Check Out These 7 Work-From-Home Customer Service Jobs With Great Benefits


We’re all enjoying the holidays now, but there will be a day coming very soon when those pesky holiday bills will need to get paid. (Don’t you hate how it always happens like that?) If you’re looking to earn some extra cash without having to venture out into icy winter temps, check out these work-from-home customer service jobs.

There’s no commute, you can keep an eye on the kids (which means you might not have to fork over half your wages to a sitter), and you can work in your jammies. Plus, some of these jobs offer killer benefits (like an unlimited Starbucks card!!). Dream jobs? We think so!


As the name suggests, this company provides customer support, and they are hiring a remote services technician. As noted in the posting on, this is an entry-level job providing “inbound customer service support for basic troubleshooting and resolution of service related problems for high speed internet and wireless gateways.” So knowing how the internet really works is key. Applicants must also have excellent communication skills, and be able to communicate technical information to inexperienced users over the phone. After finishing training, you’ll make $10.25 per hour, and also get paid time off as well as medical, dental and vision benefits. Apply here.

2. InVision

The title of this job is “customer success manager.” You need some design chops, like PhotoShop and Sketch, for this one. More than 2 million designers, product managers and marketers use InVision’s product, including companies such as Twitter, Uber and Evernote (not a shabby client list, eh?), according to The Penny Hoarder. This app company was voted #21 in Glassdoor’s 2017 small- and medium-sized “Best Places to Work” list, and there’s something to be said for that. And will you please look at these benefits: Competitive salary, Macbook Pro (!!), health club membership (you pick the club,) unlimited Amazon books, an unlimited Starbucks card (WHAT??), half-days on Fridays, health care and stock options. Boy, howdy! Apply for this dream job here.

3. U-Haul

Everyone knows the company U-Haul, and now you can join their team from the comfort of your own home. Enjoy helping others? Do you have a quiet, distraction-free home workplace? Then consider applying to be a U-Haul customer service agent. According to the company’s website, competition for this job is fierce, and they are looking for very committed employees with at least six months of customer service experience. Applicants must be available to work at least 32 hours a week, but may not necessarily get that many hours.  There’s no mention of the compensation in the ad, but if you want to apply, click here!

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4. Dyson

The vacuum people need a customer experience specialist/online advisor. According to The Penny Hoarder, this position will “include providing online customer service via email and live chat, monitoring social media for actionable content and questions and filling in other areas as needed.” Requirements include a high school diploma or equivalent, a minimum of two years of experience in a customer service position, preferably in a call center, one or more years of experience in an online customer support role, and experience with social media like Twitter and Facebook. Compensation is “confidential,” so you’ll need to ask about that when you apply here.

5. Part My Ride

Now, this isn’t like Uber. Part My Ride is a startup automotive company selling used car parts online. The company is seeking a “high-level, strategic thinker and problem solver” for the role of “customer champion.” Phone calls, chat, email, customer follow-up, processing orders—if that’s your area of expertise, this might be the job for you. The position is full time, with working hours from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. central or mountain time (but again, you can work from home). No details on compensation. Apply here, or send your resume to