skill you can offer…

Gina Horkey offers a full VA system including training to offer different types of VA services and on-going expert and community support. Many graduates are already making the investment back from their VA gigs. Find out if VA is right for you, check out Gina’s mini-course first.

9. Data Entry

Data entry is one of the simplest online work from home jobs that requires no experience. This is perfect for someone who needs money right away. Most companies pay between $10-$22/hr.

All you need is a PC, able to type accurately, can use basic Microsoft Word and Excel (or equivalent).

Because this type of jobs is so beginner-friendly, it’s hard to come by. Here are a few places to look at. I suggest you apply to as many as possible to maximise your chances.

10. Affiliate Marketing

For those of you who have not heard the term Affiliate Marketing, it is a way of making commission by recommending products/services to others. When someone makes a purchase through your affiliate links, you make a commission.

You don’t need any prior experience to start an affiliate marketing business. If you are a complete newbie who needs to learn how to set up a website, how to be successful at affiliate marketing, Wealthy Affiliate is a great place to start.  

Although it may take a few months to set the foundations, affiliate marketing can be very lucrative.  Once you have built up the momentum, you can expect to earn between $200-$500 a month starting out. Many successful affiliate markers make over $10,000/month.

Here are just a couple of WA friends who are killing it…

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However, you don’t HAVE to have a website/blog to make money from affiliate marketing. Pinterest is an alternative (without a blog). 

If you enjoy creating attractive Pinterest pins, and promote them on Pinterest, Elise McDowell’s eCourse Paid by Pinterest teaches you step by step on how to make your affiliate sales in 24hours. For more info, check out my full review HERE.

11. Start A Blog

Anyone can start a blog.

Blogging is one of those online jobs that need no experience, as long as you have a point of view.

While it requires a very minimum investment at the beginning, blogging is a slow burner. It usually takes 6 -12months of hard work before you can generate a steady income stream. Once you build up the momentum, the income grows exponentially. 

Successful bloggers can make anywhere between $2,000-over $10,000 a month.

Find out how to start a blog and make money >>>HERE 

Conclusion:

So here you have it – 11 online jobs with no experience needed so you can start TODAY. Some you can start making money right away, some require some upfront training, some options are slow to start but the payout at the end is big.

Depending on your financial situation and bandwidth, you can choose one or a combination of 2-3 options to have some income coming while building something bigger in the future.

I would love to hear from you…

Which of the options fits your needs the most? or if you have tried some of the options, how did it go?

Please leave your comment below, I’d love to hear from you.

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This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Deb

    Congratulations on your professional informative post. There are lots of good ideas for making money online from home which I’m sure will be very beneficial to people at this time. Your suggestions can be divided up into two categories, those opportunities which you get paid by someone else for your time, and those which you are building a business that will eventually make money even when you aren’t directly working in them. If you can afford to I would greatly recommend the latter, or if you have to, a combination of both. Employers generally pay the minimum they can to people working from home, so as soon as you can transition to building your own business the better. I have done freelance writing myself and could not make enough money to make it worthwhile. Now I’m building my own online business and loving it. 

    1. Chloe

      Thanks for the feedback. This is what I did as well. I started with online opportunities to make some extra cash, then realized that I want to build something long term instead, thus this blog =)

      Thanks for stopping by Deb. 

  2. Jomata

    Hello, Thank You so much for this post, I am very interested in this, because this can help me in getting extra cash especially now that the Covid 19 pandemic has given everyone compulsory leave, I’m interested in the customer service which you mention in your post, but won’t language be a barrier to this Job?

    1. Chloe

      For customer service jobs, most of the companies require a good understand and can speak fluent English. 

  3. Philebur

    Hello there thanks for the amazing review. Well the world we live in is one whereby you have to be experiened well enough to get employed into big companies but that is not so for internet business. Before I got registered into Wealthy Affiliate I didn’t have any experience whatsoever in makingoney online but here I am being a master of myself. Working online has really helped me financially I must say.

    1. Chloe

      Thanks for sharing your experience on Wealthy Affiliate. I agree, it’s a great place to start to learn affiliate marketing as beginners. 

  4. Newton

    I am finding that the PayPal age restriction is 18 or older. What is the work around for some of these companies that offer jobs for a 16yo?

    1. Chloe

      According to PayPal’s rules, a person must be at least 18 to open an account as it is illegal to enter into a contract unless you are an emancipated minor. PayPal does offer student accounts to children and teenagers, but to get one, an adult would have to sign for it and act as the primary account holder.

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