Saturday, April 13, 2019

54 of the best legit work from home sites and get paid via Paypal weekly or daily

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Here Best work from home companies, that hire always freelancers and nomads to  work with them, flexible hours and good payout rates offered.

 

1. The Penny Hoarder Work-From-Home Job Portal

If you’re looking for a trusted work-from-home job search site, this is your best bet. Why? Because The Penny Hoarder’s editorial staff hand-picks and screens all the opportunities listed, and, well, we’ve got strict guidelines in place.
Pop into the job board — no account creation required — and search by keyword or job title and location. (Some work-from-home jobs have location requirements, so you can weed those out if needed.)
Each listing includes details about the hiring company, the job requirements, the qualifications, the benefits and the pay — as long as the information is available.
Job listings are added to the portal daily, so you’ll always find new opportunities.

2. ZipRecruiter

This is perhaps the easiest site to navigate on this list, hence why we’ve listed it first.
Click over to ZipRecruiter to find your geo-tailored work-from-home job. (Even some work-from-home job opportunities have location restrictions.)
As soon as you start your search, you’ll see the average salary for work-from-home jobs in your area. This will help you know what to expect. Peruse the listings to find information about the company, the pay and the employment type. You’ll find details about requirements as well as information about how to apply.
ZipRecruiter will even let you know if you qualify for the position based on your credentials.
If you’re not yet ready to take the plunge and submit your resume, you can always save the job for later and move on to the next.
(Psst… There’s also an app for that. Download the ZipRecruiter app for job updates.)

3. AngelList

If you’re looking to work in the startup world, this site can be a great place to start your remote journey. It features nearly 25,000 startups with open positions.
Sign up, and create a profile by uploading your resume or manually filling in your job experience. Then start browsing open positions.
Job categories include developer, designer, marketing and sales. The site has featured jobs from companies including Everlane, SeatGeek and Stripe.
If you click the star next to a job and the company stars your profile, you’ll connect via email, where you can send a more tailored and personalized cover letter and resume.

4. FlexJobs

Tired of those too-good-to-be-true postings that really are too good to be true?
FlexJobs screens each posting — more than 30,000 of them — to be sure each company is reputable.
Choose to search for jobs by location. There, select the “Can be Done From Anywhere” option, and scan the endless listings.
Fluent in another language? Check out the number of telephone interpreter postings. Interested in words? Browse all the SEO and news writing jobs.
But here’s the catch: To get the full details of a job listing, apply or access other perks (like the skills test), you must sign up for a $14.95-per-month membership.
This is the only site on our list that’ll cost you, but the quality of its listings might be worth the price tag. Take a look to see whether you find enough openings relevant to your experience before signing up, and once you find the right gig, be sure to cancel your membership!

5. Glassdoor

Glassdoor is all about transparency, a welcome quality when you’re researching potential employers. Find company ratings, salaries and even information about the hiring process, including actual job interview questions.
Start typing “remo…” in the location search box, and “Remote (Work From Home), US” will pop up. If you don’t designate an interest area, the site will display more than 4,000 jobs.
Some job titles include customer success managers, marketing coordinators and data engineers.

6. Indeed

Boasting the position of “world’s #1 job site” (according to itself at least), Indeed will likely offer you the most comprehensive search. Not only do employers post jobs directly to Indeed, the interface aggregates job postings from thousands of other sites.
Although you’ll need patience to sort through the listings (and need to sniff out the ones that aren’t so legit), the search options are endless and the jobs are varied: personal assistants, social media managers, voiceover artists and food bloggers.
Simply search “remote” in the location bar. But watch out for the sponsored listings at the top and bottom of the page — they might not fit your search criteria.

7. Jobspresso

Because Jobspresso only lists remote jobs, you don’t have to trudge through contingencies and fine print in a job listing — you’ll know it’s actually a work-from-home job.
Simply select “Browse Jobs,” and either choose all remote jobs or search by a career category. Keep an eye on location — some positions require you to work in a certain time zone or state.
Chug your espresso, and start exploring all the options: writer (celebrity beats included), brand manager and web developer positions abound.

8. PowerToFly

This site aims its services at stay-at-home mothers and women who want to find a flexible job that offers a decent work-life balance.
Fill out a profile, and start perusing. You’re encouraged to think of it as LinkedIn; select “happily employed” if you are just that, but it never hurts to keep the door open for something better.
You’ll find a specific “Remote Jobs” category you can select to search.

9. Remote OK

Remote OK aggregates remote job listings for “digital nomads” from other sites such as Stack Overflow and Indeed. You’ll find mostly technology-based gigs, but there’s an option to search “non-tech.”
Under each category, the jobs are listed by posting date. You can also sign up for daily, weekly or monthly emails or automated updates.

10. Remotive

Yes, that’s “remote” + “productive.”
This site focuses exclusively on remote job listings, so simply select your desired category of profession (education, engineering or human resources, among others). Clicking on “Apply for Job” will take you directly to the company’s site.
After your initial search, stay on top of new job listings by signing up for a weekly or monthly email update.

11. Skip The Drive

Although many of these listings link back to Indeed, this site’s filter options can help you refine your search and find jobs that best fit your skills and interests.
You’ll see full-time, part-time or contract work in a variety of categories including account management, consulting, finance and recruiter. Once you choose your niche, filter jobs by posting date to avoid reading expired listings.
As a fun bonus, the site helps you calculate how much money and time you’ll save each year by working from home.

12. Stack Overflow

Although this site is mostly known as a message board for developers, it also hosts a number of location-independent gigs.
Head on over to “Developer Jobs” at the top left of your screen. You can also search by contract gig or permanent options.

13. Virtual Vocations

The site will ask you to log in or register (and will interrupt your search until you do so), but the search filters are worth the time it takes to sign up.
Use the left-hand toolbar to filter job postings by category, geographic restriction, type, weekly hours, career level, education level, travel requirements and date posted.
As you click your selections, postings will update automatically. You’ll see jobs in a number of categories including editing, fundraising, legal, nursing, real estate and even travel.
Its Twitter feed also regularly updates with new job postings.

14. We Work Remotely

This site might not share as many jobs as others, but it hosts some of the more quirky opportunities.
Take, for example, a company called Eating Europe, seeking a content marketing manager. Or there’s the iPhone Photography School; it was needing a customer service agent.
Searching is simple. On the homepage, scroll through to find the appropriate job category, and click to see all listings. Or follow the site on Twitter.

15. Working Nomads

Comb through remote job listings based on your interest area: development, design, customer success, management, writing or system administrator.

The curated job postings are mostly focused around tech-related work, so you’ll see lots of positions with titles such as JavaScript architect, Python software developer and front-end engineer.

16. Airbnb Host

Have an extra room in the house? Try renting it out on Airbnb.com. According to Smart Asset, you can pay up to 81% of your rent by listing one room in a two-bedroom home. If you're really looking to ring in the cash, renting out a private home or apartment is the way to go. According to Smart Asset's findings, rates for full apartments are significantly higher than those for just rooms, with annual profits ranging from $15,000 to $31,000 for a two-bedroom apartment.

17. Babysitter

If you love kids, sign up for Care.com or SitterCity to spend a few hours a week babysitting. These websites verify both babysitters and those seeking sitters with background checks, so you can ensure you're conversing with a reliable source. Babysitting rates vary based on years of experience, number of children, and hours per week. According to ZipRecruiter, the average hourly rate for a babysitter is $28. Use Care.com's calculator to plug in your experience and find out how much your should be making an hour as a babysitter.

3. Music Reviewer

Who knew you could be paid to listen to music? Slicethepie is the largest paid review site on the internet that pays you to listen to music and write detailed reviews. How much you'll earn per review varies by the quality of your review. A.k.a. the more detailed and constructive, the better. The minimum payment is $10, so once you've reviewed enough songs to earn at least $10, your money will be sent to you via a direct payments on PayPal.

4. Customer-Service Rep

Some companies like 1-800flowers.com outsource customer-service operations to third-party companies who then hire home-based workers or "agents" to take calls and orders. When you call 1-800-flowers, you may be speaking with Rebecca Dooley, a retired police officer and employee of Alpine Access, a major call-center service. When you dialed the number to 1-800-flowers, your call was automatically routed to Rebecca's spare bedroom in Colorado.
Alpine Access currently employs more than 5,000 work-at-home customer-service agents who take in-bound calls (there's no outbound or cold calling) for dozens of companies. "This works perfectly for me because I can set up my hours around my family's busy lifestyle," says Dooley, who usually works 20 to 32 hours a week, depending on her schedule.
While the typical rate is $9-10 per hour, Alpine Access agents who work more than 20 hours a week are eligible for benefits plus a 401k program when they have worked for over 1,000 hours. Although, some companies consider their staff independent contractors and do not provide benefits. Some other companies that hire virtual call agents include:

    5. Telemarketer

    To qualify for this job, it's best to be a skillful communicator, well-organized, and have customer service experience. Some companies outsource their cold-calling campaigns to third parties who hire home-based workers to place the calls.

    Writer, Editor, or Proofreader


    Everyone says you're a fantastic writer, so isn't it about time you got paid? According to Durst, Good writing is in demand, especially for online content. Good freelance writing websites to find job listings include JournalismJobs.comupwork.com, and MediaBistro.com. If you have experience as a copy editor, writer, or proofreader, go to editfast.com to find freelance opportunities in these areas. Rates average at $32, $28, and $26 an hour for remote writingediting, and proofreading jobs, respectively.

