These 4 Online Jobs Will Let You Work From Home. Here’s How to Apply

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Well, you’re here right now, so I’m operating under the impression that one of the following assumptions must be true:

A. You’re casually looking for a work-from-home job.

B. You’re desperately searching for a work-from-home job.

C. You’re reading this because you’re trying to distract yourself from cubicle life, and, therefore, you’re a person who should be interested in landing a work-from-home job.

D. Your finger slipped while you were scrolling your phone, and you accidentally clicked into this article.

If A through C sounds like you, you’re going to want to stick around.

And if you identify most strongly with option D, you should know that working from home is a pretty sweet deal and that I have some really awesome work-from-home job options to show you today — and maybe, just maybe, your finger slipped serendipitously and your life is about to change for the better.

But what do I know?

Well, this much at least: Working from home is pretty awesome. You roll out of bed at the last possible second and grab some coffee you didn’t have to wait in a forever-long line for. Then you just open up your laptop — and that’s it! No frustrating commute, awkward elevator small talk or gray cubicle walls involved.

Have I convinced you yet? Good, because I’m about to share four awesome work-from-home job opportunities that you’ll definitely* want to apply for today.

*If you decide these work-from-home jobs aren’t the right fit for you and your lifestyle, don’t worry. If you go ahead and like our Jobs page on Facebook, you’ll be the first to know about new and awesome job opportunities. We post them there whenever we find them!

4 Work-From-Home Online Jobs You Can Apply for Now

If you’re A through C, here’s the info you’ve been waiting for. If you’re D, here’s the info you didn’t know you wanted until 60 seconds ago.

1. Customer Experience Associate at ClassPass

ClassPass provides customers with a fitness studio membership that allows them to try out a variety of fitness classes in their community.

The company is currently looking for weekend and evening customer experience associates to work from home.

You’ll respond to customer inquiries via email and live chat, identify and report site and app issues and optimize the overall customer experience — all while maintaining a high satisfaction rating.

The right fit for this job will be positive, helpful, a quick learner and able to adapt to a variety of situations. You should also have excellent written and verbal communication skills with a keen eye for grammar.

There are two shift options to choose from, and the company asks that you note which shift you’d prefer in the application form when you fill it out. The evening shift requires availability from Monday to Friday, 3 p.m. to 12 a.m. EST, while the weekend shift stretches from Saturday to Wednesday, 3 p.m. to 12 a.m. EST.

This position pays $40,000 per year and comes with some really great benefits including medical coverage, flexible vacation time, a 401(k) and a complimentary ClassPass membership.

To apply for this job, go here.

2. Customer Experience Advisor at Warby Parker

Warby Parker is an online-based eyeglass retailer.

The company is currently looking for a part-time customer experience advisor to assist customers and deliver an “above-and-beyond shopping experience.”

You’ll be tasked with assisting customers via email, processing sales, maintaining customer relationships, routing inquiries into the proper channels and helping customers with styling advice and general order completion.

A good fit for this position will be a creative problem solver, an expert communicator, detail-oriented and extremely organized.

You must be available to work at least 20 hours per week (including some weekends), and should be based in the Nashville, Tennessee, area. You’ll be required to spend a three-week (Monday through Thursday) training period in the Nashville office.

We’ve reached out to the company to ask about pay for this position and will update this post when we hear back.

Benefits and perks include a retirement savings plan with company match, an annual eye exam and free eyewear (plus discounts for friends and family).

To apply for this job, go here.

3. Customer Service Rep and Scheduler at Museum Hack

Museum Hack provides “unconventional” tours in the world’s greatest museums.

The company is currently looking for part-time customer service reps to work from home. For the right fit, the part-time independent contractor position has the potential to become a full-time contractor position.

You’ll be tasked with responding to client questions via phone and email, handling difficult customer situations, sending invoices, managing event calendars, scheduling tours, booking travel and tour opportunities and, occasionally, writing web content.

You should have prior experience working both remotely and in customer service, nearly perfect English communication skills, the ability to do high quality, detail-oriented work and strong technical know-how.

You should be available to work 15 to 20 hours per week, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. EST. You may also occasionally be asked to work on weekends before 11 a.m. EST.

Pay for this position is $12-15 per hour, depending on experience.

To apply for this job, go here.

4. Care Agent at Ibotta

If you don’t know what Ibotta is, you probably should.

The company is currently looking for a part-time care agent to work from home in Colorado.

You’ll be tasked with analyzing and responding to customer emails, working through fraud reports, moderating receipts, searching out issues with the app and general problem solving wherever the customer experience is at stake.

You should have prior customer service experience (prior remote work experience is a plus!), a genuine, pleasant demeanor, a can-do attitude with a serious attention to detail, excellent interpersonal skills and strong written and verbal communication abilities. A four-year degree is preferred but not required.

You must, however, have a firm grasp on technology and a working knowledge of both Android and Apple products.

You must be available to work up to four seven-hour shifts per week, including some nights and weekends.

This position pays $12 per hour.

To apply for this job, go here.

Grace Schweizer is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder.