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Make money with Legitimate Work-At-Home Jobs

Updated on January 21, 2015
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Finding the Right Legitimate Job

As the internet grows in leaps and bounds as people log on to the internet every day from all parts of the world. Shopping looking for information on just about everything you can possibly think of, searching for what interest them. Many are looking for ways to earn money. Until they realize that there are a lot of people are being taking advantage of with buying this product or that book, only to be given a product that doesn't work, and get fustratated that there is no money to be made online. Well there are legitimate ways of making money online, and you don’t have to pay anything just your time and work, anything you want in life you have to work at it, nothing is just given to you. Here are a few of those opportunity listed below you can check out:

  • Humanatic.com

This company pays you to listen to calls from your computer, there is no experience, pays 1 to 4 cents per call, pays weekly through Paypal. To find more info go to Humanatic.com.

  • Amazon.com

This well-known company. They hire customer’s service agents to work from home, training provided type work-home, when you search their website. Pay starts at $11.00 per hour.

  • Alpineaccess.com

This too is a work-at-home job. They are always looking for home agents to answer call from clients, you will be hired as an employee and they offer benefits, you’re required to work one week-end day, minimum 20-25 hours a week. Pays around 9 per hour.

  • About.com

They need writers, guides, and video producers to work in your spare time to work from home. must have experience in your area of expertise.

  • Uhaul.com

Looking to work part-time, with flexible hours from home. Paid training, and need a headset and computer pays $8.50 per hour.

I recommend you start surfing for work- at-home opportunities. So happy searching. God bless everyone.

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The Advantages and the Disadvantages of Working at Home

The World Wide Web is the platform for information. researching, learning, and you can even teach yourself, and it’s the place where you can search how others have started and have succeeded in their businesses. Now you too can begin to follow your dreams to work-at-home and not be afraid of not knowing how to start, or how to make it happen or you may feel you don’t have any skills or experience to start, but there are a lot of people who feel that there is with no way to start without a product, or any idea on starting. You don't have to have a product or great idea to work-at-home, and working at home may or may not be your cup of tea, but you will have to decide. but there are advantages, and it’s disadvantages, the advantage is that you don’t have to leave the house therefore saving money on gas, paying for parking, and buying lunch, and save on buying clothes for work, you can wear what you want, you can even wear you pajamas to work pretty cool! But you have disadvantages if you’re a person that doesn’t do well staying at home then this may not be for you, and that's ok, and there are some people who would rather work outside the home, then to work-at-home whatever reason they may have.

You can decide your plan and execute it

But for those who would rather have a work- at-home job and enjoy the freedom working their own hours and having there own schedule, and the benefit of not having to pay the commute back and forth to daycare and to work, you can work-at-home and work around you children schedule and be able to make a living out of working at home. So whatever journey you decide to take is totally up to you, there are more than one avenue to take and whatever plan you follow, may not be the same plan someone else may take, but whatever journey you take is yours, and long as you get there.

What to Look for You Might be Scammed

Looking for legitimate work-at-home jobs, Watch out for people trying to scam you. Here are a few things to look out for.

  1. If you come across a website with an ad that promises making a certain big amount of money daily.
  2. If they are asking you to pay money to make money, legitimate jobs are not going to cost you any money.
  3. If the ad reads the you can make thousands of dollar in a day.

If you feel that you are being taken advantage of you can report it to Google or you can investigate get the details about the companies, and find out if they are real, and find their e-mail and ask about the job.





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    • billybuc profile image

      Bill Holland 

      4 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Very nice job! I think you are doing quite well and I'm not sure what other help I could give you. :)

    • rajan jolly profile image

      Rajan Singh Jolly 

      4 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      Useful information. I'll be checking out thse sites. Thanks.

    • purnasrinivas profile image

      purnasrinivas 

      4 years ago from Bangalore

      A very useful hubs. Will like to try the avenues mentioned here.

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