January 28: Job of the day

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As a Video Game Specialist you will providing technical and customer support for a leading gaming company and gaming devices.

Video Game Specialists earn $9.50 an hour. Insurance benefits are offered for full and part time employees. Weekend work may be required.
The company offers paid training.

Minimum Requirements: 1-2 years experience in customer service preferred; 1-2 years experience in retail sales preferred. 18 years and older; High School Diploma/GED. Legally able to work in the United States. Must have knowledge of gaming devices/programs and be good at technical issues and troubleshooting.

All of the work from home jobs require a computer, home phone and high speed internet. The exact requirements are on their website. For the customer care position there are 5 classes starting in January of about 30 persons per class. Hundreds of jobs are currently available.

People receiving SSI or SSDI can work without losing their cash benefits, Medicare or Medicaid. This is Social Security administration link that details how returning to work affects people's incomes. " target=_blank><http://www.ssa.gov/redbook/newfor2013.htm>

For more information about the Gaming Tech Support (MEO-501C) jobs and to apply go to " target=_blank><http://myemploymentoptions.com/work-from-home-form/>




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