Online Work Database

Introduction

Do you look for online work? Maybe online jobs work from home? Building websites anyone? We are living in a different and changed world. It is the world of the corona pandemic, lockdowns, hysterics, social unrest, damaged economies and of course the growing unemployment. And I am not only talking about my own country or my own situation, but it is going on all over the world.

I’ll update the database with online work over time. But here is the table, sortable and searchable. This database does not link to your specific job, but it links to the websites, which might have those jobs.


 

Work from home

NameSalary/FeeReferencesDescription
WordPress jobs

ZipRecruiter

Another website you need to check when hunting for WordPress developer jobs is ZipRecruiter.
WordPress jobs

Guru

Guru has carved a name for itself in the world of recruitment. That’s because the platform vets both job seekers and employers to ensure that high standards are maintained.
WordPress jobs

Simply Hired

Simply Hired is one of the biggest job boards around. That makes it rank among the best websites for paid WordPress work.
WordPress jobs

 Hubstaff Talent

Hubstaff is a time monitoring and productivity tool that helps make it easier for employees who work on an hourly basis to track the hours they should bill. Being a well-known entity in the recruitment industry, it’s only fitting they also have a job board that does pretty great at pulling in relevant WordPress developer jobs too—Hubstaff Talent.
WordPress jobs

Remotees

Remotees is another general job board but certainly worth looking into if you’re looking for the best websites for paid WordPress work.
WordPress jobs

WPhired

Founded in 2010, WPhired is one of the oldest WordPress-centric job boards around. The brainchild of WordPress enthusiast, Jerome Degl’innocenti, it’s one of the best websites for finding paid WordPress work.
WordPress jobs

Stack Overflow Jobs

Stack Overflow is one of the most popular communities for developers all over the world. With a forum where developers can meet to share ideas and help each other solve problems, having a job board that connects developers to clients is just natural. And that’s exactly what the Stack Overflow Jobs page is all about.
WordPress jobs

Toptal

Toptal is another of the very few websites that are very dedicated to providing WordPress developer jobs (and servicing clients that need great WordPress help).
WordPress jobs

We Work Remotely

Another website to check out for paid WordPress work is We Work Remotely. Being one of the largest remote work communities in the world, you’re bound to find some of the coolest WordPress developer jobs there.
WordPress jobs

Working Nomads

Looking for remote WordPress developer jobs? Then Working Nomads is one of the top job boards that should be on your radar this year.
WordPress jobs

WordPress Jobs Board

What better place to find WordPress developer jobs than on the mothership itself—the WordPress developer jobs board.
WordPress jobs

Codeable

Codeable is one of the only job sites dedicated to helping WordPress developers connect directly with their dream clients for ongoing, sustained long-term working relationships—making it a top pick amongst WordPress developer job sites in my book.
WordPress jobs

SolidGigs

un by a team of freelancer WordPress developers and writers themselves, SolidGigs is a platform that understands the hustle (and frustrations) of freelancing. That’s why it’s an especially effective website for those looking for freelance WordPress developer jobs.
WordPress Jobs

FlexJobs

If you’re looking for remote WordPress developer jobs, FlexJobs has to be your first stop on this list.
Freelance Jobs

 Support Driven

One of the few support-focused job boards out there, definitely keep an eye on it for jobs that are a good fit.
Freelance Jobs

Virtual Vocations

This is another great freelance site that has tons of customer support jobs.
Freelance Jobs

We Work Remotely

As the name suggests, the site is for freelance workers of all types. However, they have plenty of customer support jobs posted that you can look through to see what fits.
Freelance Jobs

 Skip the Drive

This is another job board site, with ample amounts of sales jobs posted. To set itself apart, it tells you how much you saved by not driving to the office.
Freelance Jobs

 Salesforce App Exchange Job Board 

Be a force in sales! Salesforce is known as a leading CRM (customer relationship management) tool for companies of all shapes and sizes. On top of just that though, they have an App Exchange job board where companies that integrate with Salesforce can post about their hiring needs—many of which require freelance or remote salespeople.
Freelance Jobs

Red Hat

Red Hat works with higher level clients in general, and employs freelancers and remote workers to help their clients with everything from software development to sales. If you have some experience, or think your skill set is high enough, check them out.
Freelance Jobs$500 up to $10,000/month

ZipRecruiter

Chances are, you’ve already heard of ZipRecruiter because of how many companies use their jobs platform to hire full-time talent, but did you know they also regularly post a large number of high-quality freelance jobs with opportunities to do part-time sales for top companies? You can earn anywhere from $500 up to $10,000/mo (with the right company, skill set and experience) as a contractor that’s compensated through a combination of part-time salary and commission on sales.
Virtual Assistants

Worldwide 101

This is another matching service, but this one is a bit more “premium” than the others. If you have some experience, or special skills (like speaking another language), try getting your foot in the door with this site. Their clients are generally higher end, pay more, and the virtual assistants get more regular work.
Virtual Assistants

 Fancy Hands

Can we just say this is our favorite name? They’re another site that hires freelancers to provide services for their clients, everything from phone calls to data entry. They parse it out by task, which are worth various dollar amounts, and they even have managerial positions available.
Virtual Assistants

 Zirtual

If you’re looking for full-time work, and you just care about working remotely, Zirtual could be a great match for you. They hire freelance VA’s full-time for various specialties, so definitely check their board to see what they have available. They also have benefits for their employees, which is pretty unheard of in the remote/freelance world.
Virtual Assistants

