Helios Media / eDegree Advisor: Is This Non-Phone Job Worth It ?

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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4 Responses

  1. Monica says:

    I am so glad I found all this information you have available. I wanted to learn more about EDegree as well. I passed the speed test but they aren’t hiring in New York. I don’t know if they aren’t right now or never will but I will keep checking.

  2. Sheree Thompson says:

    I have been working with Edegree for a month now and I enjoy it. I mean it is flexible you start of on an outbound dialer just cold calling people and reading a script. Once you take 1 more training course and become certified on another client system then you are moved to the inbound team. Your pay goes up based on your performance. I started at $9 and now i am making $10 now. Its just like any other job the better you perform and do your job, the better the benefits. The one thing i do dislike is that if an emergency comes up and you wind up being short on hours they will issue you a strike and after your 3rd strike you will be let go and cannot reapply for another 6 months, but that comes with communicating with your team leader. Overall it is a cool company to work for but honestly i cannot make this a full time job this will just we part time for me.

    • Kathleen Lewis says:

      Thank you so much for your first-hand report on Edegree. I think they are seriously trying to make it a good company to work for and reading your personal experience confirms my feeling.

      I appreciate your time to write your thoughts…we all appreciate it.

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