In my more than three years of working as a Virtual Assistant, I now find it easy to search for clients and eventually get hired. When I was starting as a VA, I must admit I struggled in getting clients. That’s normal though. I have learned along the way. I did some more readings from other blogs related to Virtual Assistant jobs and found some helpful tips on how I can find clients looking to hire virtual assistants. Now, I have several places or sites where I meet prospective clients seeking for virtual administrative assistance. Here are my top 5:

A Bachelor of Science in Information Technology or BSIT is a bachelor’s degree offered to students who want to pursue an undergraduate course in information technology. Students, who want to pursue a career in information technology, can opt for this course. Depending upon the country, from where the course is being done, BSIT courses have varying time to get completed. The degree basically focuses on subjects like databases, software and networking in general. This degree primarily stresses on specific technologies, unlike mathematical and theoretical foundations focused in a computer science degree. This degree is awarded when one completes his studies

A career in chartered accountancy is for the people who have a penchant for numbers and accounts. The demand of CA’s has been growing in between 10 percent to 15 percent over the last three years and the trend is expected to continue in the coming years. Chartered accountancy is one of the highest paying careers in the country. It is not only remunerative but is considered to be one of the most respected professions in India. As per the news published in one of the leading newspapers, in ICAI campus placements 952 Chartered accountants were placed with an average