Assistant Match

If you don’t feel like combing through job boards, this is one of the sites that makes the connections for you. Depending on what your skills are, they’ll match you up with what their clients need. The pay isn’t great for beginners, but they offer training if you’re just starting out, which can be well worth it.
Virtual Assistants

VA Networking

As the name implies, this is a great way to network with other virtual assistants, along with their great job board that you can search through. They have great advice and resources for beginner VA’s as well, so definitely a necessary first stop
Virtual Assistants

Amazon Mechanical Turk

This site has the major upside of being able to find quick work quickly – you can literally start completing jobs for them in about an hour. They always have a ton of virtual assistant-type work available. The major downside is that a lot of them are not well-paid, so our advice is either to use this in a pinch, or to really be selective about jobs that are worth your time.
Virtual Assistants

ClickWorker

This site has all sorts of paid VA tasks, including writing, data entry, and researching. Take a quick assessment test and then you get access to their jobs board. All sorts of companies post on their site, even large ones like PayPal! It’s a great way to get started fast.
Virtual Assistants

Time Etc

This is another great company that sources people that want to land freelance jobs as virtual assistants. They specialize in the virtual assistant space, so you’re sure to find your fit there if that’s exactly what you’re going after.
Virtual Assistants

Belay

Belay is a company that offers virtual personal assistant work to their clients, and it’s always remote, so it’s definitely worth it to check and see if they have any openings in your specialty.
Freelance Jobs

Aquent

This is another great company that will make the connections for you. Their clients come to them with gaps they need to fill, and they turn to their group of freelancers to do the job. They mainly focus on marketing, but also dabble in tech and creative jobs too.
Freelance Jobs

Remotive

Remotive is a fairly standard job board that you can search through and has all sorts of categories, including marketing. It’s easy to see when the job has been posted, where it’s located, and what specialty within marketing it falls under. And free!
Freelance Jobs

People Per Hour

This one is great for marketers, as well as SEO folks and software engineers. PPH takes care of just about everything in the process, but only allows for 15 applications before charging. Browsing is free though, so totally worth it to send out some feelers and see if you think it’s worth it.
Freelance Jobs

Freelance Photographer Jobs

These websites get straight to the point, don’t they? This is an aggregate job board of postings from around the web, but the benefit to this one is that it’s curated – they don’t just dump whatever they find into the mix.
Freelance Jobs

Photography Jobs Online

This one is a bit different, as it’s more of a marketplace for your photos, not for jobs. If you have a backlog of photos that you want to try and make money from, try submitting them here first and see what happens.
Freelance Jobs

Photography Jobs Finder

Are you, perhaps, trying to find photography jobs? Congratulations, you’re their target audience. Jokes aside, this is another useful job board to search through all the photography jobs posted, as well as being able to upload your resume so clients can find you.
Freelance Jobs

Journalism Jobs

Every great story needs a great picture to go with it, and if you’re looking to break into the photojournalism biz, start here. All types of journalism jobs are posted here, not just writing!
Freelance Jobs

Photography Jobs Central

This is a subset of Creative Jobs Central, a fairly typical freelance photography marketplace. Their premium membership does cost money, but they have over a thousand actively posting companies and they virtually guarantee that you will have jobs available in your area. It also weeds out amateurs and reduces competition, which can be worth it if you have a little extra to spend. It’s free to join and search through what they offer, so explore it before committing.
Freelance Jobs

 Cruise Ship Jobs

Probably another surprise on the list. Did you know that the ice cream machines on a lot of cruise ships operate 24/7? Do we really have to sell you further? This site is the perfect entryway to travel photography – and ice cream, like, all the time.
Freelance Jobs

YouTeam

If you’re an experienced software developer, YouTeam is a great site that’ll pair you up with remote contract work (and even freelance jobs) on-demand. While most engineers on their platform aren’t full-time freelancers, this can be a great place to pick up some long-term projects if you’re already a contractor for another IT consulting firm or software development shop. In order to join the platform, software firms and their developers are first thoroughly vetted and verified, which adds an additional layer of credibility to this platform.
Freelance Jobs

Programmer Meet Designer

This site brings together every type of freelancer needed to make a website great, including programmers, developers, and designers. It’s a pretty easy job board to search through, highlighting budget, skill set required, and deadline.
Freelance Jobs

Talent Cupboard

So if you’re reading these and realizing you don’t have quite as much experience as you thought you did, there’s no reason you can’t get started right away – you just need to get started on improving your skills. Talent Cupboard is a great resource for necessities like creating your digital resume and finding the right freelance jobs with reputable clients.
Freelance Jobs

 Gigster

Gigster is also tech tech tech. Software designers, web designers, even app developers can find their home on Gigster. They have a screening process, which can make it tough to be accepted, but they use AI to match freelancers with projects, which is just plain cool. If you have some experience, this is the one to check out.
Freelance Jobs

10x Management

This site is pretty broad in their “tech” allowances, and looks for all sorts of freelancers, from developers to cybersecurity gurus. This is a great place to start if you have a niche tech specialty, or you have an interest and want to see the possibilities.
Freelance Jobs

Rent a Coder

Pretty self-explanatory – clients that are looking for programmers, developers, and even designers will go to Rent a Coder to… well… rent a coder. Also, it’s 100% free to sign up!
Freelance Jobs

