Is there any job that i could get online. No scams. No spams.
Yes, there are many legitimate jobs available online, though exactly what will work for you will depend on your own skill set. Where most people tend to stumble in their online job search is that they're looking for unreasonably high pay for unreasonably low effort, and that just doesn't happen...an online job is still a job, and requires a lot of work. I personally chose to go the freelancing route -- writing and transcription -- and now, after three years full-time, three of my clients form the bulk of my income. Others may choose to take lower pay for steadier hours, benefits from employers, etc. I know people who have found jobs as an answering or call service, technical help, research, data entry, website design, software design, and more. It's certainly not one of those things that you can just type in "online jobs" and expect a search engine to turn up legitimate results. Pick your industry, or research based on the skills that you have, and start your job hunt from there.
you can make a job. what do you do and see if you can get customer on line
Yes, of course. Read this hub: http://hubpages.com/hub/Make-enough-mon … -from-home
You can do Customer Service, I know a lady who works for American Express from home.
You can work as a Virtual Worker: do what you are good at: Virtual Workers work from home doing different kinds of jobs that are assigned to them.
You will most like need 1) Internet service 2) Computer 3) Quiet space to work from.
You can be a Free Lance Writer.
You can Operate your own Book Store online. Do your research. Do not give out your credit card number to anyone asking for start-up cost for any of these opportunities. Lastly, if you don't mind working partly in the field and partly online at home - Try Field Interviewing with NORC (Chicago).
Hubpages.com is a job-if you'll only look at it that way, and learn how to generate enough traffic to your hubs to make you some money.
To be specific-submit your hubs to reddit.com, after joining reddit. . . .but only submit two or three hubs a day there, and take time between submissions.
Elance.com can set you up with legitimate freelance gigs. While you're working on a piece for a client, Elance holds the money you'll be paid in Escrow so you don't have to worry about not getting paid. They also verify that they're clients are legit.
There are many ways that you can make money online that are not scams.
There are definitely a lot of scams out there, but one of the best ways to determine whether something is worth trying out or not is to see how long that opportunity has been in operation.
When a brand new website that has been unproven comes to the surface, the chances that they are a scam are much higher than websites/companies that have been around for a long time and have a track record.
There will always be negative reviews on even the best opportunities, so you should not be discouraged just from that, but look at the big picture as a whole to determine whether something is a scam or not.
by Fluffymetal 8 years ago
by Barrelracer9293 6 years ago
Is there such a thing as an online job like Data Entry, or is it all scams?
by Mavhe Quijada 6 years ago
What is the best part time online job?I need a part time online job and I wonder if you guys can suggest me one.
by stanley michael 7 years ago
Do I need to pay to be accepted for a online jobhow can I get a job online
by Sally Gulbrandsen 5 years ago
Do you have any experience of any legitimate work from home opportunities?There are so many scams out there. Have you discovered any legitimate opportunities which you would be willing to share here, or are you willing to talk about the ones which have disappointed?
by Katelyn Weel 7 years ago
Has anyone had any experience with oDesk? It's an online job site.
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