I haven't used them yet, but a friend of mine got two jobs using this board and she has nothing but good things to say about using it as a resource.
Oops - I'm editing this because the link only seemed to lead to my own logged in page. Anyway, it's called workplace from home.
note to self - doublecheck stuff
it's workplace LIKE home
dunno, a simple internet search turned up a lot of complaints....http://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/work-place-like-home-c191985.html
No Work Place Like Home is definitely a legit website. It is basically a forum that list Work from home jobs. No fear...
Why would a newbie post a site that they clearly admit they don't utilize? AND a subsequent newbie reply? Nope, don't think so. I've been on the boards long enough to know that when something like that occurs, it's usually a SCAM. Let's try to get people back to work legitimately with legitimate work on sites we actually USE and can properly vouch for! Thank you.
Hey, the newbie here. Admittedly, I haven't used the site. But someone I worked with for awhile DID and it's where she's gotten leads for other work. I did have a work-from-home job for awhile that was similar to what is discussed on that site. It wasn't great pay, but it was super flexible.
And, fwiw, everyone starts off on this site as a "newbie." Doesn't mean everything said by one is inaccurate.
There's a lot of links for work from home and a huge majority of them are bogus or a rip-off. I was fortunate enough to run into a friend who's rated the #1 internet marketer online and a lot of his information is FREE.
I wound up building a nice online business and now I make a reasonable living from home while I still do my career in acting and stand-up.
It's not Amway or Herbalife or any of that multi-level crap.
Bottom line: there is some legitimate ways to build a business online with very little capital. Good luck!
I am always looking for the at-home opportunities. I work as a driver part-time, but our hours have been severely reduced in the past couple years and I need to supplement for it.
I do know of a legit website that has kind of a weird set-up. It's kind of a pain early on, because you are competing for jobs with people around the world, but odesk.com is a way to get actual work-from-home jobs. Again, it's a worldwide thing, so early on you could only be making, like. $2.00/hour for some little project. But it's one of those things where you build your reputation and work up to better-paying stuff. And, depending on your skillset, you can apparently do that pretty quickly.
My sister actually started out doing it a couple years ago and (since she does billing/accounting) she ended up being recruited by the actual odesk company and works from home full time so she can be there with her kids (3 & 1). Doing the accounting stuff through them, she now makes $21 and hour or there about. Her first job on odesk was one of those $2.00/hour jobs doing ebay listing updates.
I myself am not finished setting up my profile on it, but I'm planning to do it today, so I'll keep people updated to see how it goes.
Does anybody else on here use odesk?
I actually managed an overseas team of researchers using Odesk, so I was one of the hirers (on behalf of the firm I was working for at the time).
I haven't tried it as a worker yet, but it is a legitimate website. But yes, you could be competing with people willing to work for $4/hr, so be prepared to hype up your skills!
Hi, just be very careful with what your finding online. I've been through the ringer with a lot of 'fly by nights' that over promise and under deliver. There is only one program that I found to be true and consistent. I only recommend this business right now, which I'm making money from. http://empoweringdecisions.com
I'm an indie producer in this biz and making money online as an internet marketer. Reach out to me if you have any questions. I'll give you the truth without the hype.
Look into being a virtual assistant, they pay quite well and you can be at home doing it!
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