Free Help Finding Legit Work-At-Home Jobs

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The Cancer Fairy Godmother has been asked : ” Can you help me find work-at-home jobs”? Searching for 2nd and 3rd shift jobs as well as trying to find full/part-time employment is like finding a needle in a haystack these days. Unfortunately, there are thousands of individuals looking day and night for suitable jobs in their area just to keep food on the table and a roof over their heads.

So, I ‘ve done some research to assist you in your request for help.

First of all let me say that you must be wise and avoid being scammed. There are many predators out there who prey on those who are in need or desperate for a job. The good news is that you can easily check out any website or email that you receive to see if it legitimate by going to: http://www.bbb.org/library. This is the Better Business Bureau’s site and here you fill find valuable information to avoid becoming a victim of these scam artists.

Under no circumstance should you send MONEY, BANK ACCOUNT NUMBERS, OR YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER unless you know exactly who you are dealing with and well into the hiring process.

The below sites specialize in outsourced call center jobs. They pay generally $14-$17 an hour. Before signing up with any of these sites read the fine print.

Outsourced Call Center Jobs:

http://www.arise.com

http://www.alpineacess.com

http://www.workingsolutions.com

http://www.westathome.com

Job Boards are sites that charge a fee for access to their listings such as http://www.virtualassistant.com and http://www.tjobs.com.

The Pro’s of the above job board sites is that you don’t have to go through many postings to find jobs that are geared toward home workers and there are fewer scam listings. The disadvantage to some might be paying right now for the job information. If you are up to the challenge you can usually find the same job s on free job boards which might take you some to to locate. Either way its up to you to figure out which method is best to pursue.

A free job board site which acts as a staffing service and post a detailed profile is http://www.momcorps.com. You pay around $9.95 a month and suddenly your profile is among the many that employers see.

Virtual Sites like http://www.elance.com, http://www.odesk.com and http://www.guru.com help freelancers who have specialized skills. At these sites you also bid on the jobs.

Another work-at-home site is http://www.vipdesk.com which hires virtual personal assistants for clients. The hourly pay can range anywhere from $14-20 dollars or more. The requirements for this site
is that you must submit a resume, and writing sample, agree to a background and credit check, interview by phone twice, train for ten days, provide references, and be available to work nights, weekends, and holidays.

Just for good measure try http://www.indeed.com and http://www.simplyhire.com. These two are what you call aggregator sites. They are both quite good.

I hope this information has been helpful. Good luck in finding work-at-home jobs.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Sharon A. Tucker August 2, 2009 at 9:05 pm

This is my first time on this web site. I must say; it brought back memories when my mother was going through the battle with cancer.
I am looking for a home base job that I can also help a cancer patient.
I currently work @ a hospital and I just feel like I need to do more. I need to reach out to those who are in need.
I hope that this web site works out for all of us.

Thanks,
Sharon

2 admin August 11, 2009 at 12:19 am

Thanks Sharon. We try to provide the the patient needs to read and hear. continue to visit us and pass the word for finding free and low cost services for the cancer patient.

3 Bobby E Johnson September 12, 2010 at 2:29 pm

Dear sir I’m a cancer patient is there any way for me to work from home

4 Nicole Boivin January 3, 2014 at 2:40 am

Hey, you should also be aware of http://www.simpletelecommute.com search engine for finding work at home jobs.

5 admin January 3, 2014 at 2:57 am

We usually don’t approve these type of comments, but under the circumstances, thank you for the info!

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