You can find spreadsheet entry jobs by looking on the Internet, or by registering with recruitment and staffing agencies. This requires you to create a compelling profile, and they may require you to prove your skills and typing speed. The other place you can find work is in freelancing websites, where you register and look for employers interested in your skills. Looking for jobs in freelancing websites can be very challenging because the job requires fewer skills, hence it attracts more workers than other skilled jobs. To win this battle, you can combine your skills with other freelancers who have relevant and related skills to win more jobs.
Companies will hire you when they have a lot of information that they need inputted into spreadsheets, and sorted in a particular manner. Many times, this includes information typed on paper and scanned into JPEG, or using online forms. When companies have a lot of data to input into spreadsheets or a database, they will outsource the job, but often times this is a short-lived job. However, you may find recruitment and staffing who will hire you for the long-term; in many cases, when your contract ends, the staffing agency will find you another job quickly.