June 19, 2008

Work At Home as a Working Solutions Agent

Working Solutions is looking for independent contractors that will work completely from home on varying projects.

Projects can include order processing, reservations, enrollments, customer service, sales, market research, technical support, etc. Other types of project work may be added at any time.

If you are only able to do non-phone work, or can only work certain hours, such as evenings and weekends, just note this where prompted on the Agent Application. Hours and requirements for each project are different, but some do include non-business hours. For most projects, Agents schedule their own hours online, one week in advance, so hours can differ from week to week.

The application process starts with an online application. They advise you to be complete and thorough when filling this out. If you want to add your resume, you need to paste resume information into the comments section of the application---DO NOT send your resume seperately.

After completing the online application, you will be able to take part one of their testing--you can take it right away, or return later. After you complete the first part of testing, you will be given instructions for completing the second part of their test.

You will be notified by email if you have not met the standards. Otherwise, you will be notified that you are in the "pending pool" and will be considered for project opportunities that appear to be a good match with your skills, experience, home office set up, and availability. When there is a potential match, you will be contacted by email with a Project Notification, detailing the specifics of the available project. If you accept the terms and are selected for the project, an agreement will be drafted stating that you are an independent contractor for Working Solutions. It will also outline the scope of the project and required objectives. You will then be scheduled to go through a virtual preparation session prior to beginning work on the project.

Pay differs with the which type of project you are working on, but the average is from $7.20 per hour to $30 per hour, depending on the project. Income will vary greatly based on the work you are doing, how successful you are, how much work is available, and how many hours you choose to work.

Payment is through direct deposit or checks by mail, and checks are issued every other week if you have completed work.

Visit the Working Solutions website, read more,and if you decide to apply, just get started on the site with their online application.

Good luck, and remember that this position may take some time to get accepted for and receive projects, but it is probably worth the wait. Also, since the work is not on a regular basis,it is a good idea to consider this as a part time job, not a full time source of income.

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