With today's technology, it is super easy to be hired by companies abroad and then do the job from the comfort of your own home with your family. At OnlineJobs.ph we'll help you explore online job oppurtunities and earn a living.
All jobs will be salaried, full-time or part-time, work from home jobs. NONE of the jobs are commission based!
Before we get started, Please read the FAQ's below.
It really depends on what you and your employer have agreed upon. Normally you will get paid either every 2 weeks or once a month
Well...you probably won't, until you try it. We've helped thousands of Filipinos get jobs with Foreign companies, and helped them work from home.
NO, this is not a "business opportunity." This is not a "work from home" scam or a "typing for dollars" thing.
You will not be paid on commission.
You will not have to pay anything to get a job.
You will not be paid "based on performance" or anything like that.
This will be a real job where you will get paid a set amount of money each month, for doing full-time work on someone elses business.
YES! We have companies who want to hire people of all skill sets. We've done this thousands of times, and have rarely come across someone who we couldn't find a match for. As long as you're over 18, and legally allowed to work, it's not a problem. Age isn't even a factor.
YES! In fact, you'll be required to work online. You will not be leaving the Philippines to go work abroad. You will be working from your home (or possibly from an internet cafe) doing online tasks for foreign companies.
Most of the work will involve doing internet based tasks.
First of all, we've never experienced this. If you do good work, you WILL get paid.
Second, in the unlikely event that someone rips you off, and doesn't pay you, come tell us. We'll make sure they never hire someone again by removing their account, and if you can show us the work you've done, we will give you the money that the employer paid us for their subscription.
Third, if an employer contacts you, you can verify that they have a legitimate account, or if they have had complaints, by using the Verify Employer page.
It completely depends on your job and on your employer.
Common tasks include writing articles, blogs, forum posts, and other content. You might be updating websites or blogs. You might be doing some link building. Maybe programming (if that's a skill you have). You might be doing customer support through email or chat. Maybe you'll be designing web pages or building web sites. Doing research and gathering data is a common task.
The tasks vary widely. We promise you'll be matched up with a company looking for your skill set. You'll also likely be asked to learn new things and to grow!
ID Trust is about providing lots of information to help determine your identity. If you only provide a small amount of honest information, then you'll have a low ID trust score. Make sure that you have everything filled out.....facebook url, government id, picture, skill descriptions, etc. The more information that you provide, the easier it is for an employer to determine that you are who you say you are. Your ID trust score will be higher too.
No, they can only see that you have a legitimate facebook account connected to your profile
Yes, it has recently been added as a requirement in order to sign up for an OnlineJobs.ph account
No, but it will increase your chances of getting hired. The more tests you take, the easier it is for you to prove that you are highly skilled.
To get an employer or an online job, you need to sign up for an OnlineJobs.ph account. Please provide as much information that you can, the more information, the more chances you have of getting hired.
Once your profile is ready, you can apply for jobs , which is more preferable, or wait for employers to contact you.
We have real people who manually check the profiles, and we try very hard to ensure that all information posted on the site are true. However, there are instances where this is discovered late. Once you get caught, you may risk being banned from OnlineJobs.ph so make sure that all information in your profile is true.
This depends on you. You can wait for an employer to hire you, which could take longer. The fastest way to get hired is to apply for jobs that you are qualified for, and immediately reply when there are inquiries.
When a job gets deactivated, this means that it is already taken and a different applicant has been hired for the post.
No. You can just be a graduate of a technical course, or a high school graduate who has accumulated enough skills to work online.
Yes, but this is risky. We always advise applicants to have only one employer. If you are currently working in an office and would like to try an online job before quitting your current post, you can work part time, making sure you have enough hours. You should also inform your employer if they are agreeable to this set up.