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Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Mandyoluchi(m): 6:03pm On May 18
ebubey:

Give you? Okay... please what's the price of this vehicle and how does hire purchase work?
What's your location?

I'm based in abuja. 2003 corolla is around 1.5. I'll remit 30k every week while maintaining the car by myself
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by SmartMugu: 7:00pm On May 18
dgee1:
Wow! I fell in love with your mind reading this!! I'm not so much of a tech person. I tried learning JavaScript around last year but stopped midway when I saw the ground I would have to cover as age isn't very much on my side and there's the pressure to start 'delivering' in life. Then I moved to writing, but getting clients to work with hasn't been funny. Sometimes I'm even confused as to what to do next. But one thing I'm very sure of is that remote working fits my kind of person and would make me even more productive that the traditional 8-5. I just need some fire.

If you don't mind, please, I would like to connect with you. I won't be a trouble. I honestly just feel talking and being connected with you will help me get things right. I need this kind of networking in my life, even if it's just for a push in the right direction. I've sent you an email already.

You really inspired me, thank you so much.

SmartMugu...bro, you are responding to everyone, please don't leave me out. Thanks
Sorry bro, I didnt mean to ignore your post. For some reasons, NL banned me after my posts on this topic. Not sure why. But yeah, we all need some type of push sometimes, I think thats why forums exist - to learn from one another.

You mentioned that you were into Javascript and then moved into writing. Do you consider yourself a developer? Thats not my area though. I have some knowledge of coding, but dont do that on a daily basis, and I dislike writing or too much talking as well. I prefer solving business problems with COTS applications and devices. Not sure if thats related to your area at all.
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by dgee1(m): 3:01pm On May 19
Hello, bro

Thanks for your response. I wonder why they banned you, because everything you've said on this thread has been very very helpful and inspiring. I've read your posts on the thread and have a good idea of the kind of mind that could produce those thoughts

Yes, I was learning how to code using an e-book and practicing on my laptop. I had covered HTML5 and CSS3 to a very good extent, and was at the beginning part of JavaScript, when I somehow 'dropped out' and abandoned the thing. I was worried that it would take a long time before I became proficient as a programmer and start getting jobs. I'm in my early 30s so I felt the thing would demand another 2 years or more from me.

So, I tried to get something else doing that I felt would not require a long time to learn. And around August last year, I began writing for someone I met here on Nairaland. It's a third-party kind of arrangement where he gets certain jobs and send them to me to execute for him. Although those jobs haven't been consistent and the pay isn't great, it is what I presently do to keep body and soul together. And I feel there's a need for me to make progress and do more with my time and life.

Honestly, I'm sometimes confused and perplexed as to what to do next. But one thing I'm clear about is that the idea of working remotely/freelancing is one that fits my personality. I enjoy staying indoor for days working on the computer and being productive. I would say I really don't have an 'area' right now. I'm trying to see if Cybersecurity is something I can also try.

And I'm not trying to be flatter you, bro, but I just feel I need to connect more with people like you who can help fire me up and give me a push

Sorry for my long epistle...





SmartMugu:

Sorry bro, I didnt mean to ignore your post. For some reasons, NL banned me after my posts on this topic. Not sure why. But yeah, we all need some type of push sometimes, I think thats why forums exist - to learn from one another.

You mentioned that you were into Javascript and then moved into writing. Do you consider yourself a developer? Thats not my area though. I have some knowledge of coding, but dont do that on a daily basis, and I dislike writing or too much talking as well. I prefer solving business problems with COTS applications and devices. Not sure if thats related to your area at all.
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Nobody: 4:39pm On May 19
I appreciate this your thread. God bless you richly. However I see that many who placed comment don't know the difference between working remotely and freelancing. Thumbs up to the guy who shared to even to declare annual pay range of between 40 and 50k. And I see another who is kind of hijacking the thread to train others in what appears to be gig or freelancing. I am seeing all these because I have been a freelancer who is now working to build on the remote employment option instead. Thank you! thank you!!
motivate555:
It is no doubt that the way to survive this economy is by getting foreign jobs in which you work remotely and you are paid in foreign currency as well.

