How to Hire a Virtual Assistant for $2 an hour

Did you know you can hire a Virtual Assistant for as little as $2 an hour?

In fact, not only can you hire skilled Philippines virtual assistants but you can, in fact, find and hire skilled virtual staff specializing in SEO, digital marketing, programming, content, blogging, social media, graphic design and more.

Hiring a virtual assistant for an ongoing relationship is totally different to hiring freelancers. This video may well be a game changer in the way you look at the process of outsourcing.

How much does a virtual assistant cost? 

The average Philippines VA will cost between $300-$500 a month, some, of course, are slightly less, and some more. Factors like skill level and experience play a big part in it.

Is It Ethical To Pay Somebody $2/Hour?

Yes, it is. And not because I'm some kind of Victorian-era slave pusher. The reason it's ethical is because of the following:

  • The average store clerk in the Philippines is paid around 8,000 peso per month ($160-$170).
  • The minimum wage ranges from $7-$12 per day depending on the city.
  • McDonald's and other gigantic businesses pay staff $0.80-$1 per hour
  • The starting salary of an accountant (CPA) is around $500-$600/month
  • The worker you hire for $2/hour is paid to entry level/basic task VA's. Obviously, skilled workers in SEO etc require significantly higher pay. ($500-$1,000/month) is average for an SEO/PPC specialist.

Where to find a virtual assistant? Check out www.virtualstaff.ph

You can post a job for free, see how many applicants apply, then upgrade to the business membership with a risk-free guarantee. Once upgraded you are able to contact as many virtual assistants as you want, in addition to posting multiple jobs.

Why customers use www.virtualstaff.ph? They offer a 100% money back guarantee which means it's risk-free for you as a business owner.

The link below will direct you to a database of thousands of virtual assistants all skilled in a variety of areas.


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By: Michael Brodie

The guy who's helped more businesses outsource to virtual assistants than anybody else on this planet.