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Call Center Representative Agent Work From Home - Part-time Focus Group Participants, Rockford

Published 2021-12-03
Expires 2022-01-03
ID #770455247
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Call Center Representative Agent Work From Home - Part-time Focus Group Participants, Rockford
United States, Illinois, Rockford,
Published December 3, 2021

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Call center representative agent work from home - part-time focus group participants
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PositionCall Center Representative Agent Work From Home - Part-Time Focus Group Participants Our company is seeking individuals to participate in National & Local Paid Focus Groups, Clinical Trials, and Phone Interviews. With most of our paid focus group studies, you have the option to participate remotely online or in-person. This is a great way to earn additional income from the comfort of your home. Compensation: $75-$150 (per 1 hour session) $300-$750 (multi-session studies) Job Requirements: Show up at least 10 minutes prior to discussion start time. Participate by completing written and/or oral instructions. Complete written survey provided for each panel. MUST actually use products and/or services, if provided. Then be ready to discuss PRIOR to meeting date. Qualifications: Must have either a smart phone with working camera or webcam on desktop/laptop. Must have access to high speed internet Desire to fully participate in one or several of the given topics Ability to read, understand, and follow oral and written instructions. Call Center Representative Agent experience is not necessary Job Benefits: Flexibility to take part in discussions online or in-person. No commute needed if you choose to work from home remotely. No minimum hours. You can do this part-time or full-time Enjoy free samples from our sponsors and partners in exchange for your honest feedback of their products. You get to review and use new products or services before they are launched to the public. This position is perfect for anyone looking for temporary, part-time or full-time work. The hours are flexible and no previous experience is needed. If you are call center representative agent or someone just looking for a flexible part time remote work at home job, this is a great way to supplement your income. Powered by JazzHR

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