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35 WAH Jobs That Pay $10 Or More Per Hour

 

 

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My research brought me to this post. My first encounters with any type of work from home opportunities were always in finding professional-level employment. Believe it or not, most of the opportunities I run across are for professional-level workers.

I am quite often frustrated by news reports doing their statistic waltz about what the job market is doing regarding experienced or degreed workers. From my vantage point, there is no job shortage! Has there been a job re-classification and re-location? Absolutely! Jobs are online now more than ever, and those seeking employment in most fields would be wise to perform their searches under ‘remote/contract’ work.

I also advise individuals to seek fields that are popular, or that we know are not disappearing: Stop wasting time and money on schooling for jobs that are disappearing!! That is not to say, ‘Stop following your passion’! If you enjoy ant farming, have at it! Just don’t be surprised when your chosen field makes no money for your efforts! We must keep up with the times and technology.

The best method to ensure you are in the running for a decent salary in today’s job market is to learn the skills necessary in-demand for the latest jobs, or jobs that are gaining in popularity. That’s easier said than done, Eh? Requirements on the job have changed quite a bit with some companies even going so far as to evaluate credit reports! How ludicrous!

 

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So what skills are necessary to succeed in today’s job market? These are the skills I see requested most frequently;

  • Customer Service
  • Computer Literate
  • Social Media Management
  • SEO Proficiency
  • Computer Programming/Design
  • Data Entry Skill (35 wpm +)
  • Sales
  • Coding Ability
  • Interpersonal Skill
  • Communication skill
  • Project Management
  • Self Starter
  • Organization
  • IT
  • Transferrable Skill(s)
  • Critical Thinking
  • Problem Solving
  • Flexibility
  • Work well under pressure
  • Team player

If you possess half of the skills listed, you are on your way to a lucrative career. Those who possess all or most of the skills listed will be at the top of the food chain so to speak with regard to pay and job security. As long as you are alive, you can learn! If there are skills you need, go get them! There are even sites online that teach you things for FREE (my favorite!) or at a reasonable (so they say) price. For instance, Code Academy teaches coding modules FREE!

I went to work for you all and located some FREE resources to receive necessary job training. It is still a possibility to do things FREE….have I not proved that a few times already? ??? Don’t shy away from the new job market, you can gain the skills necessary to be successful! No matter your age nor your current status in life, there is an opportunity for you! Okay, so here’s that list I mentioned;

 

FREE Training Resources

Year Up –A platform that offers 1 year of schooling FREE to low-income young adults to succeed in professional careers and higher education.

free, one-year program includes:

6 months professional training in IT, Finance, or Customer Service
6 month corporate internship with a respected company
Up to 24 college credits
Weekly educational stipend throughout the program
Guidance and support from a staff advisor and professional mentor

Who Can Apply?
18-24 years old
High school graduate or GED recipient
Of low to moderate income
A U.S. Citizen, permanent resident, or have an employment authorization card
Available 5 days a week (Monday-Friday) for the full year of the program
Highly motivated to learn new technical and professional skills

Alison –An online platform with a large selection of training in

many specialties from IT to Customer Service. Modules are FREE!

Udemy –A Learning platform that has FREE courses.

Elsevier –Receive FREE skills training, access to lectures and

more. For publishers and journalists.

MVA –A FREE resource to learn IT and more. Taught by

professionals.

Infinite Skills –A platform that offers FREE computer training

videos.

Clear Thinking –FREE training in decision making.

Mind Tools –FREE Management and Leadership Training.

Hoot Suite –FREE training in social media.

Job Skill Share –Learn and Teach job skills online.

Master Management –FREE online Business Management

class. (Now, they tell me! ???)

The Training Bank –FREE Customer Service Training.

Search Engine –Resource to locate FREE SEO training.

 

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Concluding Thoughts: Don’t ever count yourself out of any opportunity. We have more options now compared to what we had years ago. Obtain those necessary skills to be successful! Once you learn something, it can never be taken from you! Higher paying jobs require more skill and training, and as you can see more experience on the job. Much Success on your work from home journey!

 

 

 

Jobs

Causeworx –Work in tele-fundraising for a Canadian based

organization. A USB headset and hard wide computer with high

speed internet. Pay is $11-$14/hour. (Canadian currency)

Worldwide.

Rosetta Stone –Language Coach wanted. Castilian Spanish

(Native speakers only), Dutch. Pay is $17/hour.

Timeetc –Work as a virtual assistant. Pay is said to be $11-$15

per hour depending on skills and experience. US/UK

World Travel Holdings –Book resort and cruise vacations from

home. Hired as an employee not a contractor. Full-Time only

(no less than 35 hours per week), pay is $11/hour paid every two

weeks. A headset is required and fees are involved. Please see site

for further details.

