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Time and again, I see this job lead come up and I think, what's not to like?
Granted, not everyone has an Apple product, and even if they do, they may not know how to operate it like an expert.
(Spoiler alert: They offer Paid training to get you up to speed)
But for those of you who are the owner of one of these nifty products, be it an iPhone, iPad or a Mac computer, you may be surprised to find out that you know a little more than you thought you did.
Plus, even if this job is not exactly what you may be looking for, it's the perfect job lead to pass along to a friend, college student or neighbor who is looking for a job.
This position can be done from home, pays on average about $14 + an hour, and they do offer paid training.
Which makes this a great "investment" job, anotherwords, the time you invest in learning about Apple's products, will not return to you empty.
You can take this knowledge with you.
The more I write about this job opportunity, the more I like it!
However, ok, here's where my practical side comes out.
So, no job is perfect, right? One thing I do know about jobs that involve trying to coach people through technical situations is that you have to have a boatload of patience.
Is that you?
A sense of humor is also helpful, especially when you have someone calling in who (for example) does not have an email address, does not know how to set one up and has no interest in being patient with you while you try to talk him/her through the gazillion steps it takes to set one up.
(Why is it that when we're setting one up for ourselves it takes 2 minutes, but when you're trying to help someone set
one up there are a GAZILLION steps? I don't know, but it's true.)
My point is, the people calling in may not know a thing about technology.
We take for granted all that we've learned over the years, but there are still a lot of people who have a bit of a harder time with all this.
So be ready to have that be a part of your job.
On the other side of the spectrum, be ready for some pretty complicated calls. I remember calling for an issue that was way beyond me (and I always considered myself moderately iPhone savvy pfft!)
By the end of that phone call, my hair was standing up on end and I don't think the Apple rep I was speaking to fared much better although she was exceedingly gracious and kind.
Still interested? I couldn't sway you to run for the hills?
Then check out the job lead details below.
Oh and one more thing, this job can be done from anywhere in the U.S. despite the job lead being posted in specific cities.
Apple has 3 main work at home positions.
1. Their at-home advisor position (this includes their University Student program).
is mainly a customer service position. You would be the first point of
contact for customers who need help with any Apple Product or Service.
You'll be offering trouble-shooting assistance and tech support.
2. Their at-home Team Manager Position
The at-home Team Manager position manages other At-Home Advisors
3. Their at-home Area Manager Position
The Area Manager Supervisor manages a group of team managers
Part-time employees will still get to enjoy perks and benefits such as :
Paid Time Off
Career Advancement Opportunities
According to Glassdoor.com, the average pay for an at-home advisor is somewhere around $14 an hour.
You may start at $10 but you can go up to making about $20 an hour.... from home.
So, how do you find these jobs?
Scroll to the bottom right of the page and click on Job Opportunities
You'll find yourself at the Jobs at Apple page.
Go to the top right of the page and click on the "Search Jobs" tab.
You'll find yourself on the Jobs Page at Apple and make sure you have selected the "All Jobs" radio dial and then enter
"At Home" in the search bar provided.
What you will see will be all of the at home jobs that are currently available.
Please note that many of the job listings state that you do not have to live in the city that the job lead is posted in, but do make sure to read the job description thoroughly.
Hope this helps and good luck with your job search!
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