Tag Archives: Work At Home Jobs
No one wants to be the victim of a scam. But avoiding work-at-home scams is more than just about protecting your money or identity. It will also keep you out of legal hassle. Some scams involve the victim perpetuating the scam.… Read the rest
Although most of WAHS visitors are from the United States, I have many readers from other regions of the world, as well. Every Friday, I include Canadian job posting in the email newsletter, but what about everyone else? Today I’m providing a list of companies that have work for folks who live in other places around the world, as well as the U.S.… Read the rest
by Susan Finch
When I first decided to become a writer, I wrote a few bad novels and waited for instant fame and publication. This was in the late 90s, when Kindle publishing wasn’t mainstream and blogging was in its infancy.… Read the rest
Not everyone who wants to work from home is looking for a full-time gig. Sometimes they just want a few extra bucks to help make ends meet. Other times they need to work around children or caring for ill or elderly family members.… Read the rest
I get emails daily from frustrated job hunters struggling to find work. I know this frustration, disappointment, and stress firsthand as I have experienced it as well. Indeed, frustration and disappointment are two of the biggest hurdles struggling work-at-home wannabes face.… Read the rest
Have you ever bought an item online, only to discover it was misrepresented? Or rented a vacation home and found it didn’t meet promoted expectations? Since 2009, WeGoLook has been offering “looking” services whereby it sends a “looker” to check on the item, rental or whatever else the buyer is interested in but wants a trusted person to check out first.… Read the rest
Most jobs, whether done at home or onsite, pay once or twice a month. However, if you’d like to get paid at least weekly, here is a list of places you can try.
Before reviewing the list, here are a few things you should note about these work-at-home options:
- While all of them pay at least weekly, they may or may not offer the amount of work you need to generate the income you need on a steady basis.
One of the biggest challenges to getting a job is how long it takes. The most common complaint I hear from work-at-home job seekers is that they’ve been applying for a long time (sometimes years), but never get hired. In most cases, their resume goes unanswered.… Read the rest
Have you ever watched TV and noticed what’s being said appears in print at the bottom of the screen? Or at the end of a talk show when you’re offered transcripts of the episode? The verbatim words spoken by people on TV that are provided for the hearing impaired or as transcripts are created by captionists.… Read the rest
One of the challenges to working at home is fitting it into an already busy schedule. If you need flexibility in the number of hours and days you week, some of the companies below may be able to help.
Below you’ll find a list of companies that often let you set your own schedule in areas of customer services and support, virtual support, phone work, teaching/tutoring, and more.… Read the rest