Joomlancers

If you’re a tech wizard and you’re chomping at the bit, go to Joomlancer first. They have a super fast sign up process, and you can pretty much immediately start bidding on jobs. They do focus on mostly intermediate to advanced software projects, though, so not a great place for beginners.
Freelance Jobs

Lorem

With a ton of recent press on major publications like TechCrunch, The Wall Street Journal and CNBC, Lorem is quickly on the rise as one of the strongest destinations to land short-term freelance jobs related to designing, building and fixing websites. What makes it appealing to clients, is that there’s no monthly fee in order to list freelance jobs, and most gigs (for quick projects) pay between $25 and $250. The Lorem team does a great job of hand-vetting the freelancers they allow to work on the platform, so you’ll have to apply to become an expert.
Freelance Jobs

Gun.io

Fancy yourself a hired gun that’s got the engineering skills to land top freelance jobs with companies like Tesla, Cisco and Zappos? Gun.io is one of the best freelancing sites to have a presence because of how well they vet both companies that hire freelancers, and the remote developers applying to gigs on the platform. What’s even greater, is that most of the freelance jobs are filled in less than 48 hours—a win for both freelancers and clients.
Freelance Jobs

Gun.io

Fancy yourself a hired gun that’s got the engineering skills to land top freelance jobs with companies like Tesla, Cisco and Zappos? Gun.io is one of the best freelancing sites to have a presence because of how well they vet both companies that hire freelancers, and the remote developers applying to gigs on the platform. What’s even greater, is that most of the freelance jobs are filled in less than 48 hours—a win for both freelancers and clients.
Freelance Jobs

Codeable

For WordPress experts, this is an excellent place to start. Codeable focuses on offering their clients everything from WordPress themes to plugins—and that’s it. They’re literally just a resource for clients to find WordPress experts (and for experts like you to land WordPress developer jobs), so your task of finding the right clients just got a lot easier.
Freelance Jobs

Working Not Working

Founded by two world-renowned former freelancers, this extremely high-quality freelance community accepts only a very small percentage of applicants who request to join their platform—though the level of projects (and pay) once you’re inside can lead to well into thee six-figures in freelance income if you’re staying busy from the gigs their client companies like Apple, Facebook, Google, and more, continually post for designers, artists, photographers, producers and advertising pros.
Freelance Jobs

CrowdSPRING

This is solely for designers and “creatives,” – which, translated, encompasses every type of design from general graphic design to logo design. It’s also free for freelancers and very easy to sign up for – no waiting list or invite-code necessary.
Freelance Jobs

Smashing Magazine

This is another great job board, and it’s a great resource for both developers and designers to utilize. It comes with the time cost of sorting through the postings yourself, but it’s easy to find freelancing jobs with the time commitment you want.
Freelance Jobs

Coroflot

If you’re a bit more experienced but need to break into the freelancing world quickly, this setup may be the best for you. On Coroflot, you post your portfolio, and clients post the projects they need. The difference here is that Coroflot is the go-between, setting up connections between the freelancers and clients themselves.
Freelance Jobs

Envato Studio

Envato Studio’s most popular category is logos, so if that’s your thing, start here. They’re also known for very fast turn-around and an easy-to-use platform, both win-wins for beginners!
freelance Jobs

Design Crowd

This is another marketplace similar to 99 Designs, with somewhat fewer designers active on the site. They also have contests, but pay out lower amounts. Those are actually both advantages for new designers, as there is less competition from very experienced designers, and you’re more likely to be selected.
Freelance Jobs

Art Wanted

You got art? They want art! If you’re more of a graphic designer or digital illustrator (or even if you’re pretty skilled already on the side), you can put up your masterpieces on Art Wanted. People can browse them by keywords, and there’s always the potential for connecting with clients!
Freelance Jobs

 Angel List

If you’ve swallowed the start-up pill and your dream is to someday work for a cool, up and coming company, start your path with Angel List. Start-up companies of all kinds search for talent on Angel List, from established to brand new, so you can get a taste of the start-up culture and possibly get your foot in the door for long term employment.
Freelance Jobs

Dribbble

See Behance – another way to get people’s attention and get your work in as many places as possible. The other benefit to these sites is that you’ll get feedback from other designers, and potential clients, on your work. Feedback is crucial to improvement, so accept it openly! Also, browse the other designers on the site to get a feel for what kind of projects you like and what you may want to work on in the future.
freelance Jobs

Behance

This isn’t a freelance job site per se, but it is something you need to do now. Like, right now right now. These kinds of sites help designers showcase their work, and because the site has a much higher DA than any personal website you’ll put together, your work has a higher chance of showing up early in the search engine based on the keywords you research. It’s a must for designers of any skill level, and something you need to get set up right away.
Freelance Jobs

99 Designs

This site is set up in a bit of a different format than typical freelance sites, but it does work in the design context. Clients publish a contest, and designers submit their work as their application. The client chooses the design they like best, and the designer gets paid. I’m sure you’ve noticed the downside – if you don’t win, you don’t get paid. However, it can be an excellent way to build up your portfolio at the beginning, and if you’ll be doing work anyway, it can be a great resource.
Freelance Jobs$600 – $1,600 per article

