About.com's Consulting Blog
has plenty of
information on how to score consulting jobs and find your niche in the consulting market.If your skill is with computers, you may want to consider working as a web designer.
4.) If your skill is in working with people, you may want to consider becoming a virtual customer service agent.
Women for Hire offers some great pointers for getting a virtual customer service job with companies like J Crew, 1-800 Flowers, and others, as well as a guide to acing your interview. Along with great customer-service skills and a nice voice, you'll need to have a computer, a land line, high-speed Internet, and a quiet place to work in your home.
5.) If your skill is teaching, you may want to consider becoming a tutor.
6.) If your skill is in art and design, you may want to consider becoming a freelance designer or a graphic artist.
offers everything a freelance designer could need, from contract basics to building your creative skills to finding a paying job. All About Freelance
has tips, resources, and articles for freelance graphic designers. Into illustration and cartooning? Drawn!
is a great place to learn about those worlds.
7.) If your skill is organizing and record keeping, you may want to consider becoming a virtual assistant.
8.) If your skill is with computers, you may want to become a web designer.
A List Apart
bills itself as being "for people who make websites," and they're not kidding. They have a little bit of everything a new web designer could possibly need -- information about code, content, culture, and more. The GigaOm job board
has listings aplenty, and is a great place to find out what kind of jobs are in demand right now.