Computer Tech. / Support Jobs

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Today’s world is driven by technology.  As new technology is developed, online it jobs are created.  The need for computer savvy personnel is ever-growing, from IT support and computer repair to website design and programming.

The rate of pay for at-home computer / IT workers depends on the company, but the rate is comparable to that of a traditional 9-5 job. On average, an Online Technician job may pay up to $17.00 per hour.

Following is a list of companies who have home-based computer Jobs.

Beacon Fire
Seeking independent contractors for Interface Web Developers, Creative Designers, Copywriters, Programers/Developers

Digital Fusion
Digital Fusion is primarily looking for freelance and contract programmers, 3D and 2D artists. Hours and work location are flexible.

Digital Wise
Looking for Cold Fusion/ASP developers, web graphic wizards and marketing representatives. Hiring for both part-time and full-time positions and telecommuting positions are available.

First Beta Media
Work from home computer technician jobs.

Geeks on Call
The nation’s premier provider of on-site computer service, Geeks On Call has technical support jobs at all their franchises in all 50 states.

Geek Squad
Become an agent and assist individuals and businesses with their computer issues

Quality Automation Systems
Currently, they have an opening for inside sales.

Support.com
A computer repair service and virus cleaning company looking to fill positions such as Applications Developer, Associate Software Architect, and Malware Researcher.

 

As an established professional, keeping up on the changing trends and updated programs is vital to successfully providing IT support – online or not.  If this is an area of interest for you, and you want to pursue it further, education and experience are necessary.

Computer and Web Tutorials:

Microsoft

 W3Schools.com

 

 

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About Kathleen Lewis

After many years of working for someone else, I was faced with the opportunity of doing my own thing. I grabbed the chance to develop my skills and share my knowledge in the areas of working at home and finding online work.
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