Contently

Coming as equal parts free portfolio for creative freelancers, online publication with solid freelance advice, and a platform for scoring freelance jobs with hundreds of the most successful brands & startups in the world, Contently is a high-quality agency style platform that (when you’re hand-selected by their account management team after creating a portfolio) connects you directly with clients for very well-paid freelance writing projects. In the past, I’ve taken projects through Contently, writing long-form blog content for the personal loan startup, SoFi, at between $600 – $1,600 per article depending upon length and scope of the project, with blog headlines that were geared toward their audience of younger readers.
Freelance Jobs

PubLoft

PubLoft is a great place to find solid (well-paid) freelance jobs for reliable clients without actually ever needing to interact with the clients yourself. Their promise is to help freelancers never have to find, sell, or manage another customer again. With rates starting at $150 per post, you can work on your craft and PubLoft will handle the client management side of things. And on top of that, they’ll also help you become a better writer along the way.
Freelance Jobs

Due

You can write helpful guides on invoicing, payments, blockchain currency and more. They’re looking for longform and well-researched posts, so it would be tough to break into as a newbie, but if you already have background knowledge in the area, it could definitely be worth your time.
Freelance Jobs

Media Bistro

Media Bistro has a nice little variety of categories, which includes writing and editing. Their curated list features everything from book editing to PR content, so you’re sure to find a few things that fit your niche.
Freelance Jobs

 Freedom With Writing

Not only can you sign up for their newsletter with writing opportunities, you can actually submit to write for them. They pay well, but you’ll need to come up with a pretty good idea to pitch. If you have a concept you think will work well, it’s definitely worth a shot. While you’re waiting to hear back, you can always check out the opportunities in their newsletter too.
Freelance Jobs

All Indie Writers

This site has been around for years, and you can search for the jobs that are posted and subscribe to a feed based on keywords you like. It’s free to use and apply for jobs, and their layout makes it easy to compare the available projects by the client’s budget – it will even indicate when the budget is low.
Freelance Jobs

Freelance Writing

This source of writing jobs is excellent for freelancers all over the map, from brand spanking new to very experienced. It’s easy to filter for the type of job you want and the experience you have, and it’s totally free.
Freelance Jobs

Morning Coffee Newsletter

This is an easy one to sign up for, then you get an email every day with the latest and greatest freelance writing jobs. Totally free, and a great way to jumpstart your search.
Freelance Jobs

Journalism Jobs

If you have Dan Rather dreams, don’t let them die! Check out this job board that curates journalism jobs from around the web – along with other typical writing and editing gigs thrown in.
Freelance Jobs

Blogging Pro

Despite the name, you can find everything from tasks like helping people start blogging to editing to general copywriting jobs here—they aggregate all the best writing jobs they can find to make them easy to find and search through on their site. Also, totally free!
Freelance Jobs

Freelance Writing Gigs

The name isn’t winning any creative awards, but it gets the point across. This site is basically a well-curated job board that’s updated Monday to Friday with the hottest new clients willing to pay you actual money to write things. Sounds too good to be true, right?
Freelance Jobs

Contena

Contena tops this section of the best writing freelance jobs because of the sheer volume of well-paid (and high quality) jobs they always have available for writers, editors and content creators of all kinds. What I love most about Contena, is that they feature a mixture of freelance jobs and full-time remote jobs on their platform. Examples of real freelance jobs recently featured on their homepage include a $10,000/mo eBook writing gig for a tech publication, a sports writing position, photography-focused content writing jobs, and seriously thousands of more opportunities across many industries doing freelance jobs for trustworthy companies.
Freelance Jobs

Craigslist

Forget selling your grandma’s dusty couch, Craigslist has a pretty great job posting section too. You don’t get the security of a site that holds the client accountable, so it’s an excellent idea to set up a contract (or meet up in person, if possible), but most people posting are looking for work done as quick as possible. Here’s a hack if you want to look through remote jobs: go to the corresponding Craigslist for major cities and search for remote work that way. You’re welcome.
Freelance Jobs

ServiceScape

Launched originally back in the year 2000, ServiceScale is a global marketplace for freelancers with a range of skills and experience—with an emphasis on graphic design, writing, editing, and translating. To date, they’ve had over 259,000 completed projects with more than 79,000 clients that’ve used the platform.
Freelance Jobs

Guru

Guru makes it easy to create a profile that shows off your experience, making it easier to be contacted by potential employers, while also wading through the massive amounts of job postings made every day. They give a decent amount of free applications, rationed by the year, and charge about 9% commission.
Freelance Jobs

Freelancer

This site has a huge variety of projects, some formatted as hourly and some as contests – the only downside is that they only give 8 free applications before you have to pay the membership fee. The project fee is also a little different – pay between $3-5 or 3-5%, whichever is greater (one of the cheaper commission rates).
Freelance Jobs

College Recruiter

Student or recent grad? Browse this site to see what kind of part time freelance jobs pop up within your degree. These are going to be great beginner jobs that will get you experience and, hopefully, contacts for future work.
Freelance Jobs

Indeed

Indeed collects all the jobs on the interwebs and puts them all in one place. They’re easy to search through, and looking specifically for remote jobs is a piece of cake. If you’re open to working at a local company, you can search that too. Best of all, it’s free!
Freelance Jobs

CloudPeeps

If you have a great portfolio and feel like you have the experience to start at a higher level, CloudPeeps may be for you. They’re a bit more exclusive, which makes it harder to join but easier to get jobs if you do get accepted. They focus on marketing, social media, and general copywriting. Worth it to check out!
Freelance Jobs

