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5 Real Work from Home Jobs Posted This Week (and Where You Can Find Even More)

Who's hiring this week? Here are 5 real remote jobs to get you started. Plus, learn where you can find dozens more every day with a free video tutorial. What are you waiting for? Stop searching and start applying -- today!Another Friday, another roundup of my favorite remote jobs of the week!

If this is your first time here, let me fill you in. (If not, you can skip down to the good stuff — the job leads!)

This is a roundup post of 5 remote job leads posted this week. There’s also a little commentary about the job, what you should know, and thoughts on the company who’s hiring.

Note: Remote jobs are often filled quickly! At the time I publish this post, all job leads are active. If you’re reading this a week later, some (or all) may already be filled.

That’s okay.

This post comes complete with a video tutorial to help you find dozens of home-based jobs — on autopilot!

Ready? Here we go. Let’s see who’s hiring this week.

1. Luxury Travel Agents @ World Travel Holdings

World Travel Holdings routinely hires travel agents. Sometimes it’s specifically for reservations agents. Other times it’s sales agent. And this week? They’re looking for luxury travel agents.

About the Job

This is a full-time, 40-hour a week position. You will mostly handle villa sales and need to be a highly-motivated sales person. Two or more years of previous travel sales experience is required.

This is an employee position. You receive benefits like paid time off and travel discounts (to name a few). Sales agents work flexible schedules depending on demand — this is not a typical 9-to-5 workweek.

What Others are Saying

World Travel Holdings is the largest online cruise company. And while many of their employees work from home, they have offices spread out across the U.S. and United Kingdom.

Overall, their employee reviews are favorable. Not surprisingly, many employees list working from home as a major perk. On the flip side, some employees report their schedules can be unpredictable and raises are lacking.

What You Need to Know Before You Apply

World Travel Holdings accepts applicants in MOST states — but not all. Currently, they hire residents located in:

AL, AZ, AR, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NV, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, OK, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WA, WV, WI, and WY

To get the job done, World Travel Holdings will send you a computer! However, you have to pay a $500 deposit for the company computer and phone. The deposit is refundable and is deducted over the course of five payroll checks.

Sound like the job for you? Great! Hit the red button below to reach the application page:

2. Administrative Assistant at Independence University

While this remote admin position is for Independence University, you’ll actually be working for the Center for Excellence in Higher Education (CEHE). The CEHE is a non-profit family of college brands that includes Independence University.

About the Job

The remote administrative assistant will primarily handle graduation and employment efforts for students who complete graphic design programs at Independence University.

Previous admissions experience is beneficial as is a solid understanding of Microsoft Office.

What Others are Saying

There aren’t a lot of employee reviews for CEHE. However, you can find quite a few reviews from Independence University workers.

For the most part, reviewers are split down the middle. The happiness of employees seems to depend on their department. For example, individuals working in admissions seem to be the least pleased with their jobs, according to Indeed Reviews.

What You Need to Know Before You Apply

Although employee reviews are so-so, this is a great employee opportunity for anyone looking for a remote administrative job. And even though this position doesn’t involve admissions, you’ll be a standout candidate if you do have previous experience in an admissions/re-entry role.

But, if you don’t, that’s okay too. There are plenty of other ways to work from home as an admin or virtual assistant!

Ready to apply? Hit the red application page button below!

3. Technical Support Specialist at 2U

In a nutshell, 2U is an education technology company. They offer technology services to major universities and colleges to help them offer online programs. 2U is still in its startup phase — but has shown tremendous growth since launching.

About the Job

The Technical Support Specialist position is part-time. It also happens to be an overnight shift — perfect for remote-seeking night owls.

You can expect to work between 15-20 hours each week. Your schedule may include Saturday and Sunday shifts — flexibility is key!

The Technical Support Specialist is primarily responsible for answering phone calls from current students and faculty as well as recent graduates. You will help troubleshoot any tech support issues.

This role also sits in on live classroom sessions and keep an eye out for any issues that may pop up.

What Others are Saying

Because 2U is still considered a startup, there aren’t a whole lot of employee reviews out there. However, initial feedback is encouraging. Several reviewers enjoy the work-life balance offered and feel like they have room to grow with the company — a definite plus of getting in with a newer company.

