Best 21 Flexible Work from Home Jobs For Night Owls

Are you a night owl? Today's post covers a list of 21 late night work from home jobs that's flexible to do part-time at night or on the weekends.

Most people who have a regular job during the day, end up taking jobs that they can do in the evening or the night. If you are a night owl, you do not need to spend all your time flipping through channels on late-night TV. You can spend your time more constructively and make some money while at it. Here are 21 jobs flexible enough for you!

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Are you a night owl? I have put together a list of 21 late night work from home jobs that's flexible to do part time online at night or on the weekends. Flexible Phone Jobs for Night Owls

#1- Working Solutions – (Read Working Solutions Review ) –  This company offers work at home opportunities in various fields. Previous call center experience is a plus. Day and night shifts are available.

#2 – Uhaul – Read Uhaul Review – This very well-known company hires people to work as Customer Service Agents. You will need to work anytime from 4 am clear through to 5 pm. The hours are flexible so you can pick and choose. I do recommend purchasing a good quality headset for taking phone calls.

#3 – Liveops –Read Review –  You would be hired as a Call Center Agent for this company working from home. They do not employ you, but you become an independent contractor. You, however, need to have $65 ready for the cost of both a credit and background check.

#4 – USA Contact Point – They hire Customer Service Agents who are interested to work from home. You would be responding to some of the questions asked by their clients regarding their products and services.

#5 – Voice log –Read Review – You would be hired as a Live Operator to work from home. The hours you choose to work are entirely up to you.

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Flexible Market Research Jobs for Night Owls

#6  Advanis – This Canadian company hires people to carry out market research. You get paid training while you work from home in the evening hours. You do need to have a land-line telephone.

#7  ORC International – The job entails carrying out telephone research interviews where you would be conducting interviews on behalf of fortune 500 companies. The hours are flexible and the pay is $8.75 an hour.

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Flexible Late-Night Data Entry Jobs

#8  – Smart Crowd– Read Review –  This company hires online data entry keyers to complete various typing tasks from home. You will be able to log in whenever you are available and complete as much work as you can manage. U.S. only.

#9 – Clickworker – You will have the flexibility to work whichever hours you prefer. The tasks include web search, editing, data entry, writing, and translation, among others. The pay starts at about $9 per hour.

#10 – 3 Play Media – Read 3 Play Media Review – You will need to commit to working a minimum of 15 hours each week, whether during the day or night. The job involves editing transcripts from home.

#11- Rev – Read review – If you join Rev you will be working either as a Translator, a Transcriptionist or both. They are currently hiring a new team of Transcriptionists who can do a good job and take pride in delivering high-quality work. I recommend checking out Janet’s FREE 4-day transcription course to help you turn your passion into a full-time career.

#12Scribie Read Review  – This company hires Transcriptionists to work from home. Pay is $10 for each audio hour.  I recommend Janet's FREE 4-day transcription course to help you turn your passion into a full-time career.


Flexible Late-Night Social Media Jobs

 #13 – Appen – You must commit to working for this company at least 20 hours each week. However, you are allowed all the flexibility you need.

 #14 – Modsquad – Read Review –  This company hires online moderators to work from home. Your role involves moderating social media activity. This is a worldwide opportunity.

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Flexible Late-Night Writing Jobs

There are many online writing jobs available to you if you have excellent grammar and great research and writing skills. You could be hired to create online content such as articles or blogs.

#15 – – You need to be a great writer to work for this company and your work needs to be 100 percent original. They have a star rating for all articles provided. The standard three-star articles pay $15 while those that are above average can earn as much as $17.50.

#16 – Textbroker – A popular freelance writing platform with thousands of writing jobs worldwide. Flexible hours and guaranteed payment.

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Flexible Night Tutoring Jobs

#17 – Imagine Learning– This is a tutoring company where tutoring sessions are conducting through Skype. You will be able to teach students virtually and earn some cash in the process.

#18 – VIPKid  – Read review – A tutoring job that pays you to teach the English language to Chinese students. You will earn up to $22 per hour on your own schedule.

Miscellaneous Late-Night Jobs

#19 – Aira – Read review – You would be hired as a Customer Service Agent and you would be an employee of the company working from home. You need to meet their home office technical requirements in order to work for them. Schedules are paid in an hourly, per call or per minute rate.

#20 – Fancy Hands – Read Review – Fancy Hands hires Virtual Assistants who run all the basic errands for the business professional. The job can include proofreading documents, researching information online, booking a limo or making dinner plans.

#21 – – This company recruits Proofreaders and Editors to work from home during the day and at night. Earn as much as $46 per hour.

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    This Post Has 38 Comments

    1. Brook Seymour

      Hi! I used to work for MyTime, they let go of all their American workers and no longer offer work from home :). I know of a few Americans that did not get paid, as well as all of their Filipino remote workers did not get paid. They now have a call center in Jamaica, somewhere in Kingston.

    2. Paris Pope

      Hi Lashay I’m new hear. I’m completely oblivious to what to do or ask for. I’m currently in the healthcare field. I am just really stressed about returning to work from just having my second child. My kids are 10 years apart. So I am just not ready to leave her with anyone and my husband and I are in a state with no family. We have a situation we are in and I am in need of work while he is in training for his job and will be gone most of the time. I was hoping you had any ideas for me? I am willing to try anything. Im a night owl since the babies gotten here and I would love it if I could make money from home to help us. Please… any ideas? I need your help !!! #nightowlmom

    3. 3Play Media

      Thanks so much for including 3Play on your list! We just want to clarify that people do NOT need to commit to working a set number of hours a week. As a contractor, they can do as much or as little work as they want each day/week/month that fits into their schedule (or even do none for a while if they don’t have time). So people should feel free to apply even if they aren’t able to commit to a certain amount of hours each week. Thanks again for the mention!

      1. Lashay H.

        Hi! Thanks a lot for the additional info. I appreciate you for stopping by 🙂

    4. Susie

      Alorica at Home there asking for a fee of 29.00 is that good?

      1. Lashay H.

        What are they saying the fee is for? A background check?

    5. MoBody716

      Hello, I’m a single mom of four and would love to stop working 40 plus hours a week that takes away from my home life with my children. what are some reliable work from home companies that doesn’t have a start up price

    6. Victor Fernandez Jackson

      Hi, lashay, I’m a us citizen living in Dominican republic can you recommend me any job a can work from DR?

    7. Kim Marie


      I watched your youtube video and found it to be very informative….besides transcribeme,com what else is there for international transcribers? I live in Barbados

      1. Lashay H.

        Hi Kim! There are several other companies like Scribie, REV, and Quicktate.

    8. Stacey Wing

      Very good resources for those looking for work at night. I’m not a night owl, but I do have nights that I can’t sleep due to steroids. On nights like this I work on my work from home opportunity. I am just getting started with them, and I am interested to see how much I will make with this.

      1. Lashay H.

        Hi Stacey! Thanks for stopping by. I really hope you are able to find soemthing here 🙂

    9. Alicia Murphy

      I work for a company called they are great to work with they offer you flexibility which makes life so much easier for me. The training wasn’t hard at all you could stop and start when you needed without being forced to sit in virtual classrooms. I would recommend to anyone.

    10. Kay A

      Another company that’s not on this list that I’d reccomend is Nexus Op! I recently started working with them and have found them to be a perfect source of income as a full time student, since my school schedule tends to be unpredictable. They pay by the minute during each call you accept, and the better your rating is, the more calls you can accept. They pay quickly too via direct deposit! Highly reccomended!

      1. Lashay H.

        Hi Kay! Yes Nexus Op is a great option. Thanks for the recommendation. I’ll add them to the list 🙂

    11. Mary Oliver

      Hi Lashay I am looking for a Part-time work at home evenings only position could you please help me I have been looking for months with no luck. I have had promises but after I went threw the time consuming process it was all days even after I specified from the beginning evenings only. Please Help!!!

    12. BJames is the correct site

    13. Kia Matthews

      Hi Lashay, I really enjoy reading your blog. Are you aware of any telemarketing wfh jobs where I can be an (IBO) and hire other telemarketers? Thanks in advance

      1. Lashay H.

        Hi Kia! I really appreciate your feedback:-) I would suggest companies like Arise, ACD Direct, and Great Virtual Works.

    14. Cristine Rybnikar

      These are awesome but do any of them require international employees? I live in South Africa and this type of thing is very rare to find here, there isn’t that much flexibility to work from home yet.

        1. Cristine Rybnikar

          Thanks Lashay! Will have a look through 😉

    15. KamiShadow

      This is a great list with a bunch of different options, but I just wanted to tell about my experience with some.

      Writing – Basically anything that is a database of writers pays horribly in comparison of you going out and approaching sites yourself. A site might pay one of these networks like 100 bucks, then they pay you like 20 (which is actually a lot for this route), or you could find the site yourself, offer your story, and walk away with 250 bucks. Of course the networks are a good way to start though.

      ChaCha – Wouldn’t ever do that again. I spent hours a day answering questions and doing research for it. I was answering probably 100’s of questions an hour, never broke 100 bucks. Their pay was I think .05 cents an answer when I worked there, and you only got that if you answer fast…. Otherwise you’d get like .03.

      Virtual Bee- These sites are purely supplemental income. You will make a little more than ChaCha, but it will also dip dramatically all the time too. One day you could be working your tail off, the next day not a single job comes in.

      1. Omar S Kenawy

        Thanks for sharing your personal experience with these three options.
        For me I`d prefer to work on transcription with Scribie

        1. Lashay H.

          You are very welcome! Can you share more about your experience with Scribie?

          1. Omar S Kenawy

   is a site where you can sign to do freelance general transcription. First you have to sign up with your email. There is waiting list, so you may have to wait for a while to be accepted and receive your first transcription gig. Keep in mind that there is an exam you should pass.


    16. Z70x7

      Hi Lashay. I’m a child of the Most High God too, and a single mom of one teenage con. I am looking for a way to work from home and I was very glad to find your website, but even more please that you are my Sister in Christ Jesus. Great job!

    17. Rdtravis


      1. Lashay H.

        Thank you very much! I have added this note for Uhaul 🙂

    18. Roddey White

      I love this website! Excellent work!

      1. Lashay H.

        Hi Roddey! Thank you so much! Your feedback is greatly appreciated 🙂

        1. awad

          Hello, I am not good at English. I speak to Sudan from the United Arab Emirates. What are your suggestions and recommendations?

            1. SDoll

              These are great sources, as always..thank you! I was signing up for user testing and all of that type of work as well as a lot of these including transcribeme…. I keep running into though, is Paypal payouts. I don’t use PayPal at all I’m looking for something that’s very similar to these but more flexible in payment options. While I’m sure some of these do accept other payment options do you know of a dedicated list somewhere? So they like cash out dwolla payoneer or just bank account? Thanks so much I really appreciate all the information you always provide it’s always detailed always easy and engaging! You’re appreciated greatly, thank you!

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