Do you have experience working at home as a virtual call center agent? Do you generally enjoy inbound customer service calls? Do you do work well with a diversity of people? Well, then AnswerFirst might be the right work-at-home (WAH) opportunity for you. Keep in mind this is a company that only hires in specific locations, which may vary from time to time. If they are not currently hiring in your area, you …
Are you looking for a fun, less stressful phone job? Are you a fast and accurate typist who can serve the customer and get off the phone? Are you excited by the prospect of being an order taker for well-known restaurants? Then DoorDash might be a work-at-home opportunity for you! What is DoorDash? DoorDash is a company that pays work-at-home agents to answer the phone and take orders for restaurants.
Do you want to work with a trusted company that has been around for a long time? Do you enjoy making new people feel welcome? Do you also still want to work from home? Then maybe a job at home working for Welcome Wagon just might be what you’ve been looking for. Welcome Wagon has been around for many years. Founded in 1928 by Thomas Briggs, the company has grown and continues …
Are you technically inclined and technically savvy? Do you enjoy troubleshooting? Can you explain technical issues in everyday language? Then maybe you should consider working from home as a technical support person. While there are many companies that you could work for in this day and age with more popping up all over, I will try to list the top 5 companies here.
Many people looking to work from home that are OK with phone work tend to shy away from commission-based sales positions. Today, I wanted to make a list of sales jobs that offer a base pay in addition to commission. This is a lot “safer” and provides the best of both worlds because you’ll earn a certain amount of money hourly whether you makes sales/get leads or not.
Do you think you’d enjoy working from home, booking cruises for others? If so, you’re in luck because there are quite a few companies that have regular openings for this type of work. Keep in mind it’s phone work, so all of you non-phone job seekers may not find this is your cup of tea. Unfortunately not all of these companies are hiring right now, but you may want to keep tabs on them.
Would you like to have a job working from home, placing restaurant orders for hungry customers? Lately I’ve come across several companies that will hire you to do just that. Some of these jobs are very flexible as well. These companies may not all be hiring right now, but I’ve given you enough information on each one so you can keep tabs. DoorDash, Postmates, and a few other companies hire for this.
2U is a company with an online, cloud-based platform that allows leading colleges and universities to deliver their online degree programs to students everywhere. The company has been in existence since 2008, and they have regular remote job openings. I usually list their leads when I find them on my job leads page, but I’ve never taken the time to dig deeper and really research these jobs.
I Dial U is a company that has recently been hiring virtual sales agents for various automotive and mortgage companies. They have a 100 percent remote workforce. Pay is performance-based so your amount per week won’t be guaranteed, but they do offer flexibility with scheduling and bi-monthly pay on the 1st and 15th of each month. This post has more details on how it works.
Causeworx is a Canadian company that hires people (including US residents) to do telefundraising from home. It pays anywhere from $11 to $14 hourly and you do not need a land line phone to do the work. Read the review to learn more about Causeworx. Note that they may or may not be hiring workers at this time, but you can keep tabs on their website for when they are.