5 Part-Time Work-From-Home Jobs That are Hiring Right Now

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We’re always on the lookout for new work-from-home opportunities for you.

But what if work or family obligations keep you from getting a full-time job? What options do you have?

You could get a high-paying side gig, join Swagbucks, start your own business… or snag a part-time work-from-home job like one of these.

5 Part-Time, Work-From-Home Jobs Hiring Now

Ready, set, work from home!

1. User Happiness Officer for Big Health

Digital medicine startup Big Health is looking for a user happiness officer to assist customers with its Sleepio app.

Sleepio is “a digital sleep improvement program that features proven cognitive and behavioral techniques but is designed to feel more like entertainment than medicine.” In this role, you’ll answer customer questions and troubleshoot any problems that come up.

You must live in the Pacific Standard time zone or in the U.K, and be able to commit to 6-15 hours per week over three days, including at least one weekend day.

2. SEO Strategist for Black Fin

Are you an SEO rockstar? Then apply for this job at Black Fin, a marketing agency for law firms.

You’ll be responsible for creating an “actionable” strategy to improve its clients’ SEO rankings. In addition to crushing it at SEO, you need to be data-driven and have excellent communications skills.

Though the position is only 20 hours per week, the company notes it’s “looking for team players interested in long term opportunities and potential for more responsibility in the future.”

3. Content Proofreader for Maxim Group

Maxim Group, a “full-service investment banking, securities and wealth management firm,” is on the hunt for a part-time proofreader and editor.

Your main duty will be editing, but you’ll also have the chance to produce some original content.

The ideal candidate has a background in research and is able to handle multiple projects at once. A bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject is also required.

4. Facebook Ad Manager for Bounce Fitness

Calling all Facebook junkies! If you know your way around Power Editor, Bounce Fitness wants you.

The in-home personal training company is looking for a Facebook ad manager to join its team remotely.

In addition to Facebook ads, you’ll also run a blogger outreach program, write editorial content, report analytics and manage other social channels.

5. Customer Support for Tacit Progression

As a customer service representative for Tacit Progression, you’ll provide “phone and email support for an online application.”

To be eligible, you must be “consistently friendly and positive with a high level of patience” and able to work with “minimal supervision.”

You’ll work 2-6 hours per week at $15 per hour. When you work is totally up to you — you’ll just need to answer all emails and calls before the end of the business day.

Your Turn: Do any of these jobs strike your fancy?

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.