Work from Home Jobs & Extra Cash – Nov. 5, 2019
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Work from Home Freelance Writers – Vivial: “$20 per 300 word post… Must have experience writing short, snappy blog posts or marketing and product copy; experience adapting your writing style to multiple audiences and demographics; must understand the basics of SEO and how to utilize keywords in body and headline text…”
100+ Work from Home Jobs at Cigna — Benefits included. If you’d like to work for a larger company with benefits, Cigna has 100+ work from home positions open. Roles include Provider Relations Representative, Medical Records Coder, RN, LPN, Social Worker, IT positions and many more. Pay varies by position.
Freelance Location Photographers – Dotdash/TripSavvy.com: “TripSavvy.com is currently seeking travel photographers to shoot in multiple cities all over the world… $30 per location… You’ll be shooting anywhere from 4 -12 categories, focusing on subjects such as Museums, Things To Do, Airports, Restaurants, Hotels, etc…”
Answer Simple Questions for Cash – Opinion Outpost: Answer simple opinion questions for cash or (if you prefer) Amazon or other gift cards. Automatic entry in $10,000 sweepstakes every three months. Another legitimate side-income option.
Work from Home Web Developer – Foreign Policy: “The ideal candidate should have a solid understanding of user-centered design and user-experience best practices. You should be able to evaluate a project through the eyes of our readers and identify any areas that a reader may find confusing or frustrating, and build it in a way that is modern and sustainable as the web develops…”
Work from Home K-12 Spanish Adjunct Teacher – FCA: Hiring from FL. “Highly qualified and certified to teach Spanish in Florida (appropriate to grade level and subject responsibilities). Professional Teaching Certification required. ESOL endorsement or certification is required…”
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.
Snap Your Grocery Receipts, Send, Get Extra Income (For Android) (For iOS) — Fetch: Fetch is all about rewards for grocery receipts (Visa gift cards, Amazon gift cards, etc.). If you decide to sign up, be sure to use RRR’s special code FETCH2K to get an extra 2,000 points (as we write, 1,000 points = $1, so that’s $2). 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.
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. We’ve never seen them seek this category of applicants before. Not sure how long it will last, so apply or share quickly if interested.
Work from Home P/T Speech Language Pathologist – Connections Academy: Hiring from CA. “Must be licensed in the state of California. MA or MS in Speech Language Pathology and ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence. Valid state and/or Department of Education Licensure in Speech…” Pathology
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.”
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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.
Working from Home With Kids – Tips, Tricks & Techniques — By RRR Co-Founder Chris, Mom of 2 — OK, let me start by saying, working from home is not a replacement for childcare! If you try to juggle work and children without a plan to do it well, you’ll probably end up feeling like you’re letting down your kids and your employer/clients. With certain types of jobs, you can blend the two into a “mostly harmonious” goulash. With other jobs, it’s nearly impossible. So, here are a few of my thoughts on the topic…
Make Up to $18+/Hr. Delivering in Your Car for Postmates – If you’re looking for a side gig, Postmates is hiring Couriers to make local deliveries in their own cars. You’ll be taking food or merchandise to customers on your own schedule. Pays a median of $19/hr. during peak times, the company says, though the average range appears to be about $9-$15 — depending on location, surge pricing, etc.
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…”
CareDrivers – HopSkipDrive: Got a 4-door car less than 10 years old? Make extra money by driving kids locally. “Becoming a CareDriver is a great way set your own hours, support our future generations, and get paid. CareDrivers earn up to $32* per hour, plus bonuses…”
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.
Mystery Shoppers – Second to None: “Work is made available on an assignment-by-assignment basis. As an Independent Contractor, you have full choice in deciding to accept or decline assignments as they become available. Second To None offers shopping assignments across North America and we welcome you to join our national independent contractor network…”
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