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MomCandy


 
 
Seeking Good online Job
on Jul 11, 2015 (Read 25169 times | Comments: 34)
Hi Everyone, So i have a 7 year old who'll be eight next month, and a 16 month old. Both girls. I am currently a SAHM. However. I feel like it is very important that i contribute to the family's finances. I spent most of today browsing the net looking at work from home jobs, and i found a couple. I am just scared that the may not be very flexible. Apple has one that sounds good, then i read a review on how their work from home program works. This was from someone who worked for them. I then had to take a step back and start to re-evaluate the offer, It sounded great, Benefits and All, but their performance metrics and inflexible hour...I just want to be home with my girls and earn some money to help out. Any thought or suggestions on any good online jobs that are legit?
sonsa505
sonsa505


on Jul 13, 2015 Quote  »     Reply  »

You and me too! I've been looking on Pinterest. It's hard to find something legit.
AshleyVizz
AshleyVizz


on Jul 16, 2015 Quote  »     Reply  »

Am a Student and help my Mother out who's health is poor. Looking also.. is a lot out there when you search on web can be a tab overwhelming in what to choose or trust. Any advise or tips would be appreciated also.
tldoglover
tldoglover


on Jul 30, 2015 Quote  »     Reply  »

I too need work at home. I've had Fibromyalgia for years and other health problems that seem to getting rougher with age. A woman from my neurologist office called last week to confirm my appointment. It was obvious that it didn't come from the doctors office, but perhaps her home phone? I thought to myself, " How perfect would that be? To call patients and confirm/remind them of their upcoming appointments?!" I tried doing the survey bit. I was listed with 12-15 companies and if I really figured my time and hours.........I was probably making 25-50 cents an hour if I was lucky. My husband & I live on his social security check only! Everything is going up,up,up and the check is not!
Hotsalsa99
Hotsalsa99


on Aug 01, 2015 Quote  »     Reply  »

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Hotsalsa99
Hotsalsa99


on Aug 02, 2015 Quote  »     Reply  »

Hey I'm back! I found a place giving away no strings attached, free domain names. It's one.com/en I got a free domain for a year. I just had to print and sign the agreement, and email or fax it back.
ThatGirl1705
ThatGirl1705


on Sep 01, 2015 Quote  »     Reply  »

I have found with all of my research it really depends on what you are wanting to do. There are a lot of call center type jobs you can do from home though most do require you to have certain equipment to get started, like computer requirements, a headset, and landline. If you can do data entry you can find work like that as well. I think the biggest issue with most people is they think there will be some super job out there working from home that will bring in tons of cash and be super easy but thats just not the case. A lot of places will pay less because its work from home and many have such a competitive hiring process because who doesn't want to work from home! If you keep at it though you can find something out there that is legit. The customer service industry call jobs from home are out there and some have flexible schedules but you are not going to make big bucks or at least not starting out. Most seem to be 7-10 bucks an hour at most.
ThatGirl1705
ThatGirl1705


on Sep 01, 2015 Quote  »     Reply  »

Also, maybe try looking into Virtual Assistant work. Lots of bloggers out there need help with things and buy content from people like articles and roundups. If you can edit or create pictures or recipes while taking great photographs there is a market for that sort of thing. I do VA work and run my own blog so there is cash to be made working as a VA its just not by the hour usually unless you get on with someone willing to pay by the hour.
Hotsalsa99
Hotsalsa99


on Sep 01, 2015 Quote  »     Reply  »

I've been doing virtual assistant work. If you're interested please let me know.
Skykal
Skykal


on Sep 11, 2015 Quote  »     Reply  »

I would like to know more
krystlelv
krystlelv


on Sep 16, 2015 Quote  »     Reply  »

Hi! I would love to give virtual assistance a try! how can I get started?
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