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Work at Home Now
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Thought Starters (What will I do?)
of Home-Based Workers (How will I do it?)
at Home Now: The
No-nonsense Guide to Finding Your Perfect Home-based Job, Avoiding
Scams, and Making a Great Living
top insider tips on good and bad Google search terms.
to find the "needles in the haystack" on Craigslist, Indeed, Monster,
CareerBuilder, and other big sites.
the real jobs for mystery shoppers, transcriptionists, and similar
part-time specialties can be found.
with hiring managers and successful home-based workers, Work
at Home Now is the ultimate guide to finding the work-at-home job or
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Home Thought Starters
following list is just a
sampling of the kinds of jobs people are doing from home.
Don't don't be discouraged if your particular idea or
is not listed here -- chances are, with a good game plan, you can do
all or some of it from home!
workers, regardless of the product or service they are
providing, fall into three general categories - business
owner, telecommuter, or freelancer
/ consultant / contractor. We've
information, tools, and resources for each of these areas, and you'll
find them by clicking on the links below.
suggest that you take some time exploring each of these three areas --
surprised how often the "perfect job" turns out to be something you
might never have thought of!
Owning your own business is not right for everyone, but for those who
are entrepreneurially minded, a home-based business can be a great
alternative to "traditional" work arrangements.
You must have a product or service that others will want to purchase, a
marketing plan to reach your prospective buyers, and the business
know-how to make everything run smoothly.
employees who complete all or part of their work from home.
As with all employee / employer relationships, these home-based workers
take full direction from the company they work for and, while they may
have some autonomy, company policies still apply.
On the plus side, telecommuters may be eligible for company
Like many home-based business owners, freelancers and independent
consultants are self-employed.
Freelancers often sell services rather than products, though home-based
product sales (particularly via eBay and similar outlets) are
increasing as well.
Writers, artists, IT specialists, proofreaders, consultants, and other
people with specialized "knowledge worker" skills often bill themselves
here for more on
here for more on Telecommuting
here for more on Freelancing