Work From Home - KGB Special Agent

Nov 18, 2009

Remember how being a special agent for the KGB meant you were a spy for the Russian Security Agency? Well, things sure have changed.

KGB is now an information service where people can text questions (some serious, some funny - some are basically directory assistance needs). You need to be able to quickly research the questions online and, as fast as possible, reply with an answer.

It's a work-from-home job. You get paid per question you answer.

This is what their website says about the schedule:

"kgb Special Agents fit their “Special Agent life” around their normal activities. When the kids are at school. When they’re between college classes. Any time. Mornings. Afternoons. Or nights. Special Agents sign up for shifts based on their weekly availability. Since we want people 24/7, we’ve probably got just the times that work for you. And, since we know you want to be busy fielding questions when you are logged in working, weekly shift selection helps ensure exactly that.

We require an easily attainable minimum number of hours to work – 8 hours per month or 2 hours per week on average – to make sure that agents remain engaged and up-to-date with kgb’s processes. Special Agents have the freedom to select when and how often they work. But those who remain inactive after 30 consecutive days will be removed from our ranks."

If this sounds like a job you'd enjoy, click here to apply.


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