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29 Non Phone Work From Home Jobs You Won’t Get Everywhere Else

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Non Phone Work From Home Jobs

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If looking for non phone work from home jobs is getting the best of you and you’re tired of coming across the same old lists, then this post is the solution.

Today, we’re taking a different approach to all those other articles out there that repeat the same information, focusing on the same jobs that lead to a lot of competition.

We’re going to talk about some different jobs that don’t require talking on the phone, categorized to help pinpoint one that will work for you.

Not only that, you’ll see who frequently hires for these jobs.

And yes, we’ll also mention some of the usual legitimate jobs that don’t require human interaction, but only the ones that deserve your attention and can be considered a JOB. 

Let’s get to ’em.

Non Phone Work From Home Jobs: What Are The Options ?

Here are my picks for the best jobs you can do from anywhere because they don’t require you to use a phone.

Customer Service (chat and email based)

A lot of companies hire Customer Service Representatives to interact with customers without having to be on the phone, utilizing email, chat, and IM.  In fact, with more companies going fully remote, there’s an even bigger selection of Customer support jobs that don’t require you to be on the phone.  These jobs often go under the moniker of  ‘Happiness Hero’, ‘Support Guru’, and ‘Customer Support Specialist’.

To get a remote non phone Customer Service job, check out these companies:

Want to know who’s hiring right now ?  WeWorkRemotely.com currently has several Customer Service jobs available now, some are non-phone.  Here’s a screenshot of some recent jobs:

non phone customer service jobs
source: WeWorkRemotely

Developer / Programmer

Conceiving and building computer programs is the crux of being a Developer or Programmer.  But digging deeper, these positions identify the needs of the user, builds the program, tests it, and improves on it.

To be a Developer or Programmer, you should have knowledge of software framework such as ASP.NET., programming language skills with Java and/or Python, problem solving skills and strong attention to detail.+

Kinsta, Formstack, On The Go Systems, Time Doctor, and Very often hire Developers but if you’re serious about getting a Developer job NOW, then GitHub and Toptal are the places for you to check out. 

Engineer – Software, Data, Frontend, Backend

Outside the context of driving trains, an Engineer solves problems.  And in the world of software, an Engineer builds – and often re-designs – services and applications to improve productivity.

Sounds like a lot of jibber-jabber to me, but I’m not an Engineer 🙂

But if you know a lot about SQL, are familiar with DevOps practices, know your way around web framework apps and are proficient in scripting languages like Python, Ruby, Perl, and Shell then some sort of software engineering job has your name on it.

10up, Aha, Automattic, Chili Piper, Digital Ocean, Doximity, Very, Voice Hub and Zapier are reputable companies that hire engineers. 

You can also check out the openings at WeWorkRemotely.com…here’s an idea of some jobs they currently list:

non phone engineer jobs
source: WeWorkRemotely

Marketing Associate / Growth Marketer/ Strategist

Marketing isn’t just creating ads and helping a company gain more customers.  It’s about understanding the needs of customers, creating strategies, and effectively communicating the purpose of a business, all as a means to grow the company. 

And a position in Marketing can be a perfect non phone job you can do remotely !

Companies like Acceleration Partners, Animalz, Cro Metrics, Doximity, Smart Bug Media and Zapier frequently have openings for Marketing Associates, Growth Marketers, and Marketing Strategists.  To see who’s hiring RIGHT NOW, take a look at the current openings listed on Remotive.

Product Designer / Manager

Responsible for an awesome user experience or guiding the success of a product, Product Designers and Managers look at ‘the big picture’ to meet those goals.

Who hired Product Designers and Product Managers ?

Even though these companies hire often, WeWorkRemotely and Remotive list current Product jobs.

SEO (Manager, Strategist, Analyst)

Considered to be part of the Marketing team, SEO Strategists analyze strategy opportunities, determine digital channels to be leveraged, and formulate tactics that align with current trends and client goals.  In other words, an SEO Strategist tracks, measures, and reports on key indicators to identify improvements for online media such as a website or blog.

