- Fancy HandsFrom the Fancy Hands website:
“The work: Making phone calls on behalf of people. Canceling their cable (a lot harder than it sounds). Scheduling appointments (doctors, business, etc). Tracking down the best price for something. Finding hotels that meet certain criteria. Data entry”
Pay is $3-$7 per task, with opportunity to earn more as you advance.
- Vicky VirtualVicky Virtual has a long list on their website of what they are looking for. Check it out, and get paid $10 an hour if you are hired.
- Virtual Gal FridayIf you work for Virtual Gal Friday, you will be hired as an employee and not as an independent contractor. I couldn’t find a pay rate (according to Glassdoor.com, the rate is $12-$12.50 and hour. They eare looking for full time virtual receptionists.
- LifebushidoI couldn’t find a pay rate for Lifebushido, and a search only shows the range to be $10-$12 an hour. According to Lifebushido, the type of work they have are as follows:
* The work involves all the work needed to run the ventures listed on this website.
* The work starts at 5 hours per week. If your work is good, you can increase to up to 20 hours per week. After a few months, we mutually explore your unique talents and the needs of Lifebushido ventures to determine the best work to fit your unique talents.
* We hire people from around the world. Lifebushido is run solely by people working part-time from home around the world.
- Redbutler is looking for virtual assistants and travel specialists. The pay rate is between $12-$15 hourly.
This book, Become A Successful Virtual Assistant, can help you if you are wondering about becoming a virtual assistant or if you are thinking about starting your own VA business.