I’ve made a list of jobs that pay weekly, daily, or multiple times a week. There are a lot of work at home opportunities that only pay monthly or twice a month, and getting paid that infrequently may not do much to help with immediate financial needs.
Keep in mind that the companies below may or may not be hiring right this moment.
Good luck if you pursue anything listed below!
Jobs That Pay Weekly (Or More Often)
1. Instacart – Personal Shopping
Instacart offers a personal shopping service similar to Shipt (above). It’s very flexible. You can work whenever you want to work. Basically you pick up orders, get the items from the store, and then deliver them to people who have requested them.
Payments are made daily or weekly via direct deposit. There is a fee for cashing out daily.
Go here to sign up to work for Instacart, or read our Instacart review.
2. DoorDash – Food Delivery
This is another not “at home” but flexible opportunity. DoorDash is almost always looking for drivers to accept food orders via their app and deliver them. You can work whenever you want.
Payments are made either weekly, daily, or instantly via DasherDirect or your bank account.
Go here to sign up to drive for DoorDash, or read our Postmates DoorDash review for more detail.
3. Shipt – Personal Shopping
Shipt offers an opportunity that is not “at home” but it is flexible. They hire people to be personal shoppers. So basically, you’re picking up orders via their app, collecting the items their clients need from stores, and then delivering them.
Shipt pays weekly, and it’s possible to earn around $22 an hour according to their website.
Go here to sign up for Shipt, or read our Shipt review.
4. Rover – Pet Sitting
Rover almost always needs dog (or cat) sitters to sign up with their network. This opportunity could be “at home” if you did the pet sitting from your house. However, some of your clients may prefer you do the sitting at their houses.
According to Rover, you could earn $100 or more per week pet sitting for them. This is paid via check or Paypal within a few business days after your sitting appointment.
Go here to sign up for Rover, or read our Rover review.
5. Cambly – ESL Tutoring
Cambly hires people to work at home teaching English to non-native speakers of the language. They pay out earnings every Monday via Paypal. According to Cambly, you can earn around $10 an hour tutoring for them.
Go here to sign up for Cambly, or read our Cambly review.
6. SlicethePie – Reviewing Music
SlicethePie is a very popular site that will pay you to review music (as well as some other things). Basically you just listen to a snippet of a track, rate it, and write a few sentences with your thoughts on what you heard. SlicethePie is good for supplemental income only.
SlicethePie pays via Paypal on Tuesdays and Fridays each week. You have to have at least $10 in your account to get paid, but for most people, this is very possible.
Go here to sign up for SlicethePie, or read our SlicethePie review first.
7. Amazon MTurk – Short Tasks
Working online for Amazon MTurk means you have access to a vast pool of short tasks. You pick and choose which ones you’d like to work on. Tasks include data entry, transcription, image tagging, and everything in between.
It’s possible to get paid every single day with Amazon MTurk. After the task requester approves your work, you can request payout with as little as $1 in your account.
Payments are sent via direct deposit to your bank, or you have the option to spend the money on Amazon.
Read our Amazon MTurk review, or sign up here on MTurk now.
8. Studypool – Academic Tutoring
Studypool is a popular online platform for homework help. If you sign up as a Studypool tutor, you can get paid to provide this help to students who need it.
You can withdraw your tutoring earnings at any time on Studypool. It should take about three business days for payments to process after you’ve requested them.
You can read our Studypool review, or sign up here on Studypool.
9. Allegis Transcription – Transcription Jobs
Allegis is always looking for skilled transcribers to join their team. Most of the transcription online jobs from home they do is for insurance and legal industries.
Payments are made every Friday via direct deposit or mailed check.
Read our Allegis Transcription review, or sign up here on Allegis.
10. Blue Zebra – Appointment Setting
Blue Zebra is regularly hiring people to work at home making “cold calls.” So if sales isn’t your thing, you may not want to apply here. You must have to five to seven years of experience in sales to be considered.
At Blue Zebra, it’s possible to start out at $15 hourly. Payments are made weekly with direct deposit.
Read our Blue Zebra review, or apply here at Blue Zebra.
11. Translate.com – Translation
Translate.com hires translators to work at home doing technical, medical, business, document, and email translation. It’s possible to work from anywhere.
Payments are made anytime you want. According to Translate.com, you can cash out your earnings anytime to Paypal.
Go here to apply for a translation job with Translate.com, or read our Translate.com review.
12. Online Writing Jobs – Freelance Writing
This is a company that hires writers to work at home, producing written content for their clients. They only hire US-based writers, and you must submit a writing sample to be considered.
