While a lot of work at home jobs are phone-based, the Internet has opened up a new breed of customer service that does not require being on the phone.
In fact, live customer service chat is becoming more and more popular everyday.
By Holly Reisem Hanna Back when I was in college, I worked for a telemarketing company.
While the gig itself was flexible with it’s hours and it paid well, it totally exhausted me.
More often than not, people did not want to converse on the phone (which I totally get), so I would have to deal with their anger, irritation, and lots of hang ups. After college, I worked for Medicaid doing prior authorization for nursing visits and home medical equipment.
Again I was on the phone for long periods of time dealing with disgruntled providers — no fun!
The “Sugar Daddy Industry” has exploded in the last several years.
If you’re just dipping your toes back into the dating pool, free sites can be a great place to start.
Ohlala calls itself “the dating app designed to empower female users”–but others call it an escort service.
Once you sign up for Ohlala, male users create date requests and list their budget. When a female user accepts the man’s request, a chat opens up and both parties can agree to the terms and go on a date.
People who grow tired of making endless app conversation and engaging in idle chit-chat over cocktails can turn to 3nder or Ohlala to get down to business.
On Pia Poppenreiter, a Berlin-based entrepreneuer with a masters degree in ethics serves as Ohlala’s CEO.