16 of the Best Work from Home Non-Phone Jobs
Jobs that Don’t Require Talking on The Phone
Non-phone work from home jobs are becoming more and more popular.
I mean, who wouldn’t want to work from the comfort of their own home without having to talk on the phone all day?
I know I did and now I have one of those jobs.
I started this website because I was looking for online jobs from home for moms but I couldn’t find any.
Instead of continuing to search for something that didn’t exist I decided to reach out to work from home moms and interview them to see what they do, how they got started, how they are able to do it with kids, and most importantly, how much they earn.
I will share many of their success stories in this article so you’ll know that these are legit non-phone work from home jobs.
I will also share what I do to work from home and how I earn $5,000 per month without talking on the phone.
I get many inquiries regarding data entry jobs and I don’t promote them because the pay is so low that it’s really not worth the time or effort.
I want to provide a list of work from home jobs that pay well along with the resources to help you get started.
In this article, I will show you how to make money from home. If you don’t have time to read this now make sure you “pin” it to read later.
Some of these jobs, unfortunately, do not offer health insurance, so if you’re in need of health insurance you’ll want to know your options here.
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Without further ado,
Here are 16 Legitimate Work at Home Non-Phone Jobs
1. Freelance Writer
Do you have a passion for writing?
Becoming a Freelance Writer is one of the best work from home non-phone jobs because you work completely around your own schedule with the potential to earn a LOT of money.
I interviewed Holly Johnson who makes OVER $200,000 a year as a Freelance Writer. I didn’t even know that was possible!
How much can I make? Holly said that she finds it hard for you NOT to earn AT LEAST $40,000 to $50,000 a year working full-time as a writer.
How do I get started? Holly found the secret sauce when it comes to writing and charging the right rate for your work. She created a free introductory training on how to build a six-figure writing career.
I highly recommend taking her freelance writer course if you want to work from home writing and follow her path to success. I also have several ways to get writing gigs at the end of this article on freelance writing.
Are you the type of person that’s always catching spelling errors or Grammar Mistakes?
If so, you might make a great Proofreader. It’s a great job that doesn’t require talking on the phone.
How much can I make? Caitlin Pyle made $43,000 her first year Proofreading PART-TIME!
You can see the full interview in my How to Become a Proofreader article. Many others are earning between $1,000-$4,000 per month.
How do I get started? If you want to learn the skills needed to start your own freelance proofreading hustle or see if this is the right career for you, check out this FREE introductory workshop.
3. Freelance Content Creator
This is a little-known way to make money that not many people know about but the earning potential is great. I met Shannon Livingston who does this and she’s a stay at home mom, she makes so much money she was able to retire her husband! She never picks up the phone.
Anyone can do this and this is basically where you’re creating packages for bloggers. She uses a very unique approach and I was able to interview one of her students to see if this could be duplicated and she made $4,000 in her first MONTH!
We had to interview her to see exactly how she was able to do that in our How to become a content creator article. See how she did it and how you can too!
4. Virtual Assistant
If you have a laptop, internet connection, a little know-how, and the desire to help others succeed you could definitely become a Virtual Assistant.
Services offered can include everything from email management, content creation, bookkeeping, graphic design, social media and more!
This is another one of those great jobs that don’t require talking on the phone.
How much can I make? You can earn $25-$100 per hour.
How do I get started? Kayla Sloan went from being flat broke to building her Virtual Assistant business to $10k a month! She now teaches others how to do the same. Check out her free workshop to see the simple step-by-step process for becoming a Virtual Assistant here.
5. Virtual Bookkeeper
Bookkeepers record financial transactions for small business owners. I have an awesome interview with two successful bookkeeper moms who started with no previous experience.
One of the moms has 9 kids, homeschools 6 and still has time to make a living as a Bookkeeper Part-time!! You’ll have to check out the full interview in my How to Become a Bookkeeper article.
