Here are some of the best work-from-home jobs you can get as a beginner who needs to get some experience.

Let me know what you think in the comments below!

Table of Contents:

  1. Sales/Support at NexRep
  2. Customer Support at Omni Interactions
  3. Coding at Toggl
  4. English Tutoring at Cambly
  5. Subtitling/Captioning/Transcription at Rev
  6. Data Entry/Medical Scribe at Scribe America
  7. Writing at Textbroker
  8. Receptionist/Virtual Assistant at Vicky Virtual
  9. Academic Tutoring at Studypool
  10. Social Media Management -at $99 Social
  11. Sales Development Rep at HubSpot

1. Sales/Support – NexRep

If you want to get a good sales/support job from home, but don't have enough experience yet to apply for better jobs, check out NexRep.

Here you can get customer service, inbound sales or outbound sales jobs from home without experience.

They even have a certification program that helps you if you have never done a job like this before.

You can earn as much as $20-$30/hour here.

2. Customer Support – Omni Interactions

There are plenty of great work-from-home customer support jobs out there, if you know where to look.

The problem is, many of them will require some sort of experience.

That's where Omni Interactions comes in.

Here, you can get work-from-home customer support jobs without experience and make $14-$17 per hour.

You'll be handling chats and inbound calls.

3. Coding Jobs – Toggl

If you want to work from home as something like a frontend or backend engineer and know how to code with the proper languages, check out Toggl.

At Toggl, you can apply for remote jobs like these, even if you don't have experience.

This is because they have you take a skills test when you apply.

If you do well on the skills test, you can get the job without having a certain amount of years of experience or some sort of computer science degree.

Plus, you can earn $25+ per hour with most jobs here.

4. English Tutoring – Cambly

If you want to make $20+ per hour teaching kids English online, a lot of times you need a little teaching experience first.

You can get that at Cambly.

At Cambly, you can make money online as an English tutor for kids with no experience required to apply.

You'll also get paid weekly every Monday via PayPal at $10.20 per hour.

5. Subtitling/Captioning/Transcription – Rev

If you want a fairly easy work-from-home job where you basically listen to audio and type out what you hear and who's saying it into text, check out Rev.

Rev has transcription, captioning, and subtitling jobs you can do part-time without experience.

With transcription, you basically listen to audio and type what you hear, as I mentioned above.

With captioning, you do the same thing as transcription, except you have to sync the words with when they're spoken in a video.

And with subtitling, you do the same thing as captioning, except you translate the words into another language.

You can get paid $0.30-$3.00 per audio/video minute via PayPal.

Also, you can get started as early as 13 years old if you have a parent or legal guardian's permission.

6. Data Entry/Medical Scribe – Scribe America

If you want to get some experience in data entry or in the medical industry, you could start out at a place Scribe America.

Here, you can get a work-from-home job as a Telescribe.

A Telescribe basically documents what happens in patient visits with physicians, updates the database, etc.

You can make around $10-$15 per hour here.

7. Writing – Textbroker

There are all kinds of writing-related jobs out there that you can now do from home.

And if you need writing experience, especially writing articles for businesses, you could start out at a site like Textbroker.

Textbroker allows you to take a skills test instead of requiring experience.

If you pass, you can start getting paid to write articles for different clients.

The amount you make will vary based on word count and quality.

Either way you, get paid via PayPal on a weekly basis.

8. Receptionist/Virtual Assistant – Vicky Virtual

I've actually seen more $20+ per hour, remote, virtual assistant jobs than you might think are out there.

Of course, the best one require a little experience.

So, if you want to get experience as a virtual assistant/receptionist, you can start at a site like Vicky Virtual.

At Vicky Virtual, you can earn around $10/hour assisting callers with questions, book appointments, and performing other basic receptionist duties.

You of course get to work at home and there is no experience required to apply.

You will, however, need to be able to type 50 WPM or better and reside in the U.S.

9. Academic Tutoring – Studypool

So, I mentioned English tutoring above, but you can also get paid to do tutoring in just about any other subject online as well.

At Studypool, you can become a tutor without prior experience as long as you pass a knowledge quiz that proves you know what you're talking about in a given subject.

After you get accepted, you can get paid to answer people's questions and help them with whatever subject you're qualified in.

They claim you can make as much as $7500/month.

Also, every time you answer someone's question you keep 80% of the price and the other 20% goes to Studypool.

You should be pretty happy about that.

Keeping 80% is pretty solid.

On top of all that, you also get to have flexible hours and can set your own schedule.

Plus, you can do this worldwide.

10. Social Media Management – $99 Social

If you want to get into doing some sort of social media management job at home, you can start out at a place like $99 Social.

Here, you can get paid to write short social media posts for clients looking to boost their social media presence.

You'll curate articles, photos, write copy, etc.

It's not very high-paying at $12-$13 per hour, but it can get you that experience you need to get a better job later.

And of course, you can start without experience and have flexible hours.

11. Sales Development Rep – HubSpot

If you want $222/day worldwide work-from-home job with no experience or degree required, check this out:

It's the Business/Sales Development Representative position at HubSpot.

HubSpot is a marketing, sales, customer service, and CRM software company.

Here are the job details:

What you'll do:

  • Work closely and collaboratively with account executives (also known as sales reps) to develop and implement appropriate prospecting strategies
  • Conduct high volume prospecting (60-100 activities per day) to qualify leads through calls, emails, and social media
  • Schedule marketing assessments and discovery meetings for an account executive to further assess a prospect's business and potential for partnership with HubSpot
  • Conduct needs qualification calls with specific prospects as assigned
  • Help small and mid-sized companies realize the potential of digital marketing
  • Set yourself up for a successful career by learning the necessary fundamentals to be a great salesperson, leader, and executive
  • Get a mini-MBA! You'll learn how a variety of businesses operate, what challenges they face on a daily basis, and how technology can dramatically improve their businesses and employees' lives

Required Qualifications:

  • Previous successful sales experience OR a strong desire to begin a sales career
  • Previous sales experience in which you demonstrated the ability to meet or exceed sales quotas a plus (but not required)
  • A track record of high achievement
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • The ability and desire to work in a fast-paced, challenging environment with peers who challenge you to be better
  • The desire to meet and exceed measurable performance goals
  • Are naturally curious and passionate
  • The technical aptitude to master our sales tools
  • A keenly developed competitive nature
  • A “one-speed” energy with a highly self-driven sense of motivation
  • The ability to deal with and thrive on objections and rejection on a daily basis

Benefits/Compensation:

  • $222/day according to Glassdoor estimates
  • Unlimited vacation & global week of rest
  • Remote work
  • 5-year sabbatical
  • Healthcare coverage
  • Parental benefits
  • Leadership development
  • Employee stock options
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Ongoing learning
  • Employee resource groups

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10 Best Work-From-Home Jobs for Beginners Without Experience 2021


Justin Bryant
Justin Bryant

I'm an entrepreneur, fitness freak, artist, car enthusiast, sports fan and self improvement addict. My goal is to help people be their best and create incredible businesses that change the world.

    1 Response to "11 Best Work-From-Home Jobs for Beginners Without Experience 2022"

    • Judith Ndighila

      Hi Justin Bryant,
      Thank you so much for encouraging me.
      lam Judy from Kenya, i have gone throuh the ☝info’ and am looking for any online job, though i have no any experience, but i believe i will can do any online job if i will be trained. I really need job, i have alot of financial responsibility that i need to tend to.
      How do i apply an online job?
      Thank you so much

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