Work At Home Jobs October 2, 2014


READ FIRST! To apply to the jobs listed below, please follow the directions posted in the announcement. DO NOT CONTACT WAHS TO APPLY TO A JOB LISTED HERE.

Work-At-Home Success is not representing or affiliated with the companies posted here. These jobs are found by Work-At-Home Success or submitted for posting. Further Work-At-Home Success can make no guarantees about the jobs posted. Visit WAHS’s Scam Alert page to get information on protecting yourself from scams.

New Jobs

ESL Consultant
Lifestyle/Entertainment Editor (Stipend)
Marketing/Admin Assistant (some onsite work)
Editor / Proofreader
Exchange Student Coordinator
Instructional Writer
Executive Assistant
Travel Agents

Did you see previous day’s jobs? Get ’em here!

arrow4redNeed tips on finding more work-at-home jobs? Read this post on how to search for work-at-home jobs.

Didn’t find the job you want above? Here are some of the sites I used to find the jobs listed above. Please note, the listings below are NOT jobs (jobs are posted above). These are services that provide work-at-home job announcements. Some are free and others aren’t. While you never want to pay a company to hire you, its is okay to invest in a service that can help you find a job. The services below are the ones that I use and know to be reputable.

Telecommuting Job Databases (fee required to access these services)

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.

HomeJobStop has over 100 jobs in clerical, and more in customer service, writing, transcription, miscellaneous plus 100’s of others. Very affordable.

Free job search sites (you need to search by keyword to find work-at-home jobs on these sites).

NEW! oDesk – Tons of freelance jobs in administrative support, customer service and more! Check out this video on how to find work-at-home jobs on
Yahoo! Hot Jobs

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  1. SHERRY says

    leslie, please help me find a legit good “work from home job”. I really need one to get my family through the winter.

    1. LTruex says

      Hi Sherry, I wish I could give you an easy answer to work-at-home jobs, but like traditional jobs, they can take time to get. Start by inventorying the skills and experience you have to offer employers, and then look for work that needs those skills. Another option that might be quicker, though not necessarily pay as much is the microwork sites. In both cases, you should put together a well-written resume that focuses on how your skills can help employers. Good luck.

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