How You Can Use FlexJobs to Find Entry-Level Work at Home

Are you looking for entry-level work at home jobs? You are not alone. In fact, that's one of the most common questions I get from people looking to find home-based work. It's right up there with questions about non-phone jobs and flexible jobs.

Today, I'm going to walk you through the process of finding entry-level work at home job listings on a site called FlexJobs.

They make it really easy to find these kinds of jobs! I know there are a lot of you who already have FlexJobs memberships, so this post may also help you if you weren't sure how to sort for the entry-level jobs.

If you're not familiar with the company, FlexJobs is actually one of the best resources I've come across to find guaranteed legitimate work at home. I link to them frequently on this site because of all the job search sites I'm familiar with, I trust their leads the most since everything is thoroughly vetted and hand-screened before being posted.

While there is a fee of $15 per month for a membership, I personally feel it's worth it considering the quantity and quality of leads posted, plus the peace of mind knowing that you won't get taken in by a scam.

How To Find the Entry-Level Jobs on FlexJobs (Mobile)

If you are browsing FlexJobs on your mobile phone as a logged in user, here's how you would narrow it down to just entry-level work.

1 – Once logged in to FlexJobs, click the blue magnifying glass at the top of your screen.

2 – A field with “Search for Jobs” will come up. Click on “Advanced Search” just underneath that.

3 – Scroll down to the field for “Career Level” and select “Entry Level.”

4 – Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and click the blue “Search for Jobs” button.

How to Find the Entry-Level Jobs On FlexJobs (Desktop)

If you are browsing FlexJobs on a desktop or laptop computer as a logged in user, here is exactly what you would do to narrow the job listings down to just entry-level work at home:

1 – Go to the upper right of the screen on their homepage once you are logged in and click “Advanced Search.”

2 – Under “Advanced Search Options” you will see a field for “Career Level.” Click that and select the option for “Entry-Level”

3 – Scroll to the bottom of the screen and click the blue “Search for Jobs” button. It should take you straight to a list of entry-level work at home jobs that are open now!

As you probably saw, you can also narrow things down even further with any of the other options under Advanced Search. So make it as specific as you need to.

How to Get a FlexJobs Membership If You Don't Have One

If you don't already have an account with FlexJobs, you can go here to get one. Be sure to use promo code AFFILPROMO to get up to 30 percent off your membership.

In my opinion, this is pretty much the easiest way to find entry-level work at home job postings every day without having to sort through a bunch of positions on other job sites that you may or may not be qualified for.

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9 thoughts on “How You Can Use FlexJobs to Find Entry-Level Work at Home”

  1. Thanks Anna for the tips. I guess the greatest challenge for people looking for jobs (especially the first job) is paying ‘someone’ to link them to a potential employer. However, I believe times have really changed and we should be prepared to ‘pay to get paid’.

    • Hi Joice. I think the reason FlexJobs charges is because they do all the research for you. To me and people like me, it might prove to be worth the 15 bucks. I haven’t started yet though.

  2. Thanks for sharing this Anna. I remember looking for work-from-home jobs on Flex Jobs…they’ve always had a great list of jobs to review.

    Passing this along. Have a great week!


  3. I joined for a month. They even gave me a discounted price to try it. I followed your instructions about the entry level search. This is *so* helpful. Digging through jobs I’m not qualified for (and there are many sadly) is time consuming. So this is a time saver.

    • Glad it helped! I do appreciate their customization options, it makes it so much easier to find things, especially considering the large number of positions they post each day.

    • Yes. You can see a preview of some of the currently posted ones here, although it won’t show you the names of the companies without a membership:

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