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8 Work from Home Jobs with an A+ Rating

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Linsay ThomasGuest Blogger
July 24, 2016 · 3.3k Views
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If you have little ones at home and don’t want to pony up the money for daycare, or are simply tired of the commute, you may be tempted to work from home. In the past, options for home-based work were limited to mostly typing jobs. Nowadays, with advances in technology, more and more employers are allowing employees to work remotely. Now you can write articles, complete surveys, evaluate search engines, work in a call center, provide computer assistance and even performing nursing services – all in the comfort of your home. The opportunities are endless.

However, you need to be wary when looking for telecommute jobs. Many companies (and individuals) take advantage of those looking for work. They may require money up front for a membership, ask for personal information or refuse to pay you once work is completed. You can see if the company you’re applying for is legit by checking with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). This organization compiles complaints from consumers and gives companies grades based on their trustworthiness. So, just like in school, grades matter, and you’re looking to work for companies with an A+ rating. Having trouble finding them? No worries. Peruse the list of 8 companies below and start making money in your pajamas.

 

1. Humana 

Source: Marketing Land

Humana is a well-known, reputable healthcare insurance company. If you have your RN license, you may be able to find a work-at-home opportunity as a case manager. If you have an interest and/or experience in the healthcare field, you may come across other telecommute jobs as well. The company offers great benefits, including a good work-life balance.

2. Dell

Dell has just recently decided to embrace the opportunity for remote work and is now allowing many employees to telecommute. If you have a technology background and are computer-savvy, your next career could be with Dell. They offer remote tech support positions, but you may be able to telecommute in a sales or marketing positon as well. Dell offers exceptional benefits and a challenging work environment.

3. Appen Butler Hill

Source: The Huffington Post

Are you interested in finding out how search engines work? Then a job as a search engine evaluator at Appen may be up your alley. You might not be aware that these types of jobs exist, but they do. There are several companies looking for people like you to help Google and other search engines redefine their search results, but Appen Butter Hill appears to be the most reputable one. You must possess exceptional analytical skills and be able to follow instructions. You can work from home in the United States and most international countries. Many search engine evaluator jobs require a college degree and the pay starts at $14 an hour. Check out Appen Butter Hill’s website to see if there are any openings.

4. Convergys

If you enjoy talking on the phone, you may have a career in customer support. Many companies are now allowing employees to provide customer service from home. Convergys is one of them. This customer service-based company has hired 130,000 people in 31 countries. To qualify, you have the proper phone and Internet connection. The hours are typically flexible and very little education is required. You receive paid training and hourly wages, as well as medical benefits, retirement plans and other benefits.

5. ComputerAssistant.com

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If you’re a tech geek and can help others with their computer issues, then you may want to create a profile at ComputerAssistant.com. You enter your personal information, skills and experience and you are matched with computer users who need your help. You’ll receive an email when a client requires your assistance. The work can be inconsistent, though, so if you’re looking to provide tech support on a regular basis, look for jobs with top companies such as Dell, Apple, HP and Xerox. Remote opportunities are available with these companies. A college degree is typically required for these jobs.

6. CrowdSource

CrowdSource is popular with freelancers who possess writing and editing skills. This site is basically a database of specific tasks that workers can do on their own schedule. You can work on tasks such as writing, editing, research, transcription and moderation. You must take tests before starting a new category. On average, you may earn $10-$35 an hour, depending on the tasks.

7. FusionCash

Source: Fast Company

Taking surveys is a great way to earn some extra cash. With FusionCash, you can not only participate in surveys, but you can perform other tasks as well to earn some extra cash. You can get paid to click, search, shop, watch videos and sign up for various offers. You receive $5 just for signing up and each task pays between 25 cents and $30. Once you reach $25, you can receive your funds via PayPal, direct deposit or check. FusionCash is a great opportunity for those who have little experience or education and want to work on their own schedule.

8. JustAnswer

Have you ever had a question but didn’t want to call and talk to a professional because you were too embarrassed? There are many sites where users post questions and community members respond with answers. JustAnswer is a site in which users pay to post questions and experts like you receive money for answering them. The experts on the site must pass a thorough background check. If you’re an expert at anything, from healthcare to law to veterinary care to computers to home improvement, you can make some extra cash by providing detailed answers to life’s common problems.

This is just a small sampling of the opportunities available to you. There are many reputable companies – small and large – looking for skilled workers who are willing to work from home. There are job boards that contain job listings for virtually every specialty, whether you’re looking for remote work in the computer, publishing, healthcare or education industries. New jobs are added daily, so take the time to do some research on your own and discover the employment options that await you.


 

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Linsay Thomas is a seasoned writer and editor who has written thousands of articles about topics such as saving money, healthcare, law, pets and education. She hails from California, where she lives with her husband, two children and a menagerie of pets. When she's not writing, she enjoys sports, breeding chocolate Labs and visiting the beach.
dealparadiseSep 20, 2016
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SmokenfireballSep 20, 2016
What a waste of time this blog post was. Either the writer didn't do their research or this article is old.
FusionCash is a clicksense scam ad. The link given doesn't send you directly to the home page, instead you get what appears to be the comment section.
And CrowdSource no longer exists..the link given redirects you to another site to sign in w/o explaining what the site is.
More research before uploading to web please.

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