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How to Find Better Paying Clients?

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#1 yvette


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Posted 28 December 2016 - 11:09 PM

Hi Everyone,
While I have experience in online article writing and had an amazing brief stint in editing for a children's science blog, I find myself back in school completing my A.A.S. in Accounting. However, I really like the idea of soliciting my services to better companies after realizing I could pitch to private transcription VA clients. 
Will large companies hire those with a non-related degree, particularly, an associates degree? Or do you need a minimum of a bachelor's degree in any related (or non-related) field to be a transcription VA for such as mid-sized to large entities such as news reuters or credit card companies?    

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#2 Tawnya Sutherland

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Posted 09 January 2017 - 05:21 PM

You do not need any degree to be a Virtual Assistant. As long as you can get the job completed and done well for the client (which is all they want) that suffices. I know tons of VAs that just have their highschool diploma and are making 6 figure incomes as Virtual Assistants.

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