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_Aryan_

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I've seen many people who are under-qualified and want just a remote job like a store worker, a security guard, delivery boy etc. to make a living. But I've never seen LinkedIn and other employment apps targeting these people, in spite of these people having the majority in the employment Industry. Why wouldn't you build a website to help them get a remote job and target this market. Why is no one doing this?
 
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easy850

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I've seen many people who are under-qualified and want just a remote job like a store worker, a security guard, delivery boy etc. to make a living. But I've never seen LinkedIn and other employment apps targeting these people, in spite of these people having the majority in the employment Industry. Why wouldn't you build a website to help them get a remote job and target this market. Why is no one doing this?
There are sites like Indeed and Monster that in my experience have more entry/low level jobs.
I don't understand how a store worker, security guard or delivery boy are remote however.
Could you elaborate?
 

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Don’t waste your time on an employment site. They already work great.

Instead, find a remote job you can outsource to a virtual assistant and rinse and repeat, collecting many jobs and scaling it up. You could make very good money if you do it right
 

easy850

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Don’t waste your time on an employment site. They already work great.

Instead, find a remote job you can outsource to a virtual assistant and rinse and repeat, collecting many jobs and scaling it up. You could make very good money if you do it right
Employment arbitrage
 
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_Aryan_

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I didn't quite get it. Can you explain it a bit.
Don’t waste your time on an employment site. They already work great.

Instead, find a remote job you can outsource to a virtual assistant and rinse and repeat, collecting many jobs and scaling it up. You could make very good money if you do it right
 

_Aryan_

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Jan 12, 2022
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There are sites like Indeed and Monster that in my experience have more entry/low level jobs.
I don't understand how a store worker, security guard or delivery boy are remote however.
Could you elaborate?
I don't know if indeed and monster can provide jobs as low as a guard or store boy.
 

_Aryan_

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So you mean I can find jobs for virtual assistants like data entry etc and split the money or earn a commission for providing him the job?
Don’t waste your time on an employment site. They already work great.

Instead, find a remote job you can outsource to a virtual assistant and rinse and repeat, collecting many jobs and scaling it up. You could make very good money if you do it right
 
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Johnny boy

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So you mean I can find jobs for virtual assistants like data entry etc and split the money or earn a commission for providing him the job?
I'm saying get a job in your name doing something virtual but subcontract-able like "I need someone to touch up photos full time" or yes possibly data entry. But not something where they could find out that it's not you doing the work. Something where it's delivered via email. Maybe like a graphic design gig.

They pay you as an american and you get paid like 30k a year from this, and you just email the work out to a virtual assistant you pay a fraction of that price, and you get 5 jobs like that.

You wake up, check your inbox for your work sent to you by 5 different companies, say "yes sir I'll get right on that" and you send it out to your 5 virtual assistants while you collect a 150k a year salary, pay 50k keep 100k and the only work you do is managing it. Then you write about how to do the same and turn it into a course that sells for 2 grand and you sell it like hotcakes.
 

_Aryan_

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Jan 12, 2022
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I'm saying get a job in your name doing something virtual but subcontract-able like "I need someone to touch up photos full time" or yes possibly data entry. But not something where they could find out that it's not you doing the work. Something where it's delivered via email. Maybe like a graphic design gig.

They pay you as an american and you get paid like 30k a year from this, and you just email the work out to a virtual assistant you pay a fraction of that price, and you get 5 jobs like that.

You wake up, check your inbox for your work sent to you by 5 different companies, say "yes sir I'll get right on that" and you send it out to your 5 virtual assistants while you collect a 150k a year salary, pay 50k keep 100k and the only work you do is managing it. Then you write about how to do the same and turn it into a course that sells for 2 grand and you sell it like hotcakes.
That is a great idea. I wonder if people are doing it. I'll get on it right away.
 

_Aryan_

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Jan 12, 2022
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I'm saying get a job in your name doing something virtual but subcontract-able like "I need someone to touch up photos full time" or yes possibly data entry. But not something where they could find out that it's not you doing the work. Something where it's delivered via email. Maybe like a graphic design gig.

They pay you as an american and you get paid like 30k a year from this, and you just email the work out to a virtual assistant you pay a fraction of that price, and you get 5 jobs like that.

You wake up, check your inbox for your work sent to you by 5 different companies, say "yes sir I'll get right on that" and you send it out to your 5 virtual assistants while you collect a 150k a year salary, pay 50k keep 100k and the only work you do is managing it. Then you write about how to do the same and turn it into a course that sells for 2 grand and you sell it like hotcakes.
The part where you said "But not something where they could find out that it's not you doing the work". Most of the companies want like a past experience, interview etc etc. to know about the virtual assistant, so it would be kind of hard to not let them know that I am not doing the job but outsourcing it to someone else.
 
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Johnny boy

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The part where you said "But not something where they could find out that it's not you doing the work". Most of the companies want like a past experience, interview etc etc. to know about the virtual assistant, so it would be kind of hard to not let them know that I am not doing the job but outsourcing it to someone else.
That makes no sense. They interview you, you say "yes I can do the work I am excellent at it". They hire you, send you the work, and you forward it to your virtual assistant, who does the work and sends it back to you. You take the work they sent back and you forward it to your company like "see, look I did it" and they pay you. And if they say "did someone else do this?" You say "no what are you talking about?"
 

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