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Huge List of Work-at-Home Jobs by Location

Huge List of Work-at-Home Jobs by LocationBy Holly Reisem Hanna

Each week we post new, work-at-home job leads on the website, via our social media channels, and in our newsletter. While  many people are able to find jobs that suit their needs through these listings … there is ONE complaint that I receive over and over again. And that is … “Why isn’t this job available in my state?!”

There are many reasons why certain jobs are not available in all states; ranging from state regulations in regards to Independent Business Owner (IBO) status and release of information, to cost effectiveness, efficiency, taxation issues, and location-based training requirements. So to help fast-track your work-at-home search we’ve complied a list of work-at-home jobs by location.

After exploring this list — if you still can’t find a work-at-home job in your neck of the woods, I highly suggest checking out FlexJobs. Not only do they screen all of their jobs for legitimacy, but you can also search for telecommuting jobs by state or country. They also have a great list of Anywhere in the World Telecommuting Jobs!

Please note while all listings are believed to be correct, you will need to verify the information, as requirements change and sometimes information on websites is outdated. (more…)

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Top Jobs for People Who Hate People

Top Jobs for People Who Hate People By Emily Belcher

In order to survive in todays’ world, one must have an income. In order to have an income, that means you’re going to have to find a job. Sadly, almost all jobs require some form of human interaction. Whether you’re writing a book or flipping a burger, it all goes to please another human being: like it or not.

For some of us, the thought of face-to-face contact is so treacherous that is can make us physically ill. Everyone wants to put a label on everything and more often than not, we’re termed as “anti-social” or “introverted”. I’m okay with whatever you want to call it, but I’m not okay with saying that it’s an actual problem. Some people just like to be alone and luckily, there are plenty of ways for us to make a living solo.

After doing some research on the matter, I’ve come up with a list of jobs that sound like they’d be suitable for people who hate working with other people. These are only suggestions. There is no guarantee that any of these would actually be suitable for you personally.

Freelance Writer

Freelance writing could be a great job for someone who hates dealing with people. However, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you would be successful. Writing is an art, which as we know is one of the most challenging fields there are to date. (more…)

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8 Fun Jobs for Outdoor Enthusiasts – No College Degree Needed!

8 Fun Jobs for Outdoor Enthusiasts - No College Degree Needed!By Holly Reisem Hanna

Is your day job sucking the life and soul of out you? Do you dream of a career where you have the freedom to work outdoors — but you don’t have a degree in oceanography, zoology, or landscape architecture?

No problem! If you’re ready to escape the cube, you’re in luck.

Here are 8 fun and unique jobs that let you work outside.

1. Kid’s Swim Instructor 

Do you enjoy being outdoors? Do you enjoy teaching? Then perhaps being a children’s swim instructor is your calling. Infant Swimming Resource (ISR) offers a home business opportunity where you can train for a career as survival swim instructor for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. Teaching a baby or child with this method take 3 – 5 weeks. Lessons are generally given Monday through Friday, with each session being 10 minutes in length. ISR lessons cost $85.00 a week; so if you had 10 students your weekly earnings would be $850 per week.

2. Local Tour Guide with Vayable 

Do you love history? Do you have an extensive knowledge of your city or cool things to do around town? Then maybe being a local tour guide through Vayable can get you outside. Vayable Insiders make money by creating unique experiences for groups of people. Some of the top guides charge $175 per person for a 3 hour tour. Give your tour once a day, 5 days a week, and you could earn $4,375 with just 5 attendees on each tour — not bad! (more…)

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How to Figure out What Work at Home Job Is Right for You

How to Figure Out What Work at Home Job is Right for YouBy Holly Reisem Hanna

When I started looking for a work at home job – I didn’t care what the job entailed. I just knew that I needed to make some money and I wanted to be at home with my daughter.

I searched online, checked out the wants ads, and even asked past employers if there was ANYTHING that I could do for them. I was willing to do data entry, make phone calls, complete research, run errands, anything … I was desperate! Unfortunately, desperation is often what leads to scams. And I came across a ton of them.

When you’re looking for a work at home job you need to be clear in your intent; meaning you need to slow down and take inventory before you begin your search. What are your passions, skills, and prior experience? Do you need health insurance? Do you need a flexible schedule or can you commit to regular day-time hours? When you cast your net too wide, you fail to find the right job for you, because your search is not targeted.

To assist you on your work at home journey, here are 7 common work at home themes, companies, jobs, and ideas that will fast-track your search.

I Need a Work at Home Gig with Zero Startup Fees

You hear this all the time — you should never have to pay for a work at home job. And for the most part this is true … however many companies that hire remote workers, do require potential employees to pay for things like criminal background checks, drug screens, credit checks, and training manuals. (more…)

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10 Work at Home Jobs for People Who Love Kids

10 Work at Home Jobs for People Who Love KidsBy Holly Reisem Hanna

Do you love working with children, but don’t want to work in a school, pediatrician’s office, or daycare? No problem.

Today there are lots of diverse opportunities that women can do from home. So if you’ve been looking for a money-making gig that involves children — here are 10 different careers to consider.

1. Tutoring and Teaching

Do you have an extensive knowledge of a certain subject, a positive attitude, a passion to help others, and you enjoy working with children? Then teaching or tutoring may be the perfect home-based career for you. For most telecommuting positions you will need to be a certified teacher, but there are some areas, like foreign languages, music, and art that do not require certification.

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