If you want to work at home to make extra money but don’t know where to start, you’re in the right place. We have nine easy at-home jobs that don’t require much experience.

Maybe you’ve heard of interesting work-from-home opportunities like being a blogger, virtual bookkeeper, or proofreader. Although these are valid work options, they require more time and advanced skills.

Some of the best work from home jobs are easy and don’t require a lot of experience. All you need to get started is a solid internet connection and basic computer and typing skills.

If you’re a stay-at-home mom and ready to work from home, but want to avoid the pressure and stress that comes with multiple jobs, explore nine ideas here.

1. Short task reward site

Did you know that you can earn money by completing small tasks that you probably already do regularly? Short task sites pay users for tasks such as watching videos, playing games, reading emails, taking surveys and searching online.

Short task sites don’t pay a lot, but it’s very easy to sign up and make quick money. Swagbucks is a small task site that offers a variety of ways to earn points that can be redeemed for gift cards or cash through PayPal.

InboxDollars is another option to consider as you can get paid to try out different offers, watch videos and read emails. Spend a few minutes each day completing tasks on each of these sites, and your earnings will begin to accumulate.

2. Website Testing

The website is easy to test and pays competitively for your time. To test websites, you don’t need certification or experience. You just need to be internet-savvy, have good communication skills and give constructive feedback.

Website testers often look at how websites and even mobile apps work and provide ideas on how to improve the user experience. You may need to use a webcam to record your website review and show how you navigate the site.

Website testing sites typically pay around $10 per test, and an average assignment takes 5 to 15 minutes to complete. Most website testing sites will issue your payment within a week of successfully completed assignments.

To start website testing, visit sites like these:

3. Online survey

Online surveys are another easy way to earn money by sharing your opinion. You can take the survey on your computer or your phone through a mobile app. Just sign up to a survey site for free and complete your profile by sharing some basic information about you and your family

Survey companies use this information to connect you with relevant survey opportunities Surveys usually don’t pay much, but you can complete most in less than 5-10 minutes and get paid with a gift card or PayPal transfer.

Here are some of the best survey sites to get you started:

4. Focus groups

Focus groups are similar to surveys in that you can get paid for your experience. However, focus groups require a more in-depth interview and tend to cost more. Market research firms hire consumers for focus groups to gather their opinions about specific products or services or to test new products.

Typically, you will meet with a researcher in person and answer a variety of questions about your experiences, either one-on-one or in a group interview setting. Even if you are in a group, researchers expect you to share your thoughts and participate actively. Some focus group opportunities are available online as virtual interviews.

Focus groups pay anywhere from $50 to $150 per hour of your time.

These legitimate focus group websites will help you find a variety of paid opportunities:

5. Virtual tutors

Online tutoring is a popular work-from-home job as many students (of all ages) may need to use a tutor from time to time. Virtual tutoring allows you to earn money from home; All you need is expertise in the subject you are helping.

Some tutoring jobs require you to have teaching experience, but others do not. For example, maybe you’re a good writer and choose to help students learn how to structure and format their essays or write college admissions letters.

Or, if you’re really good at math and score well on big tests, you can tutor students in the subject.

Tutoring allows you to set your own schedule and in some cases your own rate.

To start working as a virtual tutor, consider these sites:

6. General Transcription

Transcriptionists are hired to convert video and audio files into text. All you need is a computer and good typing skills to start doing basic transcription work. Transcriptionists must type quickly but accurately. Some use additional equipment such as a foot pedal to more conveniently stop and play content.

Rev is one of the best companies to start with for work-from-home transcription jobs. They pay $0.30 to $1.10 per audio minute that you transcribe. You will work as an independent contractor and Rev provides easy and short tasks to help you build your skills.

Other remote replication opportunities include:

7. Data Entry

Data entry involves taking information and entering it into a computer database. You don’t need a bachelor’s degree or years of experience to start a data entry job. Basic computer and typing skills are often required, though.

You should know how to use programs such as Microsoft Office and spreadsheets and be willing to learn how to add data to various software programs.

Work from home boards like FlexJobs are a great place to start looking for data entry jobs. Some other options include:

8. Customer Service Representative

If you like helping others solve problems and don’t mind being on the phone, a work-from-home customer service job may be a good fit. Customer service representatives often take inbound calls from customers or prospects and help answer questions, access account data, and resolve problems or issues.

Sometimes, customer service representatives are asked to upsell or promote certain products or services that the company offers. Companies offer training, and you may have the option of working early mornings, evenings or some weekends depending on the hours they require.

Several companies offer in-house customer service opportunities, but here are some great options to get you started:

Love social media? There are plenty of work from home jobs for you to consider in this area. Companies, brands, and small businesses that have Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest accounts often need help managing them. Social media managers are responsible for creating and publishing posts, running advertising campaigns, managing comments and groups, and sometimes even creating graphics.

This could be a flexible part-time or full-time job for the right person. If you have marketing experience or writing skills, this is a plus but not always required. You can start learning how to master social media by growing your own social pages, especially if you have your own blog. Or volunteer to work with a local business to help establish their social media presence. Then, use this experience as a case study.

The easiest way to find social media jobs is to advertise your services on Fiverr or Upwork. Or you can apply for a freelance social media gig $99 social