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10 Work From Home Chat Jobs That Are Hiring

Work from home chat jobs are opening up opportunities for those who may not have the luxury of a noiseless work environment.

Kids, contractors and/or pets may make it completely impossible for you to call clients or bosses from your home. But does that mean you can’t communicate with them?


Many companies hire people who work from home and communicate with their clients and customers strictly via email or online chat.

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Because of this perk, such individuals can have complete chaos going on in their homes and still get paid for their work.

Alternately, they can take their work to area cafes, restaurants and even playgrounds and not worry about interrupting their workday.

10 Work From Home Chat Jobs

Which 10 companies are currently hiring online chat and email support agents?

1. Apple

Apple Work from Home Chat Jobs

Apple does occasionally work at home chat agents for its customer service and technical support divisions.

These 20 hour/week virtual positions get snapped up fast, so it pays to check the company’s job board often.

If you do land a chat support position with Apple, the company will send you your own computer- for free!

Apple chat agents should be familiar with the company’s products and have some prior experience in customer service and/or doing live chat. According to GlassDoor, Apple chat agents earn as much as $20.50/hour.

2. Arise

Arise Work from Home Chat Jobs

This company provides phone, chat, email, video and even social media services for its clients.

Once you’re hired, you can choose which form(s) of support you’d like to provide. The pay ranges from $9-$19/hour and you must be able to work at least 15 hours/week.

3. Best Buy

Best Buy Jobs

Best Buy hires tech support agents who can troubleshoot Apple and Microsoft products, as well as some mobile apps, as part of its Geek Squad workforce.

Geek Squad agents must have at least one year of technical troubleshooting experience and reside in the USA (except for California, Alaska, Washington and Puerto Rico).

The pay is roughly $11/hour.

4. Paperless Pipeline

Paperless Pipeline Jobs

Paperless Pipeline is a document scanning and storage app that enables realty and auditing companies to go paperless.

Clients of this software include realtors and auditors who use the app to store various documents (e.g., contracts), thus reducing how much total paperwork they must carry to a closing or audit.

Paperless Pipeline hires so-called ‘Customer Advocates’ from time to time- these advocates assist clients who are trying to use the app and get stuck or experience technical issues.

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Paperless Pipeline pays $20/hour and its advocates can work full-time. Many advocates with this company work post 9-to-5 hours because realtors and auditors frequently work after workday hours.

5. Jobs

This company provides IT technical support for its consumers, which typically consist of small businesses.

So, you’ll need to have some tech support experience to successfully snag a position with

Once hired, you’ll be able to schedule and work shifts that pay $11/hour. There is also a mandatory training period, complete with a background check.

6. Talk2Rep

Talk2Rep Jobs

This company hires Sales Chat Agents that help its telecommunications clients. In order to get hired, you’ll need  assist current and potential customers of telecommunications companies.

You must possess a fairly good command of the English language, have a typing speed of 50 WPM and be able to research topics online quickly.

The pay for work at home chat agents ranges from $9-$14/hour; agents also earn commissions.

7. TeleTech

TeleTech Jobs

This company hires customer service and technical support individuals to work with its roster of clients.

With TeleTech, you are hired on as an employee, and the company does require that you pass a series of MatchPoint tests before you are hired. You must also pass a drug test.

Work shifts with this company range from 4-6 hours; most TeleTech clients require that you work a minimum of 20 hours/week. The pay ranges from $9-$11/hour.

8. The Chat Shop

The Chat Shot Jobs

Companies that need chat agents for their own websites work with The Chat Shop to hire such agents.

Available positions vary from sales to customer service to technical support, and all positions come with paid training.

To qualify as a chat agents you’ll need to demonstrate a typing speed of 80 WPM, be meticulous and organized, and be able to work 35-40 hours/week.

Chat agents work remotely, and The Chat Shop pay scale starts at $10/hour.

9. Uber


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This company hires so-called “Community Support Representatives” who work remotely to provide email support to Uber drivers and users.

The duties of the CSR include answering inquiries about a service, reporting a problem/complaint, and escalating an issue when deemed necessary.

Uber CSRs are expected to work 40 hours/week, some of that time includes weekends. According to GlassDoor, CSRs earn $13-$15/hour.

10. Sedgwick

Sedgwick helps people handle their insurance claims.

They have quite a few work from home chat job opportunities available. Enter “work at home” in the search bar of their careers section to find the available positions.

Bilingual speakers are offered higher compensation rate.

Their is opportunities to grow into higher roles within the company as well.

How much do work at home chat jobs pay?

Work at home chat jobs salary falls within the $8-$12/hr range. Some companies will pay more and offer benefits, but those are rare and extremely competitive. Some positions are more sales based and will include commissions on top of an hourly rate as well.

Pay is always equal to the amount of work and effort needed. Work at home chat positions are fairly easy and do not require much experience.

You should mainly be using these types of jobs for extra income with part-time work, or as an opportunity to get your foot in the door at a larger company.

The Bottom Line

If you’re looking to land a work from home chat job, start with one of the above companies.

Chat jobs hold a distinct advantage over more traditional customer support jobs. You get to do all of the work and never have to talk on the phone.

Be sure to check out our full list of work at home jobs as well. There are 90 different ideas laid out with hundreds of companies looking for new employees.

13 thoughts on “10 Work From Home Chat Jobs That Are Hiring”

  1. Wow!!!… Thank you for the great the information. Do you know how much people struggle to find this kind of jobs of working from home?
    You saved a lot of people time of searching from one site to another.
    I will definitely try some my self. Do they cost anything to register or to join?

  2. Hi there,

    Thank you kindly for this list of chat job that I or my girlfriend could do from home. I have notice that a lot of the companies listed are multi-national, therefore by defination as long as they have an office in a particular country there ought to be some kind of chat job going…

    • You’re very welcome Derek. A lot of the companies do hire from anywhere in the world, but a strong grasp of the English language is usually a requirement. 

  3. There are quite a few options to choose from to work from home in the chat section. So this proves that eventually, most people will be working from home as new technology emerges and more and more people are looking for freedom.

    But I agree that true freedom is one that allows you to work when you want to and to be able to earn more than these low hourly wages.

    • A lot of these jobs pay double the minimum wage. They make for great part-time work if you’re looking for a consistent paycheck week-to-week.

  4. Thanks for adding this! I really appreciate your research. Now a day’s evety company have different policies. I have worked in many companies. But TalkAgent offered training period and required good communication skills.

  5. Hi Steve!

    Thank you very much for this post. All the offers seem very interesting for someone looking for work from home. I have some questions for you, though, if you don’t mind. Do you believe, beside typing abilities, companies look for specific software or programs knowledge or they are usually willing to train their staff? Do they hire people from other countries? I am interested in trying some of those online jobs. Your article was very helpful!

    • Every company is going to have different policies regarding location and experience. I haven’t personally worked for any of the companies listed above, but after looking through the listings, almost all of them offered a training period and required good typing skills. The requirements seem rather low as most of these are entry level jobs.

  6. Hi Steve
    Thanks for this article. I learned so much from it.Honestly speaking, when it comes to Apple customer support, I actually pictured folks working at a specific Apple training center of some kind not at home, and to top it off, you get your own PC. No wonder these jobs get taken up so fast.

    Anyway, I really do appreciate your review of these jobs and they are interesting. However, some of them seem more demanding than regular jobs with having one to work over weekends?

    I am actually looking for something whereby I could have an online business whereby I could earn a passive income from.

    You mentioned something about your passion, that sounds like interesting stuff.
    Can you tell me more about that?


    • Some of these can be demanding as they require you to log a certain minimum number of hours per week. You can usually hit the minimum by spending 2 hours per day with a few extra hours on the weekend. It’s a good way to earn some extra money each week without the obligations of a full-time commitment.

  7. Great post. I’ve always wanted to work from home and be free from the 9-5. I’ve researched a lot online about what options are available to allow me to work from home and these are some great ideas. I never really considered live chat being an option but of course it’s becoming a more popular method of offering tech support so what better way to earn your money from home. Thanks for an inspiring article. :)

    • Cheers Steve! It could be a great way to earn some extra money in your downtime all from the comfort of your own home.

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