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

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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 hiring 1,750 remote customer service associates for the holidays.

The online retail giant needs part-time seasonal customer service associates who will work from home to troubleshoot issues that customers may have with late packages, returns/refunds, damaged items and more.

Employees will primarily communicate with customers via phone, but email and chat support may also be required.

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Job alert: Amazon is hiring remote customer service associates

According to a job posting that went up September 7, the role pays $10 per hour through four weeks of training and increases to $12 an hour after the successful completion of training.

Although this is a work-from-home job, it’s limited to people who live in the following states:

  • South Carolina
  • Idaho
  • New Mexico
  • Tennessee
  • Louisiana
  • West Virginia
  • Alabama
  • South Dakota
  • Oklahoma
  • Arkansas
  • Nebraska
  • Mississippi

The ability to work a flexible schedule is a requirement for this position. Associates should expect to work 20-29 hours per week, with additional hours during Black Friday 2018 and other peak shopping times.

FlexJobs tells Clark.com that Amazon is hoping to fill these positions by October 14, 2018. These jobs will go fast!

If you want to learn more about this opportunity, click here to apply. The job ID is SF180017019. Check out Amazon’s jobs page for a list of other remote positions.

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