And here’s an interesting fact:

64.3% of SEO positions don’t have any degree requirements, according to the SEO jobs report created by Backlinko.  However, I have found that most SEO jobs do expect you have some experience. 

For example, this SEO Strategist job with The Search Guru tells us they want you to have experience in at least four SEO areas.

SEO Strategist Job at The Search Guru
source: The Search Guru

Who hires SEO Strategists ?  Kinsta, The Search Guru, and Quizlet are three legitimate companies who have frequent openings. 

Technical Customer Support

When thinking about a job in technical support do you think “non-phone” ? 

I do.  But sadly, there are a lot of companies that still have their support reps. solve technical issues over the phone.  So I tasked myself to finding some jobs as Technical Customer Support Reps. where phones are either not used or are adjunct to chat and email and I came up with these companies:

Content Moderator

With so many companies wanting to make a strong online presence, Content Moderators are in high demand. 

What does a Content Moderator do ?  They’re responsible for all the user-generated content placed on online platforms like social media and online reviews.  Their job includes making sure content is free of scams, doesn’t contain anything illegal, is helpful to a company’s customer base (good and bad reviews of products), and monitor all aspects of online communication.

If this line of work interests you, then check out Live World, Voice Hub, and Modsquad.  These companies frequently hire Content Moderators.

Content Specialist

A Content Specialist is NOT a freelance writer…it’s much more than churning out a few articles for someone’s blog.

Content Specialists work with writers and graphic designers to create strategies for telling a story about a particular brand and these companies are hiring:

Editing and Proofreading

We often read how proofreading is “a great work from home job” but the truth is, the pay isn’t always great and the companies that we read about have a ton of competition.

And to be honest, there are more remote Editing jobs available than Proofreading.

So, if you have the knack for either editing or proofreading then take a look at these companies.  They’re better than what you’ll read everywhere else.

Virtual Medical Scribe

As Doctors attempt to decrease their clerical burden, they utilize Medical Scribes to chart Physician / patient encounters.  Typically, a trained professional gathers medical information during a Doctor appointment, in real-time, while obeying all HIPAA rules.

Similarly, A Virtual Medical Scribe works with an assigned Physician, virtually participating in the Doctor / patient visit and enters clinical data into electronic medical records.

Phoenix Medscribe and Softscript are two rlegitimate companies that hire Virtual Medical Scribes.

Online Researcher

Thanks to the internet, it’s possible to make money as an Online Researcher, using your internet sleuthing abilities to find answers to people’s questions.  Pay can be anywhere from $8.00 an hour to $35.00 an hour, depending the difficulty level of the questions and the company you work with.

Two places worth checking out are Wonder and StudyPool, which I’ll go into.

Wonder pays  you to be a “human search engine”, which they call a Research Assistant, answering questions submitted by paying customers who don’t want to dig for the answers themself.   

Getting started is pretty easy:

First go to their website

Then, in the ‘Join Our Community’ panel enter your name and email address, create a password, and agree to their terms and conditions (which seem to be the standard you see just about anywhere:) )

Now, click the ‘Start Application’ button to begin the application process.  It goes like this:

The application consists of a test to see if you qualify to be a Wonder Research Assistant.  This test is a sample question for you to research the answer, which is similar to the type of questions you’ll get when you start working.  The purpose of the test is so Wonder can see how quickly and accurately you answer the questions and how good you are at presenting your answer in a well-explained manner.

If you’re accepted, your next step is to learn some of the research and answer-formatting guidelines.

Finally, when you’re ready to start working, go to your Wonder dashboard and start researching answers to your assigned requests. 

StudyPool is similar to Wonder, but your questions are from students who want a little help getting answers to their academic questions. 

Even though you’re called a ‘Tutor’, you’re not tutoring in the normal sense, you’re providing answers, not teaching. 

