No Phone Required For These Work at Home Jobs
I can easily say that this is the most visited of my work at home jobs pages. There is something very appealing about working from home and not having to talk to anyone on the phone. I'm not sure why, maybe it's because you wouldn't have to have complete silence in the background and many of us have pets and kids (life of a mom!) — or some people are just really uncomfortable with speaking on the phone. I know for me – I have a big ole Labrador that feels compelled to bark at FedEx, UPS, the mailman, school buses — any vehicle that is big and loud makes my dog big and LOUD! And though I have been on the phone with clients before and doing customer support when she's barked, I was able to simple say… “It's bring your dog to work day!” and people were very nice about it.
Non Phone Jobs When No Background Noise Isn't an Option
However, there are many work at home jobs that require COMPLETE silence with no distractions whatsoever. And I get that — you're representing their company and they don't want a customer on one end of the phone and a flustered parent with a baby crying in the background being the voice of their company. I can appreciate that because I know if I were calling about a stolen credit card, or my internet being down… or whatever, I want to feel I am speaking with someone that is professional and totally focused on me.
As someone working at home though — I loved working a non-phone customer support job. Oh my goodness, night and day regarding stress level. I still had quotas and criteria to meet, I still had meetings every week — but the job itself was much more enjoyable answering clients via a ticketing system and email.
But no matter the reason you might be looking for non-phone work at home, rest assured, there are lots of options.
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Non Phone Work at Home Jobs
– Flexible, no phones. You'll be evaluating websites, social media, ads and more. They have openings for English and fluent Spanish.
– Witty, creative writers always needed. They look for “funny, edgy & risque” writers. Freelance writers are welcome.
– There are some merchandising jobs listed too, but many are writers, illustrators and such.
– Newer company, hires tech-savvy support from around the world. Their Customer Champion positions are hard to obtain, but 100% virtual No phone customer service jobs.
– This is a part-time gig with a one year contract. They aren't always hiring either – but it is non-phone, work-from-home jobs.
– Social media manager positions (ei: Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube)client support and customer support jobs. Email and chat. These are basically office jobs that don't require answering the phones.
– Non-phone, email support for over 1.3 million subscribers that receive their monthly Glam Bag. (Not always hiring.)
– A few companies hire reviewers and evaluators to help categorize calls and provide feedback.
– They hire image reviewers. No sales or phone calls.
– If you've got great typing skills, secretarial skills and know programs like Excel and Word — you'll want to check out this category. They often have data entry jobs.
– The pay is great (around $13 per hour), the hours are flexible. But the pre-qualification testing, quality criteria and machine-like quota that has to be met — not so great. These are all non-phone jobs.
– Those with an education or background in teaching might find this area a good choice.
– Customer service using online chat.
– If you're the creative type and good with zingers and ad copy – this might be a great way to earn as a freelance writer.
– Message board and forum sweeping and moderating.
– Jobs for beginners and professionals.
– Those with experience and skills can find a lot of options as a transcriptionist. I see a lot of jobs and openings for transcribers and translators too.
– This is not only becoming a popular work at home career, it's becoming more and more in demand.
– They seem to always be looking for folks to do voice work. Sounds like a unique and fun way to earn.
– You won't get rich, but it's nice to cash in the points you earn for Amazon Gift Cards. I use my points for Regal Cinema tickets and take my family to the movies once a month for free!
– Typically seasonal work. The pay is usually very good. Scorers use criteria to grade students essays and other papers and tests.
– Hiring live chat agents as customer service representative. Paid training and earnings around $10 an hour.
– They are often hiring freelance book reviewers.
– They coordinate the hiring process for many companies – including particular search engines looking for ad quality raters. Check Indeed for latest openings.
– Continually looking for voice talent for various projects.
– Though not a “job” — I have earned with Pinecone over the years. They pay $3 cash for their surveys. Real money – no gimmicks.
– Definitely won't need a phone for these tasks, but these tasks are more of an extra cash source. The faster you can type, the more “tasks”, searches and research you can do.
– Not unlike Amazon MTurk, you'd be doing tasks. These are typically simple typing/data entry type searches or sorting.
You can also find great ways to earn some extra cash doing micro tasks, reading emails and more over on the Extra Cash Directory page here.
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Do you work at home doing something that doesn't require a landline or phone? It would be great if you'd share it in the comments section below. By networking together and sharing experiences, this page can become an even better resource for those wanting to find a job at home, but prefer it to be something without talking on the phone. Thank you.
If you’re still looking for work at home, please be sure to check out the entire Work at Home Directory for more job ideas.