Looking to make a little extra money this holiday season? One way that you may be able to earn extra spending money from home is to apply for a work-at-home job via Amazon’s Virtual Contact Center! Amazon is currently hiring for seasonal, full time customer service associate positions.
In order to apply, you must have a home residence in Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Virginia.
*Base compensation is $10/hour.
Here are some requirements in order to apply:
- High School Diploma or equivalent
- Basic typing, phone, and computer navigation skills
- Ability to navigate the Internet, email, and Instant Messenger tools
- 1+ years in a service environment dealing with the public
- High speed hard wired internet (5 MB/second, no WiFi)
- Landline phone line for work only
Wondering if you should apply? Check out these previous comments from Hip2Save readers…
The Amazon jobs that are currently listed (seasonal) are legitimate work from home jobs. I had worked for them last year and got hired on as a reserve customer service agent. There is no need for a landline phone and I never had to speak with anyone! I did everything online even the hiring event which was basically “you’re hired” was online. All paperwork was completed online with the exception of the I-9 and they actually set all that up to. The training is self paced and you get to decide how many hours you spend doing the training. Great job!
Thank you so much for the post about Amazon work from home positions! I was afraid I was not going to be able to work for them due to the full time schedule they sent to me; however, I received a phone call on Sunday offering me a permanent part time position! I did not have to drive the two hours to the Amazon facilities – they actually allowed me to have the forms notarized and scanned to them. It was such a blessing and I’m so thankful for your post!
(Thanks, The Penny Hoarder!)