How I Learned to Work From Home: Dets to Becoming a NexRep Independent Agent

With the new year, for me, has come the exciting opportunity to take the plunge and finally work from home! That’s right, for the first time in over ten years, I had a “real” job!

There were rules to start with, first being, I would only apply to jobs online that would allow all the processes from pre-hire, to training, to start time. After quite a few hours scrolling through Indeed, I now work a few jobs that provide real pay. Pay options include either through PayPal, a cash card through the job itself, or direct deposit options.

At the first part-time job, I made minimum wage, and back then, I was grateful for the money because of the opportunity it gave me to actually work again. My time as a “telephone interviewer” with that particular company didn’t last long, however, because within a few weeks it was clear the pay wasn’t worth the aggravation of being a constant imposition to unsuspecting callers.

If you have a thick skin and don’t mind nightly critiques of your daily performance on random calls, this may be a viable possibility for you.

The technical requirements include; a computer or laptop, cell phone or house/landline phone, headset or ear buds with mic, printer and a steady Internet connection along with your clean background check.

That money was okay at 28 maximum hours and only $7.50 an hour, but, making over $12 an hour for 60 minutes of talk time plus the potential $20+ an hour in third party offer commissions, is way better!!

Come join me on the As For Seen TV team! These products sell themselves! Agents sell products that customers already want and offer them upgrades, accessories and opportunities to save from scripts tested and proven to sell with customers!

Processing orders from home is easy, fun and rewarding work! While selling, in my opinion, the pacing of a call as well as a smooth delivery, having a working expansive product knowledge of what you’re selling, and enthusiasm in the product pitch are the keys to scoring success in the continuing sales.

Wake up, roll out of bed, grab a bite to eat with your cup of joe, and schedule yourself to work from home comfortably. Tons of savings on daily expenses like gas, parking fees, and weather has less effect on your ability to work!

After 9 hours of unpaid training, 6 hours of certification, as well as an ethernet cable to connect your internet, along with the ability to work on the weekends, (when the call volume is highest) are all non-negotiable requirements for this position. Rock those and you are on the fast track to becoming a Direct Response Superstar!

Since I get to pick my own schedule, I get to work the hours I want.

Surprise yourself, improve your expenses, come and make the most of your potential with us from the comforts of your own home!

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Teen Tips! How to Avoid the Agony of the ‘Summer Job Talk’: Like a Boss

Four Top Summer Job Sites for Teens

Summer is coming, and (if you’re a teen) just like mosquito bites and mega movie blockbusters, the “are-you-looking-for-work-and-thinking-about-your-future?” conversation from your parents (guardians or caregivers) is imminent. Don’t take the raised eyebrow of concern personal (speaking on behalf of “adults”): we have all been under the weight of that suspiciously expectant look before.

Statista.com, The Statistical Portal’s 2012 U.S. consumer trend report, asked U.S. Millennials: “What attributes are most important to you when considering a job in the United States? (For the purpose of this article we shall concern ourselves with the top 4 answers. For entire graph please visit webpage link)

The resounding majority (48%) of “share respondents” think a competitive salary is the most important part of a job with health care benefits (43%) following a close second. Holding strong at third place (34%) think it’s important that work/life are balanced and (25%) felt career advancement was not very important when choosing a job. (Charts are based off of “shared response” survey questions, not “number of people” asked, which is why the percentages are over 100%. Probability is high responders answered surveys multiple times.)

If the collected data is to be believed the first and most important motivator for teenaged applicants is: Money! Hey, I feel you, guys. Not only do I believe the evidence: I agree.

I then consulted Statista.com’s The Statistical Portal’s consumer trend 2012 report for U.S. Millennials planning on working in the U.S.: What working hours do you/would you expect from a job? The majority of teens (42%) expected typical 9 to 5 working hours while the middle (34%) expected mainly typical and some flexible hours while the minority realist (25%) expect mainly flexible hours from their places of employment.

These statistical results (for lack of better wording): Rock.

Here are 4 summer jobs sites for teens featuring competitive salaries and flexible hours with direct links to online applications;

1. Retail Workers through HireTeen.com: The self proclaimed 1# resource for teens to apply for jobs has more than 164 companies to chose from. From food service to retail outlet stores filling out a profile and creating a resume is the first step to your first summer paycheck. Each company job listing has the age and educational requirements clearly labeled making the job search painless and energy efficient.

2. Caregivers through Care.com: For those teens experienced with caring for younger siblings, keeping up with household chores and social media networking: Care.com is the one stop website for you! Filling out a profile is quick, easy and allows you the opportunity to finally get paid for the experience you put in from all those countless hours of continuous family obligations.

3. Movie Theater Workers through HireTeen.com: Hire Teen has made a second appearance for good reason. They have a special section devoted to movie theaters and cinemas jobs! From Acme to Malco and everything in between: chilling out in their air conditioned theaters while earning an employee discount has never been so easy.

4. Volunteers through Volunteermatch.org: This site claims they: “Bring good people and good causes together.” I know: this isn’t a “competitive” pay-based organization website. For the 25% who believe that career advancement is an important attribute for choosing a job: volunteer work could be the first step towards a solid foundation in a workforce. Depending upon the organization you choose, there may be many advantages to volunteering such as; educational awards, job experience, room and board, and in many cases: a stipend or expense allowance to fulfill your needs!
For more resources on finding summer jobs for teens online please visit these links;

1. Randstad.com: This “national network of companies” finds seasonal work for all ages (including teenagers) and is a wonderful resource for finding temporary jobs based on your unique skill set.

2. Snagajob.com: This job site has regional listings for open positions based on desired state, open positions, and employer/employee searches.
(And last: but certainly not least!)
3. Americorps: The Corporation for National and Community Service website has it all for those among you with civic duties prioritized on your resume; educational awards, job experience, and in many cases: a stipend! Research the site fully for programs that fit your needs and special skill set.