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20 Work at Home Companies with an A+ Rating on the BBB Website

20 Work at Home Companies with an A+ Rating on the BBB Website By Holly Reisem Hanna

When you’re searching for a work at home job you’re bombarded with information, that often it’s difficult to decipher what’s legit and what’s not. While I can offer advice on scam prevention and where to find  legitimate work at home jobs postings, there is still an element of uncertainty.

To help take some of this uncertainty out of your job search, I’ve put together a list of 20 work at home companies that have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

1. Appen Butler Hill

Hires search engine evaluators to provide feedback on Internet search results. This part-time telecommuting opportunity is open to both US and International residents. Average pay is $14 an hour.

2. Atena

Hires nurses to work from home (telework) in case management, pre-certification, and as nurse consultants. Candidates must have their RN license.

3. Computer Assistant

Hires remote technicians to provide tech support for a variety of companies. (more…)

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4 Ways My Blog Landed Me Great Paying Jobs

4 Ways My Blog Landed Me Great Paying JobsBy Allie Irish

I have blogged for 4 years now. I had hoped to reach some kind of great fame (and money) by now, but most days, I just have a sore back and eye strain.

Sure, my blog’s been read by a few thousand people. And there were times I made some extra cash. But, I do need to confess, it did end up being a hobby for me – until just a month ago.

What changed?

I started looking for work, I needed a paying job. Surprisingly, my blog is helping me land some good paying gigs.

How Did My Blog Get Me Work?

To many outsiders blogging is silly. It’s the “mommy blogs” or people talking about their pets or posting silly memes. But to a blogger, blogging is a serious job (even if unpaid). (more…)

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How These Women Created Their Own Work at Home Jobs

How These Women Created Their Own Work at Home JobsBy Holly Reisem Hanna

Do you need a dose of inspiration? Check out these amazing women’s entrepreneurial success stories on how they got started working from home and pursuing their dreams of self-employment; it will give you the motivation and strength that you need to get started!

If you would like to be featured, as one of our work-at-home, entrepreneurial success stories, please submit your application here for consideration.

Sarah Edwards – Author and PhD Ecopsychologist

Sarah Edwards and her husband, Paul co-author “Working from Home”, “Secrets of Self Employment”, and “Finding Your Perfect Work” along with 14 other lifestyle and career change books. Sarah started working from home in 1974 as a Psychotherapist after leaving her full time position as Social Services Specialist for the Head Start Program.

Sarah learned about working from home in the early 70′s, when she met with an outside consultant for the Head Start Program; during this meeting she discovered that her colleague’s office was based in the home, and immediately she thought to herself, “This is for me”! During this time it was nearly unheard of to work from home, but encountered with rarely seeing her husband and her young son during daylight hours, Sarah implemented a plan to become a work at home mom and wife.

After completing her master’s degree, Sarah quit her full time job as a Social Services Specialist and opened a Private Psychotherapy Practice in her home. (more…)

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10 Work at Home Jobs That Don’t Require Being on the Phone

10 Work at Home Jobs That Don’t Require Being on the PhoneBy Holly Reisem Hanna

Dear Work at Home Woman,

Is there anything non-phone related that’s legitimate? I currently work for a call center and hate constantly being on the phone!

Thanks, Hope

Hi Hope – I know where you’re coming from. I used to be a prior authorization nurse for Medicaid. I was on the phone all day approving nursing visits and medical equipment. Not only was it exhausting, but it made me want to crawl into a cave at the end of the day. Fortunately, there are lots of jobs that you can do from home without having to be on the phone.

Here are 10 different types of work and respective companies that hire telecommuters.

Good luck and keep us posted on your work at home journey.

Bookkeeping and Accounting:

If numbers and organization excite you, then bookkeeping may be right up your alley. Help business owners organize and input their monthly income and expenses. Some of these companies do require experience or an accounting degree to apply, check them out for more details. (more…)

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Why Earning Money Trumps Saving Money

Why Earning Money Trumps Saving MoneyBy Emily Belcher

Have you ever thought that saving money could be a waste of time? That question may sound ridiculous at first but I can confirm that there are times when too much time is spent by cutting costs. Simply put, you can’t save money if you don’t have any to begin with.

Take extreme couponing, for example. After I had my son, I desperately wanted to stay at home with him. However, I went back to my nursing job part-time. I knew that my part-time employment was not going to make ends meet financially so I decided to give coupons a try.

I watched a few episodes of TLC’s Extreme Couponing. Okay… Maybe I watched a whole season of the addicting reality show. I remember a few of the women claiming that they were able to quit their full-time jobs because of their couponing. One even claimed that couponing enabled her to purchase a brand new SUV. As great as it sounds, it just isn’t possible. (more…)

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