Worldwide 101 — Work as a virtual assistant. Pay is said to be

between $15-$20/hour. 3+ years of  professional corporate

experience preferred. Worldwide.

Measurement Inc –Score tests online. Pay is said to be more than

$10/hour. Bachelor Degree in any field a plus. USA.

Panda Tree –Tutuor students 5-15 years of age in Spanish and

Mandarin. Remote position. Work 10-25 hours per week.

Afternoons/evenings/weekends preferred. Earn $12+ per hour.

Degree preferred. USA and Canada.

VIP Kid –Become a tutor and earn $7-$9 per lesson. A Native

English speaker with a North American Accent preferred. Bachelor

Degree in a relevant field required. Must be available to teach 15

sessions per week. Experience working with kids 5-12. On going

paid training available.

Red Butler –Virtual assistant/executive travel position. Pay is

said to be $12-$15/hour.

Pleio Good Start –Become a Good Starter and remind people to take

their medication.
– Independent contractors providing services to our clients must be

at least 18 years of age or older and can reside anywhere in the U.S.

except for Ohio, North Dakota, Washington or Wyoming.

Pay is said to be between $14-$18/hour.

We Tutor English –ESL Tutors Wanted. Bachelor Degree preferred,

but not required. Pay is said to be $10-$16/hour. USB headset

required.

Cambly –ESL Tutors wanted. Work on your own schedule.

Earn 17 cents per minute ($10.20/hour). Pays via PayPal.

Roadie –Become a Roadie Delivery Driver! Work when you want

to. must be at least 18 years of age with valid license and insurance.

local gigs pay $8-$50, where farther gigs or gigs with larger items

can pay to $400. You can also become verified to do ‘pet deliveries’.

Sales Roads –Seeking one proficient in Lead Generation and Sales.

According to Glassdoor, pay is said to be between $11-$14/hour plus

commission and incentives. Appointment setting/Work from home.

AB Global Translation–Seeking translators to work from home.

pay is around $10 + per hour.

Coding Network –Seeking qualified Coders to work from home.

Must have 3+ years coding experience in a specialty. Pay is said to

be $3,750/month. USA

Info Gain –Microsoft Dynamic CRM Architect wanted. This is a

remote position. Senior level experience required. Salary for such

positions is around $150,000+\annually.

World Pay –UK based.   Current openings include Customer Service

Reps, Sales Reps, National Sales Executives, Business Development,

and other position; MI, VA,GA, IL, OH, WI, TX, CA, TN, FL,

HI, CO, KS, AZ, NC, NJ. Customer support positions are not

remote. Salary to be between $27,000-$33,000/annually + depend-

ing on your position.

Parallon–CQR Specialist, PRN/As needed coder, Revenue Integerity

Analyst (RN required), Over Payment Analyst. Salary is said to be

$14/hour + depending on your position. Most positions are remote.

See site for further details.

Hallmark –Seeking Part-Time Field Merchandisers. Must be 18

years of age and live in the USA. Other open positions. Salary can

range from $8-$11/hour.

Crawford & Company –Property Damage Reviewers. Bachelors

Degree preferred or a minimum of two years experience in

construction industry and/or in property adjusting. California

based company with Global reach. Publicly Traded. (NYSE)

Insurance Claims. Salary will can range from $33,000-$71,000/

Annually. Says position is remote. See site for further details.

ESA –Seeking executive appointment setters/schedulers. Full-

Time and Part-Time available. Work from home position. Pay

starts at $12/hour.

Ginger –Become a listener. Company hires therapist/Counselors

to converse with callers who need someone to talk to. Not a

suicide hotline. Remote position. Pay is $15/hour.

Prep Now –Seeking tutors with at least 2 years teaching/tutoring

experience. 4-year Degree required from accredited university.

ACT/SAT prep. Pay is $15

Write Jobs –Seeking article writers for a variety of projects.

Pay is $12–$18/hour.

KSL –Sales Position. Customer Service/Marketing. Training

provided. Pay is $15.38/hour.

5CA –Customer Service/Gaming Support. Position is remote.

Salary info was not retrieved. Pay rumored to be $10+/hour.

Swale –Environmental Planner. Temporary/Remote. Pay is

$30/hour.

TTMA –Social Media Marketing Associate. 2+ years of social

media marketing experience. Bachelor Degree required. Full-

Time only. Remote position. Pay is $13-$16/hour.

GoalBook –Seeking Content Writer part-time/remote. 3+ years

teaching experience in a U.S. K-12 public school (either ELA,

Math and/or SPED) Passionate about teaching content area or

specialization. Bachelor Degree required. No salary information

was available, such positions have a median salary of $40,951 per

year.

Gold Star –Customer Service Specialist part-time. Approximately 25

hours a week working from home. Exact hours TBD in collaboration

with the selected candidate. Flexibility is a must, as is the ability to

work evenings, weekends and holidays. Ability to occasionally work

from our Pasadena office. Must live near Pasadena, CA. Pay is 

$18/hour.

