I was scammed for an online Job! I was hired to be a virtual assistant. I am so frustrated, it was just a scam.
Have you joined LinkedIn?
Added: Okey, you have an account.
Have you filled in all the information to qualify for jobs you have skills for?
not yet. I'm still a beginner at LinkedIn.
Is LinkedIn a good site for finding Jobs? I have tried Odesk for months now. I am frustrated
you can start with that. or you can try the philippine-based, essays.com
wow, thank you for your suggestions. Are you a Filipino writer/blogger?
There are a few Pnoy writers on this site. Mas matanda nga lang kami sa iyo.
Beginner po ako dito.
I wonder if newbie writers like me could also earn in sites like this.
I used HP as my work portfolio. My more serious work are on this site. I have my own blogs for other types of articles. My daughter, who must be the same age as you, writes full time. She earns a respectable amount from those 3 sites that I mentioned, specifically iwriter. But she is an elite plus writer who is ranked among the top ten highly rated writers of the site. You can also try essays.com. It is Philippine-based but pays lower.
Super galing naman po ng anak nyo. Namomotivate ako mageffort.
This site might give you some leads.
How long before you graduate?
Sorry for the bad experience Earl but I think hubpages is a better place to start. A friend told me about app design and monetization in microsoft though I do not have the skill yet.
To avoid scam, type the name of the site on google add with "scam" and find out if any have been scammed by the site in question.
Hi Earl Bellen,
Try Odesk. I have friends who work there and they're getting paid well.
The WAHM website is good about posting legit work-at-home opportunities, although I don't know how many of them are open to international residents. Might be worth checking out, though. http://www.wahm.com/jobs.html
They also have a forum where you can discuss opportunities and experiences with others who work from home -- in other words, find out about scammers before you take the plunge, and learn tips to increase your chances of landing jobs at different websites or companies. http://www.wahm.com/forum/
I have used WAHM for years but only got one lead for test scoring job. I find most are low paying positions anyway.
Elance is good. Behance if you have developer skills.
My personal experience is AngelList ( angel.co ) for across-the-board jobs.
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