Need extra cash? Amazon is hiring and you can work from home

Need extra cash? Amazon is hiring and you can work from home
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If you’re looking for a job, Amazon is once again hiring for its virtual customer service center!

The e-commerce giant needs full-time seasonal customer service associates who will work from home to troubleshoot issues that customers may have over phone, chat and email.

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Amazon is hiring for remote positions

According to a job posting that went up September 7, the gig pays $10 an hour with paid training and bonus opportunity.

Being able to work a flexible schedule is a requirement for this position. Hours will increase during the peak season from Thanksgiving through mid-January, with the possibility of mandatory overtime.

You must also live in one of these states to apply for the position:​

  1.  Alabama
  2. Arkansas
  3. Georgia
  4. Idaho
  5. Kansas
  6. Kentucky
  7. Louisiana
  8. Mississippi
  9. Nebraska
  10. New Mexico
  11. North Carolina
  12. Oklahoma
  13. South Dakota
  14. South Carolina
  15. Tennessee
  16. Utah
  17. West Virginia

Basic qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Fluent English language proficiency required
  • Basic typing, phone and computer navigation skills
  • Ability to navigate the internet, multiple browsers, email and Instant Messenger tools
  • 1+ years in a service environment dealing with the public
  • Ability to participate and complete mandatory training (this schedule may be different from your production schedule upon hiring)

If you want to learn more about this job opportunity, click here to apply. Check out Amazon’s jobs page for a list of other remote opportunities — full-time and part-time.

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