If you have ever gotten a remote job, help others identify what the need to do better by answering the following questions.

1. What skill got you your remote job?
2. Where did you find the remote job?
3. What is your pay range?
4. What is the experience like working a foreign remote job?

Please any useful information that will be beneficial to others.

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Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Nobody: 4:50pm On May 19
temmypotter:
1) Product Design

2) There are tons of remote job websites for Designers and Engineers online, In my case though, I stumbled on the company while surfing one time and applied.

3) 40k to 50k$ (Annual base salary)

4) I can't say all remote jobs are great, different companies and different experiences.. but some perks so far for me are flexibility, paid compulsory vacations, work at your own time, no micro management, good work is rewarded ... and most importantly being able to work from home on my bed is just amazing

Ps: (get a home office workspace set up though, helps you be more productive)

This is the model answer to the OP's request. Thank you for sharing.

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Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Rbae: 6:09am On May 21
Hello everyone. I stumbled on this post now and I'm loving it. I'm a stay at home mum , running a new biz online and would love to add intl remote job to it.

I don't know anything about programming sad. I wanted to learn how to develop websites few months ago but I've not been able to do so.

I can teach and my hubby is a writer so he can be of help in that aspect too. Please, what other jobs can I do as a foreign remote worker? I need someone to guide me please. I'm a woman who loves to hustle and make her own money.
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Ltherman(m): 5:21pm On May 21
SageX1444:
Clearly, I might jump my Law profession ship for IT at the end of the day. I find satisfaction trying to explore complex concepts in Tech( I'm currently learning web dev).


I think we're in the same shoes as legal practitioners
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by ekenweohia: 1:10pm On May 26
Charpell:

Okay send your cv to charpell@yopmail.com, I will review it. Mention me when you send it

Hi bro. I'm sorry for writing this post now. Honestly, I only read the 'send your cv' part and I had sent it long ago.
I didn't know about the 'mention me' part till now.
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Charpell(m): 5:19pm On May 26
ekenweohia:


Hi bro. I'm sorry for writing this post now. Honestly, I only read the 'send your cv' part and I had sent it long ago.
I didn't know about the 'mention me' part till now.
Send it again, don't forget to mention

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Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Willmichael(m): 2:12pm On May 31
Hi Temmy

I just ventured into Product Design this year, UI/UX Design to be precise

And so far, the journey has been good.

I would like to know if you can share your design journey with me, current trends, and the skills that are more necessary.

Thank you ☺
temmypotter:
1) Product Design

2) There are tons of remote job websites for Designers and Engineers online, In my case though, I stumbled on the company while surfing one time and applied.

3) 40k to 50k$ (Annual base salary)

4) I can't say all remote jobs are great, different companies and different experiences.. but some perks so far for me are flexibility, paid compulsory vacations, work at your own time, no micro management, good work is rewarded ... and most importantly being able to work from home on my bed is just amazing

Ps: (get a home office workspace set up though, helps you be more productive)
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Gloriouspa(m): 4:29pm On May 31
IamNumeroUno:


I'm think of starting classes with interested people on Search Engine Optimization. You could be my first student.

I will be honoured to impact my knowledge of SEO on as many as possible for close to nothing as fees.

I am interested in this please. I am a content writer too, I want to know more about SEO. Thanks.
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by IamNumeroUno: 5:44pm On May 31
Gloriouspa:


I am interested in this please. I am a content writer too, I want to know more about SEO. Thanks.

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Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Miyachi: 8:14am On Jun 01
Charpell:

Not paypal, payoneer visit the website its free
You withdrawal money from you dom account just the way you get naira, just go the bank fill a teller and they hand you dollars
Please what are their charges. It's not clearly stated on the withdrawal page. Thanks
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by ekenweohia: 8:39am On Jun 01
Charpell:

Send it again, don't forget to mention

Happy new month Chief.
I just sent it now
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Charpell(m): 10:55am On Jun 01
Miyachi:

Please what are their charges. It's not clearly stated on the withdrawal page. Thanks
Payoneer charges 2 % for every withdrawal

