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Greetings.  Im 26.
i would like to start from my education. I'm the teacher of english, atleast i was, for 3 years, but the salary was too low. After that i was
the Deputy Director in technical College. I was responsible for the health and life of students and workers, but even with this responsibility, my salary was low. I would be glad to find a job for 1000 $  per month or higher, and will do any job. If i can do something i can learn it.
 
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There are many jobs in the world. I assume you are here because you are looking for a technical job.

Remember that jobs that pay more tend to require more skills or time spent training. For example, working at a help desk is going to pay less than building a website.
 
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I'm bot shure actualy about type of job, but i just wondering if there any place i can work for alteast 50$ per day from home?
 
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That would depend on where you live, no? In the United States, $50 a day is below minimum wage.
 
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you are definitely right. And im looking for online job i can handle with.
 
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I'm from Russia btw.
 
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I recommend looking at dice.com to see what jobs are available to you. Or search this form for freelance jobs.

All of these will require skills you don't have. But that will give you ideas about the types of things you could learn if you want a technical job.
 
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Thank you for trying to help me.
 
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Now 2019 in more than job portal site available, we can’t able to say only one job portal website is best. No.of job portals are giving best results for job seekers in different industries.

You must have to find that all the available entry-level job opportunities at one of the best and reputed job search site to grab that opportunity. I Recommend you to:

ITJobsList.com, careerbuilder.com, ziprecruiter.com.
 
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