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real work at home jobs?

Ok I'm a single mom of 3 and I barely bring in 600 a month working full time. I've looked and looked for a better paying job and yet to find one. If I can't find something fast we're gonna go under and I just don't know what to do. Do any of you know of a real legit work at home job that pays decently and not something that I'd have to fork out money for because obviously I just don't have it.

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tmama3

Asked by tmama3 at 2:20 AM on Jan. 29, 2009 in Money & Work

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  • I'm taking registrations for several companies looking for telecommuters and ‘home workers'. You can work p/t or f/t for all the places I have listed. I'm also registered with all of the companies and know they are legitimate. Please look at the Top 5 free ways to earn at home at http://www.freewebs.com/free2workathome/

    customcat2000

    Answer by customcat2000 at 9:06 AM on Jan. 29, 2009

  • Honestly, when it comes to a legit job where you work at home and earn an actual paycheck it's really hard to find. Typicaly the "jobs" are only given to those who have worked with a company for several years and can manage to do the bulk of their work at home and only go to the office once a week or so. Direct selling companies like tupperware, avon, and the countless others are really difficult to make full time money on. Mainly because so many people sell them already and friends and family can only buy so much. Not to mention you may very well end up spending most of the little profit you make on samples and business tools. I used to sell on eBay for years. At my peek I was making $300 in profit a week. Then with the economy going down and down it went down to $50 and I closed my eBay store after several years and got a part time job instead. So finding a full time job staying at home is really difficult!
    Mom2Jack04

    Answer by Mom2Jack04 at 11:11 AM on Jan. 29, 2009

  • I have a WAH job that can cost you as little as $5 per month if you are interested. Sign up is free for 30 days; the company is called DiamondCreek Candles. The commissions are great and the company's products are beautiful. Upon sign up the company will give you your own web site to advertise; the stuff pretty much sells itself. Here is the link if you are interested.

    http://www.diamondcreekcandles.com/consultants/uid/staci1228
    Jerseymom1228

    Answer by Jerseymom1228 at 11:28 AM on Jan. 29, 2009

  • Make $$ and cut your grocery bill in half!!!!

    I am a distributor for The Gourmet Cupboard. Even when times are tough and people can't afford 'nonessentials' they are going to buy food. Our products are all quality, homemade foods. You can do home shows, craft fairs, farmers markets, retail, baskets, websales, or just sell to friends and family and enjoy your discount.

    Contact me for more info.
    Karli Land
    karlisemail@yahoo.com
    706-204-8914
    KarliLand

    Answer by KarliLand at 11:43 AM on Jan. 29, 2009

  • I can share some ways with you. Send me a message. I have my own business www.igotminefree.com (1k a month), plus, i make $400 everytime I refer someone to Drake U, that alone is $800 a week. && I am only 19.... Numerous ways to earn cash... If you put some thought into.

    L. Rockamore
    229-412-2152
    rockamore1

    Answer by rockamore1 at 2:48 PM on Jan. 29, 2009

  • Well, I have put together a website that might be perfect for you! What I have done is create a place for your to find unique ideas for businesses you can start right now, if you want! You could start work in the morning if you want! My website is www.stuffformoms.info. This website is divided into sections.. the first page being the ideas for your business. Now what makes this unique is that I have created links back to my very own personal businesses so you can see just how easy it is to start. My business links are Virtual Assistant, Advertising Service and Errand Service. Feel free to use these as examples if you wish! The next section is my Freelance jobs links. You can make a business out of doing freelance jobs as well!

    pupmom

    Answer by pupmom at 5:50 PM on Jan. 29, 2009

  • AVON “TRY IT” KIT
    Welcome to incredible opportunity! Here at Avon millions of women
    are making their dreams come true. This little starter kit is
    designed to give you a taste of success. As you discover how easy
    it is to gather orders, especially at holiday time, we know you will
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    HERE ARE YOUR FIRST THREE STEPS…
    1. Show Brochure and Get Orders:
    How do you do that? Simply show your Avon brochures to:
    1. Friends 2. Family 3. Neighbors 4. Co-Workers, and anyone
    you think might like to buy Avon Products. Then ask them
    to place an order with you.
    2. Gather and Write Up the Orders:
    Write each individual order in your easy to use order book.
    Add the 75-cent process charge, then the tax. 3.
    E-mail: ladyen7@hotmail.com www.youravon.com/esthernelson
    When you call we will take care of making those orders
    arrive right at your doorstep. It’
    beautyofAvonjob

    Answer by beautyofAvonjob at 12:33 AM on Jan. 30, 2009

  • Try www.arise.com & www.workingsol.com for WORK at home opprs. They have opps. but sometimes put you on a waiting list till something comes available. You can also try wahm.com they have info. on LEGIT opps & tell you which are the scams to stay away from. I have my own home business w/ Ameriplan. If you would like more info. on anything let me know. I can help direct you to something.
    owalker

    Answer by owalker at 11:36 AM on Jan. 31, 2009

  • If you love Dove Chocolate and direct sales/party plan style businesses, you should check out my company...http://www.DoveChocolateDiscoveries.com/carrie Kit cost is low.


    I have a Squidoo site: Dove Chocolate Tasting Party Headquarters that has lots of info about the company, the chocolate products we market, my experiences with Dove, etc. If you don't at least "like chocolate" then find a company that has products that you do like because work at home businesses are where it's at in good times and bad.

    CarrieGeyer

    Answer by CarrieGeyer at 1:29 PM on Feb. 1, 2009

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