What You Need to Know Before You Apply

This is a tech support position. Having previous experience troubleshooting and walking people through support issues is key!

And remember, this is an overnight, part-time job. Your hours may fluctuate and include shifts that run from 12:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. EST.

If you’re looking for a second job online — this could definitely fit around a standard nine to five. And since it’s a startup, you can get in early and potentially have tons of room to move up as the company continues to grow!

Sound ah-mazing? Great! Click on the red button below to go to the application page!

4. Reports Coordinator at BroadPath Healthcare Solutions

BroadPath is headquartered out of Arizona but the majority of their employees work from home across the United States — hooray for distributed workforces!

What’s their line of business? Healthcare insurance. But don’t worry. If this is a foreign sector to you, don’t count yourself out just yet. BroadPath is open to hiring those without experience as long as you show the right attitude.

About the Job

This position is called Reports Coordinator. There is a lot of data entry involved. If you consider yourself somewhat of an Excel expert — great! You’ve got a better chance of getting hired.

The Reports Coordinator will enter timecard information, review reports, and prepare a number of spreadsheets for company supervisors.

You’ll definitely need to stay focused (and motivated) while performing a number of repetitive tasks day in and day out.

Pay rate is $15.00/hour.

What Others are Saying

Past and present employees have a lot of great things to say. In fact, many give BroadPath a full five stars — not something you always see with work-from-home companies.

Work-life balance and compensation are two of the biggest pros. Management, specifically being micromanaged, tend to be a common theme from reviewers.

But, all in all, they’ve got a great reputation and work to keep their employees happy.

What You Need to Know Before You Apply

If you’ve been looking for a data entry gig — this could be perfect for you. Traditional online data entry jobs pay next to nothing. And while this position isn’t entirely data entry, the bulk of your work will be inputting information into a spreadsheet and creating reports but at a fair pay rate of $15.00/hour.

Since this is heavy on spreadsheets, you need to be proficient in Excel — no ifs, ands or buts. In fact, you’ve got to take an Excel test as part of your application. If you don’t take it, you won’t be considered for the job. Period.

Ready to apply? Warm up your fingers and start the application process! Hit the red application page button below:

5. Freelance Writers at Ultius

I know what you’re thinking — “Not another online platform for freelance writers!” I know. I know. There are a lot of them out there. But Ultius is a bit different.

For starters, this isn’t a freelance bidding site. And you don’t have to meet a certain quota each week. You simply login and work as much or little as you’d like (as long as work is available).

Plus, they offer great support to their writers. In fact, you have access to an HR department and dedicated, 24/7 support and editors available to help you with any questions you may have.

About the Job

Freelance writers for Ultius should be able to write in a strong academic style. Each assignment comes with a set of instructions that you must closely follow. Being able to follow these instructions is key to success.

You do not need to have a four-year degree to be considered. However, it is preferred to have one or at least be in the process of getting one.

You’ll need to be comfortable working with Microsoft Office and have academic research skills to your name.

Payments are issued twice a month via PayPal. Each assignment is paid per page.

What Others are Saying

A quick Google search about Ultius will quickly yield hundreds of writer reviews! For the most part, writers are happy. And this isn’t something you often see when it comes to freelance writing sites.

Higher pay and the ability to move up the ranks drives writer happiness here. However, slow-moving editing processes and hit or miss workloads seem to be the two biggest cons.

What You Need to Know Before You Apply

You must reside in the U.S. to be considered as a writer for Ultius. Currently, they cannot accept writers residing in CA, NY or MA.

If you’re looking for work-whenever-positions — this certainly fits the bill. There may not always be work available, but there seems to be a steady flow of assignment on any given day. And, as a bonus, you can actually go from writer to editor to staff job with Ultius!

Think you have what it takes to join the Ultius ranks? Head on over to their career page by clicking the red application button below:

Even More Work from Home Jobs

These five jobs are just a small fraction of the remote-friendly positions posted this week. Curious where you can find even more?

No problem. I’ve got you covered. Watch the video below to find out how you can quickly find daily remote job leads without spending hours in front of your computer.

Your turn! Apply what you just learned by Indeed.  Don’t forget to set a job alert so you can get daily remote jobs delivered directly to your inbox.

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