Any good, reliable online/work at home jobs you would recommend?
As a student it is hard to balance out school and a job; and I can't drive yet. My town is also kind of small with very limited positions. I've been looking all over the internet and I'm tired of being scammed. I need to put more money into my college fund and help out my family. Thank you for your help!!!!
You can try West at Home. They pay minimum wage but you always have the chance to earn bonuses. And you can choose either FT/PT and then pretty much choose your hours. They offer paid training. I'm not certain of their web address but google West at Home and you'll probably find them. That's really the only one I know of that is reliable and steady. Cha Cha answers is another but they only pay you 10 cents per answer. You have to answer alot of questions to make a buck...
Here are my recommendations:
Taking surveys - Global Test Market, Cash Crate, Vindale
Microjobs - Microworkers, Cash Crate, Clickworker
Freelancing - Odesk, Elance
Offer tasks - Fiverr
Ratracerebellion.com is a serious site where you can find legitimate work at home jobs.
Would you consider eBay an at-home job? It does require going out to garage sales and auctions and the like, but you can do the listings from home and can even arrange to have your shipping picked up! You'll learn what items sell and what you prefer to work with as you go. I sell toys and have written a hub about a few consistent sellers to watch for at sales.
DVDs and books are good sellers on Amazon if you prefer that site.
I would suggest NCO Group. I work full time from home with this company. It is an entirely virtual work environment. There are day and evening shifts available. Some people do work part time.
Check out my hub on this subject for more information and links to hundreds of legitimate work at home opportunities. Good luck! http://hub.me/afrGB
I list sites that offer remote work jobs on my website (onlinesurveysbyajbc.com) as well as many survey opportunities. Surveys can be a great way to start generating some income/rewards as you job hunt. Also, Rat Race Rebellion lists many many work-from-home jobs on their website and their e-newsletter updates are free to sign up for. Both my site and RRR report job leads for companies you'll know like Aetna, Humana, Amazon, U-haul and more. There should NEVER be a fee to read about or apply for any job, including work-from-home jobs!
My son is selling Tshirts online, no inventory, you can create your own tshirts, its actually pretty cool, hes making money and isn't affecting his school work. Hes still in High School. Check it out....https://jvz1.com/c/839803/259793
by RVDaniels 7 years ago
Are there any real work from home jobs,not Internet scams? I have tried a lot and never made any money yet.Thanks,Ronnie Daniels
by jammyedwards1 7 years ago
Does anyone know any genuine online ways of working at home part time, etc?
by shareware 8 years ago
Hi pals, i just wanted to share one of my friend's experience. He signed up for work-from-home job (you would never call it a job), and recently he has been making a few inputs(you can call it deposits or throwing money to the air) and he even bought a book from internet on how to make money from...
by Rob Hampton 3 years ago
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by Christian Matthew Peralta 2 years ago
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by ChristineVianello 5 years ago
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