We are excited to share our brand-new Weekly Tea with Julieta from Mexico. In this segment, we invite Job Duck virtual assistants to tell us what it’s like to work from home with Job Duck.
In this episode, we meet Julieta, who works remotely from Mexico. During the pandemic, Julieta discovered Job Duck while searching for remote job opportunities due to quarantine regulations. Although she couldn’t apply at that moment due to returning to school, Julieta kept Job Duck in mind as a promising option. A few years later, a video on Job Duck’s social media showcasing a lively work environment became Julieta’s sign to apply.
As for the application process, Julieta describes the process as both thorough and clear, acknowledging its slight lengthiness as justified by the rewarding outcome. She found the experience enjoyable, relaxed, and refreshingly different from other hiring processes because of her guide’s support.
Working as a Virtual Assistant
After successfully completing the application process, Julieta became a virtual legal assistant in a real estate firm in the U.S. She was kind enough to share a glimpse of her daily tasks. Her main focus lies in client communication, ensuring accessibility for inquiries and concerns. Julieta is in charge of handling administrative tasks such as form preparation, correspondence organization, and client file management.
As for her experience with her boss and coworkers, Julieta feels fortunate to work with a client who has a deep passion for the business, creating a work environment that is fun, relaxed, and contagiously enjoyable.
“I am so lucky to have ended up working with the client that I have.” – Julieta from Mexico.
Right before the interview ended, Julieta recommended everyone to apply to Job Duck. Julieta wholeheartedly encourages prospective candidates, emphasizing that the process, though requiring patience, is unquestionably worth the wait.
“It is such a great opportunity, and the people here are amazing. Everyone that I have worked here from the job, that my clients, they are all so amazing.” – Julieta from Mexico
Watch the full episode below! If, like Julieta, you have good English skills (both written and spoken), a computer, a headset, a permanent workspace at home, and are looking for a career as a virtual assistant, CLICK HERE to apply now. Also, subscribe to our Weekly Job Flash Newsletter, where you can find out what career opportunities are available!