March 7, 2016

Become A Weegy Expert

If you are looking for some extra income, then you should try working from home as a community-based expert.

Company: Weegy

Job Duties: Engage problem-solving conversation and share your interests to a global community.

Compensation: As an expert you will be paid $0.20 (USD), on average, for each conversation that you are involved in.Become Weegy Expert Work From Home

How Am I Paid: Once your account hit the $20 payout threshold, your payment will be sent to you via PayPal.

Can I Work Anytime: Yes, you can work whenever you would like, as much as you would like.

Do I have To Respond To Every Conversation: Nope, you can accept or reject any conversation.

How Do I Learn More Before Signing Up: You can get the complete details of this gig by click here, there you can read all about there rules.

Where Do I Sign Up: If you are ready to get started, you can sign-up by going to

Payroll Clerk Work From Home

This company that specialize in printing and design is looking for Payroll/Data Entry Clerks. They have at least 50 positions available they said.

Company: Imagination Print & Design

Position: Part-Time Payroll Clerk

Requirement: 1 year of Payroll or Data Entry experience

Location: Work From Home

How To Apply:

Email your resume directly to Tech Support Work From Home

This company hires work at home tech agents to assist restaurant customers.

Hiring Company: Service Response Partners

Job Title: Tech Support Agent

Brief Description: You will be helping OpenTable business clients that may have any tech questions regards to systems and equipment that’s installed within a restaurant venue. 

Support Type: This position does require some support via phone. But, you also providing customer support by chat, email and customer board.

Location: Full Time Work From Home

Compensation: Unknown, but competitive

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance

Perks: 2 weeks paid time off and 2 weeks unpaid

Experience: Tech and customer service – restaurant experience is a plus

This company will do a background check on you and you must be able to pass their skill tests.

How To Apply:

If this is something you will like to apply for or read more about, please click here for more information.

Apple Email Chat Work From Home

Apple work from home ‘At Home Advisor’ position is one you should consider applying for. If you are one of the lucky ones to get hired, we think you will like it there.

Company: Apple

Job: At Home Advisor

What Will You Be Doing: Email or Chat. Or Both!

Pay: No less than $15.00

Location: Work From Home

With Apple you will go through a series of interviews before you are officially hired. We also heard that with some positions they will send you an Apple computer.

How To Apply:

You can apply directly by going to

YNAB Work From Home Email Support

YNAB is now hiring customer service agents to work from home| Pay starting out at $13.00 an hour, plus 401k and other benefits. Apply Today!

Company: YNAB – You Need A Budget

Started: 2004

What They Do: Build Budgeting Software

What Are They Looking For: Tech-Savvy Email Customer Support Agents

Location Requirement: Anywhere – Work From Home

Compensation: 1st 8 weeks is your trial period, pay is $13.00 – if brought on full-time pay is $13.00 – $17.00

What You Need To Apply:
-Cover letter introducing yourself
-Resume in PDF format

To get full details and apply, please click here.


Zapier Email Work From Home

If you have been searching for a non-phone work from home job, then this might be a great one for you. See details below!

Company: Zapier – App Developer Platform To Automate Tasks
Position: Email Customer Happiness

Duties: Zapier is still in their startup phase, so you’ll be helping customers via email or chat

Location: Work From Home

Compensation: Exact rate is unknown – but what we do know that this will depend on your experience

Benefits: 401K, Medical, dental and vision coverage are available and more

How To Apply:

  1. Email

  2. Tell them about yourself and why you want to work at Zapier vs. somewhere else.

  3. Answer these 4 questions:

  4. What should our goal be when replying to users?

  5. A user requests an integration with a service that we don’t support yet. How would you word your response?

  6. What is one thing you’d like to buy online, right now? Explain to us how to buy it.

  7. How would you explain what an API is to someone who has never heard of one?

For more information please go to Zapier website here.