12 Companies Hiring Work at Home Virtual Assistants: Earn Up To $25/hr

Virtual Assistant jobs are becoming very popular. Becoming a Virtual Assistant allows you to work from home without the hassle of commuting back and forth to work, saving you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars every year.

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What Is A Virtual Assistant?

A VA (Virtual Assistant), also known as a personal office assistant, or virtual personal assistant, is someone who provides a variety of administrative assistance to clients from home. This type of work is different from your usual call center job, where you provide customer care for a client's needs from home.

You will do any and everything from clerical and data entry to customer service, real estate, telemarketing, or anything that your client would like done!

Alternatively, you can search for more Virtual Assistant jobs online with FlexJobs. The company has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau,  along with a money-back policy if you are unhappy with the website. FlexJobs guarantees that every single job is 100% legitimate.

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Things You Need 

  • A computer with high-speed internet
  • Personal phone line
  • Google Suite: Gmail, Calendar, Chrome, Drive, Plus, Hangouts, Voice
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Suite: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook

Who Hires Work at Home Virtual Assistants?

1.Belay Solutions 

This company hires Part-Time and Full-Time Assistants. You will focus on assisting one or two business clients. You can set your hourly rate from $5-$20 per hour. Read the full review.

2. Smith A.I.

The company has openings for Virtual Receptionists. You must be available 4 hours a day, 5 days a week (the more the better). Benefits included.

3. Byron 

This company hires Assistants to work from home. Pay is $15 per hour. Get more details and apply online.

4. Time Etc. 

As a Virtual Assistant, you will complete various tasks for clients. Pay is around $11-$16 per hour.

5. Fancy Hands 

This company hires remote assistants to complete a variety of tasks. Most tasks pay anywhere between $2.50 to $7 per task and go up from there. Read Fancy Hands Review.

6. Assistant Match

Assistant Match matches qualified assistants with business clients. Pay is around $12 – $15 per hour with the potential to make up to $20-$25 per hour with graphic design experience.

7. Lifebushido

This company is well-known to hire Virtual Assistants to work from home. You can work as little as 5 hours per week. If they like your skills, you can work up to 20 hours per week. This company is open worldwide.

8. Equivity VA

This company hires Executive Administrative Assistants to work remotely from home. The pay depends on the client you work for. It ranges from $13-$19/hr.

9. Virtual Office VA

This company hires work from home assistants to seek out real estate leads. You will contact the leads asking for information about the property. Starting pay is $9 to $10 an hour depending on experience. Pay is weekly.

10. Virtual Gal Friday

You can apply as a work at home Virtual Assistant across several categories. Read Virtual Gal Review.

11. Boldly

At Boldly, work at home Virtual Assistants help busy business clients by booking appointments, scheduling meetings, and much more.

12. Okay Relax

This company hires work at home Virtual Assistants to complete various tasks for clients. The pay depends on your experience.

Other Places To Check for Virtual Assistant Jobs

I recommend checking out FlexJobs. This is a membership site with tons of hand-screened job leads from reputable companies. You can go here and see which openings FlexJobs has up now.

I suggest to check out these helpful resources for becoming a successful Virtual Assistant:

Smart Ways to Increase the Productivity of Your Virtual Assistants

How to Create Your Own Virtual Assistant Job from Home

Although these are the better paying jobs, they won’t do you any good if you don’t have the necessary skills to perform certain duties. It is recommended to keep your skills and experience in mind when choosing a Virtual Assistant job.

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    This Post Has 21 Comments

    1. Mohan

      Over 90% of the listed opportunities are for US residents. Non-US residents would expect to come across opportunities i.e., Anywhere / Worldwide basis.
      It would be great if you could let us know of companies that are willing to hire beyond the shores of US. Talent knows ‘no borders’ .

        1. Olayemi Caleb

          Is there any for Nigerians? And which will be better of?

    2. warnerjohn

      Working with a virtual assistant can completely change the way that you – and your business – operate. It can help you to save money, it can help you to save time – and best of all, it can help you to outsource specialized work to people who have a wealth of experience so that your business benefits.

    3. Gillian Joshua

      Hello I received a text message from Intuit stating they are looking for work from home employees is this a legit company?

      1. Lashay

        Hi Gillian,

        Check out their website directly and careers page. They are a legitimate company!

        Best wishes,

    4. bharti

      Please guide, which is open for indians?

    5. Monica


      Thanks for the info. I have been trying to find any info on them, people that have worked for them in the past…. as of now nobody has showed up.

      Is this a trusted company?


      1. Lashay H.

        Hi Monica, You’re welcome. Yes this is a trusted company. I have been unable to find a lot of employee reviews as well, but I can assure you that this a legitimate company. If you have any more questions, let me know! 🙂

    6. Adrian

      I have been freelancing for Time Etc for about a week now, was just freelancing as a virtual administrative assistant by myself before that. I would be happy to provide an employee review if need be!

      1. Lashay H.

        Hey Adrian! That would be awesome:-) Please share your experience for others that may be interested. Looking forward to hearing from you!

    7. Nikki Grosjean

      Hey, Shay! I love your post but I want to ask: Is there any company that hires virtual assistants worldwide? I see most of the companies only hire from the US, Canadá, and Europe. No idea why this might be but just wanted to ask you.

      1. Lashay H.

        Hi Nikki! You are so welcome :-). Yes, most Virtual Assistant jobs are for certain countries. It may be best to look on freelance sites like People Per Hour, Upwork, Guru, and Click N Work.

    8. Dave Freeman

      Hi, Lashay. This is day one (minute one) of a search for the possibilities for a VA position for my wife. Spanish speaking native, pretty good English. Interior designer, works for engineering firm working with Power Utilities, worked for years with Coca-Cola corp in Colombia. Needs to work from home. Where would be a good place to search for opportunities concentrating on the Spanish connection?

    9. Virtual Assistants

      Hi Lashay…I enjoyed looking through your site, and wanted to mention that our company, Elite Virtual Assistants also hires experienced VA’s that work remotely from their home office (no fees for them). Our website is http://www.elitevirtualassist.com if anyone would like to get in touch with us. Thanks for the article!

      Laura Licursi

      1. Lashay H.

        Hi Lisa! Nice to meet you! Thanks for stopping by and sharing another great resource for Virtual Assistants.

    10. Yani Lacaba

      Thank you for sharing these 12 legitimate companies, Lashay. I am a virtual assistant and currently employed as well through an agency. There’s one legit agency to hire VAs from who are both cheap and skilled and that’s EliteWork. You can probably check its website first and then include it in the future 🙂

      1. Lashay H.

        Hi Yani! I’ll check them out. Thanks for sharing!

    11. lucylive

      Here’s another site – http://teleassistants.com. The site claims to offer home agents, virtual assistants and work from home jobs. Looks like it is new, has anyone tried it?

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