For example, let’s say a student has an essay on e-commerce due in a few days and needs to know how and when e-commerce started.  This student provides detailed information about what he needs to know and the time frame in which he needs it.You, as the Tutor, will do the research and provide the answer.

So how do you get started as a StudyPool Tutor ?

You go to their website and create an account.  You’ll have to verify your email but once you do that you can start the 20-30 minute application process.  Which, by the way, asks a lot of questions about yourself, your education, and your research abilities.

It’s strongly suggested you become familiar with the StudyPool working guidelines, which can be found here.  In a nutshell, you bid on questions similar to if you were bidding on an item on eBay.  If your bid is accepted by the student who posed the question, you do the research and get paid.

Non Phone Work At Home Jobs Hiring Now:

Transcriber

Online transcription is one of the easiest jobs that doesn’t require talking on the phone.  But sadly, it’s also one of the most written about jobs and a lot of companies aren’t really worth your time.

However, as I wrote about in my online transcription jobs post, there are some pretty good transcription companies to work for if you’re a beginner, like these:

If you already have transcription experience, these companies are good ones to work for:

And this is interesting:

Amazon often has online transcription jobs available.  Just go to their Virtual Locations Jobs database and at the very top type Data Associate or Alexa Data Services in the search box.  These titles are known as Amazon’s transcription jobs.

Amazon transcription jbos from home

Then, scroll down and click on Work From Home.

Amazon hires people to do transcription from home

Document Translator

Being a translator is a great non-phone job opportunity because it can be done from anywhere…as long as you can fluently speak, write, and communicate in at least two different languages.

Blogs, books, articles and subtitles are just a few examples of content types that need translation and these companies always seem to be hiring:

Online ESL Teacher

Teaching English as a second language (ESL) is a popular non-phone online job because there’s a lot of need for this skill AND you can work virtually anywhere.

Getting one of these jobs does require specific certification, so not everyone’s cut out for it.  But if you like kids, want a rewarding career teaching English to students whose first language is not English, and want to make pretty good money in the meantime, then becoming certified so you can do this kind of work is worth your time.

In fact, here’s where you can read about ESL certification.

And here’s where you can learn all about the best ESL companies to work for.

Virtual Assistant

There’s no better time than now to take advantage of the office-related needs of business owners.  And by that I mean becoming a Virtual Assistant and getting paid to do a variety of business tasks that people would rather hire-out instead of do themselves.

Fortunately, being a Virtual Assistant is not relegated to the mundane things like making appointments and filling-in spreadsheets.  In fact, I have found that the most in-demand Virtual Assistant services are skills related to online growth such as blog management, social media management, and content creation. 

Some of the best Virtual Assistant companies to work for are:

These companies pay pretty well, around $20.00 an hour, but the real money is in being an independent Virtual Assistant. So, to get you started down this road, here are my top rated blog posts that’ll help you out:

  1. Best Virtual Assistant Training Courses
  2. How To Become A Virtual Assistant With No Experience
  3. Best Virtual Assistant Jobs For Beginners and pros

Work From Home Jobs That Don’t Require Human Interaction (or a phone)

Crowd Worker

Being a Crowd Worker is an easy way to make some extra money each month and crowdsourcing marketplaces are the best places to do that.

The idea is pretty simple: People and businesses post short, simple tasks they need to have done, you do them, you make a little bit of money. 

To put it in more detail, you sign up with a crowdsource marketplace and indicate specific skills you’re able to do.  You may have the option to take some qualifying tests, which will enable you to do more advanced tasks.  Then simply browse through the tasks within the platform and do them.

What kind of tasks are there ?

There’s a variety of tasks you can do, including data entry, image identification, SEO, online research, proofreading, even short writing assignments.

Amazon MTurk, Click Worker, The Smart Crowd by Lionbridge, and  TTec are some of the most popular platforms

Niche Blogger

I couldn’t write this article without including Niche Blogger.  Which, by the way, has the potential to be the highest paying non phone work from home job out there.

But to be honest, blogging isn’t easy.  You might think it is, but it’s not.  It takes a lot of hard work and many months without earning any money.  It’s not like you can write a few articles and relax between posts.  Not only are there the typical “will Google find my blog” worries, you have to figure out what to write about and learn what your readers want to read.

Luckily,the web is full of information on how to start a blog. 

Which is also a big problem.  So much information !

So my beginner’s guide to starting a mom blog will help you (which, by the way, is not limited to mom blog niches).  In it, you’ll see how to come up with a niche, how to get it started, and a bunch of technical stuff you need to know. 

Name Companies

Squad Help is a contest-based naming platform where you can sign-up as a ‘Creative’ and help companies come up with names for their business, craft taglines, create catchy slogans, and design logos. 

Once you join, you’re assigned two contests so you can start participating immediately. Once your ideas are liked in few contests, you will automatically receive full access to participate in all active contests.

If you ‘win’ a naming contest you can be paid between $100 and $300; some contests may pay even more.

Squad Help: Help CompaniesName Thier Business

Transcriber

Earlier, I went over transcription and how it’s a job opportunity that you can start almost immediately.  It’s also one that doesn’t require human interaction.  Best of both worlds when it comes to a legitimate non-phone work at home job.

Freelance Jobs That Don’t Require Talking On The Phone

We went over some great non phone job options, including some you can start today and some that don’t require ANY human interaction.

Now let’s go over some freelance jobs that don’t require you to be on the phone.

And the best part ?

The list you’re about to scan are all jobs that are in high-demand right now.  They all can be picked-up on freelance platforms like Upwork and Fiverr.  Just create a profile and start bidding on jobs that fall into one (or more) of these categories…as long as you have the skills to do them 🙂

Here they are:

Affiliate Marketing Manager

To gain exposure and make more sales, companies have affiliations with other business owners to achieve those goals.  And they hire people to facilitate these relationships.

Blog Article Editor / Proofreader

Just about every blog owner could use help with the formatting of their blog posts and misspellings of their writing.

Content Repurposer

A Content Repurposer takes content and spins it into a different format.  For example, a blog post can be spun into a YouTube video. 

Drop Servicing

This is where you provide and sell online digital things like logos and ebooks.  Upwork and Fiverr are two popular platforms for doing this.

Email Marketing Manager

An awesome non-phone job, an Email Marketing Manager takes care of all things related to email marketing.

Paid Ads Manager

Business owners are willing to pay for online ads because they don’t know how to do it effectively.  This is where you come in…as a professional Paid Ads Manager.  Want to learn how to do this ?  This online Facebook Ads Manager course teaches you what you need to know.

Pinterest Manager

Pinterest is more than a visual search engine.  It’s a marketing strategy for millions of business owners.  And they willing pay to have someone do this work for them.

YouTube Channel Manager

Everyone wants to be a YouTube star.  Why not help them reach that goal ?

Web / Blog Manager

Upwork is an excellent place to find freelance web and blog management jobs that can be long-term paychecks for you.

Final Thoughts

Non phone work from home jobs – especially the ones that don’t require ANY human interaction – are ideal jobs for a variety of reasons.

  –  Maybe you have too many distractions.

  –  Maybe your phone service sucks.

  –  Or maybe you just don’t like to talk on the telephone.

No matter the reason, jobs that don’t require talking on the phone are abundant, as you can tell by this post.

 


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Author: Kat Lewis

Kat Lewis is the person behind The Wary Worker, the blog that shows you how to work from home and live life in the meantime. Kat is a former Accounting Specialist turned Human Resource Generalist who found her niche in the work-at-home world. With an analytical background, Kat looks at every opportunity with a skeptical eye so she can bring the truth to anyone wanting to work from home.

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