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Becoming a virtual assistant, a new career for you?

Do you have work experience as an administrative assistant? Do you want to enjoy the benefits of work from your home? In that case, working as a virtual assistant may be the right choice for you.

As a VA, usually you will work as an independent contractor. With each new client, you will need to learn what they do and how they do it to help them be more productive.

What will I do as a virtual assistant?

Are you an experienced administrative assistant or secretary? In that case, being a VA is a different way of doing the work you already know and love. You won’t need to be present in your client’s office to work and help them to be more productive.

Among other possibilities, you will handle some of these tasks:

  • Email management

  • Calendar management

  • Bookkeeping

  • Data entry

  • Contact suppliers

  • Customer support

Keep in mind that what you will do may change with each client.

And how will I get new clients?

If you start a new career as a freelancer, it is hard to get new clients. Probably, your professional network is small and your contacts could not hire you. Or you might find it hard to create enough buzz to help you get new clients.

But there is an alternative: work with us. As an Eureka virtual assistant, you won’t have to worry about that. You can work while we will deal with getting new clients and getting paid. As a result, you can have peace of mind that you’ll receive the payment for your work no matter what.

Eureka is looking for talented people with experience in administrative support who live in Central America or the United States are bilingual English/Spanish or have a high command of American English

Are you interested? Send your resume to and begin a new career path!


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