Monday, November 14, 2011

Work at home

Are you looking for an online job? Are you weary of looking at site after site trying to make sense of what is real and what is a scam? How can you know whether or not a work-at-home offer is legitimate?

Legitimate work-at-home jobs can be found if you know where to look. There are thousands of companies worldwide, on and off the Internet, who are willing to pay people to work from home.

You should beware of the following: 
• Outdated listings containing phone numbers, links and/or email addresses that don't work. 
• Pyramid or MLM schemes that try to get you to join them without selling a product or service. 
• Sites that make outrageous claims about earning potentials; they should be considered scams. 
• Someone who asks for your money without answering your questions. 
• Use your common sense. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. 
• Work-at-home sites and companies that claim to find you jobs but only sell you information on how you might be able to make money.

There are many web sites that specialize in work-at-home jobs. Some sites offer a list of job openings that can be viewed by category. These categories include, but are not limited to, accounting, administration, clerical, finance, graphic design, marketing, sales, web development, and writing.

Online Computer Jobs opportunities require certain skills and experience just as any regular position would. For some of these jobs you will also need office equipment such as a Computer (Necessary), software, printer, Internet access, phone, and maybe a fax machine.

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