Where to Find Work From Home Jobs Online
I have been always asked
I have been working as a writer, blogger and SEO Specialist for 3 years now. Having the freedom to work just about anywhere is pretty convenient for me. Especially I do need to be at home a good chunk of my time to look after my now 5 year old son.
But before I landed a full time work from home job. I had to go through the growing pains of being rejected over and over again. Looking for jobs at various websites, uploading and updating a resume and profile several times can be daunting and frustrating.
When I start to feel that frustration, I take a break. But I never stopped looking at other possible online venues where I can find a good and decent paying job.
Where to Find Work From Home Jobs
I will keep this hub short and sweet and get you on your way in hopes of finding and landing that job that you always wanted.
1. Odesk.com - Odesk is the first website where I found a part-time job as an article re-writer. You need to build a profile and pass the Odesk readiness test. There are other tests that you can take to build your credentials as a specialist in a certain field. There are a lot of jobs to choose from Odesk. Odesk charges 10% of the hourly rate or the fixed rate depending on the employer that you apply to.
2. Monster.com - You can build your resume here and there are companies that do look for employees that can work from home.
3. Craigslist - This is one of the biggest, if not the biggest classified ad website in the world. I was fortunate enough to have found my employer through searches and unrelenting applications that finally landed me a good employer.
4. Online Writing Jobs - This is a website which features different work from home writing jobs in different websites. Even posting on craigslist go here as well. Any writing related jobs can be found here.
Work from Home Guides
I almost gave up on finding a good work from home job. Because there may be a high supply of jobs, there is also a lot of qualified employees that are way better than you at some aspects. Starting a personal blog has helped me add more skills to the skill set that I already have. Knowing how to use different blogging platforms, knowing how SEO works and improving my writing has helped me become more confident in applying.
And if I ever get rejected, I take it on as a challenge and bite the dust again. Rethink my game plan. And implement it.
I learned through time, good work from home books and witty bloggers on how to distinguish a real job from a scam, how to write an engaging cover letter and learning to smile through every obstacle that comes my way.
What's Next For Me?
I am actually a Physical Therapist by profession, and have recently passed my NPTE exam. I am waiting for our papers to push through and will move to the US sometime this year. While waiting, being a writer, blogger and SEO Specialist is what I do while I am still here in The Philippines.
Late last year, I dabbled on Internet Marketing. And have since been able to earn a little on the side by writing reviews on different books, as well as a review on Bluehost as one of the best hosting service for blogging here.
I know it will take a while before I can really earn a passive income through internet marketing, but much like with how I found my happy and fulfilling work from home job - I will be unrelenting in becoming a full time affiliate marketer as well.
Happy Job hunting and wish you all the best! :)