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The Best Work-at-Home Jobs When You Live in a Small Town

The Best Work-at-Home Jobs When You Live in a Small TownBy Kimi Clark

When you live in a small town, it can be hard to find a job, period. That’s one reason working from home has become so popular. (And because it’s awesome!)

But just what are the best work-at-home gigs in a small town? Of course, you’ll want to do your own research, but here’s a list to get you started.

Find a Remote Job.

One complaint I constantly hear is … “Why isn’t this work-at-home gig 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.

To help fast-track your job search here are some nationwide companies that hire remote Customer Service Reps:

Concentrix is a leading global company that supports some of the world’s best brands. If you are organized, independent, disciplined, personable, effective at communicating and focused, then you might be a good fit to become a Product Support Advisor for Concentrix. (more…)

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How to Know if That Potential Work From Home Job is a Scam

How to Know if That Potential Work From Home Job is a ScamBy Kimi Clark

Maybe you desperately want to find a work from home job that will allow you to leave the rat race and be more present for your family. But with all the scams out there, how do you know if the job you’re applying for is a scam?

While the internet makes it easier to find the good stuff, unfortunately, it also brings out the crud in people (and businesses!) You should always make sure you know exactly what you’re getting into to avoid any horrible mistakes, possibly significant ones.

Here are a few things you should know to steer clear of red flags and avoid the scams:

Never Pay For A Job.

If the company asks you for money upfront, don’t fall for it, it’s most likely a scam. Now I’m not talking about a direct sales business where you have to invest in a startup kit or materials to get started, but a work-at-home position with an established company should never ask you to pay them to begin working for them. The chances of you ever seeing your money back are pretty non-existent.

Watch What Google Says.

Always do your due diligence and research a potential employer before beginning work. Look at reviews, and even type in the company name with the word ‘scam’ after and see what comes up. Chances are if you find several scam posts about them on Google — you’d better watch out! (more…)

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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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Home Business Success: Increase Your Income by Taking on Home-Based Jobs

Increase Your Income by Taking on Home-Based JobsBy Angie Nelson

In the last few years, the number of people who earn their primary income by taking on home-based jobs has been steadily increasing. Some decide to start their own business from home so they can cut back on travel expenses, while others choose to take on home-based jobs so they can spend more time with their families. Regardless of the reason, many people are finding success in running their own home business. According to Entrepreneur Magazine, home-based businesses generate around $427 billion in annual revenue, and the Home-Based Business Institute estimates that 70% of home-based businesses last for over a period of three years.

Advantages of Working from Home

There are so many things you can gain from being a home-based worker, beginning with the huge amount you can save on commuting expenses, office attire, and other expenses related to traditional office-based careers. Complete control of your own time is another major advantage of working from home. You get to spend more quality time with your family and you can also manage the household much more effectively. With work-at-home options, married couples won’t need to decide who goes to work and who stays at home because now, both can contribute to the household income regardless of where they are. (more…)

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