Go Go Worldwide Vacations–Seeking 24/7 Services Consultant.

Must have 1 year travel experience and customer service. $32,000

base pay plus incentives and bonuses. $6k guarantee offered as

first year incentive. Position can be remote. Must live near

Ramsey, NJ.

Coaching Caller –This is a work from home position. A coach will

place calls to program participants for a distributor’s branch using a

supplied participant list. • The coach will role play the customers

Pledge of Excellence and critique each participant as they work

through all of the points in the Pledge. 10–25 hours per week.

Applicants must be 50+ and be residents of Central Ohio area.

Pay is $14/hour.

Sky Lean –Tech Support Specialist wanted. FT/PT. Customer

Service and-or Tech Support experience preferred. Remote

position. $12/hour.


AND;

JobSpresso –Marketing/Virtual Assistant. Part-Time 2–6 hours

per day. Eastern Standard Time Zone. 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday

with an hour or two per day on the weekends (flexible time). If you

consistently deliver great work, we can provide up to 30 hours of work

per week. Pay is $12-$16/hour. USA/Canada

CPA Moms –Seeking qualified CPAs. Must be licensed to qualify.

Senior-Level audit work. Avg. 20-30 hours/week. Avg. take home

pay is $30-$75/hour. California CPA license required.

 

 

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  3. Hi,

    This is an amazing resource you’ve created. I’m sure this will help a lot of people and it certainly will help me.

    It’s very true that in today’s world of internet and technology there are a lot of opportunities for people even if you don’t want to leave the comfort of your own home.

    I guess the problem is that so many people don’t feel like they have the right skills to take advantage of the modern jobs. You are doing a great thing collecting all of these great opportunities and showing people that they exist.

    Robert

    1. Hi, Robert. Thanks so much. I’m glad my research is not in vain. Lol. As long as you find the information you see here useful, I’m o the right track. I believe that many would prefer to work from home if they knew how. Thank you so much for vising today. Come back soon!

  4. Pretty good or well put together website about the reality of the job market in this day and age. It definitely speaks the truth about what everyone needs to know and should know in regards to seeking the type of work one hopes to or wishes to have—no what matter what walk of life, one is coming from. And like you mentioned, which is so very true, we should all strive for what we’re trying to attain and obtain (go after what we crave, so to speak, but we should remember that we must always keep up with technology—and I guess to be honest, there are going to be hurdles and disappointments at times we must face along the way.

    Thanks for putting it out there,

    Anthony

    1. Hi, Anthony. The job market is drastically changing…I just want people to know that there are options, but they must receive necessary training! We can’t keep spending money to go after careers that are disappearing…and its a waste of time. The changes are happening daily and we must be prepared to succeed. Thanks so much for commenting! 🙂

  5. Hi Audra,
    Great post on getting a role in a job that pays.
    The most important thing is getting the skills required to do your role. You’ve given some great help regarding free training resources here, thanks!
    Then the problem is getting into work as they all ask for experience these days but you can go voluntary to get the relevant experience, a company will then consider you.
    Simon.

    1. Hi, Simon. Thank you. I notice that many times on similar sites there are no resources listed with the job categories, so I thought that was something that needed to be added: not everyone knows how to search. Gaining that job experience is so important! I then would recommend ‘micro-job’ sites to gain experience. Thanks so much for stopping by. Come back soon! 🙂

  6. The things that’s happening with jobs disappearing is happening in Norway as well. We have to think new thoughts about our work possibilities and you’re helping me to see the opportunities out there with this post. Thanks for encouraging me so I don’t feel bad about myself for being 52 years and still wanted in the job market. Back here at home I’ve applied for several jobs and not getting one. I could work in the kinder garden but since I’m very sensitive I get quickly tired. So I want to succeed online instead. That’s the best for me. I also want to thank you for providing me links to lots of job opportunities.

    Tove

    1. Hi, Tove. I hope you take some time and look around. I’m hoping you can find something you’d like to do. You’re not the only person searching and continually disappointed! Many jobs are online more than people realize. Sending good vibes your way. Wishing you success! Thanks so much for stopping by. Please come again soon! 🙂

  7. I’m so happy to have read this post today! I’ve been looking for work at home jobs for a long time now, which led me to Wealthy Affiliate. While I wait for my site to bring in traffic, THESE are great opportunities to get some income! Especially the links to free/inexpensive training and schooling – what a great way to help people! I’m bookmarking this so I can return to it and take advantage of the resources you’ve researched for us! Thanks!

    1. Hi, Kenzie. Thanks so much for stopping by! I’m so glad you found a useful resource. Don’t we all love FREE? Lol The training is so important now considering many employers no longer provide training. Wishing you nothing but success on your work at home journey! Thanks again for dropping by, come back soon! 🙂

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