What type of at home jobs are available if I have a baby crying in the backgound???

Nellie - posted on 07/29/2010 ( 15 moms have responded )

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I'm not wanting to start working right this minute as my daughter is only seven weeks old, but I'm definitely interested in starting soon. The only problem is I have very little experience and I wouldn't be able to take a job where I'm on the phone lots because my daughter is so young. Is there any type of job that would be suitable for this environment?

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Anna - posted on 08/24/2010

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Hi Nellie,
I earn money online by writing short articles. No phone calls or direct contact with customers. The program I followed told me exactly what to do and what to write (in step-by-step videos). I make money every month, and my income is growing. It does require you to do the work, but it is very easy to do with little ones (especially infants) around. Message me if you want more info.
Best,
Anna

Cortney - posted on 01/11/2011

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www.accutranglobal.com
I type for work which rocks cuz then my son can make a good amount of noise without it bothering anyone else. However, every once in a while he gets so loud I can't hear the voices in my headphones but that's when I try to redirect him to something else or just to take the decibels down a couple notches.

Veronica - posted on 10/29/2010

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Yes. I go to work with my 7 month old on my lap, my 2 year old being terrible, my 3 year old screaming, my 4,6, and 7 year old busy with school and fighting over who's turn it is to play with that one toy they have to fight over out of millions of toys. I am a Sr. Cosmetics consultant - so when I go to do makeovers, weddings, ladies' night -- i look at it as my time out of the house and a break from the kids for a while. Otherwise, I take care of business right from home, in all the chaos.

We have a few webinars coming up - if you are interested, I will send you a link.

Take care,
Veronica Knott

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Nora - posted on 09/12/2014

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Hi there, I will be having my little angel in a matter of months and being that I am young I want to find a job where I can stay at home especially since I will be taking online college classes. Any info or help will be much appreciated. If email would be easier you can send me info at nora.a.rodgers@gmail.com
Thank you again (:

Ana Maria - posted on 06/21/2014

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Hi I'm really intrested can you please send me info at my email
I really need a job that I can do it at home
Guayacagermanson@gmail.com

Matt - posted on 03/18/2014

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I am a stay at home struggling father trying to sell my blown glass art and scheduling private lessons and demonstrations on the side. I am having a hard time getting enough work to keep my wife happy. Any suggestions on how I can make a go of it? I have been posting lots of advertising on facebook without paying anything for it. So far I have made friends, but not very much interest in my work. check me out at kenyonscreations.com or kenyonscreations@gmail.com
Help support your local glass blower

Lara - posted on 01/10/2011

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If there was a way to get paid any and every time somebody made a retail purchase by referring them one time to it, would you want to know about it?!!!!!!!!!

Lisa - posted on 01/03/2011

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Not sure if you found a work at home job that works for you...I am an artist and I also work part time with a friend. I enjoy networking and helping people. If you want to enjoy what you do and want to still make a little extra$ then send me a post.
Lisa

Rebecca - posted on 10/25/2010

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I have a 9, 6, 3, and 1 year old home with me 24/7 and I work a phone and soon chat job. Get up earlier than them, work when they nap, and work after they go to sleep. Hubby or someone could watch them on the weekends or whenever they can too.
The chat job pays $9.50 an hour. Telephone work is always more, unless it is sales based. I will send you some info.

Patrice - posted on 08/23/2010

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Hi Nellie!

This is a great question I have been with a wonderful team of people for over a year now all while working from home. And I'm able to make my calls with my kids right here with me. Not trying to hide them away in another room or something. I'm able to make my calls and if interupted by my kids it's ok. I add it to my phone calls in letting moms and dads know I'm working from home.Which is excatly what most people are looking for. This allows me the oppurtunity to be there for my kids if a problem or need arise. How many company's can you say that with. PM so I can go into more detail and see if my company is a good fit for you.

Christine - posted on 08/22/2010

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Smart to think about it now, It doesn't happen over night..but get started and watch it grow!

Kristi - posted on 08/09/2010

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I do a work at home business but it is something that can be done with little ones around, the calls needed could be done at nap time and your convenence. It is a business, but is is your own business. We have a full team that trains us and it is a great company. If you would like more inforamation please feel free to send me a message.
Kristi

Roz - posted on 08/04/2010

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There are a few, but usually these jobs pay a few dollars less as the customer service ones pay more. Unless you can have a spouse or someone take the baby these types of jobs may not work for you.

You can try www.chacha.com and www.kgb.com. Also check out www.wahm.com/forum and there are MANY folders in there of things you can do. There are businesses mixed in with jobs so if you have any questions just jump on and ask. HTH!

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