Stuff I’d Like to See General Regarding Work at Home Jobs

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    BiggerPiggyBank
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    RE: Budget101.com : Regarding Work at Home Jobs

    Since it seems a lot of people are wanting this list I will post it here. I
    just didn’t think it would be right of me to post addresses to other
    websites, but since I do have permission from Liss here I go. Instead of
    typing the same thing into every e-mail I just copied and pasted so this
    will look like the same e-mail I sent out to the people that requested the
    info separately.

    These are all websites that are completely free to join and
    the jobs on them are legit. Some of them even have a scam forum to ask or
    find out if a company that you’ve heard of, but haven’t seen anything about
    is a scam or not.

    A quick tip, never pay to work. If it costs money then it is usually a
    scam. On another note, some of these jobs may require you to pay money for
    equipment, but that does not mean that they are scams. They are jobs that
    people are doing and making money at.

    There are several different types of
    work to do at home. It all depends on your preferences. The resources to
    help you get started are http://www.workplacelikehome.com (I highly recommend this
    one).

    This is a website built of forums where you can find out about
    different companies and scams. There is a forum on there labeled legit jobs
    that has companies that hire online employees to work for them. These jobs
    are listed by field of interest.

    Another resource is http://www.wahm.com I don’t get a lot out of this one, but it
    is a good one for research and to find out other things people do for money.

    Now, if you want to go the route of mystery shopping go to http://www.volition.com.
    Let me know if you decide on this one as there is a lot to do for it (i.e.
    signing up for email groups etc.) and I’ll help you get started with that
    one.

    Also, for anybody with transcription experience (it doesn’t have to be
    medical) or those that have completed the training, but never went into the
    field you can go to http://www.mtstars.com and look at their job listings and I
    also recommend signing up for the http://www.mtdaily.com newsletters (there are two
    of them).

    This is all I can remember off hand. I will tell you that I’ve been working
    from home for 5 years now and I don’t make a great deal of income (I don’t
    put a lot of time into it and don’t really do what it takes to make the
    money). At first it can be very tedious and seem like it is not worth it,
    but over time if you just keep the attitude of anything is better than none
    you will succeed and see your paycheck grow.

    To give you an example, I have
    been working for a company doing legal coding for about 3 years now and when
    I started out I wasn’t making hardly anything, but after a year I was
    averaging $9.00. I have a friend who would not stick with it that long and
    is currently looking for other means of employment. So it all depends on you
    and how long and hard you stick with it.

    I will tell you that I’ve heard
    that people who do the phone answering thing make a good living. I haven’t
    tried it as I don’t really care to do sales, but I know a lot of people who
    do it and love it.

    Let me know if there is anything else I can do for you.

    HTH,

    Stacey

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Stuff I’d Like to See General Regarding Work at Home Jobs