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Learn how to make money walking from your bedroom to your desktop with these remote jobs.

 

 Find out which keywords to use when searching for a work-from-home position.

Learn how to find remote positions near you.  

Apply to legitimate work-from-home jobs today!

 

Nowadays, there are multiple ways to make income from the privacy of your home. Whether you are a college student, retiree, or like the comfort of your sofa more than an office, remote jobs, known as work-from-home jobs, not only provide extra cash when you need it but can lead to more prominent roles and financial stability. Below is a list of work-from-home jobs.

 

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Work from Home Jobs

 

Amazon

Technical Support Associates (TSAs) are technology experts and foster a culture of innovation and agility to raise the bar for technical support in an evolving environment of interconnected devices and services.
Average hourly earnings: $15+
Work experience required: N/A
Training requirement: E-training

 

Ciox Health

Assign ICD-10-CM codes to diagnoses from the care plans and documentation submitted by the client. Must have CD-10 Home Health and OASIS Certification.
Average hourly earnings: $19
Work experience required: 2+ years
Training requirement: N/A

 

Concentrix

Respond to inbound phone calls, provide live demos with customers on video, and translate tech speak into everyday terms.
Average hourly earnings: $18
Work experience required: 1+ year
Training requirement: E-training

 

Dish Network/Sling TV

Install/upgrade cutting-edge technology, relocate power, place mounts, satellite dishes, televisions, routers, cameras, receivers, whole-home connectivity technology, and many more products/services.
Average hourly earnings: $14
Work experience required: N/A
Training requirement: Online

 

Enterprise Holdings

Responsible for answering questions, researching reservations, and billing. Must be able to handle 80-100 incoming calls.
Average hourly earnings: $14 plus bonuses/benefits
Work experience required: 1+ years
Training requirement: 3 weeks in-person

 

Intuit

Use video communication software (SmartLook) to interact with customers and help TurboTax customers with tax advice, return preparation, product/software inquiries, and tax calculations.
Average hourly earnings: $20
Work experience required: 2+ years
Training requirement: E-training

 

 

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Prime Therapeutics

Receive incoming calls from members, pharmacies, and doctor’s offices, and investigate and resolve inquiries while adhering to HIPPA guidelines. High School Diploma or GED required and one year of customer service experience.
Average hourly earnings: $10
Work experience required: 1+ years
Training requirement: E-training

 

ProEdit, Inc.

Create online learning modules, live web-based training sessions, and training guides. Must be proficient in Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate.
Average hourly earnings: $30
Work experience required: Bachelor’s Degree, samples required
Training requirement: N/A

 

QKids

Teach a classroom of up to 4 students between 5-12 years of age through an online platform—no lesson planning required.
Average hourly earnings: $20
Work experience required: Bachelor’s degree or certificate
Training requirement: E-training

 

VIP Kid

Teach 25-minute online English lessons to students.
Average hourly earnings: $22
Work experience required: N/A
Training requirement: E-training and mock class.

 

Career Builder

Various remote jobs across the county
Average hourly earnings: Varies
Work experience required: Varies
Training requirement: N/A

 

 

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During your search, it is a clever idea to sign-up for job e-mail alerts to ensure you do not miss any opportunities. You have the option of receiving these notifications on a daily or weekly basis.

 

If you feel more tech-savvy, many companies offer mobile apps that send push notifications directly to your phone. If there are any companies we left out, let us know at The Voice of Black Cincinnati.

 

 

 

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Work from Home Frequently Asked Questions

 

What keywords should I use when searching for a work-from-home position?

 

In your search, include terms like Remote, Telecommute, Virtual, Freelance, Work Remotely, Home-based, or Work from Home. Be sure to have at least one of these keywords so that it does not restrict your search.

 

Also, it is helpful to explore search engines dedicated to work-from-home positions, such as Flexjobs, Indeed, ZipRecruiter, and Glassdoor. When searching, if a regular search is not showing the results you are satisfied with, it is a good idea to perform an advanced search.

 

How do I find a legitimate work-from-home job?  

 

A broad search could add hundreds of unwanted results and additional time to your job search. Not all work-from-home jobs are offered by companies that are out of state.

 

There are many local companies offering opportunities in various fields that may be of interest to you. According to glassdoor.com, the top companies to work remotely for include VIPKID, TTEC, Dell, Kelly Services, and Intuit. Check out the link for a complete listing of leading companies.

 

How do I know if a work-from-home company is legit?

 

It is easy to fall into the trap of illegitimate companies offering a chance of a lifetime, only for you to realize that it was all a scam. Scammers realize that there are millions of Americans out there searching for ways to make extra money and they would love to get their hands on your personal information and leave you as a victim of identity theft.

 

Thoroughly investigate the name of the company to ensure that it is reputable. A simple Google search or BBB search will guide you through this confusion.

 

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Remember, when searching for remote positions, be sure to check the source of the listing. Go Phish! (or not!) Phishing sites are designed to look natural, but they’re created to be harmful. These phishing (or spammy) sites may potentially download viruses onto your computer or mobile device. The Federal Trade Commission has excellent tips on how to spot a phishing scam.

 

When you apply for Cincinnati Remote Jobs, remember these tips, and you’ll be on your way to securing your future career. Happy searching!

 

 

Written by: Crystal Kendrick

 

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Crystal Kendrick is the publisher of The Voice of Black Cincinnati. With a vision to educate, recognize and create opportunities for African Americans in the region, Crystal oversees all content creation and publication, ensuring each piece aligns with the outlet's mission to inform, engage, and inspire. A lifelong advocate for community engagement and empowerment, Crystal's leadership steers The Voice of Black Cincinnati toward being a pivotal platform to find community resources, local Black-owned businesses, culturally relevant events, jobs with equal opportunity employers and scholarship for higher education. Connect with Crystal on LinkedIn to explore her experiences and contributions to Cincinnati's media landscape.