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American Express is Hiring People to Work From Home for $15+ per Hour

Updated August 12, 2016
by Susan Shain
Senior Writer
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Editor’s note 8/12/16: The part-time virtual customer care professionals position has been filled, but don’t worry — we’ve posted a lot more work-from-home opportunities! We’re always trying to find more remote jobs for you Penny Hoarders, so keep checking back here for updates!

Looking for part-time work?

That you can do remotely?

With a well-known company?

Check, check and check: American Express is hiring part-time virtual customer care professionals.

Pay starts at $15.73 per hour — and the job doesn’t require a college degree!

Here’s how to apply.

Get a Remote Customer Service Job With American Express

In this position, you’ll work from home for 20-29 hours per week, responding to “incoming calls in a fast-paced environment.”

Your duties will include answering questions, solving problems creatively and providing “extraordinary” customer service.

To be eligible, you must live in any state but Alaska, California or Hawaii, and have a distraction-free home office and experience “successfully interacting with customers.”

You’ll start out earning $15.73 per hour, with the opportunity to earn “monthly performance-based incentives.”

Not only is training paid, the company will also cover the connection cost and monthly fees for “dedicated telephone and Internet service from an American Express approved provider in your area.”

Woohoo!

The listing says “flexible, non-traditional schedules are available” — which means it could be a great fit for those of you with other work or familial obligations.

Plus, after 90 days of employment, you’ll be eligible for benefits like health insurance, retirement plans and tuition assistance!

Sounds like a pretty good gig, right? Click here to learn more and apply.

Your Turn: Will you apply for this job?

Susan Shain, senior writer for The Penny Hoarder, is always seeking adventure on a budget. Visit her blog at susanshain.com, or say hi on Twitter @susan_shain.

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