which one is better working online or regular job?

by tavete06 55 replies
I haven't work from home or online but I'm trying my best to believe and follow step by step to make it happen wish me luck..!!
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  • Profile picture of the author msocialh
    Hi,
    Well first of all I would like to wish you the best luck with your journey. To Answer your question working online is more comforting than regular jobs but it's still a job, you should note that it requires dedication, skills, time and effort. It's just a job that you have a control on it's timing and what has to be done.
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  • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
    Working online for yourself requires a skillset that is different from what is required to work a job. Remember when you work for yourself, you are running a business, not working a job.

    If you are comfortable running the entire show by yourself, working from home may be for you. If you are not self-motivated, forget working online from home.
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    • Profile picture of the author David Black 68
      "Which one is better - working online or offline?"

      Depends what you're doing!

      I have loads of online sites and two offline businesses. They all have their own problems and advantages - and I'm not sure there are many 'offline' businesses that don't need a presence on the web.

      The main advantages of online are; work from the comfort of your own home or where ever you please, work at your own pace, high rewards for hard work -
      What you don't get are staff problems, trucks breaking down, fuel bills, health and safety issues, employment tribunals, stupid rules, etc, etc,...
      If I began again I'd just work online delivering digital products to avoid all the aggravation.
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    Good Luck Be sure to invest in yourself, to connect with people, to never stop learning and to have fun.
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    • Profile picture of the author taffie
      Wow, interesting question, and very clear and well put answers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Taviuss
    In my own opinion - it comes down to what you are comfortable with.

    If you are willing to put in your own time, and keep to it persistently, you CAN do VERY well with home/internet opportunities.

    If you are having a hard time holding yourself to a schedule, or you give up easily, then you may want to stick with a regular job.

    Not everyone is cut out for being an entrepreneur!

    I would say that these are the most important factors to consider:

    1. Are you happy with what you are earning from your job? (I would guess, since you posted the question, that you aren't)
    2. Do you enjoy what you are doing?
    3. Are you ready to persist, even if you get knocked down?
    4. Do you know what your goals are?
    5. Do you have an opportunity that is going to work, if you are doing your own thing?

    Find an opportunity that has been shown to have results, let people know about it, and keep studying to improve yourself.

    Hope that helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author elisaP
    Over years I have bounced, from corporate to self employed (on and offline). For myself it depends on my current circumstances, what is peaking my interest and where I feel I can contribute the most.

    But with my own online business, I have more than a few weeks a year that I can travel In the corporate world having only 3 or 4 weeks a year to travel, for the next 20 plus years is not appealing.

    My advice, a schedule and do what you like least first thing during the day and get it out of the way.

    Good Luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Agryd
    It solely depends on you. If you have a good designation and high remuneration job prefer it else there are lot of online opportunities to explore. You can register on Freelancer, Elance, Odesk for online job work. You can earn a lot while working from home. Decide yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Slab
    Online can be fickle.
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  • Profile picture of the author brutecky
    Working online is self employment, nothing more. The question really should be 'which is better working for someone else, or working for yourself' .. thats the real question.
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    The one which makes you more money with less trouble
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    • Profile picture of the author tarungupta
      Originally Posted by freellyclassified View Post

      If you getting a good salary and comfort then it will be Regular job if not then Online job but it requires skill , dedication , hard work , patience and investment and risk
      Completely agree with your point, if you have regular job then your are confirmed that you are getting monthly salary, but in online work, you are always in risk that you will get money or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author JRJWrites
    Neither is "better".

    Weigh the advantages and disadvantages of each.

    Do what YOU want to do.
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  • Profile picture of the author iluvatoq
    it's not because 1 project is succesfull that it always be like this . What i am doing is i have 1 great succes now . That succes i will use to build other projects if i get more then 1 project ( like 3-4-5 ) and they keep rolling good then i would quit my job and work from home .
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  • Profile picture of the author dsouravs
    wow I really like the answers but in my case its a bit different...

    I am working from home for the last 2 yrs. but people cont. ask me why do you don't come out of your house....... what you do whole day inside?

    haha.. ouch...
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  • Profile picture of the author Roy Jones
    I think both are good and I am doing both job with online working because my both job are online. Its al up to you what kind of lifestyle you want.
    Both types have their own advantages and problem, think over it what best suit to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author spwerewolf
    What ever you do, Online Job or a Regular Offline Job, requires DEDICATION. You need to concentrate on anything you do, work hard, be patient and most importantly be confident on whatever you are doing. The positive results are bound to follow.

    REMEMBER : THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO WILL ALWAYS SAY NEGATIVE THINGS ABOUT ONLINE INCOME IN REAL LIFE. IGNORE THEM AND STAY FOCUSED. SUCCESS IS BOUND TO COME.

    Wish you all the very best.
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  • Profile picture of the author The SEO
    If you are not online from work and home then how you will generate bucks online?
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  • Profile picture of the author avajo71
    Regular job is better. We need to communicate to others in the real life. Not just from behind of the computer screen. If you like online job, then make it your secondary income stream, even it will earn you much more than your regular job. We need to be something in our real life.
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  • Profile picture of the author Eric Wilson
    I think regular job is good, because regular job is permanent and online work is not long lasting, i will prefer regular job.
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  • Profile picture of the author brutecky
    Working online is better for me. For me its not about the money (I could make the same cash working as a developer for a firm) its about the freedom. Work when you want, where you want. You'll never get that with a 'job'.

    Originally Posted by Eric Wilson View Post

    I think regular job is good, because regular job is permanent and online work is not long lasting, i will prefer regular job.
    A regular job is permanent eh? Tell that the the millions of unemployed / laid off people right now. Working online is MUCH more stable as YOU are in control, not some company who cares nothing for you. (been working online for just over 5 years and havent missed a supper yet)
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  • Profile picture of the author jasondinner
    Don't quit your day job (if you have one) while building your online business, especially since you're just getting started.

    And if you don't have a job, GET ONE so you have steady money to live on while you grow your online income stream.

    Then when you're making as much as you make at your job from your online business for 3-6 months, then you'll be in a position to make some decisions.

    If you like your job, keep both.

    If you hate your job, be sure your business can sustain and grow, then tell your boss to stick it where the sun don't shine
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    • Profile picture of the author brutecky
      Originally Posted by jasondinner View Post

      Don't quit your day job (if you have one) while building your online business, especially since you're just getting started.

      And if you don't have a job, GET ONE so you have steady money to live on while you grow your online income stream.

      Then when you're making as much as you make at your job from your online business for 3-6 months, then you'll be in a position to make some decisions.

      If you like your job, keep both.

      If you hate your job, be sure your business can sustain and grow, then tell your boss to stick it where the sun don't shine
      This is great advice, one I can confirm from experience. Though I have been working online for 5 years, it actually took me 2 years of working a 'job' and doing online work at night as a second job until I could be full time online.
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  • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
    Jason has it right. Don't let yourself fall for the "online riches" pipe dream. Most people FAIL online. Don't rely on it until AFTER you have successfully built it into a steady business.
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  • Profile picture of the author Magicalidea
    Working online will may not as easy and simple as you think but when you understand and learn clearly about it, you will find out many simple things.
    Good luck to long journey !
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  • Profile picture of the author Ian Ralphs
    answer = it depends

    I've worked in 'permanent jobs' (and been made redundant), in contract roles that supposedly offer less security (but where I've had roles extended for over 3 years) and also running my own online business.

    Contracting definitely pays well (providing you are in a contract), but you can easily be working all year and find it hard to take time off as you are 'losing money'......

    Online work gives you the opportunity to have more control over family life, working hours and the chance to earn significantly more than a permanent employee.

    But make no mistake - WFH is not an instant push button to success or a millionaire lifestyle overnight, and its not something that you can necessarily run in a few hours per week - it takes time and discipline, but is also a lot of fun and rewarding - not just financially.....

    you really just need to be clear what your motivating factors are, and is it a good fit for your personality type!!
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  • Profile picture of the author inspire2prosper
    Good luck. its all about having the right platform to enable you to succeed
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  • Profile picture of the author azzedinejamal
    I'll go with that job who'll make me rich i mean if I'll get more paid buy regular then why I'll choose online job but if I'll get more money by online job then its ok for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author jerytohn
    I think the idea of working online is that it is a business. If you have a job, you are working for a business. But for online, you own the business.
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  • Profile picture of the author Disruption
    Personally I'd go online over real life as online is so much more comfortable.
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  • Profile picture of the author Samuel Adams
    Working online from home might seem like the ideal 'job' but there are so many obstacles. For one thing, you will need private work space without interruptions and often will work many more hours daily (sunup to sundown) than a regular office worker would to earn the same money a 'real world' job earns. That's assuming you are lucky enough to find the gold niche you need to make a living with your online efforts.
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  • Profile picture of the author jaheen100
    Well Online jobs..! because Most online jobs do require that you need to be 18 years old because you are an independent contractor.
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  • Profile picture of the author shrikantsoftwin
    Both work are good at their place. However, working online is more important now days as all things are going online. There are more opportunities for online jobs and has more flexibility and comfortableness.
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  • Profile picture of the author shimul0011
    In regular job, life is way more monotonous, in most cases, you will have to keep doing the same task everyday. This is secured but boring, medium start(salary) less risk less gain.
    On the other hand, in online business, you will have to look for new policies everyday, which is challenging and interesting, small start(earning) more dynamic but finally better gain.
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  • Profile picture of the author mianfarhanraza
    Well, It depends on what you are good and what is your passion.

