10 Companies That Hire Very Often for Work at Home Jobs

10 Companies That Hire Very Often for Work at Home Jobs

 

In this video, you will learn about 10 companies that hire very often for work at home jobs.

These jobs allow you to make pretty good money at part and full-time positions working from home.

Enjoy the video and let me know what you think in the comments below!

Here are 10 companies you can count on to have work from home opportunities available pretty frequently:

 

 

1. Sitel

Sitel offers call center work and pays around $9 per hour plus benefits.

Get more info here.

 

 

2. Cigna

Cigna allows you to work from home while making use of your medical background. You need to be a registered nurse, but you can make about $30,000 per year or more with them from home.

Learn more here.

 

 

3. Time Etc.

Time Etc. allows you to work at home as a virtual assistant, helping people schedule meetings, do research, send emails, etc. You can make $11-$16 or so per hour.

Find out more info here.

 

 

4. Convergys

Convergys frequently hires people for technical support, sales, customer support, etc. They pay between $7 and $12 per hour for you to work at home.

Learn more here.

 

 

5. Asurion

Asurion hires customer service reps all the time at around $9 per hour. This is more of a full-time job so you can get employee benefits as well.

Check out Asurion here.

 

 

6. Sedgwick

Sedgwick is a company that specializes in filing insurance claims. Working for them at home would be like working at a call center. You can expect to make around $10 per hour.

Learn more about Sedgwick here.

 

 

7. Leapforce

Leapforce has all kinds of opportunities for becoming a search engine evaluator. This is more of an independent gig so you won’t have employee benefits (like freelancing), but the pay is pretty good at $13 per hour starting out.

Get more info on Leapforce jobs here.

 

 

8. GoFluent

GoFluent is a unique company to work for because you would be teaching English online to corporate employees. You need to be able to work at least 20 hours a week for this.

Learn more about GoFluent jobs here.

 

 

9. TranscribeMe

TranscribeMe, as you can tell by the name, enlists people to help them transcribe audio to text for clients. You would be working as more of a freelancer instead of an employee and will need good typing speed as well as grammar.

Check out TranscribeMe here.

 

 

10. Arise

Arise is another customer support company. You would basically be working as a freelancer instead of an actual employee but pay is between $9 and $19 per hour.

Learn more about Arise here.

 

 

Conclusion

 

There are plenty of companies hiring work from home employees and independent workers these days. These 10 companies hire very frequently in areas like customer support, translation, transcription, search engine evaluation, and more.

Who knows? Maybe you’ll be able to ditch your commute and work from home full-time sooner than you think.

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Justin Bryant

I'm an entrepreneur, fitness freak, artist, car enthusiast, sports fan and self improvement addict. My goal is to help people be their best and create incredible businesses that change the world.

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