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55 Entry Level Work From Home Jobs with No Experience Needed

How to get entry level work from home jobs is a concern for many, but there’s no need for worry.

Lack of experience does not exclude you from being able to work from home.

Before you jump into the list of companies, let’s talk briefly about your resume:

First – you definitely need one.

Whether a resume is needed is as common a question as whether you can work from home with no experience. Most companies will require a resume. There are some companies that almost guarantee you a position, but those are primarily in the extra cash category.

Second – though entry level work from home jobs require little (two years or less) or no prior experience, you will still be evaluated for what you can contribute. Tailor your resume to showcase the skills that match the job.

If you don’t have much professional experience, you’ll need to highlight education and transferable skills that you picked up in school, volunteer activities, and any other relevant experience.

Even if you are a seasoned professional, you might still be “entry level” to the industry that you are interested in.

When I applied for my first home job in 2008 (LiveOps), I had plenty of professional experience, but very little of it involved call centers.

So I tailored my resume to highlight roles and accomplishments that pointed to my abilities to work with no direct supervision, multi-task, successfully service customers, and meet specific goals –  all essential to a home-based customer service job.

How to get entry level work from home jobs is a concern for many, but lack of experience does not exclude you from working from home.

Entry Level Work From Home Jobs

Call Center

These are phone jobs that may involve customer support, sales, technical support, or a combination of all those responsibilities.  You will find many opportunities for online entry level jobs in this category.

LiveOps     read review

Alorica (formerly West)     read review

NexRep   read review

Great VirtualWorks     read review

Working Solutions     read review

U-Haul

Asurion     read review

Sykes Home     read review

Convergys     read review

HSN

Arise

Transcom

1-800-Flowers

VIPdesk Connect

Aspire Lifestyles

Princess Cruises

Nordstrom

Harris Connect

World Travel Holdings

Firegang

Amazon

NextWave Advocacy

Telephone Mystery Shopping

If you think you might want to be a mystery shopper, but you’d rather stay at home, these companies are for you.

Yardi Matrix (formerly Pierce-Eislen)

TeleXpertise

InteliChek     read review

Perception Strategies

CallCenterQA     read review

Chat

Skip the phones with these these companies that hire for chat and email-based positions.

Needle

MyLivePro

Talk2Rep     read review

Data Entry

Data entry work from home jobs are non-phone and many are part-time.  There is plenty of competition for data entry work.

Great American Opportunities

SigTrack

Lionbridge Smart Crowd     read review

Transcription

Transcription work can be very specialized, but these companies hire newbies.  You can learn more about home-based transcription here, and get some practice!

Rev

Scribie

TranscribeMe     read review

Transcribe Team

Search Engine Evaluation

This non-phone work usually pays a minimum of $12 per hour.  Here’s more about search engine evaluator jobs.

Appen

iSoftStone

Leapforce

Lionbridge

ZeroChaos

Online Moderation

Moderators help keep online communities safe and running smoothly.

LiveWorld

Modsquad  read review

Crisp Thinking

Virtual Assistant

Most companies are looking for experienced assistants, but when you gain some experience, you can easily make virtual assisting a full-time job or home-based business.

Fancy Hands     read review

Zirtual

Writing

There are plenty of opportunities if you are new to freelance writing.  When you are getting started, it may help to choose the type of writing you’re most interested in, and select a company that matches your interest.

HubPages

Textbroker

BKA Content

Zerys

Constant Content

Upwork

Hirewriters

Fiverr

Don’t Let Lack of Experience Stop You

As you can see, there is no shortage of companies that hire for entry level work from home jobs.

Hiring managers need to feel confident that you can do the job successfully, but many companies will provide training anyway depending on the type of work you want.

If the job description requires two years or less of specific experience, and your existing skills can support the work you’ll be doing – go for it!

Let me know if you know of other companies that hire people to work from home with no experience.

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