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Work at Home Jobs with Arise

When you work from home, you will experience more work-life balance. You will have more freedom to choose when and how much you work. When you work with Arise, you will experience all of these things in addition to an increased earning potential based on being rewarded for your results.

More than 200,000 people work virtually from their home offices in the United States providing customer support services. This is possible thanks to technology. Still, many people experience challenges in finding a successful way to operate a home-based business.

With Arise, you will have year-round opportunities to provide contact services to the best selection of trusted and well-known brands. This can give you the freedom and income results you need and crave.

As an Arise Certified Professional, you choose which clients to serve, when you work, and how many hours each week to work.

Fees with Arise

I have been contacted by people who are concerned about the amount of fees that Arise charges. I'll try to break those down a little bit for you so that you can understand why they charge them and many other similar companies don't.

First of all, I'd like to point out that when you work for Arise, you will actually be an Independent Contractor, not an employee. So, you are really running your own business. It's a bit more complicated than clock in - work - clock out. Arise will help set you up with companies who are looking for call center reps.

When you pay the fees required, you will receive training, tech support, and your pay check will come from Arise, so you don't have to worry about billing the companies you work for. Think of Arise as a middleman. Because you will be running your own business, you will be required to incorporate.

Let's break down the fees for you. First, you will be required to pay for a background check. This should run you somewhere between $12 and $30. This is a pretty routine process, I think. Many companies do require this, some pay for it and some require you to pay for it. This is required because you will be dealing with people's sensitive personal information and they need to make sure that this information will be secure in your hands.

Next, you will be charged $99 for a work at home training course that will allow you to become a certified professional. This course should be about 20 hours long and take approximately 1 week to complete. This must be done before you can start working.

In addition, Arise requires all of their independent contractors to form a Virtual Service Corporation. This is what I meant when I mentioned that you would have to incorporate in an above paragraph. The fees to incorporate will vary depending on which state in which you reside, between $50 and $500.

Each company that you will have the option of working for through Arise will charge training fees. Each company will run a little differently and they will have different procedures so you will have to take a training course for each one that you wish to work with. These training courses range from $50 to $250.

Finally, Arise itself will also charge a monthly fee of $19.75 twice a month PER client.

These fees can really add up to a lot, but since the company has a very good reputation in the work at home community, it may very well be worth it if you are planning to run it like a business and work full time. This will have to be a decision that you make for yourself.

To learn more about Arise and their opportunities in the

  • United States,
  • Canada, and the
  • United Kingdom,

    please visit the

    Arise Website

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