    If you love innovations, Testing out new things, Don't get frustrated too early, Have money and/or time and not expecting much early. Then you should defiantly consider working from home more seriously.

    In regular jobs, On average most have to stick with one and the rises comes quit slowly where as in online jobs, They are mostly short term but is much more easy to polish your skills which ultimately help you increase your hourly rate much quickly.
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  • Profile picture of the author abhishek706
    it depends on your working efficiency if u working hard both are good for me online work at my website Online Whatapp Hacking

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  • Profile picture of the author dsuitor
    I love working from home, I started about 4 years ago now if a full time internet marketing consultant I make over 200 000 a year. So I would say the work at home industry is the best that that has ever happened to me
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  • Profile picture of the author manters2000
    Follow what your heart wants, dear!
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  • Profile picture of the author unap143
    I have experienced working online and on a regular office job. I prefer the regular office job because I met new officemates and we had great time doing office work. With doing online job, it is very comfortable because you don't need to wear uniform, you are the one to manage your time. I am just sharing my experience. It is up to you if you are comfortable with doing online job or doing regular work.
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  • Profile picture of the author bigredmachine
    Hi There,
    According to me both have there pros and cons. I personally feel regular jobs are better as going to office , building interaction with your team mates and also becoming professionally trained. These are the reasons which always make me feel that regular office is a better option.
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    • Profile picture of the author Shadowflux
      Working for myself has two major benefits to me, benefits which no job will ever offer.

      Security

      To put it simply, I can't be fired. No matter what I do, I will never lose this "job". I make my own money, I call all the shots. There is no one above me. If one source of income dries up, I just find a new one and rely on multiple other sources until I find a replacement.

      When you work a regular job, you can be fired at any time. You could work for a company for 15 years, be the best at what you do, never miss a day and never screw up. Then, one day, you show up to work and it's all over.

      Time

      Jobs take up way too much of your time. Sure, you get a steady paycheck, you know how much you'll get and when. Some weeks I make more than others. There have been weeks where I don't make anything but you know what? It doesn't eat up 160 hours of my life every month.

      I can do whatever I want, whenever I want, so long as I get my work done. Don't get me wrong, there is plenty of work to do and it can often take time. When you work for yourself, however, you decide when you work and what you do.

      The time we have on this planet is precious and all too fleeting. I'd rather make less money and avoid spending a vast majority of my life in a cubicle than make 7 figures and work 60 hours a week for someone else.

      So it all depends. If you ask me, it's much better to work for yourself, whether that's online or off.
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      • Profile picture of the author LesGoodrich
        Originally Posted by Shadowflux View Post

        Working for myself has two major benefits to me, benefits which no job will ever offer.

        Security

        To put it simply, I can't be fired. No matter what I do, I will never lose this "job". I make my own money, I call all the shots. There is no one above me. If one source of income dries up, I just find a new one and rely on multiple other sources until I find a replacement.

        When you work a regular job, you can be fired at any time. You could work for a company for 15 years, be the best at what you do, never miss a day and never screw up. Then, one day, you show up to work and it's all over.

        Time

        Jobs take up way too much of your time. Sure, you get a steady paycheck, you know how much you'll get and when. Some weeks I make more than others. There have been weeks where I don't make anything but you know what? It doesn't eat up 160 hours of my life every month.

        I can do whatever I want, whenever I want, so long as I get my work done. Don't get me wrong, there is plenty of work to do and it can often take time. When you work for yourself, however, you decide when you work and what you do.

        The time we have on this planet is precious and all too fleeting. I'd rather make less money and avoid spending a vast majority of my life in a cubicle than make 7 figures and work 60 hours a week for someone else.

        So it all depends. If you ask me, it's much better to work for yourself, whether that's online or off.