Upwork

They have over 12 million freelancers and 5 million clients listing upwards of 3 million freelance jobs each year. Upwork takes a 20% cut
Freelance Jobs$5

Fiverr

Fiverr gets its name from its site design: every job starts at $5. It sounds low, but you can set up tiers above the base $5 option, which adds up fast! It’s also a great way to get started and build up your portfolio.
Freelance Jobs

SolidGigs

That’s why I personally recommend SolidGigs to freelancers of all kinds who need to find freelance jobs fast. The team at SolidGigs (including my good friend Preston Lee) combs through dozens of freelance job boards and sends you the very best 2% of freelance gigs from around the web every single week. First month for just $2
Freelance Jobs

FlexJobs

This is a very well-curated site for not only freelance jobs, but also remote and otherwise flexible gigs. It’s sorted by the type of freelance job (or otherwise) you may want, and you won’t have to worry about scam postings, because they research the jobs and monitor new gigs pretty thoroughly.
Search EvaluatorGoogleAppenLionbridge, and Workforce LogiqSearch engine evaluators examine internet search results and give feedback as to whether they are accurate, relevant, and spam-free. Also known as search evaluator, internet assessor, ad quality rater, or internet judge
Website or Application Testing$10 per 20 minAmazonebay, and PaypalIf you have opinions on what works and what doesn't on the web, you might be suited for a job in remote usability testing. User testers can also pick up additional work reviewing websites or mobile applications that may still be in development. You don't have to be very knowledgeable about the internet because some developers want a beginner's viewpoint.
Data EntryAxion Data Services, Sigtrack, and Support NinjaOnline data entry is a growing work-at-home field. New technology makes it easier for companies to hire independent contractors to work on data entry projects.
Online Juror$10 to $60To become an online juror, you will need to sign up with several jury companies, which includes filling out an extensive questionnaire. You will also need to meet certain qualifications, which vary among counties.
Micro Job$8.55-$50Amazon's Mechanical TurkClickworker, and ySenseA micro job is usually a small online task for which you receive an equally small fee, usually a few cents or dollars. They are sometimes called short tasks. These jobs are done by logging on to a company’s website and selecting tasks, sometimes simply by clicking a link. Amazon's Mechanical Turk, Clickworker, and ySense offer these types of tasks.
Various online positionsWhatever career path you decide to choose, ensure that your CV and cover letter is tailored to each specific application. Additionally, be sure to highlight your skills that would make for a successful remote employee (such as independence, time management, responsibility, and communication).
Professional ServicesFreeUpSkipTheDriveRemote and Working Not WorkingIf you’re more acclimated to the professional side of things, then take a look at sites like FreeUp, SkipTheDrive, Remote and Working Not Working. There you’ll be able to find content, web development, marketing, design and other jobs.
Virtual AssistantBoldly,  Belay,  Servcorp, TimeetcIf you are an organized and motivated individual, try finding an online assistant job. Through Boldly or Belay, you can start doing pretty much anything from scheduling meetings and conferences to social media and website work.
Edit ContentReedsyIf you have experience in quality analysis and checking for content errors, Reedsy is always looking for talented individuals for editing written works.
Teach EnglishVIPKidQkids and Magic EarsVIPKid, Qkids and Magic Ears all recruit native English speakers to teach online English classes to young kids in China. If you already have a degree in teaching, UoPeople offers a Masters of Education degree to help you propel your career in this field.
Virtual Recruiter$20-30/hourSimplyHired and CareerBuilderRecruiters post jobs online and look for potential employees on LinkedIn. They read LinkedIn profiles they find and resumes that get sent to them, and decide who could be a good candidate. They often conduct the initial phone interview, then pass the best ones to the relevant manager at the company to continue the screening process.
Micro-Freelancing$5/gigFiverr.comFiverr is the world’s largest marketplace for digital services, where you can offer almost anything, from graphics & design, digital marketing, writing & translation, video & animation, music & audio, programming & tech, advertising, business, fun & lifestyle. This is the place to make money out of your creativity and profession.
Freelance Web Designer$61,000/yearNetworking and pitching to companies directly. To get started, try Googling marketing agencies and see if they need help handling the clients they’ve already landed.Websites that supposedly do the marketing work for you often come with a high price, as you’ll be expected to work for very cheap, and might end up losing money on the deals you take on. To stand out of the crowd when they market themselves directly to prospective customers, freelance web designers need to prove more than their ability to design beautiful websites.
Transcriptionist$15-25/hourTranscribeMe and RevTranscriptionists are required to listen to audio recordings, and write them down. The key here is to be extremely accurate, so you need to have great attention to details. This job also requires you to type fast. It works in your favor: The faster you type, the more you earn per hour.
Resume Writer$15-25/hourResumeEdgeWriting resumes may seem simple, but most people often find it hard to talk themselves up. If you’ve had success getting a lot of interest from great companies based on your resume, offer your services to others.
Freelance Writer$61,000/yearThe best opportunities in this field come when you network and proactively pitch to companies, but the Freelance Writers’ Den, a $25/month membership site, is a great place to start if you’re looking for high paying projects.Freelance writers write the content. There’s a huge need for writers now, as more and more companies want to build long term trust with their target audiences, and they do that by providing top quality content.
Social Media Manager$62,000/yearFacebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, etc.Social media managers build communities for companies on social media, engage these communities in conversations (for example, getting a lot of comments), and encourage them to take some sort of an action (like reading a blog post, signing up to an email list, or buying a product). Social media managers also play a vital role in building brand awareness for a company.
Search Engine Evaluator$12-15/hourLeapforce and LionbridgeSearch engines like Google and Bing rely on user feedback to update their algorithms in ways that serve people better. You could be one of the people who fills out feedback forms and lets them know what they need to do in order to improve.