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Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Miyachi: 11:35am On Jun 01
Charpell:

Payoneer charges 2 % for every withdrawal
Wow. That's steep.
This means a flat 2% no matter the amount I'm withdrawing.
I was hopping there charges would be cheaper.
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Charpell(m): 11:53am On Jun 01
Miyachi:

Wow. That's steep.
This means a flat 2% no matter the amount I'm withdrawing.
I was hopping there charges would be cheaper.
Its quite expensive, did i forget to mention the person sending you money will also be charged
It used to be TransferWise, till they stopped their service for Nigeria, if you see alternative let me know
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Miyachi: 4:43pm On Jun 01
Charpell:

Its quite expensive, did i forget to mention the person sending you money will also be charged
It used to be TransferWise, till they stopped their service for Nigeria, if you see alternative let me know
I don't know if my solution will work for you.
I'm trying to find a way to repatriate funds from the crypto exchange I'm using. I've checked Binance (flat $30), Cex ($25 + 0.3%).
I was thinking I could use Payoneer because Cex offers free ACH transfers, so I figured I could use the US bank account to receive and collect my funds here.
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Charpell(m): 10:23pm On Jun 01
Miyachi:

I don't know if my solution will work for you.
I'm trying to find a way to repatriate funds from the crypto exchange I'm using. I've checked Binance (flat $30), Cex ($25 + 0.3%).
I was thinking I could use Payoneer because Cex offers free ACH transfers, so I figured I could use the US bank account to receive and collect my funds here.
Binance does not support Payoneer
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by SmartMugu: 1:26pm On Jun 04
Bro, I actually think you have done a lot for yourself learning to code in HTML and CSS and kinda wonder about why you decided to "dropout". I guess the answer isn't that difficult to understand - passion and motivation.
If you have passion for something, you tend to put in put in all your efforts to accomplish it. When you feel motivated as well, you tend to put in more. I think you can actually create that motivation for yourself if you surround yourself with folks in same line as you are.

Im not outrightly saying you need to go back to programming. If you don't have a passion for it, you will just be doing what you dont like and may give up again. But we designs and programming is actually a surefire way to get working remotely. Your understanding of programming again will open many doors, especially now that every organization is looking for blockchain programmers.

Most blockchain programmers switched from their original programming skills to languages specific to blockchain programming like solidity. For me, I dont really like programming and would rather hire a programmer to do the work versus investing time in it.

If you already have all you need to master this area, why not just set out a goal to master as much of that area as possible within a short time, say before the end of the year, while you occasionally assess yourself to measure your progress? While you're doing that, be sure whatever projects you're working on can translate to a portfolio that potential clients can see about you, which replaces resume most times for techy jobs...

Regarding the motivation you need, you may find www.meetup.com as a valuable site. There are apps for it as well. If programming is what you like, you can join groups of both local and international programmers there and yall can link up. There are countless meet-ups for any thing you like and you can connect there in no time.

If you are in Nigeria, I would think programming will give you more remote opportunities than cybersecurity as most cybersecurity roles require you making changes in secure environments and background checks etc are often required.

So bro, please first ask yourself if you have a passion for coding and if you do, set goals for yourself and get the motivation you need by connecting with folks that share same or similar thoughts with you. Dont let the learning curve be a barrier, rather it should be a motivation to stick to your set goals. It will be all smiles after you've paid that due - putting in the extra effort.

I guarantee you you'd be getting many programming gigs from everywhere once you've established a formidable portfolio for yourself.

Goodluck bro



dgee1:
Hello, bro

Thanks for your response. I wonder why they banned you, because everything you've said on this thread has been very very helpful and inspiring. I've read your posts on the thread and have a good idea of the kind of mind that could produce those thoughts

Yes, I was learning how to code using an e-book and practicing on my laptop. I had covered HTML5 and CSS3 to a very good extent, and was at the beginning part of JavaScript, when I somehow 'dropped out' and abandoned the thing. I was worried that it would take a long time before I became proficient as a programmer and start getting jobs. I'm in my early 30s so I felt the thing would demand another 2 years or more from me.

