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Any late night or overnight work at home jobs available?

Hi all, I'm looking for companies that hire home based workers for late night shifts. I have found work at home jobs for different call centers, but most of them are first shift or second shift. I'm actually looking for a job that would start about 9 pm until 2 am or something similar. Live ops and ACD are out because I don't want to pay the background check fee. Thanks.

Asked By: Mummymom - 4/7/2010
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There are lots of opportunities out there that promise income as well as scams that prey on individuals looking for means to make money online. You should be careful picking your options, just remember that no legit work at home opportunities that require you to pay something so I wish you all the best in your search.
Answered By: Mark - 4/9/2010
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Answered By: MoneyMonkey - 4/7/2010
 
I would look use a time zone map to determine what country has day/evening time during your proposed shift and apply to those countries. People in India are working nightshift when the do U.S. phone support. Certain VA jobs work out nicely, with their day's results waiting for the U.S. client in the morning.
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