Online Tutor$13-20/hourTutor.com and Wyzant.Thankfully, with the Internet, you don’t have to be limited to your local geographic area. You can teach kids and people from all over the world.
Transcriptionist$10 to $27LiterablyPactera Technologies
Telehealth Nurse$19 to $42Forward
Teacher$9 to $23OutschoolK12Prof360
Tutor jobstutor.comTutor.com offers part-time tutoring job in 8 subject sections (Math, Social Studies, Foreign Language, AP Support, Science...), and over 40 subjects (Geometry, Science, Essay Writing, World History...). To enter this tutoring community, you'll need to take an exam in the subject you want to teach, hold a mock lesson, have your background checked, and if you're satisfactory on all levels, you can start tutoring.
Tutor jobstutoreye.comTutorEye is another tutoring platform where you can teach Physics, Chemistry, Science, Algebra, Literature, Precalculus, and Biology, among other subjects, and all online. If you pass the application process, you'll get to conduct one-to-one teaching sessions in an interactive online classroom.
Tutor jobsudemy.comUdemy is an online learning/teaching platform where you can advertise your teaching courses in the field of development, design, IT & Software, Personal Development, Marketing, and much more, in over 50 languages. To become an instructor, you'll need to plan your course, and record a video showing a preview of what you'll teach - if you're unsure of how to structure your classes, there's even a free Udemy course on how to structure a course.
Tutor jobsskooli.comSkooli offers a tutoring platform for both online and in-person tutoring in elementary, middle school, high, highschool, and college subjects. To start teaching at Skooli, you'll need to have at least a Bachelor's degree (Though a Master's degree or PhD is favorable), as well as a teaching certification, provincial or state teaching license, and necessary language certifications (if you're teaching a language).
Tutor jobstutorpace.comTutor Pace INC. offers online tutoring jobs on a smaller scale, in very specific subjects, such as accounting, computer science, economics, but also Math, Science, and various exam preparation classes. You'll need an excellent command of the English language to apply, and the ability to teach the selected subject at a college grade level.
Translator jobsunbabel.comUnbabel is a translation platform for reviewing and improving translations - the initial translations are carried out through AI, and you're the human link making sure the text sounds natural and contextually accurate. To tackle available translation tasks, you'll first need to check whether the languages you're proficient in are available - only one language professional is required per language pair, so the competition is stiff. If you've found your match, you'll need to take a proficiency test - once you've passed this, you'll gain access to a translation platform with all tasks suitable for your language par, complete with guidelines and other information.
Translator jobsunbabel.comAcolad is another exclusive translator platform, where only translators with proven experience and professional degrees can join. The application process may be more strict and demanding, but you’ll be able to command fair rates if you’re approved to join. Moreover, you’ll be able to choose among a wide variety of domains (e.g. Legal, Finance, Technical, etc.), as well as subdomains (e.g. Civil Law, IT Law, Tax Law, etc).
Translator jobstranslatorscafe.comTranslatorsCafe is a translator community which offers a comprehensive job board with a bidding system - for each translator, proofreading, or interpreter job, you'll see its language pair and time when it was posted. The language pairs are various, and you'll find work if your fluent in French, Greek, Turkish, Viatnemese, Russian, Danish, Hindi, Japanese... When you enter the job's description, you'll see how many times the job was viewed, and more importantly, how many people bid on it so far, before making your own offer. Considering this is a translator community, you'll also have access to various useful resources, such as glossaries.
Translator jobstraduguide.comTRADUguide offers another straightforward job board with a bidding system - you can browse through the available jobs by date posted, or language pair. Each job has its number of already made offers listed, and you'll also be able to view what projects are currently closed for bidding. The language pairs are versatile, so you'll get a chance to work on projects requiring Korena Chinese, German English, Romanian Hungarian, Latin > German… Once you see something that fits your skills, you can send your quote directly from the website.
Translator jobsproz.comProz.com offers an extensive job-board with the latest offerings in translation jobs (languages pairs include Spanish to French, English to Norwegian, German to French, etc.) - a lot of clients request freelancers especially. You can view projects specs (word count, document type, requirements, time left to submit quote, the number of people who already submitted quotes), before submitting your own estimation. You'll also be able to view the client's rating showing how likely they are to provide repeat work.
Translator jobsglobtra.comGlobtra is a translation community where you can connect with clients and take on various translation projects - you'll just need to open a free account, select your language pair(s), and define your skills first. Within this website you can run a translation business on a small scale - search the available job offers and respond to project invitations from clients. You'll get to choose your own payment method (PayPal, credit cards, wire transfers), and have your invoices and payments processed through Gobtra.
Translator jobstranslatorsbase.comTranslatorBase is a straightforward job board with various language pairs (English - Arabic, Bulgarian - German, Spanich - Estonian, etc) and translation jobs you can choose from (translating CV documents, learning modules, books, video and audio transcripts, etc). You can browse through jobs manually, or search by specific Source and Target language, and type of project.
Translator jobsgengo.comGengo is an exclusive translation platform where it's difficult to get in, but you'll get to enjoy a number of great benefits if you do. You'll be able to choose your own projects and clients, partake in the website's forum, as well as make use of innovative translator technology and other resources.
Freelance JobsHere are some additional websites that offer a solid range of freelance jobs that you’ll want to check out:
Writer and Editor Freelance JobsHere are a few industry-specific websites to help you find your next writing or editing opportunity
Designer and Developer Freelance JobsCheck out these websites for more freelance opportunities specifically targeted towards designers, coders, developers, programmers, and the like
Marketing jobs

