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Graphic Design

99designs – Up to $32/hour

At 99designs, you can get paid to work from home doing graphic design projects.

Here, you can work when you want and get paid to either do projects directly for clients who seek your skills out or to compete in contest and do other group projects.

You can also use AI tools like Midjourney to help you create the perfect graphics.


Customer Support

Omni Interactions – Up to $20/hour

Omni Interactions is a work-from-home gig community.

Here, you can earn up to $20/hour as a customer support rep.

What's nice about being a customer support rep here, though, is you get to choose when and how often you work.

On top of that, they don't require experience, an interview or a degree to apply.


  • No experience required
  • Make your own schedule
  • No interview
  • No Degree needed


Customer Support Rep, Intuit TurboTax at Working Solutions – Up to $19/Hour


  • Flexible schedule opportunities – you create your own schedule!
  • Schedule anytime between 7 am – 11 pm CT, Monday – Sunday
  • Weekday and weekend options 


  • Earn up to $19 per productive hour (paid by the minute)*
  • Contractors on this program who meet or exceed key metrics earn on average the equivalent of $16-$19/hour during peak times and $15.60-$17.50/hour during non-peak times
  • Peak rates apply January – April
  • Contractors are guaranteed a minimum of 45 minutes for each available hour

*TurboTax peak time rate is $0.30/talk minute ($0.31/talk minute bilingual), with additional incentives for achieving key client metrics. The off-peak TurboTax rate is $0.26/talk minute ($0.27/talk minute bilingual) plus incentives.

Required Skills

  • Sincere desire to assist the customer 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Attention to detail
  • Friendly tone and professional demeanor
  • Self-motivated and resourceful
  • Tech-savvy and avid computer user

Important Information

Technology & Equipment Requirements:

  • Personal computer (no tablet)
  • Broadband internet connection, recommended at least 10 MBPS
  • Wired internet connection (no wi-fi)
  • Windows 10 or Windows 11 operating system
  • Valid antivirus software installed, running and up to date
  • USB headset with microphone
  • A webcam will be loaned to each contractor to be used for the duration of the contract. 
  • Must have a smart phone and be willing to accept texts related to program work. The contractor's cell phone number will be registered in the system that send a temporary login token. At each login, the soft-token will be sent via text to the agent's phone within a few seconds.

*Full PC requirements

Work Environment Requirements:

  • Quiet, uninterrupted space
  • Organized desk area
  • Professional appearance (if on camera)



Rev – Up to $60/hour?

NexRep is a virtual, on-demand contact center.

Here, you can work as an independent contractor doing customer support, inbound or outbound sales.

Because you're an independent contractor working from home, you get the freedom to make your own schedule.

You don't really get benefits when you're an independent contractor, but there are still perks for working here:


  • $1-$3 per audio/video minute
  • Training & certification program provided
  • No experience required
  • No degree required
  • Set your own schedule
  • Work from home



Studypool – Up to $7500/month

At Studypool, you can earn up to $7500 tutoring in all sorts of different academic subjects (according to their site).

What's also nice about Studypool is they don't take a huge chunk of your earnings for fees.

They will only take 20% of your earnings as their commission and leave you the other 80% to keep.

As part of the application process, tutors are asked to complete a Knowledge Quiz and their work on the platform itself leading to special badges to recognize their specialties and skills.


  • No experience required
  • Flexible hours
  • Worldwide


Voice Acting

BLEND – Up to $34/hour?

I categorize BLEND under “voice acting” but it's more than just a platform for voice actors.

You can also get paid to do:

  • Translation
  • Editing
  • Proofreading
  • Content writing
  • SEO
  • LQA

There are lots of options to make money here.


  • Worldwide
  • No interview
  • Make your own schedule



Gengo – Up to $25/hour?

At Gengo, you can get paid to translate if you are multilingual.


  • Worldwide
  • Make your own schedule
  • No Interview


Online Evaluation


WeLocalize is a multilingual content transformation services in translation, localization, and adaptation for over 250 languages.

More info on WeLocalize:

Make sure you search for the right country and language to apply for!

Map Quality Analyst – $27/hour?

What you do

“You will be working remotely at a leading consumer technology company as a contributor to the finished products released in target markets across the globe.

You will use a unique, web-based tool to evaluate maps based on project guidelines and work with flexible hours to complete tasks that will help shape and develop global technologies.”

You'll also work 10-20 hours per week and be able to set your own schedule.


  • Fluency in whatever language you're applying in
  • Strong understanding of that language
  • Must be currently located in the country you're applying for a job in
  • Web-savvy and able to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Reliable computer system and internet connection
  • Access to latest Desktop versions of Edge, Firefox, Chrome or Safari
  • Organized and self-sufficient, able to work remotely without direct supervision
  • Has experience with map navigation (Apple Maps, Google Maps, Waze) 
  • Ability to follow instructions in English and comply with the project guidelines expected by the client
  • Must sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement to protect client confidentiality
  • Must pass a language proficiency test, learning program, and a rigorous quality test designed by our client before starting work




If you feel like you have pretty good writing skills for creating articles, you can try writing online for a site like TextBroker.

Here, you can get paid to write articles for different clients even if you have no experience.

You will have to take a skills test though to prove yourself as a writer.

As far as compensation, you get paid by the word and by quality.

For example, a great quality, 1,000 word article might make you $50 or so.




With Sudshare, you can earn up to $6,000/month doing laundry for people at home.

You can work when you want and even get instant, daily payouts.

All you need is:

  • U.S. Social Security Number (for background check)
  • Access to a washer & dryer
  • Access to a drying rack, clothesline, or something to air-dry clothes
  • Laundry Detergent
  • A car or some way to pick-up and deliver
  • A Basic Bathroom Scale
  • Plastic Bags


Transcript Editor


At Scribie, you can earn $5-$20/audio hour editing automated transcripts.

It's a little different than traditional transcription where you would listen to audio files and type out what's being said.

With Scribie, 60% of the work is done for you with automated transcription software.

You just have to edit it as you go.

This allows you to work faster and increase your hourly rate of pay.

You also get paid via PayPal.


Voice Writer

3Play Media

At 3Play Media, you can get paid to do Voice Writing.

This involves respeaking what someone is saying into captioning software during a livestream.

This allows people watching live to see captions pop up on screen so that they can follow along, even if they are hearing impaired or need to watch on mute.

According to Glassdoor, 3Play Media freelancers earn anywhere from $20-$40/hour.


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