We are excited to share our brand-new Weekly Tea with Mel from Argentina. In this segment, we invite Job Duck virtual assistants from all over the world to tell us what it’s like to work from home with Job Duck.
In this episode, we meet Mel, who works remotely from Argentina. Mel was looking for a job online where she could be able to work from home. She first found out about Job Duck through a job offer on LinkedIn.
Mel decided to apply for the virtual administrative assistant position. This position suited her professional experience better than the rest of the job offers that were available at the time she started her application process.
The tasks she performs on a daily basis as a virtual administrative assistant for a U.S.-based company include editing documents, organizing files and sending & receiving emails.
“It is work that I enjoy doing!” – Mel from Argentina
In the interview, Mel shared some valuable tips that will be particularly useful for those seeking to become virtual administrative assistants.
“Above all, you should be organized. It is also important to set a priority schedule, to know what things to solve first.” – Mel from Argentina
Mel described her work experience to be really positive. She takes advantage of her two 15-minute breaks, and her one-hour lunch break to resolve to-dos at home, and also spend extra time with her loved ones. Mel believes that she has been able to reach a work-life balance since she first started working as a virtual assistant with Job Duck.
“I can take care of the things in my house, I can share with the people that I live with. I believe it’s much better to work from home. You can be around a lot more.” – Mel from Argentina
Watch the full episode below! And also, if you have good English skills (both written and spoken), like Mel, own a computer, a headset, a permanent workspace at home, and are looking for a job as a virtual assistant, CLICK HERE to apply now. Also, subscribe to our Weekly Job Flash Newsletter, where you can find out what jobs are available!