List of 21+ Companies That Hire Frequently For Work At Home

List of 21+ Companies That Hire Frequently For Work At Home

Many people want to know which work at home companies are hiring presently. However, they should really look at what skills they have so they can be matched with the available positions. It is also important to know what each person would really like to do. If your skills do not match the job you are interested in, the chances of you not getting the position are high and this could easily lead to disappointment.

Need to know which work at home jobs are Hiring NOW! Here are 21+ Work at Home Companies that are always looking for new people to work from home.

Below is a list of the companies that hire all year round. Each one has had positive and negative reviews so it is best if you carry out your own research on each company and draw your own conclusion. If you would prefer a part-time job from home, this list will be better suited for you.

Please check back regularly as new opportunities are added to the bottom of the list.

So which work at home companies are almost always hiring…..

Alpine Access – These are call center positions and yes you get to work from home. You will be receiving calls on your home landline. This phone must be a corded one. They pay anywhere from $7.25 – $9.00 an hour. The higher pay is reserved for those who have undergone their training. If you are looking for work that you can start immediately you will need to consider the fact that this position usually has a waiting period.

VIPKid – Part-Time Mentors, Teachers, and Tutors needed. You can set your own schedule and earn up to $2000 monthly. Must have a bachelor's degree in any topic.

Aspire Lifestyles– This Company hires Concierge Specialists and customer service representatives since they are a corporate concierge business. You earn between $8.50 and $11 an hour. In order to work here you will need to commit to working a minimum of 34 hours each week, which could include holidays and weekends.

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Arise – Arise contracts with thousands of small businesses run by someone like you! These small businesses provide sales, customer service, and technical support from home, for Fortune 150 companies such as Intuit Turbo Tax and Carnival. They also have a great opportunity available with the nation’s largest video, high-speed internet and phone provider!.

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Asurion – Customer Service Representative positions are available here. They generally look for people to work from home helping their clients by answering their questions and addressing their concerns in regards to the wireless service or their other products. They start you off at $9 an hour. You are trained for 3 weeks, 5 days a week for 8 hours each day, but this time is paid for as well. You are then absorbed into the company as an employee and you get a benefits package too.

Brainfuse – This Company hires tutors to work with students online. The students are in the 3rd to 12th grade. The tutoring sessions are made available to the students every day of the week and the pay is about $10 for each tutoring session.

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Convergys – The positions offered by this company include sales, technical support and customer service. They are a big company and tend to employ people across the US and sometimes people in the UK and Canada as well. The pay is between $7 and $12 an hour. Payment is made every two weeks through a pay card option or by direct deposit.

Direct Interactions – This one hires people to receive calls from motorists who have unpaid parking tickets. They need you to help them with digital parking meters. Sometimes the callers are in a foul mood so you have to be patient, remain calm and not take it personally. The initial pay is $9.25 an hour but once you go through their training you will be able to earn $10. If you speak two languages such as English and Russian or Spanish you can earn as much as $12 or $13 every hour.


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Transcribe Me – This company is always looking for beginner Transcribers to join your team. I recommend checking out Janet’s FREE 4-day transcription course to help you turn your passion into a full-time career.

Cigna – This is an opportunity for those with a medical background. You can work from home with them if you are a registered nurse for the position of Case Manager, patient liaison, Coding Quality Specialist and Service Coordinator. Even though they do not give their pay, similar positions pay about $30,000 or more every year.

GoFluent– Teaching English to people from other nationalities is what this company does. You would need to be a certified Teacher in certain states but they prefer a degree. The classes are taught online and the students are corporate employees who are interested in learning Business English. This is because their job depends on their accurate communication skills. You will be required to be available for 4 hours a day for a minimum of 20 hours each week.

Enterprise Rent-a-Car – The positions open include claims processing, Customer Service Representatives, Sales Engineers, Field Marketing Managers, among others. Once on their careers page, just search using the terms ‘work from home’ and all the available opportunities will pop up.

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Lifebushido – This company has clientele looking for virtual assistants. They then hire you to work as an independent contractor in that capacity carrying out various tasks that include making and receiving calls, logo creation, appointment setting and web design. The pay is said to be about $10 an hour.

Leapforce – This company hires people from several different countries to be search engine evaluators. You work as an independent contractor. Your feedback will help them improve the performance and results of the search engine they represent. The pay begins at $13 an hour. You need to take an exam that comes in two parts before you can be considered.

Helios Media – This is a telemarketer’s heaven. They hire agents to work from home receiving calls. You need to be based in the USA and you get extra incentives in addition to your hourly pay. The pay per hour is about $10 for weekdays and if you work weekends you get $13. You are paid twice a month on the 5th and on the 20th by direct deposit.

Talk 2 Rep – You will be working for this company as a Chat Agent online. The job involves customer assistance where you will be required to answer questions regarding the wireless features.

Open English– You get to teach English online to people who need to polish their English or to learn it as a second language.

Liveops – This job involves receiving calls for infomercials on TV. The schedule is very flexible and you can work for as little as 30 minutes at a time. You are not expected to have previous customer service experience. You are paid for the amount of time you spend talking on the phone. As such, if the call volume is low, you may find that you are not earning enough. The position is open only to US residents and you would be an independent contractor.

Time Etc. – You would work from the comfort of your home as a Virtual Assistant. You need to have a minimum of 2 to 3 years business experience, excellent organizational skills and good grammar to apply. Pay ranges from $11 to $16 an hour depending on your work experience.

Sitel – Sitel is a call center that is always on the lookout for agents. They pay about $9 an hour and they have a paid training period. Once you are hired you are entitled to receive benefits.

Sedgwick – The position available in this company is insurance claims filing. You will need to work on your phone, as if you were working at a call center. Some of the positions include providing chat support online and helping customers via fax or email. The pay is about $10 an hour and since you are a company employee, you get to enjoy benefits too.

uHaul – One of the most well-known companies are always hiring for customer service, roadside assistance, reservations/sales, and more. These positions are open to residents in the US and Canada. You must have a dedicated phone line and USB headset ( I personally recommend this one here).

Working Solutions – The company hires independent contractors for positions such as online chat, customer support and data entry. The work though, is dependent on the project and the client. You will also be paid depending on who you are working for but the average rate is about $10 an hour. This company has received some very good ratings.

Worldwide 101– This company hires people to work from the USA, the UK as well as other countries. They pay between $15 and $20 an hour depending on how much work experience you have. You would have to be an independent contractor working for this company.

Ver-a-Fast – Phone Agent is the position offered by this company. You would be speaking to customers all day, assisting them with their newspaper subscriptions. You need to ensure customer satisfaction and if their subscription is expired, encourage renewal. They do not offer an hourly pay rate but you can make between $150 and $200 each week. Payment is made every week by check.

Gengo – This company hires freelance Translators who are able to speak multiple languages. Open to multiple countries.

Metaverse Mod Squad – This company frequently hires Online Moderators to work from home. If you are familiar with the social media world, this could be a great part time option. Open to multiple countries.

Great Virtual Works – GVW hires regularly for Customer Service Agents and Inbound Sales Agents. If you are looking for a flexible work at home opportunity, this could be an ideal position since you are your own boss. It is mandatory that you become an IBO which may require some fees. To learn more, visit their careers page.

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  • Yes there are a few. Where are you located? Also what type of work are you looking for?

  • Lady B

    Have you heard of Contract World- It looks like they have jobs, but you have to register and pay for training. Please let me know if it is worth signing up and paying the fees.

    • Yes I have! They are legit! Contract World is a little different than most work at home jobs. It is more of a business opportunity than a job. They are similar to companies like Arise and Great Virtual Works that require you incorporate yourself (become your own business owner) which leads to you paying for training and other fees. Sometimes it can cost anywhere up to $400 depending on which state you are in. I wouldn’t advise going this route if you don’t have the funds to do so.

      • Lady B

        Thank you-sad to say- I am trying to make money right now not spend it. I know that you are extremely busy- but would you be able to look at my resume and tell/lead me to the jobs I should be applying to. I currently work full time as a Youth counselor for Job Corps. As much as I love working in Human Services, it does not pay well. So I am looking for part time flexible work at home opportunities. Thank you in advance!!

        • I completely understand! I think you would have better luck with this list of part-time jobs ( you can do from home. Also if you are looking for something really flexible these companies will allow you to make your own schedule – Hope this helps!

          • Lady B

            Are there any jobs, that work with skype?

          • Do you mean using Skype to work or doing an interview through Skype?

          • Lady B

            Skype to work.

          • Ok. Yes there are a few online tutoring jobs that allow you to work from home teaching students via Skype. Are you interested in that field?

          • Lady B

            I would if I am qualified. I have a college degree- but I am not certified to teach.

            I started working with call center QA- I did 3 survey’s almost 2 weeks ago, and I have not heard anything from them. I sent 2- emails to them -Have you been in contact with someone who worked for them-or have you heard any complaints?

          • Ok. Yes Call Center Qa has received a lot of complaints lately. Mostly the same issue about not getting consistent work. I was actually able to reach out to Elizabeth a month back and she said it is important that you stay consistent with reaching out to them for assignments. What they will do is put you on a list every week and if there are any open tasks, they’ll contact you. There are a lot of people that apply with them so the work is limited. I would only use them as a side income.

        • Tamara Harris

          Try NexusOp. They are very flexible and hire immediately.

          • Thanks for your sharing Tamara! Best wishes to you 🙂

  • Tilisa C

    Hi Lashay I just started watching your videos and coming to this site and I just wanted to ask you a question. Do you know of any work at home companies that do straight customer service? I don’t mind upselling or doing some selling but I am noticing that a lot of the jobs are doing technical support. I hope you can guide me in the right direction and thanks in advance for your help

    • Hey Tillisa! Good question! Most of the ones I know involve some type of sales or technical support. I will search lh around for the best options!

  • Reginald Sam Jr.

    Hi Lashay! I was wondering if you could help me to find some work from home jobs just for disabled people? Thank you.

  • 2011k

    This is a wonderful service that you are providing. I’ve been looking for WAH jobs for the past few months, and I have yet to come across a site with such valuable and comprehensive information as this. Thank you.

  • Hi Daniel! Thanks for getting in touch. Can you tell me about your experience and the type of work you are looking for?

  • Edwin

    Hi Lashay, I just came a cross with this site and I was reading some of the conversations and I got to tell you that the service you’re providing is just amazing. I’m glad to know that still good people like out there willing to help others to achieve their goals. God bless you for that.

    • Hi Edwin! Thanks for stopping by and sharing those kind words 🙂 Blessings to you as well!

  • kiasia145

    hello there i am looking for a work from home job that will hire right away please email me @

  • Susan Jackson

    Hello Lashay i would like to work from home however i want something that is not as stressful as the work place something that is real work from home work i am moving into my senior years and would like something relaxing that has a decent paid can you help me with something like that i would like to start right away please e-mail me at

  • xarianna Costley

    Good Evening Lashay,
    I am looking for a non stressful job in which I can easily do from home making a good amount of money, to get my own apartment. Only problem is I am currently 7 months pregnant and will be exspecting a newbotn fairly soon, I need to work from home and take care of my baby girl without any trouble at all. I would love a job where I can help people online with questions and answers they may need, while I am taking care of my newborn as well. I am not quiet sure if this is legit but I am praying to God that it is, I really need to move out of where I am currently living for the sake of my baby girl. If you can please help me it would be great! Please email me at

    Thank you so much for your time.
    May Gos bless you

    • Hi Xarianna! How are you? Would you mind sharing what type of job skills you have? This can help me narrow down the best options for you.

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    Dr virtual and greatworksvirtual

  • Shanna Taylor

    Great discussion site! My name is Shanna and I’m 4 months pregnant and will be staying home for the duration of the pregnancy. My fiance and I are looking to find work that allows me not to be on the phone to take or receive calls because of little ones in the house. Any suggestions?

  • Mishy

    Hi Lashay, I would like to work from home and I am currently living in Barbados. I am willing to work in UK or USA time but prefer UK as that is where i’m from originally. I have all the necessary skills and experience to work as Customer Service Rep or in Adminstration but i am finding it extremely difficult to apply for any job in the UK or USA because i am living here. Can you Please advise me the best route to take ?

  • Hi Jessie! Unfortunately most customer service jobs require a background check. However here’s a list of more options for you


    Just a quick note about Time Etc. you will NOT earn $16/hr unless you recruit someone who works with you through their platform. Otherwise, you will only ever make $

    • Hi! Thanks a lot for updating me with this info. Much appreciated 🙂

  • Ayi Annie Alida

    Hi Lashay how are you? Is there any work from home job that hires easily and their pay is reasonable, i have good experience in customer service representative and administrative assistant. But am still open to any

  • Jenn McCoy

    Hello I am a stay at home mom of a 6 week old and 17 month old. I have worked in the medical field as a CNA, CMA, PCT and pharmacy Tech! I would love to find some work that I can do from home! I started to get my medical transcriptionst degree. But at this point I just need a job that I can do from home without having to go back to school! Because my husband was injured at work and I have to care for him and the kids I really need to work from home! If you could help me find a job that I can do from home I would be so greatful!

    • Hi Jenn! Thanks for getting in touch. Are you looking for something part-time or full-time? What other work experience do you have? To help you get started, I recommend checking out this list of options for stay at home moms

      • Jenn McCoy

        Thanks for getting back to me! I’m looking for either or! I have a lot of computer skills and I worked with a lot of insurances and processing claim Data entry and some customer service experience! Thanks I will check some of them out!

  • Jama Derting

    Hello Lashay! I’m an extremely busy mom of soon to be 13 yr old twins. I’ve been a dental assistant for the past 20+ years working 5 days a week in dental offices. I am looking for something I can do at home so I can have a little more freedom and still make a living. If you have any advice for me, I’d love to hear it.


  • Isaiah tables

    Hi Lashay ! I am currently a college student searching for online work,but I dont know where to start?I have little to no job experience

  • jessica

    hello lashay i am looking to do work online do to not having a car and i need some kind of income what do i do ?

    • Hi Jessica! Thanks for writing in. What’s your work background? Then I can narrow down the options for you…

  • Tanya Love

    Hello Ms. Lashay, I am very interested in starting my own home based business. Can you please suggest or advise me on the best way to begin this process. My current position and has been for the last 17 years, is working as a legal assistant for a boutique firm in Los Angeles. I would love to be able to work on agreements, pleadings and correspondence from home, but my firm will now approve, so now i am seeking something similar to what I have known for so many years. But I am open to new beginnings. Please advise??

  • Tanya Love

    My apologies for the typo in the last email. What I meant to say is “my firm will not approve” …

    • Hey Tanya! Thanks for writing in. Have you thought about starting your own blog and providing expert legal advice? I honestly don’t have lots of knowledge when it comes to homes businesses, since this blog mainly focuses on jobs. But I will say blogging is a great way to make money and share information about something you’re passionate about.

  • Trisha

    Hi Lashay,
    Do you know of anyone who works for Lifebushido? I need some motivation on this one. The process seems to be overwhelming. Thanks!

  • Emilie

    Hi, My name is Emilie I am a business owner looking to make extra Incom. I am an Accountant/ Tax Preparer for nine years now. My business accumulate revenue during tax season, however after the season I’m home being a housewife. How can I got about finding a work from home job that will fit my experience as an accountant

  • Krista Chain

    Hi Lashay. I would love to find a work from home job that I can set my own hours, and something like NexOps. I worked for them from about July-November and then I got busy and didn’t log in. After the first of the year I tried to log back in and it wouldn’t let me back in and they said they weren’t accepting reactivations or new employees. Can you help me find a job helping people taking inbound calls? Nothing technical like troubleshooting computer problems or anything, just helping customers with their accounts, taking orders, etc…Thanks!

  • Susan Ausby

    Lashley- I am a IBO and looking to expand my business. My background consist of military contracting, 14 years of HR, work from home roadside assistance, and work from home inbound cable billing and sales. What does Dream have to offer?

  • Phillip

    Hello Lashay, I’m a retiree who has worked as a Desk support for IT HARDWARE for many years. I’ve took incoming calls, talk to customers and answer their questions. I’ve worked as a field technician and contractor. I love to work with people to solve their computer problems. I would love to work at home as a Desk support/incoming call technician for any company who requires my skills and expertise.

    • Hi, Phillip! Thanks for reaching out. I think Apple and Sutherland Global would be a great fit for you. considering your work background. Best wishes!

  • Amanda Jones

    Hi I am a mom of 3 boya a 2 and 3 and 15 year old all boys. I am looking for a legit home Job I need to stay home now more than ever. I need something that pays decent and I have a computer
    and can start immediately. Any suggestions?

    • Hi, Amanda! I would suggest a Virtual assistant position or chat agent job. A few companies you can check out are The Chat Shop, Worldwide 101, Fancy hands, and Vicky Virtuals.

  • LB Montgomery

    Lashay, I want to thank you for the excellent information you provide. Thank you!!!

  • Tina Smith

    Thank you Lashay!

  • Vivek Dey

    Thank You Lashay for the info. However I am from India so an you tell me any company who hire from india.

  • kimberly

    Hello I was wondering where can I look into to find in online job from home that does not require speaking on the phone 3-5 hours daily and that is flexible between myself and children.

  • Sharon

    Hi Lashay, I found you via a Google search and am intrigued. I currently work from home in outbound sales but am looking for change, customer service, data entry, research….I am highly organized with attention to detail, great interpersonal & communication skills, years of experience with computers and navigating through multiple screens simultaneously, and strong multi-tasking abilities. I’m looking for part to full time work. You’re guidance will be most appreciated.

  • trudreamer613

    Hi there Lashay. First I want to thank you so very much for putting such dedicated time and effort into work at home options. It is truly beneficial to someone like me who has a special needs child that I need to be here for. Please if you would, could you give me some options for some data entry and transcription jobs. Thank you so much in advance for your help, again for this wonderful website and for sharing your knowledge with others. Be Blessed ALWAYS.