1. Teresa Thomas
    February 17, 2010 @ 10:37 pm

    Right now, I am trying to find the right type of job for me, but, it is very hard to find something with out an education. I can see, that. I am trying my best in finding the right one for me. It is frustrating to do some search only to be schemed out of money and time. I’d hate to say it but, I too, have been scammed into the scheme of believing that there is real work out there that can be done in the home. People just have to do their homework and be very careful about what it is, that they truly want out of their lives and believe in themselves in order to be successful. I hope, that one day, that I can find the right job for me to do in the home and then, maybe, more jobs will be coming my way as time goes by. I will keep an eye on the job lists on the internet in the mean time.
    I will also, pass this info. on to other people, that I know, that way, they won’t get scammed like I did.


    • LTruex
      February 18, 2010 @ 9:29 am

      There is real work out there. Where people get into trouble is thinking they can just sign up and type or something. Work-at-home jobs are just like traditional jobs; you need the skills and/or experience. If education is keeping you back, then consider getting trained. Take vocational classes or if you don’t have an HS diploma, consider getting a GED. We’ve chatted in the past Teresa and you’ve had good ideas (i.e. your crafts). What have you done towards that? You can sell them on eBay or Etsy.com and it costs nearly nothing. Its the start that stops most people because they want it to fall easily into to place. But like most things in life that are worth having, working at home requires a focused, consistent dedication to make it happen. You can do it Teresa. You just need to do it.


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  4. Joe Marston
    February 20, 2010 @ 2:58 am

    This article offers some good advice. Education is helpful, but is rarely the only important element. Many people without formal education or training are very successful when they are passionate and focused on what they want. And plenty of well educated people are not successful. In looking at any job or work opportunity, it’s very important to ask good questions. And the more fun you can make the search, the better
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