The best remote jobs that don't require a college degree

 
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While society has made it seem like a college degree is essential in establishing a long-lasting, fulfilling career, here's the truth: there are plenty of rewarding and lucrative opportunities out there for those with a high school degree. What's more, there are new and flexible postings listed every single day.

The best remote jobs that don't require a college degree

There are all kinds of new and intriguing listings for positions that don't require anything more than a GED or high school diploma, according to Brie Reynolds, the senior career specialist at Remote.co. The job opportunities cover a variety of fields and industries, and include both part-time and full-time work-from-home positions.

"Some of the most high-demand fields for flexible workers that don't need a bachelor's degree include data entry, administrative, software development, sales, customer service, and writing," Brie told WomansDay.com. You can also obtain jobs in education, design, healthcare, marketing, and more.

And if you're looking for something less intense or more flexible than a typical 40+ hour per week job, there are plenty of part-time positions too. "Depending on your interests and experience, there are lots of different opportunities to work part-time remotely—writing, teaching or tutoring online, data entry, customer service," Brie says. "Lots of fields are offering part-time professional-level work."

Ready to dive in? Here are five remote jobs currently open to workers of all education levels. If one of these doesn't inspire you to apply—don't fret. New openings are listed daily!

Customer experience specialist: In this role as an online advisor, you'll be responsible for corresponding with customers via email, social media, and live chat functions, and provide support to the company for their online projects.

Medical coding: In this full-time opportunity, you can receive free training on the latest medical coding technologies and systems to ensure you're up-to-date on the latest practices in your industry.

Virtual assistant: Support staff and customers, coordinate scheduling, and manage timelines and projects among other tasks in this remote position.

Human resources business partner: This job will focus on creating and improving strategies for management, customer satisfaction, and business performance, and supporting leaders in the company.

Transcriptionist: This incredibly flexible job allows you to choose how many hours per week you want to work. This start-up company pays you according to the work you complete making it ideal for motivated individuals.

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Fuente: www.womansday.com
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