I lost my job two (2) weeks ago and have had no luck getting another.
I'm 19 and have a 2 year old and many bills to pay please help.
Answer by BusinessMom123 at 5:37 PM on Sep. 23, 2008Credits: 14 Level 3
If you are looking for the security of a weekly paycheck at home the answer is YES. Unlike multi level marketing where you have to pay to work there, work at home jobs are like any other job - but with better benefits. You get to make your own hours, you don't have to sell, you don't have to push products on your friends and family, you don't have to build a team and best of all you receive pay for the first hour you work and every hour there after. There are many out there too. West at Home, Staff at Home, Overflow. CM doesn't allow enough room to post them all. Go to Works4Mom.com and click REAL Work @ Home Jobs for a complete list. NO Scams, NO MLM, NO Fees, NO Affiliates - just REAL JOBS.
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