Payments are made weekly via either check or Paypal.
Go here to apply for a writing job at Online Writing Jobs, or read our Online Writing Jobs review.
13. TranscribeMe – Transcription Jobs
TranscribeMe accepts transcribers with or without experience to transcribe audio files for their clients. This site does pay on the lower end when it comes the industry norm for most transcription companies, and many applicants say their skills test is hard to pass.
Payments are made weekly via Paypal.
Go here to apply at TranscribeMe, or read our TranscribeMe review.
14. Textbroker – Freelance Writing
Textbroker is always hiring new freelance writers to create content for their clients. The work is posted in a large pool so once accepted, you are free to pick and choose the projects you want to work on at your writing level.
Payments are made weekly via Paypal. However, you must have at least $20 in your writer account to qualify for a cash out.
Go here to sign up at Textbroker, or read our Textbroker review first.
15. Quicktate – Transcription
Quicktate is another transcription company that is open to hiring complete beginners. You do have to take a skills test in order to be considered for work. Quicktate is open to considering applicants outside the United States. They do run a background check on new applicants, and this costs $15.
Payments are made weekly with Paypal.
Go here to apply with Quicktate, or read our Quicktate review first.
16. OnPoint Advocacy – Advocacy Coordinators
As an Advocacy Coordinator for OnPoint, you will coordinate outbound outreach efforts via telephone and written communications. This online job from home is project-based, and you must agree to work a minimum of 25 hours per week when there is an active project.
Payments are made weekly.
Go here to apply with OnPoint Advocacy, or read our OnPoint Advocacy review first.
17. Clickworker – Short Tasks
Similar to Amazon MTurk (above), you work at home for Clickworker doing a variety of easy online tasks that you may pick and choose. Clickworker allows you to log in and work whenever you want as well.
Payments are made weekly. Cickworker will also process your payments monthly if that’s what you prefer. Payments are made via SEPA or Paypal, your choice.
Go here to sign up at Clickworker, or read our Clickworker review first.
18. LanguageLine Solutions – Translation & Interpretation
LanguageLine hires people from the US, Canada, UK, and Costa Rica to work on their many interpretation and translation jobs. So if you are from any of these areas and you are fluent in another language apart from English, LanguageLine may be a fit for you.
The information on pay isn’t currently posted on LanguageLine’s website, but old information indicates that you are paid weekly.
Go here to apply for work with LanguageLine, or read our LanguageLine review first.
19. Verblio – Freelance Writing
This is a content site formerly known as BlogMutt. Basically, the clients who need content post it. You are free to grab any jobs you like, but there is no guarantee the client will “buy” your work. Still, some people are apparently able to do well here. You must be a US citizen to write for them.
Verblio allows you to invoice weekly for payment.
Go here to sign up to write for Verblio, or read our Verblio review first.
20. Rev – Transcription
If you have strong English skills, a computer, and a dependable internet connection, you may qualify to take on transcription work for Rev. You will have to pass a skills test before they will consider you for work.
Rev pays weekly via Paypal for all audio files transcribed the previous week.
Go here to register with Rev, or read our Rev review first.
21. Babbletype – Transcription & Transcription QA
Babbletype is an older, well-known company for transcription, transcription QA, and also translation. You work for them as an independent contractor, and you set your own schedule.
Pay is made weekly via Paypal.
Go here to apply at Babbletype, or read our Babbletype review first.
22. NiceTalk – ESL Tutoring
As a NiceTalk tutor, you help people who do not speak native English learn fluency via one-on-one video chat. Applicants with TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certificate or IELTS/TOEFL teaching experience are preferred, but only English fluency is required.
You are paid for each full minute you spend talking ($10 hourly). Payments are made weekly via Paypal as long as you have at least $20 in your account.
Go here to sign up for NiceTalk, or read our NiceTalk review first.
23. Skooli – Academic Tutoring
Skooli hires online academic tutors on a regular basis. Pay is high — most people working for this company earn at least $20 an hour.
To become a Skooli tutor you will need one or more of the following: Bachelor’s degree and teaching certification, Master’s degree or PhD, state or provincial teaching license, or ESL or other language qualification.
As long as you have earned $100, you can request payouts from Skooli. These are sent to Paypal shortly after you request them. So if you earn at least $100 a week (and it seems that is possible with this company), then you should see payment weekly or more often.
Go here to sign up at Skooli, or read our Skooli review here.
24. The HOTH – Freelance Writing
The HOTH is almost always looking for new freelance writers for their blog writing service. To qualify, you must be a native English speaker with some experience keeping deadlines.
