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Vitac is hiring home agents to transcribe spoken word into text s closely to verbatim as possible.
This course will equip you with everything you need to increase your chances of getting a work at home job. Hilton Worldwide is now hiring reps to serve as the first point of contact for their hotel brands.
You must have 1 year steady job experience, can run various computer programs, troubleshoot and fix problems independently and work part time including weekends. All Star Showcase is looking for candidates with 2 years experience in telemarketing, sales or customer service to listen to recorded calls and select, score and evaluate those calls on specific guidelines. Showing Time is now hiring appointment setters to work from home helping to manage real estate showings each month.
This is because of the “no background noise” requirement these companies typically have.
So chat and/or email based customer service positions seem ideal if that's your situation.
Booley logs in about 24 hours each week at an hour, answering questions and processing orders.
Plus, she contributes 5 percent of her earnings to Sykes' 401(k) employee-retirement plan, which her employer matches 100 percent.
It seems there are almost as many people who want to do this at home as there are people wanting to do work at home data entry!
[...] No one was getting the fact that guys wanted real interaction with girls and tools were now available to deliver that experience.
Free porn was propagating like crazy and interaction was the one of the few things for which they were willing to pay.
In a company Q&A last year, the site's director of business development, Stefan Patrick, said: Back in 2006, everyone was becoming aware of the power of web 2.0 advances: the social dimension.
With backgrounds in transactional platforms [...] the founders were looking to build an online transactional community/social network.