So, I tried to get something else doing that I felt would not require a long time to learn. And around August last year, I began writing for someone I met here on Nairaland. It's a third-party kind of arrangement where he gets certain jobs and send them to me to execute for him. Although those jobs haven't been consistent and the pay isn't great, it is what I presently do to keep body and soul together. And I feel there's a need for me to make progress and do more with my time and life.

Honestly, I'm sometimes confused and perplexed as to what to do next. But one thing I'm clear about is that the idea of working remotely/freelancing is one that fits my personality. I enjoy staying indoor for days working on the computer and being productive. I would say I really don't have an 'area' right now. I'm trying to see if Cybersecurity is something I can also try.

And I'm not trying to be flatter you, bro, but I just feel I need to connect more with people like you who can help fire me up and give me a push

Sorry for my long epistle...





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Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by dgee1(m): 5:57pm On Jun 05
First, thanks so much for taking time out to type this! Wow!!

You're right, it's the passion and motivation that was lacking. But I will now try and get myself surrounded by programmers and join MeetUp as you advised. Thanks so much for your words and motivation, I really appreciate them.

Wish you luck in all that you're doing. Thank you very much!



SmartMugu:
Bro, I actually think you have done a lot for yourself learning to code in HTML and CSS and kinda wonder about why you decided to "dropout". I guess the answer isn't that difficult to understand - passion and motivation.
If you have passion for something, you tend to put in put in all your efforts to accomplish it. When you feel motivated as well, you tend to put in more. I think you can actually create that motivation for yourself if you surround yourself with folks in same line as you are.

Im not outrightly saying you need to go back to programming. If you don't have a passion for it, you will just be doing what you dont like and may give up again. But we designs and programming is actually a surefire way to get working remotely. Your understanding of programming again will open many doors, especially now that every organization is looking for blockchain programmers.

Most blockchain programmers switched from their original programming skills to languages specific to blockchain programming like solidity. For me, I dont really like programming and would rather hire a programmer to do the work versus investing time in it.

If you already have all you need to master this area, why not just set out a goal to master as much of that area as possible within a short time, say before the end of the year, while you occasionally assess yourself to measure your progress? While you're doing that, be sure whatever projects you're working on can translate to a portfolio that potential clients can see about you, which replaces resume most times for techy jobs...

Regarding the motivation you need, you may find www.meetup.com as a valuable site. There are apps for it as well. If programming is what you like, you can join groups of both local and international programmers there and yall can link up. There are countless meet-ups for any thing you like and you can connect there in no time.

If you are in Nigeria, I would think programming will give you more remote opportunities than cybersecurity as most cybersecurity roles require you making changes in secure environments and background checks etc are often required.

So bro, please first ask yourself if you have a passion for coding and if you do, set goals for yourself and get the motivation you need by connecting with folks that share same or similar thoughts with you. Dont let the learning curve be a barrier, rather it should be a motivation to stick to your set goals. It will be all smiles after you've paid that due - putting in the extra effort.

I guarantee you you'd be getting many programming gigs from everywhere once you've established a formidable portfolio for yourself.

Goodluck bro



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Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Openpeace: 4:33am On Jun 06
SmartMugu:
Bro, I actually think you have done a lot for yourself learning to code in HTML and CSS and kinda wonder about why you decided to "dropout". I guess the answer isn't that difficult to understand - passion and motivation.
If you have passion for something, you tend to put in put in all your efforts to accomplish it. When you feel motivated as well, you tend to put in more. I think you can actually create that motivation for yourself if you surround yourself with folks in same line as you are.

Im not outrightly saying you need to go back to programming. If you don't have a passion for it, you will just be doing what you dont like and may give up again. But we designs and programming is actually a surefire way to get working remotely. Your understanding of programming again will open many doors, especially now that every organization is looking for blockchain programmers.

Most blockchain programmers switched from their original programming skills to languages specific to blockchain programming like solidity. For me, I dont really like programming and would rather hire a programmer to do the work versus investing time in it.

If you already have all you need to master this area, why not just set out a goal to master as much of that area as possible within a short time, say before the end of the year, while you occasionally assess yourself to measure your progress? While you're doing that, be sure whatever projects you're working on can translate to a portfolio that potential clients can see about you, which replaces resume most times for techy jobs...

