Any ideas for an at home job?
Vanessa - posted on 07/24/2012
Hi Morgan, Imagine a life where you’re in control of your time. You decide when to start working. You don’t need anyone’s permission to go to your child’s soccer game. With an independent business, you can have this kind of freedom and the opportunity to gain financial rewards.
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Michelle - posted on 06/28/2012
I do two things that help me stay home...my children are a little bit older then yours now but i've been doing both since they were 2 & 3 I"m a personal trainer & I work for pink papaya. I love pink papaya its what I call my fun job. The products I seel are all natural made in the USA they smell amazing and since most people haven't heard of the company they are very easy to sell. I started off small...just my friends and family and i've been doing this for a little over a year now and I've built a great team and we just have a good time. I would be happy to send you a packet in the mail with product information start up cost and a free body butter sample at no cost to you. Fee free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 708.261.8944
Caroline - posted on 06/11/2012
I am looking for 5 motivated, purpose driven people this month who I can train to build an International business like I have from home.
I am with an 18 year old global home-based business in the exploding industry which has over 1 million associates & growing, 70 patents, easy duplicable system in 20 countries including USA, no deliveries, work around your own families commitments, full training, travel holiday incentives to be won, a rewarding business that makes a difference in other people's lives.... As well as your own.
I began this business 14 yrs ago when my disabled daughter was 2 yrs old and had no money.
Nicole - posted on 05/08/2012
If you can do phone work, there is a plethora of work from home customer service and sales positions with various companies (some as employee, some as independent contractor). If you cannot do phones work (I can't either), you can try to find writing jobs and other jobs such as working as a search engine evaluator for LeapForce or Lionbridge, working as a social media moderator for companies like LiveWorld, or you can make a few dollars here and there working for companies like Weegy, kgbkgb, and Cha-Cha.
The more "eggs" you acquire, the more money and variety of work you will have.
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