Where to apply:

Where to apply: http://www.google.com/about/jobs
Google is employing home-based quality raters of ads from all over the world through a temp agency.

Ads quality raters must have a college degree.

However, be careful of some scams that dupe people into thinking that the home-based work being offered is for Google. Be sure to use Google’s official job section (linked above) to apply


Where to apply: http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/uscorp1/careers
This computer manufacturer offers plenty of home-based jobs.

You can search for these work-from-home opportunities of Dell by using the word “remote” when searching on the site.

3. VIPdesk

Where to apply: http://www.vipdesk.com/info/careers/
VIPdesk employs workers from home as agents handling customer concerns through phone, email, and chat.

These agents answer inquiries, issues and conduct research for clients who are from Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States and Singapore. But the majority of the jobs are from the US and hence they look to hire employees with high fluency in the English language.

Those who are also fluent in French, German, Spanish or Italian are also desired.

4. AccuTran Global

Where to apply: http://www.accutranglobal.com/
This firm wants part-time workers who can either be typists or transcribers of meetings, conference calls, and interviews for financial establishments.

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AccuTran Global hires employees based in UK, Canada, and the US.

It pays these contractors anywhere from $0.005 to $0.0066 per word.

5. VirtualBee

Where to apply: https://workers.virtualbee.com/
This firm offers data entry jobs and is in search of “keyers” who are required to enter encoded data so that they will come out as nonsensical.

Applicants must take an evaluation before working for the firm.

The company places applicants who scored high in the evaluation on a waiting list and reach out to the applicants once there is work ready.

The payout rates are different but would range from 40-55 cents per 1000 keystrokes.

Employees must have accumulated at least $50 before they can get their payments.

6. Amazon’s Mechanical Turk

Where to apply: https://www.mturk.com/mturk/welcome
Amazon’s Mturk (which we reviewed recently) is one of the first small job sites and provides lists of HITs or Human Intelligence Tasks.

Employees can select and finish the HITs for a fixed price.

The completion of tasks under HITS would usually earn someone a couple of cents or dollars.

You can get paid in US dollars, Indian rupees or Amazon gift certificates, depending largely on your current location.

7. 1-800-Translate

Where to apply: http://1-800-translate.com/company/jobs/
This firm has openings for translators, as well as on-site interpreters.

Applicants must have finished college.

8. DotDash (former About.com)

Where to apply: http://jobs.jobvite.com/dotdash/
DotDash is the company behind the former About.com site which is now broken down to a few different sites like TheBalance and VeryWell.

These are sites that cover a wide variety of topics from finance and jobs to health, travel and everything in between.

So they are always looking for writers and video producers.

9. CCI Call Center International

Where to apply: http://www.ccicompany.us/
This international call center is in need of independent contractors who can work from home and can speak different languages.

10. Aim-for-A Tutoring

Where to apply: http://www.aim4a.com/tutors.php
This firm needs online tutors who can teach science, math, and English to students coming from different countries.

Aim-for-A Tutoring requires that applicants have teaching experience and have completed college.


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