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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

20 REAL Companies That Want To Hire You For Work From Home Jobs

20 REAL Companies That Want To Hire You For Work From Home Jobs

1Usertesting

Many big companies are looking for feedback about the usability of their website.

This is where Usertesting.com comes in.  You sign up for free and then answer questions about a particular website, explaining what is good or bad, confusing or clear, etc. and then you get paid.
You have to be accepted into the program and must be 18+, but the payouts are pretty good!  Their current payouts are $10-$15 per test and the tests normally take about 20 minutes.

2E-Poll

Looking for something easy to do to make a few extra bucks? E-Poll lets you take surveys in exchange for money in your PayPal account or gift cards in your wallet. You’ll receive e-mail invitations to take surveys, earn points, and redeem! Simple and easy. If you’re wanting some free stuff, try out Swagbucks.com (see our review for more info).

3AirBNB

AirBNB is a site that allows you to rent out your home to other people who may just want to visit where you live.
You can rent it out as little or as much as you want and can list it to rent by the night, week, or month. They offer a $1,000,000 guarantee to protect you from any kind of property damage that was caused by renters.
They also have a renter rating system, so you can choose whether or not you want to rent it out to a particular renter.


4Lyft Or Uber

Not sure if you’ve heard, but Uber and Lyft are apps that basically eliminates the need to ever call a taxi.  Instead of calling a cab, you just click “request driver” and then a Uber or Lyft driver gets a notification and comes and picks you up.
The service is way faster than calling a cab and is about half the price.
I say all that to say that as a driver for Lyft, you use your own car, drive only when you want to, and (according to the website) get paid $35/hr to pick people up and drive them around.  Not too shabby.

5Shipt

Shipt is an on-demand grocery delivery service looking for reliable, independent people to shop for groceries and deliver to their members.
They aren’t available in all states yet but as a Shopper, you can make an average of $15-$25/hour, be a part of an exciting start-up and set your own schedule.
To be a Shipt shopper, you must:
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Have reliable transportation
  • Have a current Driver’s License
  • Have knowledge of produce selection
  • Agree to a thorough background check

6Applied Medical Services

If you have at least two years of experience as a medical transcriptionist, this job is for you. You’ll receive competitive pay rates, premium weekend and holiday pay, and best of all: you’ll be able to work from home!

7Brainmass.Com

If you have a graduate degree, consider joining Brainmass.com. Brainmass uses online teaching assistants to help students solve all kinds of problems. How do you get paid? Students purchase credits to have questions answered, and as a teaching assistant, you’ll be paid a portion of the credit.

8Speak Write

Want to transcribe non-medical information? You can do so with Speak Write! Take one hour shifts where you simply type out spoken audio. Fast typists can earn upwards of $15/hour! This is a great opportunity for college students; pick your own hours and have a flexible job!

9WeGoLook.Com

Want to complete tasks other than writing or communicating as a customer support representative? Try becoming a “looker!” You can perform tasks online and off. The tasks start at $25 and work their way up depending on the project.

10BalanceYourBooks.Com

If you’re a bookkeeper and/or a CPA, this is a great opportunity for you. Bookkeepers must have at least 2 or more years of bookkeeping experience, and CPAs must have 5 or more years prior public accounting or controllership experience. You’ll be able to telecommute to work from the comfort of your own home.

11Demand Studios

Another writing opportunity, Demand Studios will pay you $15 – $25 or more depending on the length of your articles. You’ll see your articles and byline on very popular sites (Rachael Ray is listed as an example). You can write on a variety of different topics, the choice is up to you!

12Sylvan Learning

With Sylvan Learning, you’ll be able to tutor students on subjects you want to teach. They’ve been around for almost 30 years, encouraging individuals to think independently to achieve their goals. You’re going to need at least a bachelor’s degree, and a willingness to work with students in the way they learn best.

13Clarity Consultants

Do you love giving advice? Of course you do! You probably do it all the time right? Well, why not get paid for your advice? Clarity Consultants works with clients and consultants to bring them together.

14HomeworkTutoring.Com

Use a webcam and messaging clients to tutor students with homework. Current opportunities include jobs teaching engineering, history, and law. However, you can suggest a subject that you want to teach. You will be connected with students that can use your help . . . easy, easy!

15CloudCrowd.Com

By signing up through their Facebook app, you’ll be able to complete projects for various companies. Cloud Crowd is considered a “micro-work” company, as you will take on as many tasks as you would like without actually being employed by the company. Each task shouldn’t take a very long time to complete.

16Leapforce

Leapforce is a unique company that hires Google Raters to evaluate search engine results. As an independent contractor, you can work as much as you are able: part-time or full-time. You’re guaranteed a competitive, hourly pay.

17ITT Technical Institute

You’ve heard of ITT Tech, right? Well guess what? You can work for them as a professor and teach online classes! Pretty cool stuff! However, you’re going to need a postgraduate degree to apply.

18Amazon.Com

Did you know that Amazon.com is hiring? They advertise work-from-home jobs in their virtual customer service center. Technical support your thing? They have openings for that too! Expect pay to be around $10/hour. Amazon.com is well-known for their Kindle eBook reader and low prices on everyday merchandise.

19Arise

Arise has many unique opportunities. Customer service, sales, tech positions, and Mac owner opportunities exist – all of which can be worked from home. You’ll be working for major brands through Arise, and joining over 25,000 independent client support professionals.

20GoFluent.Com

Speak multiple languages? Teach what you know! Applicants to Go Fluent must be native English speakers and prefers them to be fluent in French, Russian, German, Italian, or Japanese.
As you can see, there are many real companies out there that will actually pay you to work from home. Some are undoubtedly better than others, so choose wisely and pick the ones that best fit your lifestyle and skill set.
What are some other companies you know about that will pay you to work from home? Leave a comment below and let us know!

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