How to find online jobs to work from home?

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  1. MrsHernandez profile image60
    MrsHernandezposted 7 years ago

    How to find online jobs to work from home?

  2. profile image60
    david stillwagonposted 7 years ago

    Be careful when you are looking for online jobs to work from home there are some of them that aren't legitimate. Customer Service jobs are one area that you might want to look at.

  3. IMVanguard profile image55
    IMVanguardposted 7 years ago

    My advice is similar to David's.  I'll just take it a step further.

    The most important thing you can do, if you're serious about it is to arm yourself.  That may sound a bit dramatic ... and well it is. But it's always important to remember that people who are writing to you about working from home likely using some predictable marketing techniques. 

    They are trying to reach a certain type of person.  In the end what that means, is that the offer that feels least suspicious to you is actually the offer directed at you. 

    Besides that, see right through anyone that offers a quick fix.  Hey it's not impossible, but there's no road map you can follow to quick fix/easy money. There are just too many variables.  Working from home takes effort and dedication.  But it can be done. 

    Feel free to write to me if you need an experienced and honest opinion.

    To your success,

    Ben

  4. james_white7533 profile image54
    james_white7533posted 7 years ago

    There are lot of opportunities to make money online staying at home. But Before joining any of them, I suggest you to do proper research about them on google, Read reviews discuss it on forums because as i know almost 95% of these opportunities are Fake or scam.

    But don't lose your hope. try hard you will get right one.
    thanks

  5. mishdog profile image52
    mishdogposted 7 years ago

    work for yourself! so much better, you can work from home, work whatever hours you want. And the best part... there's nothing stopping you from getting started right away... so why not?

  6. tlynn6420 profile image57
    tlynn6420posted 7 years ago

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    excellasysposted 7 years ago

    I agree be careful. There is a trend for people to hire customer service agents to work at home.

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    indiarecruitmentjposted 7 years ago

    Know more about, how one can earn from home through home based and part time jobs
    http://indiarecruitmentjob.com/category … ent-india/

  9. NaomiClarke profile image57
    NaomiClarkeposted 7 years ago

    The best way to do this is to find job boards that specialize in the job type/industry you're interested in. There are enough good,free ones that you don't need to pay to join one. Here's an article that has more details:

    http://yourbestjobnowblog.com/2011/04/w … arch-tips/

  10. shiloh01 profile image54
    shiloh01posted 7 years ago

    That's very easy, you can create a profile on any of the freelancing site and can get proposals from there to work with different employers. Some of these sites are:

    freelanceer, vworker, elance and easyoutsource..

    Hope it helps a little.

  11. Robert_Truitt1 profile image54
    Robert_Truitt1posted 7 years ago

    If you are looking for a job online it is best to do your own research on the company that is offering the job. there are more scams online than what it was years ago and scammers are getting better and better at what they do.

    My suggestion is that you can check out work at home forums that talk about different work at home jobs and this is also a good website that place jobs on there website.

    www.thehomejob.net

  12. jobstechin profile image56
    jobstechinposted 6 years ago

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