5 Places to Find Legitimate Work-From-Home Job
Friday February 05, 2010 - 12:01 PM EST
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ST. LOUIS, Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Financial blog, ChristianPF.com released an article discussing some of
the legitimate opportunities to work-from-home. With the effects of the recession still lingering, many people
are still facing unemployment or are underemployed. Many of the opportunities listed are simple ways to earn
a few extra bucks by writing articles, data entry, other data-related tasks, or as a call-center operator. Some of
the jobs require special skills or knowledge, but others might be suitable for those without experience. All of
the companies will send 1099's for tax purposes.
An excerpt from the article...
We live in tough times. Those who are not unemployed are under-employed. Many people agonize between
taking a second job and family time. My goal is to share with you some resources that allow you to earn extra
income for your family from the comfort of your own home on your schedule. Many of these examples I have
personally used to add extra income to my household when needed. I am not going to focus on starting an
online business in this post (although, the diligent can make money blogging, creating their own products,
selling on Ebay, and affiliate sales.) Instead, I want to introduce to you a few reputable work-from-home
companies that will pay you for your work.
5 legit opportunities to work from home
1. Demand Studios
They have many different employment opportunities that range from Writers, Editors, Title Editors,
Filmmakers, and more. They are usually hiring for certain positions at certain times so you have to keep your
eyes peeled. I have made several thousand dollars in article writing and title editing. I even got my wife into
doing title editing and earning extra spending money. As a writer you can make between $7.50-$20.00 per
150-500 word article. I usually write about two articles an hour (that's $30.00 an hour at $15.00 an article).
You do not have to be a prolific writer or have a background in writing to get accepted. Most articles are in a
"How to" format. So, if you are the type that enjoys learning something new and then explaining it to
someone else then this could be a fun work for you.
Let's say you have a trip you want to take in a month. Just decide how many articles you would have to write
a day to reach your goal. They pay by Paypal every Wednesday and Friday. There is no payment threshold
that you have to meet either. If you have money in your account, you will get paid. They currently have
thousands of titles to choose from in the system and you can reserve up to ten at a time.
2. Live Work
This is mostly like a running projects board for a company called LiveOps (which I will discuss later on). Live
Work has many different projects that you can bid on. Many are data entry and task-oriented. You work as
much as you want. I once worked on a Dictonary.com project and was paid for every definition and source
that I put in the system. There really is a wide-variety of work available there.
Read the full article: http://www.christianpf.com/legitimate-work-from-home-jobs/
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