Best 10 Entry Level Jobs To Work From Home

If a few years ago someone would’ve told me that you could make a full-time income from the comfort of your own home, I would have never believed them.

But now, after doing this for many years, I know how this is certainly possible.

For some, starting your own online business is something they fear for, for others, they’d rather opt for the stability of working for a company.

If you’re any of both, there’s an opportunity for you out there to earn money online, and here’s the best part – Little to no experience is required.

In this article, we’re going to look at the best entry level jobs to work from home, and we’re jumping straight in.


Nowadays, you can set up your blog with zero to little cost. But if you’re taking this business seriously, I’d recommend you invest a little in hosting and setting up a good-looking theme, and you’re good to go!

There are many different ways that you can earn money from blogging, and yes, you still can make very good money blogging.

The first way of earning money from your blog that I recommend is affiliate marketing.

Affiliate marketing is simply a referral to a product or service of someone else. For instance, if you write a blog post on skincare products, you can add an affiliate link to some products you recommend, and earn a commission alongside.

The same goes for services. You serve as a marketer for this product/service.

The second source of income could be advertisements with the most popular advertising company, Google.

The downside of this is that it takes some time to pass their requirements and monetize your website, but when the wheel starts running, it becomes worth it.

I would suggest joining Ezoic as well, as they have no minimum requirements, like other premium ad networks, and I’ve managed to 5x my ad income switching from Google Adsense to Ezoic on some sites.

You still want to join Adsense, but then you move to Ezoic to really start making some money.

Another way of earning an income from your blog is by selling your products or services.

Different types of services can be one-on-one coaching, or even selling a specific program. When you build up an audience of your own, the opportunities are endless.

Virtual Assistant

Because there are so many entrepreneurs or must I say, aspiring entrepreneurs on the internet these days, it’s very easy to find a virtual assistant job online.

These people have a lot of daunting and routine tasks to do, and would rather invest in a virtual assistant than do it themselves. 

If you’re not sure where to look, you can check job platforms like LinkedIn or Glassdoor for a stable position, or Upwork if you’re considering freelancing and having more flexible work hours.

If you’re organized, have excellent communication skills, and can handle office duties, you’ll want to give this one a go.

Online Teacher

The world became more open towards the idea of E-learning ever since Covid-19 hit us.

Thousands of parents around the globe are now realizing how convenient, yet effective, this method of teaching is.

It’s safer for both sides, cuts down on transportation costs and time, and is easier for parents to widen their kids’ knowledge and skills.

To become a teacher online, you could teach anything even if it’s your mother tongue language, a subject you’re good at, or even an artsy craft.

Whatever you’re proficient at, there’s someone out there who’d love to learn it.

best entry level jobs to work from home

Proofreader or Copyeditor

If you’re language-savvy, proofreading or copyediting is for you. This job revolves around your proficiency in a certain language.

If you can correct grammatical, spelling, punctuation, and sentence-structure errors well, you’ll certainly land a job in proofreading.

What you do is that you basically edit texts written by someone else, and submit them back to your employer.

Sometimes employers require that you edit for a tone of voice that matches their requirements.

It isn’t a hard job but needs someone who has an eagle eye for detail, perfect language skills, and of course, great communication and comprehension skills.

Social Media Coordinator

Online businesses are always on the hunt for a social media coordinator to coordinate their social media accounts by posting on time, writing captions, assisting in curating the suitable type of media to be posted, and overall maintaining the brand’s voice over their social media channels. 

Some employers may go a bit further and require you to develop a social media marketing strategy for them.

But overall, it’s a fun and engaging job. If you’re someone who is organized, has excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) then consider this job.

Data Entry Clerk

A data entry clerk is someone who is needed across all businesses. This person is significant for the maintenance of the business’s data and administrative tasks.

As a clerk, you’ll be responsible for typing information into databases, converting PDF documents into other formats, updating information, consolidating files, etc…

This job requires someone who is very attentive to details, easily adapts to systems, is a fast typer, and has strong organizational skills. 

Customer Service Representative

Businesses look for customer service representatives to handle clients and solve their problems. A customer service representative’s duties are summed up in answering phone calls, e-mails, or engaging in live chat support.

They walk clients through basic setup processes, guide them, and handle their complaints.

Some employers add the sales aspect to this job, where the only additional responsibility is to sell products and services to clients while handling the payment process.

This job requires someone who can maintain their composure under stressful endeavors, has a friendly attitude, has problem-solving skills, and has clear communication skills.

Content Writer

As much as some people would like to believe that business owners no longer need content writers and are heading towards other types of media for content, this is nowhere near the truth.

People are always looking for answers on the internet, for information, for a piece of content to convince them of a product or a service. 

Content writing is in high demand as the number of businesses increase.

You can either become a freelance content writer or be hired for a part-time or full-time job if you’re someone who values stability.

To become one, you need to understand the basics of writing and brace yourself for editing demands from your employer.


Let’s say you’re skilled at anything. Cooking for instance. Via the internet, you can turn that skill into money through the various social media platforms available.

Record yourself while cooking, do some edits, and upload on a social media platform. I’d recommend YouTube for starters. 

The downside is that you need some time to grow an audience to be able to make cash through advertisements and later on, sponsorships.

But, in the meantime, there are platforms like Skillshare and Teachable where you can upload any type of course, and people will buy it with the price you enter. 


Almost every E-book writer needs someone to do a voiceover for them to provide their customers with an audio version of the book.

This job is in high demand and can make you a good amount of money if you prepare correctly for it.

To become a voiceover artist, you must have a clear voice, audition a lot, practice, and attune to the reader’s style.

You can audition for positions on Amazon Kindle or look for freelancing work on platforms like Upwork or Fiverr. 


The online world has given us plenty of opportunities to make cash from the comfort of our own homes if we put in the effort.

Even if you don’t have any experience at all, or would like to earn some extra cash while studying, there’s something out there for you.

Just remember that you must be able to work well under pressure, meet deadlines set out, and understand the basic rules of your job.

All in all, there are plenty of opportunities online for everyone who wants to take it.

In this post, we shared 10 entry-level jobs that give people the opportunity to work from home. I hope you have found some inspiration to get started.