Looking for work that doesn’t involve the use of a phone? Many people are — most often because of the “no background noise” requirement most phone jobs come with. Kind of hard to abide by that when you have kids and/or pets running around during the day! Fortunately, you do have lots of options! Here is a listing of many different types of non-phone work at home you can do. Each link should take you to a listing of companies I’ve reviewed within that category that do not require the use of a phone for doing the work:
To see the latest non-phone job reviews I’ve done, simply browse through the pages of the non-phone category here.
To understand more about the categories listed above, be sure to read this post that breaks some of them down.
Sometimes a phone can still be an option for work from home even if you think you can’t take a phone job due to the background noise requirements. Here are some posts I’ve written that may help:
Many people do successfully manage phone jobs from home with kids around. I’ve done a lot of research into how they make that work and compiled it in the below post.
Believe it or not, there are a few phone jobs you can get where background noise is not an issue and is in fact encouraged. These jobs fall under the “phone mystery shopping” category. Keep in mind that many of these either don’t pay well enough or don’t have work consistently enough to be considered your income, but they may still be worth looking into.
Some phone jobs from home are far more flexible than others. Even with the no background noise rule, it may be possible to manage a phone job when you’re in control of your own hours. For example if you have kids at home, you could plan to work when your children are asleep, at school, or in someone else’s care, etc.
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