Now Hiring: Capital One, HSN and Others Need People to Work From Home

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In the future, jobs will look a lot different than they do now.

We’ll all participate in the gig economy (side gigs on side gigs) and robots will reign supreme (sort of, not really, just kidding, don’t freak out).

But until we as a society can finally manage to quit the commute and ditch the cubicle, only a select few of us will have the (as of now) still-exclusive opportunity to work from home.

But in order to actually work from home, you first have to find a good work-from-home job — and that’s where we come in.

Today, we’ve found four awesome work-from-home opportunities to kick-start your job hunt — so you can achieve your dreams of wearing pajamas to the office (which in this case happens to be your couch).

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Here are the awesome opportunities we’ve found for you today!

1. Seasonal Partner Services Representative at Liftopia

Liftopia is an e-commerce platform that offers discounted ski resort tickets.

The company is currently looking for seasonal partner services representatives to support its partner services team and provide account management during the upcoming ski season (September through April).

You’ll manage phone and ticket queues form Liftopia’s partners, provide ongoing data maintenance, process and update inventory, process payments and refunds, perform quality assurance checks and run reports.

You should have at least two years of prior experience in customer service, hospitality or account management and a working knowledge of the ski and travel industry.

You should also possess excellent communication skills, be compassionate and level-headed and have the know-how to troubleshoot potential problems. Bonus points if you have a bachelor’s degree and familiarity with a variety of customer service-based softwares and programs.

You must live in California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Texas, Vermont or Washington.

Training takes place from home, and you should be available for up to two weeks during normal business hours, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. PST.

After that, your schedule will vary based on peak season times, but you should generally be available to work Saturday – Wednesday, 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. PST, plus all winter holidays.

Pay starts at $17 per hour, and as an added bonus, you’ll receive deals on lift tickets and some sweet Liftopia swag.

Here’s how to apply for this job.

2. Customer Service Representative at HSN

HSN, the Home Shopping Network, is looking for full-time customer service representatives to work from home.

As a customer service representative at HSN, you’ll answer customer queries and solve complex issues. You should be able to listen, synthesize information and determine the best course of action independently, and you should also be able to troubleshoot and make decisions that will best serve the customers’ and company’s needs.

You should have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Prior customer service experience is a bonus. You should also be an exceptional communicator and possess excellent computer and organizational abilities.

You must have a high-speed, wired internet connection, a telephone headset and a standard, wired telephone service with a home number.

Applicants must live in one of the following Florida counties: Pasco, Hernando, Sumter, Citrus, Polk, Hardee, Desoto, Manatee, Sarasota, Orange, Seminole, Brevard, Volusia or Osceola.

While the position is full-time, there is no information on specific schedule requirements, pay or benefits included in the job listing.

We’ve reached out to the company to find out more information, and we’ll update this post when we find out.

Here’s how to apply for this job.

3. Customer Service Representative at GC Services

GC Services is a business process outsourcing provider.

The company is looking for customer service representatives to answer and document incoming queries from clients and provide accurate and courteous customer service.

You should be punctual, be focused and able to perform well under pressure and have excellent written and verbal communication skills. You should also be able to define and solve problems independently and maintain a positive and calm demeanor even in high-stress situations.

You should have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. At least six months of prior experience in customer service is preferred.

Your home workspace should be quiet and free from distractions. There are a few technical requirements (you can learn more about them here), but you’ll need to have a landline telephone.

You must live in one of the following 25 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee,  Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin or Wyoming.

Pay for this position is $9 per hour. We’ve reached out to the company to see what benefits a person in this role might enjoy, and we’ll update this post when we hear back.

Here’s how to apply for this job.

4. Customer Service Representative at Capital One

Capital One is currently looking to hire full-time work-from-home senior customer service representatives.

You’ll answer inbound calls, answer customer queries and concerns and help them make informed decisions regarding their credit cards and other financial tools.

You should be able to troubleshoot basic technical issues, have excellent written and verbal communication skills and be familiar with digital servicing.You should be a confident decision maker and be able to multitask in a virtual environment.

You must have a quiet home office environment and a high-speed, wired internet connection.

You’ll need a high school diploma, GED equivalent or military experience, although a bachelor’s degree is preferred. You should also have a minimum of two years’ experience in a customer service role or six months in a home office environment.

You must be located within 100 miles of the “hub site,” located in Tampa, Florida. Training takes place over seven weeks and will primarily be done from the comfort of your home, with the exception of a few trips on-site.

After training is completed, your schedule will be determined based on current company needs, however operating hours for this department run from 8 a.m. to 12 a.m. seven days a week.

No word on what this position pays, but we’ve reached out to the company to learn more about compensation and benefits.

Here’s how to apply for this job.

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Grace Schweizer is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder.