Work-From-Home Jobs That Don’t Require Talking On The Phone

If you don't like talking on the phone, these jobs may be for you.

A work-from-home job is perfect if you have kids at home, but so many of these jobs require talking on the phone, and for many people, this isn’t an option. Whether you’ve got a lot of background noise, your work schedule is sporadic, or you’re just not a fan of gabbing all day long, you’ll want to find other legitimate work-from-home options that don’t require you to be on the phone all day. They can be difficult to find when you’re weeding through the many work-from-home customer service jobs you see online, but luckily, we’re here to help.

Here are six legitimate non-phone work at home jobs to consider.

1. Freelance Writing

If you’ve got a way with words—the written word, that is—you might want to consider freelance writing. This could be for a range of companies, from media websites, to marketing firms, to individual clients and even blogs. There are a number of websites that feature writing jobs, including Upwork, Demand Media (now called Leaf Group), Craigslist and more.

2. Virtual Assisting

Many companies or individuals look for virtual assistants to help them with their day-to-day tasks. Some may involve phone calls, but many don’t. A virtual assistant job could include sending emails, scheduling appointments or bookkeeping. You can choose to work as an employee for a company such as 24/7 Virtual Assistant or Assistant Match, or you could take the other route and set up a virtual assistance company of your own. (Learn more about getting started as a virtual assistant here.)

3. Customer Support

Plenty of companies provide online support, which means you can help people with customer service without having to talk on the phone. Instead, you will provide customer support through chat and email. Websites such as Apple and Convergys are often hiring for online customer support positions.

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