Work from Home Jobs & Extra Cash – Feb. 6, 2020
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Work from Home HS English/Language Arts Teacher – Georgia Connections Academy: Hiring from GA. “Highly qualified and certified to teach High School English/Language Arts in Georgia (appropriate to grade level and content area responsibilities). Strong technology skills (especially with Microsoft OS and MS Office programs). Excellent communication skills, both oral and written…”
Work from Home Non-Phone P/T Customer Care Agents – LiveWorld: No state hiring restrictions mentioned, no college needed. Customer Care Agents to assist with social media moderation. Glassdoor reviews report pay is $9-$11/hr., but that’s not official.
Artist-Illustrator and/or Layout Artist – A Pass Educational Group: “Qualifications are ability and experience creating images, both technical and illustrative, based on verbal descriptions and/or rough go-by renderings; familiarity with and access to digital illustration and/or layout software including Adobe Illustrator. Ability to attend to detailed client specifications as well as meet aggressive deadlines are a must.”
Take Surveys for Extra Cash – Pinecone Research: Got a HS diploma/GED or didn’t complete HS? Pinecone needs you. Earn $3 per survey (15-20 mins., typically). They may also send you free products to test. Minimum age for surveys is 18.
Extra Cash Option — Turn Used Toys, Strollers, Children’s Clothes into Cash – Just Between Friends: Sell at local events. “You can sell most items related to raising a family; baby equipment, maternity/nursing accessories, kid/maternity clothing, shoes, books, games, toys, furniture and much more!”
Work from Home Special Ed. Teacher – Utah Connections Academy: “Degree in Special Education or related Education Field. Must reside in Utah. Experience in policy (IDEA) and/or administration with Special Education…”
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Get Paid for Your Stories, Puzzles, or Poems for Kids – Hopscotch: “We will pay a minimum of 5 cents a word for both fiction and nonfiction, with additional payment given if the piece is accompanied by appropriate photos or art. We will pay a minimum of $10 per poem or puzzle, with variable rates offered for games, crafts, cartoons, and the like.”
Make Up to $500/Wk. Tutoring at Course Hero — Hiring nationwide. Answer questions online. Essentially, the company is looking for people with expertise. If you’re claiming expertise in an area where a college degree would be expected — science, for example — then you’ll need one. Your credentials are key. “We believe that experts take all forms and therefore do not require that you be a certified tutor or professor. However, you do need to share sufficient credentials to prove that you have an expertise in the categories which you would like to tutor,” the company says.
Online Adjunct Faculty – Introduction to Family and Consumer Sciences – BYU-Idaho: Applicants are accepted from Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Wyoming.
Earn Rewards for Being Online – Nielsen (The TV/Radio ratings company) – For installing Nielsen’s app on your computer, you will automatically be entered into their $10,000 monthly sweepstakes. If you qualify, “there are opportunities to earn even more rewards by registering more devices and staying with us longer,” the company says. For consumer trend data, Nielsen’s app — for smartphone, computer or tablet — follows your web use. Your name is separated from the data, and devices run as usual. User IDs and passwords are not collected, the company adds.
Telephone Mystery Shoppers for Healthcare – Perception Strategies: Pays for phone calls to doctors’ offices, including your report on the experience. The web says they pay a minimum of $12 per “phone shop,” but that’s not official. Not sure how long a “shop” typically takes. Also pays for in-person visits and other types of healthcare mystery shops.
$3 Signup Bonus — Snap Your Grocery Receipts, Get Extra Income (For Android) (For iOS) — Fetch: Fetch is all about rewards for grocery receipts (Visa gift cards, Amazon gift cards, etc.). Enter the promo code FETCH3K to get $3.00 free in your account. The app simplifies things by automatically reviewing your receipts for any participating brand, product or special offer. Rewards include Visa or MasterCard gift cards, or cards for Amazon, Kohl’s or hundreds of other brands. Refer a friend or family member for 2,000 bonus points ($2) for each of you.
P/T Non-Phone Jobs, No Exp. Necessary at Teemwork.ai – If you’re looking for non-phone [email protected] jobs with no experience necessary, Teemwork.ai (formerly iSoftStone) has a variety open. They need people to create speech recognition commands, rate online ads, transcribe English recordings, and more. No college required.
P/T Editor-Weekend – The Daily Beast: “What you bring to us: 3+ years’ experience at a national or international news organization; college degree preferable; a keen insight into breaking news situations; speed and excellent news judgment…”
Take Surveys & Short Polls for Toluna — Toluna pays in points redeemable for PayPal cash or checks, or (if you prefer) gift cards for Amazon, Walmart, Target and other major brands. Daily sweepstakes and other ways to earn are included. Not for core income, but can help with frills or bills.
Prepping for Your Interview — “Why should we hire you?” – This is a question that leaves a lot of job candidates stumbling. It can be phrased in a number of ways: “Why are you the right person for this job?” or “Why are you the best candidate for this position?” Whatever the phrasing, the intention is the same — They want you to sell them on you! Here are some tips on how to answer.
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