Work from Home Jobs & Extra Cash – June 12, 2019
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Work from Home 504 Coordinator – Texas Connections Academy: “Preferred residency in the Dallas, Midland, El Paso, Corpus Christi, Houston, or East Texas areas. Valid professional teaching or School Counselor Certificate in Texas. Preferred experience and solid knowledge of Section 504…”
Work from Home P/T Transcriptionist/Editors – No Exp. Required – 3PlayMedia: Nationwide. Pays up to $30/hr., the company says. Pick the projects you want to work on. You’ll need speedy fingers, though — 75 WPM required.
Work from Home Special Ed. Teacher – Texas Connections Academy: “Certification in Special Education (EC-12). Valid Special Education credential in Texas; ACP candidates seeking an internship are not eligible. Complete a professional development course for online teaching which will meet the requirements of the TxVSN…”
Extra Cash — Take Surveys & Short Polls for Toluna — If you’re looking for extra cash, Toluna is another option. Pays in points redeemable for PayPal cash, 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 bills or frills.
“We Got Hired!” Congratulations to some of the latest RRR job finders! From our FB page — “Hi RRR! Just wanted to let you know I was contacted by Humana today and it’s official! They made me an offer I couldn’t refuse… Thanks so much for making my goal, a work from home gig with a great company, a reality!!!” – Pristine P. — “Got hired by Virtual Gal Friday and completing training this week!! Thank you RRR!” – Dianne M. — “I got the job!!! NexRep for Priceline….yippeeeeee!!!!” — Marie L. Well done, everyone! We hope you like your new work from home jobs! ~ Chris & Mike
7 Tips for Writing a Great Cover Letter (And Why You Should!) – As you complete your online application forms, you may find a field marked “Cover Letter (optional).” Most applicants will see the word “optional” and buzz right by that field. Here’s why you shouldn’t, and how to ace your cover letter!
Got an Artistic Streak? Sell Greeting Card Designs – Card Gnome: “Receive 10% of the price of a card (10¢ minimum). Never pay any fees, and setup is fast and free. Receive a payout once you accrue $10 in royalties…”
What Is An Independent Contractor? As the “gig economy” grows, we’re seeing more and more work at home independent contractor (aka freelancer) jobs. We expect this trend to continue. If you’d like to know more about independent contractor vs. employee status, Investopedia has a good post on it here.
Grants Coordinator – Friends of the Earth: Still recruiting. “You will be joining a development team that has achieved record success. Most of the growth in revenue, however, has been in our major donor, email and mail operations. The Grant portfolio is strong at approximately $2M per year. You will own the entire grants pipeline from helping to identify funders to receiving the checks… Experience Required: Bachelor’s or experience; 3 years of professional work experience; nonprofit experience preferred, but sales or proposal support work in the private sector valuable…”
Poll Takers – E-Poll: Take polls more oriented toward entertainment. Pays in PayPal cash or (if you prefer) gift cards. Work from anywhere. Another way to grab some extra dollars when you have some downtime.
Freelance Translator/Linguist – Glyph Language Services: “Successful candidates will be native speakers with an excellent command of English. Join our innovative and flourishing firm in ensuring our customers say what they actually mean to say to the global community. The English-to-(other language) Translator/Linguists will perform translation, proofreading and quality assurance tasks for ongoing and/or period translation projects.”
Typists and VR Editors – Dictate Express: “We do require testing before even accepting your application, this saves time for both of us. There are 4 tests: Spelling, Comma Use, Confusing Words, and a 4-minute audio transcription test. These tests are ‘open book,’ so passing scores are high (100% for Spelling, 90% for Comma Use and Confusing Words, and pass/fail review of the transcription test). You must pass each test in order to proceed to the next test. Be sure to read the instructions for each test carefully… Minimum production requirement of 45 minutes per day.”
Get Paid Up to $50 to Download Nielsen’s App – Nielsen (The TV/Radio ratings company) – “For each mobile device you register you will receive up to $50 a year,” the company says. For consumer trend data, Nielsen will pay you to install an undetectable app on your smartphone, computer or tablet. The app 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.
Interpreters – Various Languages – LanguageLine: “Telephone/Video Interpreter is responsible for handling calls on demand, and renders the meaning of conversations between speakers of the language and English speakers. The interpreter breaks the communication barrier in a wide range of industries that LanguageLine Solutions serves: Healthcare, Government, Insurance, Financial, Utilities, Travel & Hospitality, General Business, Law Enforcement, Court, and 911.”
Grab Extra Cash with Your Phone — Just download the app, scan your receipts, get cash rewards fast – Ibotta: Up to $20 in welcome bonuses. Get cash rewards for purchases at Walmart, Food Lion, Costco, CVS and hundreds more. Free. Cash via PayPal, Venmo, or gift card (your preference). Food Assistance Program purchases also eligible. (The link is RRR’s affiliate link, and we’ll receive a small commission if you use it. Helps us keep the computers on. Thank you!)
Work from Home Patient Services Reps – TriWest Healthcare Alliance: “Applicants must be located in the CST, MST, or PST time zone.” TriWest manages health benefits for the US Department of Veterans Affairs. They’re seeking people to help vets get connected to health care in their community. College is not required. Comprehensive benefits package. Pay is not listed, but Glassdoor lists the rate at $16/hour.
Earn Extra Cash Doing Tasks Locally – TaskRabbit: Whatever your skill, “TaskRabbit notifies you of potential jobs nearby. Select the one you want to complete. Confirm details with your Client. Complete the work and submit your invoice…”
Survey Takers – Springboard America: Pays up to $5 cash per survey. Also pays $2 per successful referral. Pays in points redeemable for PayPal cash (as mentioned in their “Terms and Conditions”). If you prefer, you can be paid in Visa cards or Amazon gift cards.
Virtual Assistants – My BTLR: “Our executive assistants are responsible for providing a wide variety of support services to clients. The EA may delegate some or all of his/her work, acting as a single point of contact for other EAs when applicable. Often, the EA serves in the role of an executive assistant, personal assistant or administrative assistant to clients… Core Skills: Strong administrative and organizational skills; professional verbal and written communication… minutes and notes taking… calendar management and scheduling… working knowledge of MS Office including Excel, Word, Outlook, and Powerpoint…”
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