Over the years, I’ve worked my fair share of phone jobs.
In college, I worked as an appointment setter for a direct sales team. I also worked as a telemarketer, making phone calls for charities, political campaigns, and Pizza Hut, offering a buy one, get one free deal.
After I graduated from college, I moved to Vail, Colorado, to be a ski bum for the season. To fund this, I worked as a reservationist at the Lodge at Vail, helping people book their hotel rooms.
Later, after obtaining my second degree and nursing license, I worked on the phone approving medical equipment, supplies, and nursing visits for Medicaid patients.
If you’re someone who enjoys connecting with others, and you can stay calm under pressure, there are lots of virtual call center jobs where you can get paid to talk on the phone!
This list focuses explicitly on remote customer service, tech support, and sales jobs. If…