Favorite Telecommute Jobs 07-26-12

Have you heard about work-from-home opportunities, but you aren’t sure where to begin? Do you worry that you will become a victim of an employment scam? Virtual Vocations is here to help! We can guide you through the process of finding telecommute employment. To start, consider applying for one of these positions pulled from our database of the web’s best remote work opportunities!

Position Title: Remote Medical Billing Analyst
Position Stats: Full Time, Employee, $16-$17/hour
Who wouldn’t love the opportunity to analyze medical bills, rather than pay them? This telecommute position for a New Hampshire-based company is for medical billing professionals with at least four years of professional experience. We love this position because it demonstrates that legitimate, work-from-home income can be earned from medical bill analysis, which is a common ploy used by employment scammers. Apply now!

Position Title: Telecommute Business Blog Writers
Position Stats: Part Time, Contract, $12/hour
Are you a student writer who wants to gain professional experience, but still dreams of working with a casual and fun company? This part-time, contract opportunity could be your chance! If you have writing experience as an English, Journalism or Business major, you can create business blog content optimized for SEO. You should be able to meet deadlines, so don’t try and pull the “My roommate at my blog post!” bit. Apply now!

Position Title: Remote Title Searcher/Examiner
Position Stats: Part Time, Employee, $9.00-$20.00/hour
This position is great because it presents high earnings potential for telecommuters who may only have the desire or ability to work part-time. With this Austin, Texas based position, you can work as a Remote Title Searcher/Examiner and earn as much as $20 per hour based on your experience and performance. Apply now!

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About Kimberly Back 770 Articles
Kimberly Back is the Content Division Manager at Virtual Vocations. Prior to beginning work with Virtual Vocations in 2012, Kimberly was a subscriber and advocate of Virtual Vocations' services. She has exclusively worked from home since 2009.

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