KINGSTON, Jamaica – Written by Career Writer Glenford Smith, the article was titled “Making Internet Income in Jamaica” and appeared on the cover of the Careers section in the Sunday Gleaner, dated January 31, 2016.
Kingston, Jamaica – The article is titled “Making Internet Income in Jamaica” and appears on the front of the Career section in the Gleaner edition of Sunday, January 31st. Written by columnist, Glenford Smith, the article examines the operations of Internet Income Jamaica and how the company is changing the way how people make money.
Kingston, Jamaica – Internet Income’s “Next Level Bootcamp” was held November 27 – 29 at the Internet Income Jamaica training center at 31 Upper Waterloo Road in St. Andrew and was led by Head Trainer Kemar Harris.
Working online is now a serious consideration for millions of people compared to a decade or so ago. More and more people are joining the ‘gig economy’ and, in some cases, seeing better financial returns than if they were at a regular 9 – 5 job.
When working online in Jamaica you will need a payoneer card.
Click HERE to apply for the card.
The card is a MasterCard debit card so you can use it to withdraw money at ATM machines as well as use it to buy groceries, use it to buy things online, use it to purchase pizza .. etc.
The #1 reason people don’t get jobs when working online is that they have poor grammar and punctuation!
The free tool that I use, and you need to use as well, is called Grammarly. You can CLICK HERE to grab it for free.
Payoneer is a financial services company that provides online money transfer and digital payment services. Payoneer account holders can send and receive funds into their bank account. This is one method of payment you can use when working as a Freelancer.