10 Best Work From Home Jobs You Can Get Right Now


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A lot of people right now are probably sitting at home bored out of their minds, having exhausted their supply of watchable movies and feeling what we might call the “isolation blues.”

Some folks are no doubt worried out of their minds, because they aren’t out working and don’t have much of a financial safety. So we are going to tell you who’s hiring right now.

Some of the jobs require the person to have a great deal of experience already, but others don’t need any experience, all you needed is a high school diploma.

Below I have listed 10 best work from home jobs you can get right now and earn decent money.

1. Customer Support Representative
2. Transcriptionist
3. Chat Agent
4. Copywriter
5. Search Engine Evaluator
6. Content Moderator
7. Online Tutor
8. Translator
9. Website/App User Testing
10. Survey Taker

1. Customer Support Representative
You can see job requirements, such as this one that is currently on Glassdoor: “Candidate should have the drive to learn and excel in their position. Communication is the key to building relationships with the medical providers.”

Ok, so you have to be self-motivated and good at communicating, but you can get this work right now! We found many jobs that paid between eight and fifteen dollars per hour depending on where they were based. 

Many of these jobs are part-time and others are temporary positions, which might just be ideal for someone who’s been asked to take some time off from their other job.


2. Transcriptionist
Transcription work also looks to be a growing industry based on the number of job posts we found, and it’s yet another where workers are able to do their job from home.

Plenty of companies are still looking for remote transcription work, and you will find lots of companies. 

If listening to audio and accurately typing it out sounds like your kind of job, then we have good news because you can often get $15-$22 per audio hour or more. Beside the money, the real beauty of this job is you can usually choose the number of hours you want to work.

3. Chat Agent
Most of us have been online and needed some kind of help and the robot you were connected with just wasn’t up to the job.

If you’re like us then you were eventually directed to a real life human to chat with, and this is yet another perfect job you can do from home. Look for “chat agent work” and you’ll find tons of job postings.

The pay seems to be anything from ten bucks an hour to 15 bucks an hour.

4. Copywriter
Alright, maybe you’re not the best on the phone, or over chat, or just at communication in general, but you’re a great writer! But you’re thinking you could never make money writing.

Wrong! Turn your job search to “Entry Level Copywriting Jobs.” Ok, some of these jobs do require experience, but others will just ask that you have good writing skills. Some of the easiest writing work to started with is product description.

When you shop online there’s almost always a description of the thing you want to buy. Well, someone like you, probably working at home, actually wrote that description. You can go to websites where people post jobs that can be done remotely, and we are talking about all kinds of jobs.

5. Search Engine Evaluator
What’s that, writing isn’t your thing? Well we’ve got three words for you: Search Engine Evaluation. It’s basically typing a search word into a search engine and then evaluating the results.

Analyzing things like whether the websites that came up were relevant to the search word. There are lots of companies posting Search Engine Evaluation jobs and there are many you could do right now from your home.

In the U.S., people doing this job will usually be getting paid $12 to $15 per hour.


6. Content Moderator
Keeping with the theme of internet focused jobs, next up is content moderation. In the simplest terms, it means looking at content that gets posted online and determining whether it meets certain criteria or should be taken down.

Some of you have heard about issues the teams of contracted moderators that worked with Facebook experienced, mostly due to the graphic nature of content they had to review but the world of moderating is bigger than just Facebook.

Think about how many different forums, boards, and comment sections there are on the web and almost all of them need to be moderated. We found several websites hiring right now, and we think if you are mature, intelligent, reliable, ethical, you stand a good chance of becoming a moderator.

7. Online Tutor
If moderation isn’t for you, but you’re either really good at certain subjects in schools or great at picking up a subject and explaining it to others, then online tutoring might just be the perfect job for you. 

It is one of the best work from home job you can do even while you are studying.

In addition to tutoring on regular subjects like math, science, and history, there are also lots of opportunities for tutoring on English. 

We found many jobs that basically require you to have conversations with people in English, correcting mistakes and helping to make your student feel comfortable conversing in English.

8. Translator
While we’re on the topic of language, are you fluent in a second language?If you are, then you should also be looking at “translation jobs”.

There are expert translators in the world who are highly skilled, but they often only take on huge or difficult projects, leaving lots of smaller and easier translation jobs for the average, run of the mill, multilingual, work from home person.

One job we found online was translating English to Korean. This was the job description. “Simple text translation. The articles do not have to be translated 100% exactly using the dictionary etc. 

The sense and logic of sentences must be preserved.” That’s it, so if you have a good grasp of Korean and English you could do that job easily.

We found a bunch of similar jobs, and while six to eight dollars an hour isn’t that great, it’s the kind of job you can do while hanging out at home with some music playing in the background.


9. Website/App User Testing
Speaking of jobs you can do while relaxing with some music playing, do a search for “Website and app testing jobs” and you will find a bunch of companies that hire people to test websites.

This is one of the easiest jobs we found, since all you’re required to do is go to a website or use an app and then provide some feedback as to what your experience was like. Did all the functions work, was it easy to navigate, etc.

The problem with these gigs is they are sporadic, but if you sign up to multiple companies out there offering this service, you might find yourself getting regular work.

The pay is usually ten bucks for 20 minutes of work. Not a bad hourly rate if you can get enough work to fill your days.

10. Survey Taker
Similar to testing jobs, surveys are another great work from home job. Yep, you actually can get paid just for completing surveys.

There are plenty of them out there, but we should warn you that this is probably the lowest paying of all the jobs on this list, but it’s still extra money and just about anyone can do it.

One of the biggest issues with this work is that many of the websites won’t pay you in cash, but in some form of gift card or vouchers. 

Not an ideal situation when you’ve just lost your job and your landlord won’t accept a Cheesecake Factory gift card in lieu of rent.

Again, not the best, and the issue is that you’ll probably be hard pressed to find enough surveys to fill a day, so don’t count on this as a full time job. But again, when you need money every little bit can help.


Finally, there’s a number of websites that offer miscellaneous freelance work, and you never know what will pop up that relates to the skills you have. There might even be jobs posted right now that require a skill you have that you didn’t even know was something people pay for.

Websites like freelancer, upwork, flex jobs, and even Craigslist are filled with random tasks people need completed, many of which can be done from home, with minimal experience, and don’t require a college degree.

If you have more work from home ideas which can pay better, please let us know in the comment section below.

Happy Reading!


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