Regarding the motivation you need, you may find www.meetup.com as a valuable site. There are apps for it as well. If programming is what you like, you can join groups of both local and international programmers there and yall can link up. There are countless meet-ups for any thing you like and you can connect there in no time.

If you are in Nigeria, I would think programming will give you more remote opportunities than cybersecurity as most cybersecurity roles require you making changes in secure environments and background checks etc are often required.

So bro, please first ask yourself if you have a passion for coding and if you do, set goals for yourself and get the motivation you need by connecting with folks that share same or similar thoughts with you. Dont let the learning curve be a barrier, rather it should be a motivation to stick to your set goals. It will be all smiles after you've paid that due - putting in the extra effort.

I guarantee you you'd be getting many programming gigs from everywhere once you've established a formidable portfolio for yourself.

Goodluck bro





Hello Sir,

Thanks for your words of motivation, I'm currently jobless and looking to learn a skill to join the digital world, I know it's not a 1day stuff but I'm willing to commit to it, my regret was searching for employment not knowing such could have made me a better person since after graduating 2015, joined banking and later left.



Hello bro I tried joining meet-up but I can't access it with the error showing email is blocked, that's the 4th email I have created and tried same error.

Any tips how to join, and please can I get your email or so I'd like to connect with you please.

Since I'm totally new I'd need a good niche to join that will still be relevant in decades to come.

Thanks.

Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Rbae: 1:40pm On Jun 06
Hello everyone. Asides IT related jobs, can someone please share how to get other remote jobs here? Like teaching job, graphics etc

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Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by ugnoble: 11:20am On Jun 07
temmypotter:
1) Product Design

2) There are tons of remote job websites for Designers and Engineers online, In my case though, I stumbled on the company while surfing one time and applied.

3) 40k to 50k$ (Annual base salary)

4) I can't say all remote jobs are great, different companies and different experiences.. but some perks so far for me are flexibility, paid compulsory vacations, work at your own time, no micro management, good work is rewarded ... and most importantly being able to work from home on my bed is just amazing

Ps: (get a home office workspace set up though, helps you be more productive)

As a Product Designer in the firm you work with remotely, what do you primarily do for them, and what softwares do you work with to deliver your task?
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by ugnoble: 1:57pm On Jun 07
I would also like to know positions a health worker can apply for since mostly everything is practical.
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by SmartMugu: 1:29pm On Jun 09
Openpeace:



Hello Sir,

Thanks for your words of motivation, I'm currently jobless and looking to learn a skill to join the digital world, I know it's not a 1day stuff but I'm willing to commit to it, my regret was searching for employment not knowing such could have made me a better person since after graduating 2015, joined banking and later left.



Hello bro I tried joining meet-up but I can't access it with the error showing email is blocked, that's the 4th email I have created and tried same error.

Any tips how to join, and please can I get your email or so I'd like to connect with you please.

Since I'm totally new I'd need a good niche to join that will still be relevant in decades to come.

Thanks.
I didnt know meetup had such restrictions from Nigeria, I guess some Nigerians may have messed it up with their scam tactics - especially since you can meet people from all over the world there and join any meeting you want with similar minds.
Have you tried registering with a VPN? That can give you a different country's IP in case you are being blocked because of your current location. You can also try downloading the meetup app and registering through it.

Meetup is just a place to meet people and not necessarily a place to start learning your skills from because most of the meetings will assume you already have a background and understanding of whatever is being discussed. So, to avoid looking confused while ure on those calls, I'd suggest you take your time to build upon the skills you are interested in first and expand your knowledge or get motivation by joining others on meetup or other similar sites.

You can find some alternatives to meetup here
https://techboomers.com/best-sites-like-meetup-alternatives
Cheers

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Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Mboi: 6:23pm On Jun 10
Are there remote jobs for software testers? Manual and automation, API and mobile apps testing....
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Dracoe(m): 8:30pm On Jul 16
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Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Mandyoluchi(m): 10:55pm On Jul 24
ebubey:

Give you? Okay... please what's the price of this vehicle and how does hire purchase work?
What's your location?
I'm based i n PH. The prices vary depending on the model
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by olusholaayoade: 6:10pm On Aug 24
SmartMugu:
I dont know how working remote from Nigeria really works. I guess most into it are freelancers. But I've been working remotely for over 6 years now and never had any reasons to go to any office.

