Work At Home: Live Chat



Work At Home Live Chat


Everyone wants to work from home, if possible — working from your living room erases your long commute, allows you to work in pajamas and takes the stress of employee interactions and long group meetings out of your day. Live chat careers are an excellent opportunity to broaden your horizons, improve your resume, make a decent salary and still spend most of the day ensconced in your couch. Here are a few companies that periodically hire employees to serve a live chat function.

1. Apple At Home

This is Apple’s call center program where the company hires college students and other young agents to work from home on a partial or full-time basis. There are certain location requirements for each position, but the main aspect of the job is taking incoming calls and explaining details of products to customers. An excellent position for technology enthusiasts and Apple supporters.

To apply Click Here and type in At Home Advisor. Check back often for open chat positions.


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2. Needle

This company hires live chat agents to help customers who are having issues with online shopping or online payment mechanisms. The position does not have base pay — rather, support agents are paid by chat. The relative success of the aid provided does not have a bearing on payment.

To apply Click Here

3. Televated

This is a company that exclusively hires live chat workers for a variety of different tasks. If you work for Televated, you could specialize in inbound or outbound customer service, feedback provision to customers or websites, email responses to companies or customers, or even live online chat. Although the pay is relatively low at approximately $9.50 an hour, Televated has an incentive structure in place that can raise that hourly rate significantly.

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4. Talk 2 Rep

Talk 2 Rep hires people to act as chat support agents from home. The training for these positions is a bit more extensive because employees are expected to be able to explain products and product features to customers, and even handle sales to a point. The main thrust of the position is customer consultation, but because sales may be involved the payment structure is somewhat higher than that of other similar positions.

To apply Click Here

5. Uber — Community Support Representative

The extremely profitable ridesharing company has recently begun hiring people to examine customer complaints and respond in a timely and appropriate fashion. Called “Uber evangelists”, these employees are required to have excellent writing skills and experience in customer service. Nights and weekend shifts are often required, so this position would be perfect for night owls or 9-5ers looking for a little extra cash. Uber’s payment and bonus structure are both excellent, so competition for these positions is fairly stiff.

The internet has opened up a world of possibilities for people searching for work they can do at home. Live chat jobs and careers will continue to expand in number and scope as internet technology progresses and companies recognize that their employees do not need to be in an office setting to work and contribute effectively.

To apply Click Here and type in community support representative. Check back often for open positions.



I am the owner and operator of! I have been working at home for over 10 years. Wahtips began with me sending emails to friends and people I met through social media explaining how to work at home along with links to legitimate companies. I have a 3 yr old son, a wonderful husband and a Shih Tzu puppy named Rosie.

5 thoughts on “Work At Home: Live Chat

  • October 30, 2016 at 1:43 am

    It is nice that there’s a job to do work at home for Uber as well. Handling customer complaints is a great way to know what needs to be done to improve the service. I would even be interested in becoming a driver for Uber, if it were available in my area.

  • October 27, 2016 at 6:39 pm

    Uber is everywhere in our city. There are a lot of retired people working for them, as well as young university students with cars. I’m not sure how I’d feel driving people I don’t know around but it seems pretty popular around here.

  • October 26, 2016 at 10:15 pm

    A good friend of mine worked a WAH live chat job a couple yeas ago. For the life of me I cannot remember the name. However, I know she did enjoy her job and said that most customers were always kind and appreciative of the help she gave them.

  • October 20, 2016 at 12:59 pm

    I’ve considered working in live chat in the past but never really got around to it because most of the time people didn’t post links to legit sites. This list is probably the best I’ve come across. I’m wondering, though, what are the pros and cons of a working a live chat job overall?

  • October 20, 2016 at 10:13 am

    I knew that there was customer service based jobs out there, but I didn’t realize that there were so many of them. I think that working for Uber sounds really interesting. Do you know if you have to live where Uber is accessible? I live in a small town so I’m not sure that we even have Uber here.

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