How much can I make? The Bookkeepers course (the course the moms took) teaches you how to charge $60 per hour, but if you want to work for a company, you can make $15-$50 per hour.
How do I get started? Check out this free bookkeeper training to determine if this is right for you.
Transcribers listen to audio files and record (type) what they hear. If you have patience and the ability to sit for long periods of time and an eye for detail, you should consider transcribing.
How much can I make? You can earn $7-$21 per hour or more if you start your own business.
How do I get started? Take this Free Mini-Course for a full overview of transcribing and how to get started.
I also have 4 companies hiring along with a work at home success story on transcribing in my article on How to Work from Home Transcribing.
Blogging is my favorite no phone work from home job because you work around your own schedule and the earning potential is limitless!
I started blogging because I couldn’t find what I was looking for online, but there’s no reason you can’t write about what’s already out there.
You have your OWN voice and perspective.
I was inspired to start blogging when I discovered how bloggers were making between $2,000-$100,000 per MONTH (And now I’m one of them!).
I make money just for people reading my articles from ads.
When you get a nice amount of people reading your articles it brings in a nice income. Here’s a screenshot of my earnings from the other day.
I can assure you, I did not write this article today and yet it’s making me money. I also make money by partnering with companies and becoming an “Affiliate”. You can see how I make money blogging.
Blogging takes ‘A LOT’ of work (in the beginning anyway), but it’s so rewarding if you hang in there.
How much can I make? I know bloggers earning between $2,000-$100,000+ per MONTH (and I’m one of them)
How do I get started? Check out my step-by-step guide on starting a blog from scratch along with the most popular niches that make the most money and get the most traffic.
Below are 10 more no phone remote jobs
8. Selling on Amazon (FBA program)
If you like shopping and searching for a good deal, you should definitely consider Amazon’s FBA program.
You find good deals on products at brick and mortar stores or online and resell them on Amazon for a higher price.
What makes Amazon’s FBA program so great is that THEY ship the products to your customers and handle the customer service!
How much can I make? This varies significantly and depends on how much work you are willing to put in, but Jessica from the Selling family made over $100,000 in profit after her first year as a full-time Amazon seller.
Check out my awesome interview with her on How to Sell on Amazon.
How do I get started? Take this FREE 7-Day Email Course on how to start selling on Amazon. My sister took the course and just started selling on Amazon and is making money already!
9. Flip Items from Thrift Stores/Flea Markets
If you wouldn’t mind shopping at thrift stores and flea markets and flip them for a profit then you should definitely consider this and you can make a lot of money.
Rob from the Flea Market Flipper is the MASTER flipper and made over $130,000 flipping items PART-TIME.
You do not need to have a lot of money to start either. Rob recommends his students to start with a budget of $20-$50 to find items. Based on that, they should be able to make $100-$300 (mostly reselling on eBay) and then take some of the profit and do it again.
This is one of the best non-phone work from home jobs that you can do either full time or in your spare time.
How do I get started? Rob created a free workshop to turn your passion for visiting thrift stores, yard sales, & flea markets into a profitable reselling business – in as little as 14 days. You can click here to sign up for Rob’s workshop.
10. Sign up for Research Studies – Up to $400 per study
You can make quick, easy money by participating in research studies. Below are the best-paid companies to sign up for:
- Respondent – $50-$400 per study
- User Interviews – $50-$100 per hour
11. Social Media Manager
Are you active on Social Media and would like to post on behalf of other businesses? If so, you should consider becoming a Social Media Manager.
This is a great work at home non-phone job because it’s still so new and the opportunities are endless.
How much can I make? Depending on how many clients you have you could earn between $1,000-$10,000+ per month.
How do I get started? Consider taking this highly recommended course on becoming a Freelance Social Media Manager and also check out how Nicole got started in my How to Become a Social Media Manager article.
12. Create and Sell Printables on Etsy
You can make a nice amount of passive income with printables. You make a printable once and can earn money from it over and over again.
