This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my Disclosure page for more information. So, you're here reading this because you want to know: Can social media be useful in your quest to find an online, work from home job in 2019? My answer to that is: Absolutely, and in a somewhat surprising variety … Continue reading Want to Work From Home in 2019? Here’s How Social Media Can Help.
This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my Disclosure page for more information. I've talked a lot about online ESL teaching as a legitimate work from home opportunity (it certainly was for me!). I've written about the general job requirements here, here, and here, about online ESL companies that hire Australians here and here, … Continue reading Online ESL Teaching in 2019 – The Social Media Gold Mine!
Hi all, this is just a short update about changes to online ESL teacher qualification requirements in 2019. As I've discussed in detail already, China is a huge market for online ESL education, and there are a tonne of different companies looking to recruit ESL teachers for students in China (check the Jobs Hub … Continue reading Online ESL Teaching in 2019 – A Quick Update
This post contains affiliate links. Please see my Disclosure page for more information. So, if you're reading this, Part 1 of this post where I detailed my long list of reasons as to why you may not want to start your own work from home transcription business clearly hasn't put you off. … Continue reading How I Started My Work From Home Transcription Business (and, Why You May NOT Want to Start One) Part 2
Happy New Year everyone! I hope all of my readers had a safe and happy break, and are ready to dive into 2019. We had a terrific break, and I'm feeling super excited for the year ahead. This is just a quick post to give you a short summary of where we'll be heading … Continue reading The Work From Home Aussie in 2019
Okay, so if you're looking for a legitimate work from home role, transcription sounds pretty awesome, right? And, as someone successfully working in the transcription industry in Australia, I'll readily admit that I do love my job. I enjoy the challenge of the work, and the complete flexibility of running my own small business … Continue reading How I Started My Work From Home Transcription Business (and, Why You May NOT Want to Start One) – Part 1
So, you lovely people who have been following the blog for a while now have undoubtedly noticed that I bang on about online ESL teaching quite a bit. That's because it has been a great work from home option for me, and there's so little info out there about this option for Aussies … Continue reading Enough about Online ESL Teaching already! What else is out there?
So, you're super keen to apply for a work from home, online ESL teaching role. You meet all the general requirements, you're confident you're suitable for the role, and you were thrilled to hear that there are multiple companies out there that happily hire Australians (read more about that here). Now, the question becomes, … Continue reading Which Online ESL Teaching Company is Right For You?
So, this post has taken quite a while to get together, because there are so many companies out there and so much information that could be included here. In the end I decided to just get on with it and post already. The list below is by no means complete, but will give … Continue reading Online ESL Companies that Hire Australians
Okay. So, you want an online, work from home job. You've looked through Part 1 of this post, and you think you'll make a great online ESL teacher. Now you need to think about the formal qualifications, as well as the tech and equipment requirements necessary for the role. As mentioned in earlier posts, … Continue reading Online Teaching Job Requirements – Part 2