Sometimes, while I'm in Nigeria I can still work remotely for the parent US firms I work for, and many folks I know here in the IT line are currently working from Nigeria and still get paid in USD. What's the point asking techy guys to come to the office? Thats outdated in this clime, especially with covid fright everywhere.

I think it all starts with choosing a niche within the IT space, for me. I focused on Cybersecurity. Mastered as many areas as I could and got certifications upon certifications added to my bachelor's and master's degrees and let my resume do the talking. It will work same way for anyone, just differentiate yourself from the rest.

You'll be surprised with how many calls for jobs you will get from all around the world and pick which ones u want to mess with. Some firms are even in dire needs of the strengths and smartness in most of us Nigerians and won't even mind relocating you and your family closer to them, as long as you've proven your worth to them.

I dont know if it depends on the companies you have worked for in the past though. For me, all my experiences are for US based firms, none at all in Nigeria. But if you can manage to get yourself into some of the major consulting firms with presence around the globe, like Delloitte, KPMG, E&Y, Accenture, Infosys etc, you're good. Thats how I started my consulting career and later decided to contract for firms than working directly for them as a full time employee - FTE.

Even in cases where your physical presence is needed, these firms will be responsible to get you there, wherever it is in the world. Got tired of that.I prefer those that are entirely remote since I contract now and have decided to cut down on travels.

So, around IT, you can't be wrong with areas like Cybersecurity, Business Intelligence, Data Analysis, Machine learning, Software Engineering /Design, Cloud Computing/Networking/Security etc. There's a huge array of lines for those in other IT areas like programming,, web designs, digital marketing etc.. im just talking about the areas Im familiar with.

Dont jump around, just stick with one area and carve a career around it. Its a common mistake for many to want to include as many unrelated skills on their resume, its wrong. Your resume should tell your audience a story about you, not get them confused about who you really are. Don't let them feel you were a farmer last year, a plumber last month and a tailor today. Choose where ur strengths are and focus on improving on it, highlight your strengths on your resume, then make your resume your tool. One of these areas can keep you employed from your home right there in Nigeria with firms from around the world.

My 2 cents. Goodluck all.

Hello bruv. thanks for this info. I’ve been into DevOps for a while now and I’m looking for a place to start practicing, even if its an internship just to get industry experience. Can you suggest options, can I contact you via email
Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Sarang(f): 1:12am On Aug 29
Rbae:
Hello everyone. I stumbled on this post now and I'm loving it. I'm a stay at home mum , running a new biz online and would love to add intl remote job to it.

I don't know anything about programming sad. I wanted to learn how to develop websites few months ago but I've not been able to do so.

I can teach and my hubby is a writer so he can be of help in that aspect too. Please, what other jobs can I do as a foreign remote worker? I need someone to guide me please. I'm a woman who loves to hustle and make her own money.

UI/UX (product Design)
Graphic design
Branding
Technical support
Customer Success specialist
Data entry
Cyber security
Data analyst

Google these and more and choose what works for you and focus on it.

Join Upwork

Then Check out these sites for remote jobs.

Angel.co
Authenticjobs.com
Weworkremotely
Remote.co
Stackoverflow.jobs
Flexjobs
Remoteok.io
Workable.com
Nodesk.co
1Remote.dev
Remotive.io
Dribble.com...
Remoters.net

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Re: How Did You Get Your First Remote Job? by Tohsynetita1: 3:46am On Aug 29
KingZaddy:
...

Which one be remote job again?

Is it a job that has to do with gotv decoder or dstv


Anyway, my first job was as a teacher years ago... I was paid 7,500 every month, when I collected my first salary I held it like somebody was trying to rob me, everybody I saw on the road was a robbery suspect
Check my past post, I have several hundreds of remote job

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