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Work At Home Resources

Work at Home Now (Make it happen with the help of our new book!)
Work at Home Thought Starters (What will I do?)
Types of Home-Based Workers (How will I do it?)


Work at Home NowWork at Home Now: The No-nonsense Guide to Finding Your Perfect Home-based Job, Avoiding Scams, and Making a Great Living
Available now from
Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble.

      • The top insider tips on good and bad Google search terms.
      • How to find the "needles in the haystack" on Craigslist, Indeed, Monster, CareerBuilder, and other big sites.
      • Where the real jobs for mystery shoppers, transcriptionists, and similar part-time specialties can be found.
      • Highly-effective scam-spotting tips.
      • Interviews with hiring managers and successful home-based workers, Work at Home Now is the ultimate guide to finding the work-at-home job or project you want most.
      • Much more!

Work at Home Thought Starters
The 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 skill is not listed here -- chances are, with a good game plan, you can do all or some of it from home!
  • Accountant
  • Administrative Assistant  
  • Administrative Support Specialist
  • Advertising Account Executive
  • Animator
  • Answering Service Provider
  • Appointment Setter
  • Artist
  • Auditor
  • Benefits Manager
  • Billing Clerk
  • Blogger  
  • Bookkeeper
  • Bridal Planner  
  • Budget Analyst
  • Business Analyst
  • Business Plan Developer
  • Calligrapher
  • Cartoonist
  • Caterer
  • Child Care Provider
  • Children's Party Planner
  • Claims Processor
  • Clown
  • Collection Agent
  • Computer Animator
  • Concierge  
  • Consultant
  • Content Provider
  • Copy Editors
  • Copywriter
  • Corporate Identity Designer
  • Corporate Procedure Writer
  • Corporate Program Writer
  • Corporate Recruiter
  • Counselor
  • Crafter  
  • Creative Designer
  • Curriculum Developer  
  • Customer Service Specialist
  • CV/Resume Writer
  • Data Entry Specialist
  • Data Processor
  • Database Administrator
  • Database Analyst
  • Database Design Professional
  • Database Manager
  • Desktop Publisher  
  • Direct Mail Specialist
  • Dressmaker
  • eBay Auction Professional
  • eBook Specialist
  • Editor
  • Educator  
  • E-Newsletter Publisher  
  • Engineer
  • Estimator
  • Event Planner  
  • Executive Coach  
  • Executive Recruiter
  • Ezine Publisher 
  • Financial Advisor
  • Financial Analyst
  • Fund Raiser
  • Game Programmer
  • Genealogist
  • Ghostwriter
  • Gift Basket Designer 
  • Grant Writer
  • Graphic Artist
  • Graphic Designer
  • Headhunter
  • Help Desk Consultant
  • Human Resources Specialist    
  • Illustrator
  • Indexer
  • Insurance Agent
  • Internet Marketing Specialist
  • Internet Radio Show Host  
  • Internet Researcher
  • Investigator
  • IT Consultant
  • Java Developer
  • Landlord  
  • Legal Assistant
  • Legal Word Processor
  • Life Coach  
  • Market Researcher
  • Marketing Representative
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Medical Billing Specialist
  • Medical Transcriptionist
  • Merchandiser
  • Mobile Notary
  • Mock Juror
  • Mortgage Appraiser
  • Mystery Shopper
  • Outsourcing Specialist
  • Paralegal
  • Party Planner
  • Payroll Specialist
  • Personal Assistant
  • Pet Sitter
  • Photographer  
  • Podcasting 
  • Probate Researcher
  • Product Assembler
  • Programmer
  • Project Manager
  • Proofreader  
  • Public Relations
  • Real Estate Agent Assistant  
  • Recruiter
  • Reminder Services
  • Reporter
  • Researcher
  • Resume Writer
  • Sales Representative
  • Secretarial Services
  • SEO Specialist
  • Software Developer
  • Special Events Planner 
  • System Administrator
  • System Analyst
  • System Engineer
  • Teacher 
  • Teaching English / Second Language
  • Technical Writer
  • Telemarketer
  • Telephone Surveyor
  • Telephonic Triage
  • Transcriptionist  Translator  
  • Travel Agent
  • Tutor
  • Video Game Designer
  • Virtual Assistant  
  • "Virtual Worlds" Entrepreneur
  • Web Designer
  • Web Research
  • Wedding Planner  
  • Word Processor
  • Writer

Types of Home-Based Workers
Home-based workers, regardless of the product or service they are providing, fall into three general categories - business owner, telecommuter, or freelancer / consultant / contractor. We've gathered information, tools, and resources for each of these areas, and you'll find them by clicking on the links below.

We suggest that you take some time exploring each of these three areas -- you'd be 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.


Telecommuters are generally 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 benefits.




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 as freelancers.
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