You're looking for a remote job, but you don't have any experience. How can you get your foot in the door?
The good news is that there are plenty of ways to get a remote job without any experience. In this blog post, we'll share some of the best tips and tricks for landing a remote job with no experience.
‘No experience remote jobs’ are different than your average ‘entry level jobs’ where you may have gone to school for a particular skill or have acquired previous knowledge or experience. No experience remote jobs are a great option for those just starting out, and are in abundance! However, it may be daunting to know where to start, and will require a bit of searching to find the right fit.
Here are a few tips to get you started:
1. Start with your existing network.
If you're looking for a remote job, chances are that you know someone who already works remotely. Ask them for advice or for recommendations of companies that are hiring.
2. Use social media to your advantage.
There are many job boards and websites that list remote jobs, but you can also use social media to your advantage. Search Twitter and LinkedIn for job postings, or reach out to companies directly and inquire about remote positions. Don’t be afraid to make cold calls or emails, reaching out to companies you would want to work for but aren’t showing any open positions. You may be able to fill a gap they aren’t aware of. Using social media groups also makes you more likely to be seen by potential recruiters.
3. Get creative with your resume.
If you don't have any relevant work experience, that's not necessarily a deal-breaker. Get creative with your resume and highlight any skills or experience that could be relevant to a remote job. For example, if you're a stay-at-home parent, you might highlight your organizational skills or your ability to work independently. Start with what you are already good at or already know and are successful at, and narrow down the list to hard and soft skills. Overall, make sure your resume most highlights your communication, entrepreneurship and discipline. If you wish to pursue a creative field, consider creating your own portfolio or personal website showcasing your work.
4. Consider freelance work.
One way to get a foot in the door with a company is to offer to do some freelance work for them. This can be a great way to show off your skills and get some experience under your belt. Make sure you are realistic about the pay and the experience (no matter what field you choose to enter!)
5. Be patient and persistent.
Landing a remote job can take some time and effort, but it's definitely possible to succeed. The key is to be patient and to keep applying for positions until you find the right fit.Don't give up on your remote job search – with a little effort, you're sure to land the perfect position.
For a list of remote jobs that require no experience, visit The Remote Tribe Website
We hope this list was helpful and hope to see you working your dream job on a Noma Collective edition soon!