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Jobs Making Over 100K Annually At Home

Updated on January 28, 2017

Stay At Home Moms Or Dads Make Substancial Income

Do you have tons of financial obligation each month and hate going to work? Well, you can have your cake and eat it too. Many mom's and dad's are making over 100K annually working from home.

Thanks to the internet, now stay at home moms can do all of the above, and still generate a substantial income at the same time. Here are a few samples of online work that actually pay excellent wages.

Virtual Assiatant

A virtual assistant performs a variety of tasks, such as scheduling flights, answering e-mails, or offering transcriptions services. It could take a little while to build up your clientele, but after you have, this job could pay off quite well. In order to get started, you can contact businesses directly and offer your services. An alternative would be to place an ad. By doing an online search, you'll find a number of companies who are looking to hire virtual assistants.

Data Entry Work

If you're looking for a job that you can do while the kids are playing and background noise is not an issue, you may want to look into a data entry job. You will input information, such as numbers or words, into a company's data base. Another plus is that you can often choose your own work hours. These jobs, especially the better-paying ones, are a little hard to get, as they are in high demand. However, they are out there, so a daily web search for "online data entry jobs" will help you land one.

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No experience in this field? Not a problem. There are many online companies that accept beginners. These companies may not pay as much if you don't have experience. However, once you've gained relevant transcription skills, you can then apply yourself for the higher paying companies.


Open An Ecommerce Store

For mothers who really don't have a lot of time on their hands, an ecommerce store may be just the thing. Getting started is easy. You set up an online store on a website such as ebay. After that, you list the items you'd like to sell on your page. When a customer buys, you then purchase this item from a third party seller, and it is shipped directly to your customer via your third party. This type of transaction is referred to as drop shipping. On ebay, you have the opportunity to sell your wares all over the world, giving your store lots of exposure. The great thing about drop shipping is that you don't have to worry about maintaining an inventory. Another plus is that you don't have to package up the goods and run back and forth to the post office.One lady made over 75,000.00 last year selling for a plant nursery online.

It is always best to consider which option fits into your lifestyle. Keep in mind that with children, you will always be busy. Deciding on a stress-free, yet lucrative, solution will benefit your family the most. Jump to top

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