– Hey, Angie Nelson here from the workathomewife.com. Many people wanting to transition into working from home can’t wait an entire month for their first paycheck. Maybe you can’t even wait two weeks for your first paycheck. In today’s video, we are gonna be talking about some legitimate ways to make money from home that pay weekly, and they also pay more than pennies as well.
These are gigs that can actually help you pay the bills. And make sure you stay till the end of the video to find out how you can get my seven day series on finding work at home free. Now, one big surprise to many of those that are looking to transition into working from home is that there are quite a few companies out there that only pay their contractors once per month. That can be a long wait if you are making the leap from a full-time job to working at home, or maybe you’ve been laid off and need to get back into the workforce right away. In today’s video, I’m gonna be sharing a few of the opportunities with you that are gonna pay you a good hourly wage and are also gonna pay you every week.
That’ll help make the transition a little more easy. Now, the first opportunity we’re talking about today are call center jobs. Now, customer service work may not be your dream job, but they are some of the most readily available jobs in the work-at-home world, and in many cases, they’re gonna pay you an hourly wage, and they’re gonna pay you consistently, whether that be weekly, biweekly, or monthly.
The jobs we’re focusing on today are gonna be paying you weekly. Now, a few that I would like you to consider, there’s one called Blue Zebra. They are going to be appointment setters and virtual assistants, and the pay with them is gonna range from $15 to $25 an hour, and they also offer regular raises based on your performance. And this is one that is gonna pay you weekly like we discussed earlier. Westat is a company that focuses on telephone data collectors, and this position starts at about an hour, and they also will pay you every week. Now, another great gig for newcomers to the work-at-home world is transcription. And what you’re doing in these positions is basically listening to an audio file and typing it out into text. Now, this one, you just need a keen ear and some excellent typing skills, and it’s gonna be performance-based pay.
So the faster your can type and the more accurate you can type, the better wage that you can earn. Babbletype is one that hires newcomers, and their pay averages around $10 an hour. Rev.com is another popular one in the work-at-home community. They pay 40 to 65 cents per audio minute, but they require no experience. And TranscribeMe is another one that’s open to beginners that pays weekly, and they start around $20 per audio hour. Now, what you need to realize about per audio hour, it means that that isn’t how long it takes you to type the file. That’s its file length in total. So if it takes you three hours to type one audio hour, that $20 an hour is gonna end up being around $7 an hour, so that’s where it really comes into play that it’s necessary for you to have fast and accurate typing skills. Now, another really popular opportunity within my community is website testing. Now, website testing which you are doing is visiting a website and providing your feedback.
Maybe you are telling the client how easy it is to navigate their site or not so easy. Are the colors off-putting? Is their branding consistent? Do you get a clear feel for what their site is about? Those are all things that customers are looking for when they hire these website testing companies. Now, these gigs aren’t gonna be really consistent. They are gonna come into your inbox every now and again, and you do need to act quickly to pick them up, but there are a lot of companies that offer these gigs. And it’s really a fast and easy way to make a few bucks. Usually these testing gigs only take about 20 minutes to complete, and usually the pay is around $10 per test. A couple of them that you might wanna check out are UserTesting, Userfeel, and TestMyUI. Depending on your background, there may be some other opportunities that you want to explore. If you have some teaching experience or a bachelor’s degree, there is a big demand right now for online tutoring in the English as a second language department. Many times those don’t require teaching experience or a teaching degree. You simply need to have that bachelor’s degree, and sometimes there’s a few other requirements involved as well.
And those don’t pay too shabby, and there are a few companies that will pay you weekly, such as Cambly, Chegg, or NiceTalk. These are just a few of the great opportunities that are available that will pay you weekly. And I’m gonna leave you a link in the description to a post where you can find out about these opportunities and more. Now, if you like today’s video, please click the like button below, share it with your friends, and make sure you’re subscribed to my channel so you’ll get notified of the next video.
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