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10 Work at Home Jobs That Don’t Require Being on the Phone

10 Work at Home Jobs That Don’t Require Being on the PhoneBy Holly Reisem Hanna

Dear Work at Home Woman,

Is there anything non-phone related that’s legitimate? I currently work for a call center and hate constantly being on the phone!

Thanks, Hope

Hi Hope – I know where you’re coming from. I used to be a prior authorization nurse for Medicaid. I was on the phone all day approving nursing visits and medical equipment. Not only was it exhausting, but it made me want to crawl into a cave at the end of the day. Fortunately, there are lots of jobs that you can do from home without having to be on the phone.

Here are 10 different types of work and respective companies that hire telecommuters.

Good luck and keep us posted on your work at home journey.

Bookkeeping and Accounting:

If numbers and organization excite you, then bookkeeping may be right up your alley. Help business owners organize and input their monthly income and expenses. Some of these companies do require experience or an accounting degree to apply, check them out for more details.

Interested in becoming a bookkeeper? Here’s a free training program to check out!

Customer Support, Chat, and Email Agents:

Do you enjoy assisting people, but prefer not to be on the phone? Provide customer service detail via live chat and email. Most of these companies require individuals to be proficient typists.

Check out this post for more chat jobs!

10 Work at Home Jobs That Don’t Require Being on the PhoneData Entry:

This is probably one of the most frequent work at home jobs that I receive questions about. In fact, I was hesitant to even include them due to the fact that they pay so little – I’m talking pennies per document. But here are a few to check out if you’re dead set on doing data entry.

Freelance Writing:

From blog posts and newsletters, to articles and advertising copy people are always looking for writers. Check with some of the major freelance sites, like Upwork or Problogger and see how you can offer up your writing services.

Need more places to find paid writing gigs? Check out this massive list of sites that pay writers! 

Short Tasks:

Short tasks or micro-tasks are just what they sound like – jobs that take a short time to complete, often times only minutes. Payouts and tasks (watching videos, testing websites, Internet searches, etc.) vary greatly, so make sure to check out these sites to see what’s available.

Smartphone Apps:

Online competition is fierce, so companies are getting creative with how they reach consumers. Instead of spending marketing dollars on traditional advertising, brands are reaching out to consumers in unique ways, like smartphone apps. The great thing about using your smartphone to make money, is there are real customer reviews for each app, so you can get a better idea of which ones are legit and which ones to stay away from.

Surveys:

There are many legitimate websites where you can offer your opinion in exchange for money, rewards, and sweepstake entries. While you’re not going to get rich from participating in surveys, it is a fun way to share your thoughts on products and services, and you’ll receive compensation your time.

Transcription:

Do you have excellent listening skills? Are you a fast typist? Help businesses transcribe audio files into written documents.

Tutoring:

Are you a math whiz? Tutoring can be a wonderful home based business opportunity, especially for those people who have an extensive knowledge of a subject; such as a college student who is majoring in English, a school teacher, or a person who is fluent a foreign language.

Web Search Evaluators:

Search engine evaluators to provide feedback to development teams to ensure that Internet search results are accurate and relevant to the search query’s intent.

This is just a glimpse of some of the work at home jobs and opportunities that don’t require you to be on the phone. For some more ideas make sure to check our article, 99 work at home career ideas for women. Or if you have a suggestion, please leave it below for all to learn from.

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32 Responses to “10 Work at Home Jobs That Don’t Require Being on the Phone”

  1. 1
    Marlon Hurd says:

    My wife did this. She started doing taxes and data entry. There are other opportunities work online as well.

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    Sarah says:

    I noticed an error in the “tutoring” section. It should be http://www.snarthinking.com

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    Sarah says:

    Oops! Smarthinking.com!

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    Dionne Bell says:

    I would like to work for you.

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    Tanzee says:

    I need a job but without any time conditions…..

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    Kelsey says:

    Hello, I am looking for a work at home job that doesn’t require working over the phone. I don’t want to be an independent contractor. Also I am in college, so I need something really flexible, maybe something that I can choose when I work. If anyone here could tell me a few companies that match my description, that would be great! Thanks.

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    Amber says:

    Hi I am look for a job to do at home

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    Adriane says:

    Hi. Thanks for this blog. I’d love a WFH that truly pays the bills, no phines, chat would be awesome..I never thought of that. And something where I maybe won’t have to.work nights.and.weekends. my current job is set.that wat and I love.that. how will I know.if I get a.response her just come.back amd check?

  11. 11

    Very nice and amazing article about Work at Home Jobs. This post is very helpful for those who’s want to part time jobs and as a freelancer work. Thanks for sharing a great post.

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    Elle says:

    thanks for the great resources/leads here. I’m interested in looking into transcription. Can you share any reputable training or schools? many thanks!

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    Deanna says:

    I too am an RN looking for something home based. Any suggestions?

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      Hi Deanna, There are lots of jobs for nurses to do from home, but sadly, the majority of them require some phone work. The areas that don’t require too much phone work are going to be teaching, consulting, utilization review, and instructional design. FlexJobs is a great place to search for these jobs, but also companies like Humana, Aetna, and McKesson hire remote nurses. If you’re interested in freelance gigs or starting your own business, you can look into becoming a legal nurse consultant. Vickie Milazzo has a course: http://www.legalnurse.com Good luck!

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    Janis Gray says:

    Hi Holly I would love a p/t job in my own home on my own time …. im retiring next month when school is out and we spend all summer at camp… I do have a tablet that I can use for data entry cant get into the other job to apply virtual bee… i dont want to talk on phone but would like to earn some extra cash… Tyvm

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    Kathleen says:

    Hello I am looking for something. I have had a major neck surgery and looking for something to help me with my bills

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    Josh W. says:

    Hi, I wanted to know if there are any companies that could possibly hire teens? I really want to earn money this summer and since I cant work at an actual job, I have to resort to online jobs. Any info is highly appreciated!
    -Josh

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    Sophie says:

    Hi, I live in Kenya(Africa).Do these jobs apply here as well?
    Thanks.

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