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Friday, 6 September 2019

High Paid Work From Home Jobs for 2019


1. App and Website Testing Jobs

Similar to taking surveys for money, companies will also pay regular people to give feedback on their website (how it looks, how easy it is to navigate, how things “flow”, etc.) Companies want to know how easy their websites are to use and the information you give them about the process is extremely valuable.

Here are some places you can apply for this type of work:
  • WhatUsersDo – Pay is $8 (or more) per test. Tests take around 15-20 minutes (you need a Mac or PC + mic).
  • Enroll – Get paid to test websites before they are published. Earn cash rewards.
  • Userfeel – This company pays around $10 per test.
  • Analysia – Tests take around 15 minutes to complete. Pay is $10 per test.
  • TryMyUI – Tests takes around 15-20 minutes to complete. Pay is $10 per test.
You generally won’t make a full-time living from a website testing job, but they are an excellent way pull in some extra income on the side.

2. Offer Web Design Services

If you ‘speak’ computer and have a good eye for design, you can make $1,000 (or more) each month by designing websites for small businesses.

Business owners want professional looking websites for their space on the internet. If you know some basics behind web design, you can start offering those services to small business. For example, we paid a designer over $10,000 to build our website theme. From branding and color schemes, to ease of use and user satisfaction, web designers help bring a website to life.

Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator are essential pieces of software you’ll need to master (and proficiency in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript are a must). Upwork is a great spot to start finding gigs, or you can do things the old fashioned way: cold call or email every small business in your town and drum up business that way.

3. Join TaskRabbit

Do you like working with your hands and helping your local community? TaskRabbit might be a great way for you to make money working from home.

TaskRabbit is a service based app that connects customers with people who can help them around the house. Customers might ask for help doing things like mounting a TV, moving furniture, or cleaning. Workers can also build furniture, help people move, and do home repairs.

To work with TaskRabbit, you need to submit an online application and attend an informational session in your area. After you’ve completed the registration process, the TaskRabbit app will notify you of jobs in your area.

You choose your rates and negotiate job details with the client. Once you’ve completed the job, you can submit your invoice via the TaskRabbit app. Jobs pay $50 – $130 per task, on average.

4. Do Micro Jobs

Along the same lines as TaskRabbit, micro jobs sites are great for anyone who’s short on cash and can only work in 1-2 hour increments. Micro jobs won’t make you rich, but they’re generally pretty easy, and they often pay immediately.

Plus, if you’re spending time on things like browsing the internet, or scrolling endlessly through your phone, you might as well give them a try. For example, Amazon Mechanical Turk will pay you to do light research, process data, and locate images and videos across the web.

Additionally, sites like Swagbucks and InboxDollars will pay you to perform small tasks like watching videos, taking surveys, trying out offers, and searching online.

5. Become a Dog or Pet Sitter

Have a heart for animals? Getting paid to spend time with those furry friends may sound like a dream job then. Rover makes it easy for people to sign up to become a dog walker or pet sitter in their area.

This site will allow you to create your own profile so you can set your rates and availability. You can communicate with prospective clients via the site and book paying gigs.

Normally, dog walkers on Rover can earn $20-$30 per walk and anywhere from $20-$40 for overnight pet sitting services. Rover does collect a 20% service charge which is deducted from your earnings, but you get to keep 80%.

6. Child Care and Babysitter Jobs

Before all the internet job and app sites started gaining popularity, you could always earn money from home by providing childcare services…and you still can.

Decide what age group of kids you’d prefer watching, and create a profile on Care.com or Sittercity.com to help you find clients. Also, feel free to ask around because friends or neighbors are often the easiest clients to get.

You can offer morning care services to help kids get ready for school, keep an eye on them as parents go off to work, or cover parenting duties while mom or dad runs errands. Something worth keeping in mind is that child care centers are often closed during evening and weekend hours. If you have availability around those times, you may be able to charge premium rates, as there are often less sitters available.

Virtual home-based jobs typically require that you do all your work from the computer so you don’t have to worry about leaving the house for anything.

These jobs may require that you own a laptop, have internet service and have other materials (like a headset) if you’re going to be talking on the phone. So long as you can type and have basic computer skills, you have a good chance of qualifying for any of these virtual work from home jobs.

7. Virtual Call Center Jobs

Virtual call center agents do everything from sales, telemarketing, customer service, and customer support. It’s just like a traditional call center role, only you can do everything from your computer at home.

You may have to handle incoming calls or make outgoing calls depending on the nature of the job. Some companies that hire virtual call center reps may prefer some call center experience but most will offer training as well. According to Glassdoor, you can expect to earn a base salary between $30,000 and $40,000 per year to start.

If you don’t mind talking on the phone and helping customers, this can be a solid part or full-time work from home job to consider.


8. Transcription Jobs

Transcriptionists take audio and video clients and turn them into text. It sounds simple enough, but this work requires a certain level of skill. You’ll need to know how to type efficiently and accurately. Some transcriptionists even use special equipment like a foot pedal to start and stop audio recordings.

Still, there are so many unique opportunities to land remote transcription work. If you’re a beginner, your best option is to sign up with transcription job sites like Rev and Scribie to find paying jobs that you can do on a contractor basis.

You can also offer your services on Fiverr or reach out to companies and entrepreneurs to pitch them for your services. For example, if you like a specific podcast, see if they need someone to transcribe episodes.

9. Medical Coding Jobs

Medical coding is a popular career field and you can actually do this work from home. Remote medical coders are tasked with translating a provider’s medical record and services to the correct code for the diagnoses and procedures in order to bill the patient for the correct amount.

It’s a slight technical job that anyone can learn with the proper amount of training either via an online program or through your local community college. Most medical coders are certified which can help you land an entry-level role. Some companies hire remote medical coders on a contract basis or even as a part or full-time employee.

You can search job boards like ZipRecruiter and Indeed to see who’s hiring. The average salary for a medical coder is around $60,000 per year.


10. Virtual Nursing Jobs

Have a nursing degree? You can work as a virtual nurse and help people over the phone or via internet. Virtual nurses use the internet to monitor vital signs, connect with virtual command centers to communicate with doctors, advise patients online, and perform other similar duties.

You can find these jobs at hospitals and health centers and apply just like you would for a traditional nursing job.

11. Search Engine Evaluator Jobs

If you ever want to know something, you can just hop on Google, Bing or any other search engine to find more information. Search engine evaluators help search engines continue to be a credible place to find the information you’re looking for fast.

This is a non-phone work from home job where you’d spend your time evaluating different search engine results to help improve the experience for users overall. Companies like SYKES and Appen hire search engine evaluators, and you typically need to pass an exam before coming on board.

To do this job well, you do need to have excellent:
  • Web research skills
  • Analytical abilities
  • Great written and communication skills
This is a non-phone work from home job that allows you to evaluate and help improve the search engine’s results so users can find what they’re looking for online easily. After applying, you’ll need to pass an exam in order to work with most companies but this isn’t a super technical job at all.

The hours are pretty flexible, and you can expect to work around 35 hours per week.

For busy moms, the word ‘flexible’ is a must in terms of scheduling certain responsibilities. When it comes to working from home, moms might enjoy jobs that allow you to set your own schedule (so you can work when it’s most convenient for you). That may mean when the kids are at school or going down for a nap.

Fortunately, there are several home-based jobs that focus on deadlines instead of imposing a set schedule. So long as you get your assigned tasks completed by a certain date, you can do the work whenever you like.

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