        So well said. I remember having this revaluation once as I drove to my corporate management job: I am trading 5 days of working for 2 days to myself. It doesn't take a math whizz to realize the insanity of that. Not to mention the fact that on my "days off" I would live in constant apprehension that at any second my phone would ring and I would have to go in or do something for work, and half the time i ended up working at least one of those days off.

        I can't speak for every "job", but in my corporate management experience you are stuck at a physical location for a minimum of 8 hours 5 days a week. Your accomplishments are only replaced with higher targets and your resources are continually stripped away. Someone else decides if you are successful or not.

        Being self employed is work....a lot of work. But I have 100% of my time to do it. I think Jack Canfield said that being a "wage slave" is an outdated paradigm. If you have a job you love, then you can be fulfilled at a normal job. If not, you are trading way too much time and energy for a measly few thousand dollars a month. To me, being financially, professionally and logistically independent and free is worth more than all of the money in the world. I earn an abundant living being who I am and doing what I love. I decide if I am successful or not in my endeavors. I work from wherever I choose to each day. For me it's a no-brainer.
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  • I agree with a lot of the post out there in that not everyone
    is cut out to be an entrepreneur! I see people fail all the
    time in the online business and blame the system or their
    team or whatever, but truth is, it is your business and not
    theirs!

    If people are using the same system and making money then
    it can't be the system. I think there does need to be better
    leaders out there but when it come down to it online marketing
    is a real business and takes hard work to succeed.

    That being said, lol, I defiantly like the residual income and
    unlimited earning possibilities that are offered by an online marketing
    company.

    I also think that an employee mindset doesn't work online and that
    you have to be willing to grow as a person to succeed in this business.
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  • Profile picture of the author MoRaitman
    Different strokes for different folks. Only you can decide if you are self-motivated, entrepreneurial, sales orientated or do you need a JOB environment structure. More security yet limited upside in terms of income. Know your strengths and abilities and apply them accordingly. Otherwise you'll be like a fish out of water.
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  • Profile picture of the author sourabhkumar
    I think both are good, my point is whether you work from home or do a regular job just be the master of your field.
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  • Profile picture of the author PNVMike
    HI

    Depends on what you make on your regular job and what you can achieve online.Eighter way i wish you good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author eldib3
    working online if you can consume all the info.
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  • Profile picture of the author christophercuna
    It really depends on what sort of job you have.

    Some say that you're more secure with an online job. But who knows what can happen in the future? Regular Jobs offer you certain benefits that you have to manage yourself if you work online.
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  • Profile picture of the author dndoseller
    Working at home online is way, way, way better.

    For me the key is this:

    Keep a work log of your hours with the task next to each hours.

    Make sure you work at least 40 hours a week of solid work, not just hanging out on Facebook or doing things around the house.

    This helps you know how long everything you do takes. It is really important so you can look back at the different tasks in your business.
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  • Profile picture of the author fross37
    Well working from home is still a job and it takes dedication and consistency. Not only is it possible but it's profitable. And it give you the flexibility to set your own hours

    And can be a lucrative way to earn money working from home and becoming your own boss with no one looking over your shoulder. your work ethic determine your success. I hope you found value in this post.
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  • Profile picture of the author foxcarloans
    Working online make more profits. But which is better depends your character.
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  • Profile picture of the author henrycalvin
    No. Working at home is kind of a drag. Because think about it, if you work at home, then that means you are not getting out of the house. and if you don't get out of the house, you are not getting enough exercise. Going in to the office and staying in a professional environment is healthier for your body and you mind as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author tudow
    I would say online is way better as you can make your own budget and work on your own time.
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  • Profile picture of the author danielml
    Good Luck! I've been working online for 5 years now. Couldn't imagine going back to a regular job. Although it kinda all depends on what your personality is like. I have a hard time working with schedules, bosses and those kinds of things. I prefer having clients and setting my own schedule. Although working online also has it's downsides, it's not all just sunshine and rainbows. Some people can't be without job security, which is not something very common when you work online. Unless you really hit it bigtime fast and don't have to worry about that.

    My recommendation would be, don't quit your day job just yet. Start working on your online income in your free time, and make the leap once you feel confident about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author carlamae
    I always vote for working online, however, you have to be committed to setting hours and not get caught in the "working ALL day" hamster wheel!
    I've got set hours and things go much smoother that way for me, but I'm also a stay at home mom so my window of free time can be very slim! Having said that, remember...automation, automation and one more thing...automation! lol
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