Payments are made weekly.
Go here to apply with The HOTH, or read The HOTH review first.
25. Crowd Content – Freelance Writing
This is a site that regularly accepts content writers. As a writer for Crowd Content, you can either pick and choose from their marketplace, or you can work on managed content projects.
Crowd Content pays twice a week. Payments come via Paypal, and you must have at least $10 in your account to receive a payment.
Go here to sign up for Crowd Content, or read our Crowd Content review first.
26. NextWave Advocacy – Organizers & Writers
This opportunity is similar to OnPoint Advocacy (above). NextWave is almost always looking for independent contractors to work as organizers and writers to get involved in political issues at the federal, state, and local levels.
They claim to be a non-partisan firm. This is project-based work, so you may not always have something to work on.
Payments are made weekly via direct deposit.
Go here to apply as an organizer or writer for NextWave, or read our NextWave review.
27. Upcall – Customer Service & Sales
With Upcall, you work at home completing customer service and sales calls. They pay you hourly. You must be a US resident to qualify.
Upcall pays weekly.
Go here to sign up at Upcall, or read our Upcall review for more details on the company.
28. eScribers – Legal Transcription
This company is regularly hiring experienced legal transcribers, and they tend to have lots of work available to keep you busy. You must be able to type at least 70+ WPM to qualify. They are open to US residents, but cannot hire people residing in Massachusetts at this time.
Payments are made weekly via direct deposit.
Go here to apply with eScribers, or read our eScribers review.
29. Scribie – Transcription
This is a company that hires for general transcription. They are one of the lowest-paying companies that I’m aware of, so if you’re accepted, you may want to just see it as supplemental income.
Scribie pays weekly via Paypal.
Go here to sign up for Scribie, or read our Scribie review.
30. Kelly Connect – Customer Service
Kelly Connect is regularly hiring work at home customer service reps. They are best known for their work with Apple. So if hired, you may be helping to support customers using Apple products.
Payments are made weekly “electronically” according to their jobs page.
Go here to apply at Kelly Connect, or read our Kelly review first.
31. Colony Brands – Customer Service
Colony Brands — a company well-known for their catalogs — is frequently hiring work at home customer service reps. They generally hire in specific states, including Nevada, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Missouri.
While their pay frequency isn’t listed on their website, I was able to find out after doing some digging that they do pay weekly.
Go here to search for work at home opportunities with Colony Brands. You can also read our detailed Colony Brands review.
32. Humanatic – Call Reviewing
Humantic pays people to listen to recorded phone calls and categorize them. This is pretty easy work, but the pay is extremely low. You may want to consider this just extra money if you’re accepted to work for them.
Humanatic pays weekly via Paypal.
Go here to register with Humanatic or read our Humanatic review first.
33. Upwork – Freelancer Platform
Upwork (formerly known as ODesk) is a popular work platform for freelancers. You can bid on all kinds of contract jobs across a variety of industries and skillsets.
On Upwork, you can set up your own payment schedule, so it is possible to get weekly payments.
Go here to read more about getting paid on Upwork, or read our Upwork review.
34. Field Agent – Smartphone App
Field Agent is a smartphone app that pays you to go around to stores in your town and gather information. It’s available for iPhone and Android devices. This should just be considered supplemental income.
In most cases, payments are made within a few days of cashing out. The majority of jobs pay $1 to $12 each.
Go here to sign up for Field Agent, or read our Field Agent review.
35. UserTesting – Website Usability Testing
UserTesting has been around for a number of years now. They pay up to $60 for usability tests you participate in for their clients. This is pretty easy work that doesn’t take long. You just visit a website or an app, complete some tasks, and speak your thoughts aloud.
Payments are made via Paypal within seven days of your completed tests.
Go here to sign up for UserTesting, or read our UserTesting review first.
36. UserFeel – Website Usability Testing
This is another website usability testing site similar to UserTesting, above. It works in pretty much the same way, except UserFeel promises up to $30 per test. And again, this is one is also just good for supplemental income.
UserFeel pays via Paypal or Amazon gift cards, and you can expect payment within seven days of your completed and approved tests.
Go here to sign up for UserFeel, or read our UserFeel review.
37. Get A Copywriter – Freelance Writing
Get a Copywriter is frequently looking for new copywriters to join their team, working from home. The amount you earn per assignment depends on the length. They are open to hiring people worldwide.
Payments are made weekly once you have $15 in your account. Writers in the US get paid by bank draft through Bill.com, and writers in other countries get paid by Paypal.
Go here to apply at Get A Copywriter, or read our Get A Copywriter review first.
38. Hire Writers – Freelance Writing
This is a very low-paying content site, but they are regularly open to writers. Hire Writers is currently accepting writers from the United States of America, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Singapore and New Zealand.
Payments are made weekly on Fridays via Paypal. However, you must have at least $15 in your writer account to qualify for a payment ..
Go here to sign up at Hire Writers (note they are not always open to registration), or read our Hire Writers review first.
39. Brighten Communications – Telemarketing
Brighten Communications is regularly hiring callers to work a flexible schedule. This is a business-to-business telemarketing company specializing in the outsourcing of lead generation. Starting pay is $12 hourly.
Payments are made weekly.
Go here to apply at Brighten Communications, or read our Brighten Communications review first.
40. Kibin – Editing
Kibin has regular openings for work at home, freelance editors. This is very flexible work you can do on your own schedule, and you choose what assignments you want to work on if you’re accepted.
A review of Kibin on Glassdoor indicated that you can transfer your earnings over to your bank account anytime you want.
Go here to apply at Kibin, or read our Kibin review for more details.
41. Lyft – Ride Sharing
This is a popular ride-sharing app you may have used, and they almost always need new drivers. Lyft is very flexible. Their website proclaims it’s “guaranteed” you could make $1,000 in all cities.
Payments are made weekly via your bank account, or you can request your pay every day via Lyft’s “ExpressPay” option
Go here to sign up to drive with Lyft.
42. Stepes – Translation & Interpretation
Stepes is a well-known company regularly hiring remote translators and interpreters. You can work from anywhere in the world, via the Stepes app! One of the few companies that lets you work from home on your smartphone.
Payments are made anytime you want! Cash out when you need to.
Go here to apply at Stepes, or read our Stepes review first to learn more about it.
43. iWriter – Freelance Writing
iWriter is always looking for freelance writers (novice or experienced) to create content for their clients. You can work for them from anywhere in the world.
Payments are made weekly via Paypal, but you must have accumulated at least $20 to qualify for a payout.
Go here to apply to write for iWriter.
44. HotelPlanner – Booking Hotel Rooms For Groups
HotelPlanner is usually hiring work at home reservation agents to book hotel rooms for groups. This is all inbound calls. There is no cold calling involved.
HotelPlanner pays you if any call you take turns into a booking, and it’s commission-only.
The company will pay you weekly on Tuesdays for commissions for your successful bookings.
Go here to apply at HotelPlanner or read our HotelPlanner review.
45. Infocision – Customer Service
Make inbound and outbound calls from the comfort of your home. Offers benefits and employment (not an independent contractor opportunity).
You must be a permanent resident of one of the following States; Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia.
Payments are made weekly.
Go here to apply for work at home opportunities with Infocision.
46. The Content Panel – Freelance Writing
If you’re a native English speaker over the age of 18 with great grammar and writing skills, you may be able to get accepted to write for The Content Panel. You are free to pick and choose jobs you’re pre-approved for from their job board.
Payments are made every Monday via Paypal with no minimum payout threshold. The Content Panel also covers Paypal fees.
Go here to learn more about writing for The Content Panel.
47. Broadpath Healthcare Solutions – Customer Service Reps
At Broadpath, Customer Service Representatives will be responsible for navigating Healthplan members through the Health Insurance landscape through excellent service. They will supply you with much of the equipment needed to do the job.
Pay frequency is not indicated on Broadpath’s hiring page, but I found reports online from people who work for them saying you are paid weekly.
Go here to check for work at home openings with Broadpath Healthcare Solutions.
48. Sigtrack – Data Entry
This is a company that accepts independent contractor to help with voter registrations. The pay is extremely low, and you may not make minimum wage. You will do better here if you have dual monitors to work from.
Pay is weekly on Fridays via Paypal.
Go here to register with Sigtrack. Note they are not always accepting new applicants. We have another list of data entry jobs if that is what interests you.
Read our Sigtrack review for more details.
49. DeedCollector.com – Court Research
This is a company that accepts people to do courthouse research. While not done from home, it’s flexible work you can do on your own time.
DeedCollector.com pays weekly via direct deposit.
Go here to apply at DeedCollector.com, or read our Deed Collector review.
50. GoTranscript – Transcription
GoTranscript is always looking for work at home transcribers (entry-level or experienced) to transcribe audio for their clients. You can work from anywhere in the world.
You can work whenever you want to, and they pay weekly via Paypal.
Go here to apply as a transcriber for GoTranscript.
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