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7 Jobs That Require Little To No Experience

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When you’re looking for a job while not having a lot of experience (or not at all), seeing all those job offers might seem like a nightmare. Wherever you look, even for internship positions, they require one or two or even more years of experience in that specific field.

But, don’t let this discourage you. If you’re looking for a job, willing to learn and ready to accept professions you probably didn’t have in your primary plans, then you can surely find one.

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Let’s see what are some careers that you can pursue right now even if you have little to no experience.

Read on!

1. Online Proofreader

If you would like to give working from home a try, then you might search for proofreading jobs. This will let you earn some extra money, but if you become super skilled in it, you actually might earn a lot more.

Proofreader’s job is to look for mistakes, errors, or typos in books, websites, transcripts, or any other text that is important to leave a good impression. It’s not the same as editing a text, so you actually don’t need to rearrange paragraphs or phrases, this is the job for the editor.

Proofreaders are the last set of eyes to read and proofread the text before it goes published or goes live. Therefore, if you’re detail-oriented person, this job might be the right one for you. You can even find some Proofreading courses that will help you go professional in a couple of months.

Depending on your speed, experience and the type of project, you could earn between $25-$50 per hour.

2. Delivery Driver

Have a clean driver’s license? You could be eligible for a delivery driver job for national, regional or local companies.

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These jobs usually don’t require any experience and offer a lot of flexibility. In some cases, you can even get a higher-paying position if you’re well organized and arrive on time.

Look for companies such as Uber Eats, Instacart or DoorDash. For some of them, you wouldn’t even need a car, while for others you do.

3. Web Developer

Web developers are highly demanded. What’s even better is that you don’t need to have any formal education, as long as you’re ready to learn and dedicate a lot of hours to improving your developing skills.

You can find plenty of courses online that will help you get the basic knowledge, and then you can gradually scale your knowledge and skills with your own projects and more specific online courses.

The great thing is that you can start learning right away at websites such as CodeAcademy and after some time, you might be able to get a pretty decent payment for your work. You can expect to earn from $22,500 – $132,500 annually by working as a web developer.

4. Bill Collector

According to experts, demand for bill collectors will grow for approximately 19% in the next decade. What’s good about this is that you’re only required to have a high school diploma for applying for this job.

However, communication and good soft skills will be required. You need to know how to handle people in order to provide a good customer service.

5. Taxi Or Rideshare Driver

If you have a clean driving record, several years of driving experience and have over 21 years, then you might consider becoming a taxi or rideshare driver.

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If you want to be a taxi driver, then you want to check the licensing requirements for taxi drivers in your state. Although you will probably have flexible hours that you can choose, bear in mind that taxi driving can sometimes mean working during nights, weekends and even holidays.

On the other hand, you can also apply for companies such as Lyft or Uber where you can use your own cars.

6. Bartender

Bartenders also don’t need a formal education in order to work, but if you want to be a professional, you should apply for a bartending school. Although it doesn’t look like a really hard job, there are a lot of things that you need to know to handle while working behind a bar.

In some places, a bartender might also need to monitor how much alcohol their customers are consuming in order to avoid having people that are too drunk in the bar.

7. Security Guard

For most security guard jobs it is sufficient to have a high school diploma, but for others they might ask for a drug test, your criminal record and even the firearms license.

There are plenty of locations you could work at, such as Embassies, at secure cash transporters, or for the member of the Homeland Security team at the airport.

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