10 Best Freelance Jobs For Beginners

Author: Helen Rebane

21 June, 2022

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Looking for some freelance jobs for beginners? You're in the right place. In this article, we'll tell you everything you need to know about freelancing and help you start a successful career as a freelancer.


So let's waste no more of your time and start listing the most popular:


Freelance jobs for beginners with no experience

Don't worry if you don't have any professional experience yet. Here, we will list the best freelance jobs for absolute beginners who have no working experience. Of course, you might need to pass a couple of online courses to acquire the necessary skills for some of these jobs, but overall, we've tried to pick the professions that are easy and, most importantly, enjoyable to learn.


  1. Social Media Manager
    Love using social media and are curious to learn how it works for businesses? Then this job is for you. Take a quick SMM course and start earning a living by managing the social media profiles of your client.
  2. Researcher
    No, don't worry, we're not talking about academic researchers here. We're talking about junior web researchers who are ready to skim through Google, research a specific subject and earn money for that!
  3. Content writing
    Love writing? Then you should try yourself as a freelance content writer. Write blog posts, landing page copies, and other business content for your client and earn money.
  4. Customer care specialist
    All you need for this job is to know your client's product well and have strong communication skills. Your main task will be talking with customers and helping them with their issues.
  5. Transcriber
    Listen to an audio, transcribe it, and earn money—sounds like a perfect job for beginners.
  6. Language teacher
    Are you a native English speaker? Well, guess what: that's enough for you to get a high-paying job and start your freelance teaching career.
  7. Virtual assistant
    As a virtual assistant, you'll be required to take care of some administrative aspects of the business. Your tasks might include conducting online research, managing projects, or taking care of bookings.
  8. Email outreach specialist
    You'll be given an email copy and a list of email addresses: all you have to do is send that copy to all the email addresses mentioned in the list. Yes, it's that easy.
  9. Data entry specialist
    Here, you'll have to add data to an extensive database. Surely, this is not one of the most exciting jobs, but it's a good enough gig for starting your freelancing career.
  10. Call center specialist
    This one is very similar to the customer care specialist, only here, your main responsibility is to answer the customers' questions mainly and exclusively via phone calls.

Now, let's skim through some:

Freelance tips for beginners

  • Search for a job through famous freelance sites for beginners.
  • Master the three of the freelance in-demand skills for absolute beginners: time-management, communication, and persistence.
  • Be patient: you won't build your freelancing empire overnight, but if you keep on working on it, very soon, you'll find your schedule filled with different projects!


Freelance for beginners can be pretty fun if you do it right. So buckle up with the required skills and motivation, and start working! 

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