If you’re creative (but you definitely do not have to be a graphic designer to do this) and enjoy browsing through sites like Pinterest this may be perfect for you.
How do I get started: Check out my interview with two women who do this successfully as they share with us how to get started and how to make money
How much can I make? $500-$1,000+ per month.
Related: 19 Part-Time Online Jobs
13. Freelance Jobs
Freelance jobs are some of the best no phone work from home jobs. You deliver a service for a fee with the ability to work where and when you want with unlimited earning potential!
I have found many freelance jobs on Upwork. I sift through the available work options to see which project suits me the best.
I only apply to the jobs I KNOW I can do well because after the project is over it’s important that I get a good review so I can continue to get more jobs.
This is one of the best remote non phone jobs.
I suggest the following when applying to jobs on Upwork:
- Focus on the projects with only 5-10 proposals or less submitted (less competition)
- Check that the client has the “blue verified payment check” before applying
- When you see a job that fits you, apply for it immediately!
- If you live in the U.S., make sure to check “U.S. Only.”
- If you are pitching your first job, try to offer your services for free for one week to ease the client’s mind since you have no references or reviews. If the client likes you move on with the “paid service” the following week. That’s how I won my first job, and the client still paid me for my first week.
For a full list of freelance services you can provide on UpWork, click here.
14. Web Search Evaluator
Web Search Evaluators rate social media ads and search engine results for relevancy.
This is a great opportunity for moms because it does not require getting on the phone, you make your own schedule, and it does not require any training.
How much can I make? $12.50 – $14 per hour.
How do I get started? Apply to the only two companies I recommend for web search evaluators.
15. Survey Taker
Share your opinion to help brands deliver better products and services and get paid in the form of gift cards or through PayPal.
How much can I make? If you take the time to answer a lot of surveys, you could make $50-$100 a month. This is definitely just something to do to make extra money on the side.
How do I get started? I only recommend signing up for Survey Junkie, Swagbucks, and PrizeRebel.
The more survey sites you sign up for, the more you’ll make.
Pro Tip: Open a separate email account solely for surveys. You’ll start to get inundated with emails, and it will be more manageable in a different account.
16. Website Tester
Get Paid to Test Apps and Websites. Companies need feedback on the user experience of their websites, and they’ll pay you to get it. This is one of the easiest and quickest ways to work from home without committing to phone calls.
Here are two companies that will give you $10 per test and usually take around 15-20 minutes each (User Testing now pays up to $60 per test):
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If you want to find even MORE ways to make money from home check out my article on 30 legitimate ways to make money from home.
I hope you enjoyed this article and found a non-phone work from home job that will work for you. If you have any questions, drop me a note in the comment section below.
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2 thoughts on “16 Little-Known Non Phone Work from Home Jobs”
I would just like to say, “thank you” for this article. I am a Mom, but my children are grown with children of their own. However, I have been stuck at home since I’ve been laid off in May 2022. I’ve applied to over 200 jobs, I’ve gone on so many interviews that I’ve lost count and although I can’t prove it –I’ve been discriminated against because of my age. Trust me when I tell you that I don’t look my age. I’m in my late 50’s. I have 2 years of college, 20+ years of job experience and I’m not looking to get rich. I just want to pay my bills!! I’ve even gone down to a minimum amount of hourly pay (10.00 less per hour than what I should get and earn) just to get hired. I am partially disabled (mentally and physically) so I don’t mind having to work at home but I simply can’t do [email protected] phone jobs. I intend to go through your list and attend some of the trainings to see what would fit me best. Actually, I was feeling pretty hopeless and quite broken because I felt like I was obsolete in the workforce–and I want to work. So thank you, thank you, thank you. Your article gave me some hope, it was positive and very informative, and I will be sure to follow up and give you an update.
Thank you so much and you got this. Thanks to the internet we have so many possibilities and can build our own businesses. I hope you find something that works for you on this list!