With the way work is changing for many people and businesses recently, it is no wonder that prospective employers and employees are looking at virtual assistant roles to meet their needs. A virtual assistant works from home, providing support to companies or individuals with tasks such as data entry, scheduling, customer service, payroll, social media marketing, and more.
As a Virtual Assistant (VA) in Nigeria you can earn as low as N40,000 and as high as N150,000 or more monthly or as low as $5-$8 and as high as $30 hourly working for clients abroad.
If you are considering pursuing a job as a virtual assistant, you have to get skilled for the job especially if you want to work globally from you bedroom or wherever.
In the Virtual Assistant Bootcamp we just started today, we will be discussing the demand for the role and which industries and businesses are most likely to hire a VA, as well as the skills you’ll need to ensure you are the ideal candidate for hiring managers.
It’s a 7 weeks program of 3hours in one day each per week. Quite flexible and exciting.