    9. Cyber Crafter

    If you're a crafter, the internet is your showcase — and not only at auction sites like eBay. DeWitt Young of ObviousFront.etsy.com has had success turning her crafts into cash online. She has a booth at Etsy.com's Craft Mall, an amazing place where thousands of artisans and crafters offer their goods for sale. DeWitt turns salvaged parts from old TVs and VCRs into artsy necklaces, earrings, and figures. Colleen Jordan of wearableplanter uses 3D printing to create her necklaces called wearable planters.
    If you need a little help kicking off your projects, Shapeways is a 3D printing company with simple apps to help you customize your own designs, anything from a wedding band in rose gold, a vase in ceramic, or your own bobble head printed in full color. All for the purpose of generating sales.

    10. Online Guide or Expert

    If your friends look to you for advice on things you're passionate about, such as how to choose the best car, repair appliances, or make a killer cheesecake, listen up: No matter what your area of expertise is, consider becoming an online expert guide.
    Guides are freelancers with an ability to communicate well. At JustAnswer.com, users agree to pay for the answers to their questions from trusted sources like vets, lawyers, doctors, and more. As a guide, you'll be paid a percentage of the pre-negotiated price per answer and for the number of answers you provide.

    11. Virtual Assistant

    Many small business owners and mid- to executive-level professionals need personal assistants, but may not be able to afford a permanent position on the payroll. The solution: Hire people from remote locations to do their administrative work.
    Virtual assistants handle all kinds of administrative projects, including travel arrangements, event planning, correspondence and other support services that can be done remotely via e-mail and phone.
    According to Lynne Norris of NorrisBusinessSolutions.com, who works out of her home in Pennsylvania as a virtual assistant, the rates for VAs run about $25 to $75 or more an hour, though ZipRecruiter calculates the average hourly rate at $19. According to Norris, the startup costs of this work from home job can range from about $500 to $1,000, assuming you have an up-to-date computer and printer.
    If you have children, virtual assistant positions are highly flexible. "My children are happy that I don't miss the important things in their lives," Norris says. Check out the International Virtual Assistants Associationvirtualassistantjobs.com, and teamdoubleclick.com for more information.

    12. Online Tutor

    If you have a college degree and the skills to tutor students online in math, science, English, or language, this is a perfect fit. Go to Tutor.com — tutors who work for the company and have passed their probationary period can earn $10 to $14 an hour.
    According to Durst, "Skype and other web interface tools are bringing English language instructors face-to-face with students from around the world." Plus, as a virtual tutor, you can chose your own schedule — so if you want to get in a quick session while the kids are napping, by all means.

    13. eNeighbor

    Maybe you've already secured your stay at home job and are looking for a way to make even more money. Well, if you consider your neighbors like family and they trust you enough to help them out while they're at work, sign up up for eNeighbr.

    The site allows you to accept and hold shipments for your neighbors when they're away, so items don't get stolen. Every eNeighbr is verified and each package is insured up to $300, so they can relax knowing that your belongings are in good hands.

    14. Cooking Host

    Sites like CookeningEatWith, and MealSharing are to restaurants what Airbnb is to hotels. Sign up as a host to earn dough by cooking and serving meals to guests in your home. It's up to you what you want to cook and how many people you can accommodate. Cooks are paid directly through the site, so no cash ever changes hands. The earning potential for becoming a cooking host is $50-$100 per meal.

    15. Data Entry Clerk

    Sign up with sites like Clickworker and The Smart Crowd to complete virtual jobs like data research, data entry, translation, and testing. According to ZipRecruiter, the average hourly rate for this position is $19.

    16. Petsitter

    DogVacayRover, and Petsit match dog sitters with people who need someone to watch their fur babies while they're out of town. Sitters set their own rates and hours, and can choose to watch the pups in their own home or at the owner's place. According to Pettsitter.com, most pet sitters earn between $14 and $19 an hour.

    17. Creative Service Provider

    If you have a marketable skill, no matter how small or obscure, you can likely sell it for $5 at creative marketplaces like Fiverrr. Members offer everything from cover letter writing services to psychic readings to video game coaching. Most listings start at $5 per hour.

    18. Car Rental Provider

    Getaround is the sharing economy's answer to rental agencies. The company allows you to rent out your car on an hourly or daily basis, starting at $5 an hour. Depending on your vehicle's market value, you set the price per hour, and Getaround takes a 40% cut to cover 24/7 roadside assistance and driver insurance. According to the Getaround, earning potential for renting your car when you're not using it is up to $1,000 a year.

    19. Transcriber

    Head over to TranscribeMe to earn up to $22 per audio hour for transcribing files, with top monthly earnings reaching $2,200. Competitors like Scribie pay about $5 to $25 per hour, and some Fiverrr members offer medical transcription services for $30 per audio hour.

    20. Website or App Tester

    Virtual workers visit and explore new websites, perform various simple tasks on the site, and provide feedback and critiques. UserTesting, for instance, pays you $10 via PayPal for everyone 20-minute round of testing you complete. You can earn up to $60 per test, and it's up to you how much work you'd like to take on each month.
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