Online Jobs At Home In The Philippines.
(Updated 16 December 2018)
I’m well know for being “a bit” anti-jobs. I believe that most jobs are a bit “crooked”. The worker doesn’t get paid anywhere near what s/he is worth to the company’s bottom line.
In fact there some compelling evidence that suggests that if you are still a “wage slave” or trying to become one, whatever your current salary is you are probably earning about three times s much for your employer.
Why would anyone want to get paid only one third what they are worth?
There are other issues I have with J*O*B*’s also. You might want to read this article if you haven’t seen it already. (go ahead, I’ll wait right here for you
But Sometimes You Just NEED a Job
And many of you who come here are not interested in entrepreneurial ideas, don’t want to start a business and all that entails, and just want a few extra dollars to close the gap between what you currently have and what you need to retire here in the Philippines.
What if I told you that almost everyone reading this article already has a skill they can put to use, right now, for money being paid right into their bank account (or PayPal account)?
What if I also told you that because you are reading this article you already g=jave everything you need to start this job?
What if I said you can start this job while you are still in the USA (or your home country) and continue working, uninterrupted if (and when) you decide to move to or retire in the Philippines?
And best of all, there is absolutely nothing you need to buy, no investment to make, and no age limits — 18 or 80, you can start this as early as today.
And I guess what is really attractive to many is the fact that you can do this right out of your home, wherever that home may be.
So what’s this magical online, at home job you can do in the USA or the Philippines or anywhere else?
Wow, what a buildup. And then what a letdown. I can hear so many of you out there moaning your “if only’s” already.
Not a teacher?
Doesn’t matter. Let me explain some terminology and define a few things here.
Most people, when they hear “teacher” think of someone with a university degree and often a teaching license or credential from their state or home country.
Nothing wrong with that definition, in the strictest sense it’s absolutely correct. To be a professional teacher a degree and certification is normally a requirement.
But There Is A Huge Market For “Informal” Teaching
By “informal” teaching I am referring to what is often called “Conversational” English, or, by some folks, “English Coaching”.
Just because you don’t have a degree or a teaching credential does NOT mean you can’t coach learners n conversational or business English.
There is a huge market for these services. And there are many, many companies and online schools around the world who will hire you and pay you to coach people.
Here is one source of online teaching jobs you can do from home. (Wherever home may be.) [Read more…] about Online Jobs At Home In The Philippines