https://jobs.econsultancy.com/

Established in 1999, this job board is aimed at attracting talent to digital jobs. Industry leading businesses can then go on to build teams who hold all the digital know-how and skills to help them excel in a competitive market. Job seekers are able to refine their search and browse jobs within a variety of variables. Job sector, location, salary range and contract type are all among the options within which candidates can personalise their search criteria. A downloadable app is also available, ensuring that job seekers are kept aware of relevant job vacancies in real time whether at a desk or on the move!
Marketing jobs

https://jobs.marketingweek.com/

This job board offers candidates the latest in digital marketing jobs mainly across the south-east and London, however, it does also stretch a little further afield. It allows users to direct their search by discipline and sector. It also takes into account salary, contract type, experience level and locale. For the more curious candidate, it also offers careers insight through its blog.
Marketing jobs

https://jobbio.com/

Jobbio is a free and private digital marketing job board used by over 5000 companies, and some very notable ones at that. Deliveroo, Airbnb and Shazam are all brands that advertise here. Job seekers create a bio which showcases who they are and all they do. The result? You can be more than just your CV. The bio is fully private, and no one can view it without permission.
Marketing jobs

https://creativepool.com/jobs/

Creativepool.com highlight digital jobs across the UK, mainland Europe and the US. Their jobs include a range of contract types, advertising both permanent and contract roles. In addition to this, they are soon to launch a “studio” functionality, specially designed for digital marketing freelancers. As well as hosting a job board full of digital opportunities, they also offer a great “magazine” function which features industry news, events, features and career advice through some highly informative articles.
Marketing jobs

www.marketingjobboard.co.uk/

This is a UK wide job board dedicated to digital marketers across the UK. Users can refine their search by specialism and location, receiving alerts via email to any suitable vacancies which fit their job search criteria.
Marketing jobs

http://www.thedrum.com/jobs/

The Drum is a job board dedicated to all things digital…marketing, design, advertising, social media and PR are all covered here. It offers a 360 overview of the space. Job seekers have access to a variety of sector trends. Candidates can get their hands on competitive salary data, industry news and are able to research company profiles. Through free email news alerts, they are also able to gain access to the latest industry news. The Drum is accessible across all social media channels, meaning that candidates are always connected to their job search.
Marketing jobs

www.bubble-jobs.co.uk/

This digital marketing job board professes to be the “#1 jobs board for UK digital and tech jobs”. Through a dedicated ‘Get into Digital’ tab, job seekers are directed to a much more mature and industry relevant site than Bubbles’ homepage suggests. Digital Marketers are given their very own career portal where they can browse jobs by sector. The digital portal is a nice touch, and this job board recognises the shift in employment patterns and routes to employment. It offers advice to both graduates and school leavers regarding digital opportunities. For the latter, they offer advice regarding apprenticeships and an online quiz directing burgeoning digital marketers toward the best jobs for them. Trends within the sector and candidate advice are also explored within the blog.
Marketing jobs

www.simplymarketingjobs.co.uk/

Job seekers can register to this specialist job board and upload their CV, allowing them to search jobs by location and job title. The home page also features “Jobs of the Week”, meaning that candidates can view up to date vacancies in real time. A ‘popular search’ function means that job seekers are able to view what is trending within the wider market.
Marketing jobs

www.onlydigitaljobs.com/

This job board is 100% dedicated to the digital, web, social media and ecommerce markets. Job seekers can search for jobs across all industries, accessing roles both directly from leading employers and specialist recruitment agencies. They offer a community network with online groups, conferences and events. They are also able to offer candidate advice across a range of subjects via their career blog page.
Marketing jobs

https://www.campaignlive.co.uk/jobs/

Campaign brings together digital roles within the marketing, creative, advertising and media space. They aim to bring together the “brightest stars” and the “biggest brands”, offering a hub for professionals within the space. Signing up to Campaign Jobs allows job seekers to upload their CV and become visible to hiring managers and specialist recruiters alike. Users add jobs to a personalised shortlist. The data from which allows relevant jobs to be sent straight to your inbox. They offer simple and advanced search functions, allowing you to filter jobs according to your specialism. Additionally, should you have a target company in mind, users can adopt a more focused campaign. You are able to request notifications when particular organisations are hiring. They also offer a career insights editorial and candidate advice through a well maintained and up to date blog, full of industry news, views and tips.
Marketing jobs

www.onlymarketingjobs.com/

100% focussed upon marketing roles nationwide, this site allows job seekers to browse jobs by location and discipline. They are more than just a job board, offering networking opportunities and pushing out industry relevant content for candidates.
Marketing jobs

www.onlyagencysidejobs.com/

As the name suggests, this digital marketing job board is 100% dedicated to the agency side marketing market. They cover all industries and experience levels within their nationwide scope. This site is an extension of the onlymarketingjobs.com and onlydigitaljobs.com which we featured earlier. Users can enjoy all the benefits that come with these sister sites.
Marketing jobs

http://www.jobsite.co.uk/

This job board seems to have pinpointed the true areas of tech and digital growth. Their home page allows you to directly access jobs in both Bristol and Manchester…both of which are well known for their digital prowess. Jobsite have a global reach, so if it is an international change you are looking for, you can head to a page you can trust in an unknown market. Head to the footer of the home page for the links to their worldwide partner sites.
Marketing jobs

