What are the basic skills needed to get online work?
You need to have basic internet skills (knows how to email, copy & paste text, research online using google search, etc.), must be able to construct simple English sentences and most importantly, you should know how to follow basic English instructions.
How much can I earn working online?
It depends on your skills OR willingness to learn new skills. The truth is - you can earn as much as those who are working in a regular office (or even more!), enough to pay all your monthly bills and expenses. Below are some of the average income of online workers:
>> Call Center Agents: P15,000 to P25,000 and Up Monthly Salary (full-time)
>> Transcriptionists: P10,000 and Up Monthly Salary (full or part-time)
>> Virtual Assistants: $300 - $500/Mo. and up full-time & $2 - $10/hr. part-time
>> English Tutors: P12,000 to P35,000 Monthly Salary (full or part-time)
>> Web Designers: Average of $100 to $500 & up per website (part-time)
>> Writers: Average of $5 to $50 per article (part-time)
>> Other Freelance Jobs (Data Entry, Proofreader, Researcher, Marketer, others):
Ave. of $20-$50 & up/project or $2-$10/hr.
Do I need to pay to get an online job?
Can I still work online even if I'm not a computer expert?
NO, most online job opportunities are free to join. DO NOT join sites that ask for membership fees in order for them to give you work. There are hundreds of companies that provide jobs and earning programs for free.
Is there an easy online job for me?
Yes. There are lots of internet companies that pay online participants for doing simple online tasks, such as:
>> Viewing online ads - popularly known as PTC (the most easiest internet sideline),
>> Signing-up (in various memberships or online programs),
>> Posting comments (on online message boards, social media sites, forums or blogs), and
>> Tweeting, liking a Facebook page, bookmarking a website, social networking sites, and other online tasks
Although above jobs are "low & slow-earners", they are still the best paid "on-the-job training" that you can get while still looking for real online work, as most of the tasks involved here are considered as SEO work, a skill that can help you land a good paying freelance job in the future.
Visit our online jobs section to know more about the many ways you can do to earn online.
How do I get paid?
Most online companies, especially those located abroad, prefer to pay via Paypal (and/or other online payment processors like Payza, Neteller, etc.). On the other hand, Philippine-based sites prefer to remit salaries/payments thru local banks (ex. BPI, BDO, etc.).
What if I don't have a Paypal account?
Paypal is a widely-used online payment processor and not having a Paypal account can considerably reduce your chances to participate in a lot of online earning programs/opportunities. So better get one now. :) It only takes a few minutes to set-up a Paypal account. It's free, and unlike banks - no maintaning balance required. All you need is a valid email address and a working mobile no. to register.
Do you hire online workers?
No, we do not hire online workers and likewise does not hire in behalf of other companies or websites. We only provide online job listings and recommend the best legitimate paying companies or websites based on research, online reviews, feedback and OJP members' own online work experiences.
What other services do you offer?
OJP offers free online skills training, we also provide online tutorials, "Work-at-Home" orientations, e-book guides and other resources. We give online support and assistance in almost all aspects related to online work/jobs. We provide free consultation/advice to Pinoys who
are interested to set-up their own websites for personal or business use.
We also offer online advertising opportunities on our web pages or on our partner-network sites.
I'm interested, how and where do I start?
Click on the blue-green button below to get started. ^_^