A few months ago I started working as a Virtual Assistant for a popular personal finance blog.
Being a Virtual Assistant has several benefits, such as learning how a thriving business works, being able to work from home, and setting up your own hours and pay.
Not only that, you can choose between being a part-time or full-time Virtual Assistant, leaving you time for other things in your life if you aren't ready for the full commitment of a full-time job yet.
The demand for Virtual Assistants is rising for small and large businesses since many jobs are going online. Virtual Assistants are also more affordable since assistants in-person need an office space to rent out, which saves money for the person hiring a VA.