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/

CV-library is the UK’s fastest growing job board. Job seekers are able to register their CV and refine their job search across the usual range of variables. Candidates are also able to access career advice and be directed toward learning courses aimed at extending their skills. An app is also available ensuring that job seekers are always alerted to vacancies that may be a good fit.
Marketing jobs

https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/

Glassdoor offers to “find a job that fits your life”. It is a massive resource for candidates. Not only can job seekers can search through millions of jobs, but they are able to read the reviews of over 600,000 worldwide companies. Candidates are able to assess their salary using a personalised salary calculator. There is an extensive blog with huge amounts of information to help job seekers improve their performance at interview and preparation skills. It is a total 360 experience that is one of the fastest growing jobs and recruiting sites. It’s easy to see why.
Marketing jobs

https://jobs.theguardian.com/

This well-known job board has a tagline that it “inspires careers”, and points users toward developing their skills. It advertises mainly London based digital marketing jobs from some notable leading industry names. Award-winning career advice is also available to its subscribers.
Marketing jobs

https://www.monster.co.uk/

Monster.co.uk is just that…a huge platform offering out both national and international jobs to candidates. By creating an account, job seekers are offered a 360 approach to their job search. Job search can be refined down to a number of variables, ensuring that candidates are sent targeted jobs according to their search criteria. Career advice and helpful hints are offered out through the blog. In it, candidates are given CV and interview tips alongside a salary calculator ensuring that skills and expectations are up to date within each given industry.
Marketing jobs

https://www.totaljobs.com/

Another big job board player with a whole host of digital job opportunites.
Marketing jobs

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/

It would be totally remiss of us to leave out the world’s biggest professional social networking site. Quite apart from being visible to recruiters and hiring managers alike, candidates are able to actively search for digital marketing jobs by location, key words or company. Jobseekers can see jobs based upon their skills and experience. They have an extensive help centre full of juicy candidate resource aimed at boosting your chances of finding and landing the perect digital marketing job.
User Interviews $75-$450 for one hourUser Interviews User Interviews is a legit company that provides qualified research respondents to whoever needs it. And they now recruit people internationally!
Focus groups$50 to 250$ per researchRespondent.ioRespondent.io is always looking for industry professionals, parents, and students. They have projects that are available to US residents as well as international. This means you don’t have to be in the US to join and earn from $50 to 250$ per research.
SurveysSwagbucks ,Survey Junkie, Trustpilot,  LifePointsTaking surveys online is an easy, no-brainer way of making extra cash. Most survey sites aren’t great. It takes too long to make enough money, and you never qualify. But Swagbucks and Survey Junkie are legit!
Watch videos onlineInboxDollars InboxDollars is a cool website to make some cash with surveys. Plus, you can also make money by watching movie previews, TV shows, celebrity videos, the latest news, and many other videos
Wrap your car$452WrapifyDo you own a car? How about placing advertising on it and get paid? With Wrapify you can get paid up to $452 for having your car wrapped with an ad. You need to download the Wrapify app, and then they will track your journeys until you reach 50 miles. Once you reach 50 miles, you are eligible to take part in a campaign. Each campaign will place ads on your car for 1 to 12 months. During that time you will be earning free money every month!
Play games onlineMistplayDo you spend endless hours playing games on your phone when you have nothing to do? How about getting paid to do that? Mistplay is a legit Android app that pays you to play. It has over 78,000 reviews on Google Play and it averages a score of 4.4 stars!
Answer questions for moneyJustAnswerIf you are in the US, you could earn up to $100k a year (yep, that’s not a typo) by answering questions online. JustAnswer connects doctors, software engineers, plumbers, lawyers, and other experts to people that need answers to questions. You just need a computer or smartphone and an internet connection. You can set your own hours, pick which questions to answers, and earn cash by helping people online. Just make sure you have the right skills, and you can simply sign up for free, and you’ll be paid monthly via PayPal.
Deliver for Amazon$18 to $25 per hourAmazon FlexAnother way to make money is to make deliveries for Amazon Flex. You can make between $18 to $25 per hour, which means you could make $100 a day by simply working 4 hours. But how does it work? You pick up packages from one of their Amazon facilities or businesses, download an app that gives you the quickest delivery route to follow and deliver the packages. You can set the times you can work and build your schedule around your needs. There are opportunities 7 days a week, so it doesn’t really matter when you are free.
CashbackFetch Rewards, Rakuten ($10 bonus if you sign up here)With Fetch Rewards, you simply scan any grocery receipt after you shop and save on thousands of popular products throughout the store. Earn points on every receipt you scan. No clipping coupons, chasing down expiring deals or missing out on savings. Just shop, scan and save.
Searching onlineSwagbucksSwagbucks will pay you to use its search engine.
Online jobs from homeOnline work at indeed.comA collection of online jobs (62,694 jobs)
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