Work-At-Home Success offers its own work-at-home job database, but maybe you’d like to find more. Below I’ve posted a list of other resources you can use to find work-at-home jobs.
Before you check it out though, I want to remind you that work-at-home jobs are like other jobs; you need skills and experience to get them. If you’re looking for a menial “typing,” “data entry,” “assembly,” or “envelope stuffing,” you’ll be disappointed as most are scams. So, as you use the resources below to search for work, treat your work-at-home hunt the same way you would a traditional job hunt. Look for work that requires the skills, experiences and interests you have.
As a reminder, while you never want to pay to get hired, it is okay to pay for services that screen and list legitimate work-at-home jobs. A couple of the resources below charge to access their database of jobs. I recommend these resources because they can save you time weeding out business opportunities and scams. However, I only recommend them for people who are serious about finding a work-at-home job and understand that you won’t simply sign up to stuff envelopes or type.
12 Places to Find a Work-At-Home Job
FlexJobs – Has tons of work-at-home and flexible job options, plus a personalized login system that will identify jobs that fit your criteria, ability to have multiple resume profiles, job search tips and checklists, and much more! For the number of jobs and added service, its a must use for the serious work-at-home job hunter. You can check out my review of Flexjobs here.
HomeJobStop – has over 100 jobs in clerical, and more in customer service, writing, transcription, miscellaneous plus 100’s of others. Very affordable.
Indeed.com – This link should take you directly to the telecommuting listings. You can search Indeed using “telecommute” and “work at home” (in quotes). You can try “virtual” and “remote,” as well. You do need to screen for scams and biz ops.
Hire My Mom – Developed by Home Based Working Mom founder and author Lesley Pyle Spencer, Hire My Mom is a professional job board for moms. It is recommended that you have a minimum of one to two years of experience in the area you want to work. Offers quarterly and yearly membership options.
MomCorps – offers a database of flexible work options for moms. You need to register to search jobs, but it’s free for the basic service, and monthly or yearly fee for an enhanced membership. The site offers a blog with tips and resources for job seekers.
RatRaceRebellion – Jobs are posted for free on a daily basis. You can also search jobs by categories. Like Work-At-Home Success, the free jobs are supported through advertising, so you’ll find ads listed near the jobs.
Real Ways to Earn Money Online – This site offers regular home-based money-making ideas plus a directory of work-at-home jobs by category.
Monster.com – Search jobs using “work at home” or “telecommute”. Watch out for scams and biz op schemes.
Beyond.com– Search jobs using “work at home” or “telecommute”. Watch out for scams and biz op schemes.
CareerBuilder – Search jobs using “work at home” or “telecommute.” Lots of jobs in customer service and nursing. Watch out for scams and biz op schemes.
Job.com – Search jobs using “work at home” or “telecommute.” Watch out for scams and biz op schemes.
CraigsList.org – Search by largest city near you. Select “Job” from the drop down list. Click the box marked “Telecommute” and then “Search”. You need to watch out for scams and biz ops, but you can find many great legit jobs as well.
NEW… Check out ZipRecruiter’s Work-At-Home Job Listings
If there is a city in the “Location” box, you can remove that. Enter “work at home” (with the quotes) or telecommute, remote or virtual to find jobs.
Don’t forget WAHS’s resources for work-at-home jobs including: