Phone Work – These are jobs that will require you to use the phone as part of your job. Some may require a landline and/or a good quality headset while others may not. The jobs include customer service positions where you handle inbound calls; others are sales jobs, escalation support, telephone researcher positions, mystery shopping, technical support, virtual assistant and telemarketing positions.
#11 – Great American Opportunities – If you enjoy data entry this is a great opportunity for you. You work as an independent contractor keying in magazine subscriptions and gift orders that come in for their school fundraising projects. In order to qualify for the position, you will be required to pass a test. The email to use when sending your resume is [email protected]
#13 – Crowd Surf – This company  seeks to solve media challenges for the deaf, hard of hearing and second language viewers. Candidates for this job will provide transcription and captioning services. Some proofreading skills are required for this role. After creating an account, you will take an assessment and you can set up your payment method by choosing between direct deposit, PayPal, and a paper check. Pay is based on types of jobs and will vary, roughly 10 cents for every 25 seconds of audio you transcribe.
With that said, bloggers can expect to make a few hundred dollars a month up to tens of thousands. A blogger’s salary completely depends on their niche, their audience, and how skilled they are at promoting either their own products or somebody else’s. For example, while she is certainly at the top of the heap, our good friend Michelle makes about $50,000 a month from blog revenue alone.
Even better, the national median wage for web developers was $66,130 in 2016, with the top 10% earning an average of $119,550. And you typically don’t need an advanced degree to begin working in this field. All you need is some postsecondary education, applicable experience, and a portfolio of successful sites you’ve built and managed. There are even intensive coding boot camps designed to teach programming skills in just a few short months.
I worked for TeleTech a few years ago. I didn’t pay for anything upfront – maybe that has changed since. They were supposed to send me a headset, but they sent it to the wrong address despite having my correct one on file and I never got it. I didn’t get to choose the hours I wanted to work and they had me working a 6pm to 1am shift. That just wasn’t practical for me at the time and after asking for a switch but being denied, I quit. The whole experience was a cluster f.
You are very welcome, Helen. And I am sorry you’re having difficulties with your job. As for the check, it really depends on what kind of job you choose and the company you go with. Some pay weekly, some bi and some pay monthly. The fastest way (based on my personal experience) to get work and actually get decent money (we’re not talking about a few dollars a day like with survey and rewards sites, we’re talking about a few hundred a week)in your hands is through freelance writing. Now, if you’re just a beginner, it can be difficult to find a client. But you can try some of the freelancing sites or even online forums where people look for writers.
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3. Charles Schwab: Receive full reimbursements at the end of every month for any ATM fees incurred, anywhere if you have the Schwab Bank Visa Platinum debit card, a High Yield Investor account, or a Max Rate checking account with at least a $5,000 balance. Per the Charles Schwab checking account page: “Unlimited ATM fee rebates apply to cash withdrawals using the Schwab Bank Visa® Platinum check card wherever it is accepted. ATM fee rebates do not apply to any fees other than fees assessed for using an ATM to withdraw cash from your Schwab Bank account. Schwab Bank makes its best effort to identify those ATM fees eligible for rebate, based on information it receives from Visa and ATM operators. In the event that you have not received a rebate for a fee that you believe is eligible, please call a Schwab Bank Client Service Specialist for assistance at 888-403-9000. Schwab Bank reserves the right to modify or discontinue the ATM fee rebate at any time.”
Even if you follow the advice in tip #3, it’s possible your card could get locked anyway. On top of that, it’s easy to find yourself in a situation where an ATM accepts only one network and not the other. For example, when we travelled in Japan, the only ATMs we could find that would even accept international cards were at 7-Eleven, and they only worked with cards on the Visa/Plus network. I speak from experience – there’s nothing more stressful than needing more cash and not being able to withdraw it, so be prepared and bring multiple cards on multiple networks.
I worked for teletech recently from home and asked to be moved into a different client because the one I was working for I could no longer deal with the customers yelling at me personally for something the company did to wrong them. I was told by my team leader she’d look into it, she got back to me and said we can’t move you to another client and said me asking for to be moved was quitting so I have no job now. No wonder there was over 100 people being hired each day?! They’d rather loose someone they trained for over a month and hire new.
In the unlikely situation that you still have a credit card without a chip, consider picking up another card to carry overseas—or call your credit card issuer and ask if they’ll send you a new version of your card. If you try to use a credit card without a chip overseas, the best case scenario is that it will work, but you’ll get a lot of funny looks. Worst case, the merchant won’t be able to accept the card.
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One of the hottest work from home jobs out there right now for online tutors is teaching Chinese children English through VIPKID. The service is super flexible, you get to set your own hours, and there is no lesson planning involved. VIPKID provides the lesson plans and communicates with the parents, all you need is a laptop and a desire to help teach  children. Tutors typically earn anywhere from $14 – $22 per hour according to their website.

Pretty much every serious blogger and online entrepreneur I know has at least one virtual assistant. Think of a VA like an administrative assistant at a regular office building, except they are working remotely. Duties can include practically any administrative task you can think of – including handling emails, bookkeeping, completing sales, customer service, editing websites, and much more. Specializations in areas like social media management or online ad management is another option.


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5. Fidelity: Clients with Cash Management accounts receive the following waivers: “All Fidelity ATM withdrawal fees will be waived for your Fidelity Cash Management Account. In addition, your account will automatically be reimbursed for all ATM fees charged by other institutions while using a Fidelity Visa Gold Check Card linked to your account at any ATM displaying the Visa, Plus, or Star logos. ATM reimbursements will be credited to the account when the transaction posts. Please note, there is a foreign transaction fee of one percent that is not waived, which will be included in the amount charged to your account.” In practice, however, several readers have noted being charged percentage fees of 1-3% by Visa because it processed withdrawals as cash advances, so be sure you select withdrawal and checking account from the ATM.
2. Capital One: If you just bank through them online (so your state does not have actual brick-and-mortar locations) through Capital One 360, there are no fees on any withdrawal outside the Capital One network, even if the network or issuer, like Mastercard, charges a fee. MasterCard will charge a 1% fee, but that is “covered” by Capital One, so you shouldn’t find it on your statement. However, as readers have commented below, if you bank through an actual Capital One physical location, you will be assessed fees as high as $2 per withdrawal and 3% of the transaction amount, meaning your costs could add up quickly.

The Bank of America® Travel Rewards credit card is a good option for any traveller, but it’s especially rewarding if you use other Bank of America® products. You can get an additional 10 percent customer points bonus on every purchase when you have an active Bank of America® checking or savings account. Preferred Rewards clients can earn even more.


Any company wants to speak to a certain audience in the most effective way possible. Work at home jobs are no different. For example, a content mill that assists clients get content written in English will most probably hire native-English writers only. It may not be fair especially if you can speak and write English just as effectively. Or maybe you are a native speaker but happen to live in a country that is excluded from a work at home opportunity because of the assumption these companies make. Either way language barriers may be a concern for certain companies.
#13 – Crowd Surf – This company  seeks to solve media challenges for the deaf, hard of hearing and second language viewers. Candidates for this job will provide transcription and captioning services. Some proofreading skills are required for this role. After creating an account, you will take an assessment and you can set up your payment method by choosing between direct deposit, PayPal, and a paper check. Pay is based on types of jobs and will vary, roughly 10 cents for every 25 seconds of audio you transcribe.
Also search job boards like Indeed and Simply Hired, they both have international reach. All you do is search Google for your area of interest, love and you will have too many results to look through. You could also visit my blog page for International WAH to see what is available. It would help if I knew which area of the world you resided in. Much success to you on your journey!
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