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LiveOps is hiring work-from-home customer service reps

Posted at 12:36 PM, Oct 30, 2017

Looking for a way to ditch your commute and still earn a decent hourly wage? Look no further than Liveops, which is hiring tons of work-from-home customer service reps for an array of positions. The pay isn't bad either: We saw jobs that have the potential to pay between $15 and $17 an hour. Liveops probably isn't a name you recognize. That's because this company partners with hundreds of companies you might recognize to provide them with work-from-home customer service representatives. Essentially, Liveops is creating a massive virtual workforce that companies can use when they need to. There are a handful of work-from-home jobs available through Liveops right now. This is a good page to bookmark if you're hunting for the perfect work-from-home job as Liveops is regularly adding new work-from-home opportunities. Here's a sampling of some of the roles:

Most of these jobs require you to take phone calls and help people get their questions answered. You'll be paid $0.25 to $0.28 per minute you spend on the phone, which equates to between $15 and $17 per hour. Here's a blurb from the payroll support services job description: "Liveops is looking for caring, dedicated professionals with customer service, payroll or administrative skills to work as remote independent contractors answering phone calls on behalf of our healthcare services client. As an independent payroll services agent, you will help healthcare workers, like caretakers, properly submit timesheets or resolve payroll issues." You'll field phone calls from home healthcare workers and help them solve their payroll questions. This job pays $0.28 per minute of talk time and the hours are flexible too. You can set your own schedule to take calls in 30-minute blocks, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. There's even a Saturday morning shift, too. That's just one of the jobs listed above. Take a peek at some of the job descriptions on the Liveops site to see if there's an opportunity that works for you or someone you know.

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