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We mentioned this career opportunity in our article on home-based businesses, but it’s a great online business to mention too. There are a number of online platforms that make running a VA business easy, including TaskRabbit, Zirtual, Upwork, PeoplePerHour and so on.

If you’re super organized and can quickly and efficiently carry out tasks, you may want to put your skills to use—becoming a virtual assistant is like becoming a personal assistant or task master. Services you might offer include project management, writing, running errands, performing research, and so on. The list is really endless.

If you’re interested in this topic, be sure to read Amy Lynn Andrews’ Guide to Becoming a Virtual Assistant, and the Virtual Assistant Website Checklist by the VA Handbook.

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