Welcome to Working Solutions. We offer independent contractor, work-at-home opportunities for folks located in either the United States or Canada.
We do not accept applicants located outside of the United States and Canada.
Working from home as an independent contractor
gives you the ultimate in work/life flexibility. At Working Solutions, we support you with ongoing education, community support and the right resources to deliver exceptional customer experiences.
Emotional-intelligence and mutual respect for all are the foundation for our 150,000+ agent community known as the WooHoo Crew!
Work/life balance on your terms while never leaving home. Enjoy the freedom and flexibility of working from home as an independent contractor.
Side hustle or work a full work-week. As an independent contractor, you set your own hours and decide when you work and for how long.
Each program is paid differently. Some pay by the record or entry, while others pay by the talk minute, sales or a combination of both. Some agents may be paid a set amount per program.
These are estimates based on our average agent pay of $15 an hour. Agents can make more or less depending on the program and incentives. Financial incentives are available on various programs that increase the base hourly rate.
Our agents are as diverse as the different client programs they support. Their skills span industries, with years of experience in sales, customer service and tech support. Read their stories—and imagine yours being one of them.
Even in challenging moments, Customer Support Agent, Ellen Meinhart does not give up. Her mantra is one of perseverance, backed by her knowledge and confidence in customer service. “The words ‘can’t’ and ‘quit’ are not part of my vocabulary,” she reports.
Not everyone is cut out to work in an at-home contact center. It takes self-discipline and the ability to shut the whole world out. But for those who can make it work, it’s the perfect job. And, in Kelly’s mind, she has the perfect job.
At age 18, Christina traveled to India, worked in an orphanage and visited schools all over the southern part of the country with a gospel skit group. When she returned home to the U.S., she leveraged this experience in her personal and professional lives.
It was early in 2019 when Elsa, a vice president of a staffing company and married mother of three, decided she had to make a change. As she ran hard to keep up with corporate demands, her kids were getting older, and she feared she was missing out on life.
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