Ok so you want to go to the internet and find a better paying or a home job. Here are the top 5 legit home jobs you can do on the internet.
eJury.com - what you do is you take an oath to become an e-juror. The website is law firms "trying our their case", where it used to be focus groups, but now this is an online home job. You review their case and you give a "verdict" saying I will give this amount. The firms will listen to this review and it helps them make a determination about their case. They pay from $5 to $10 a case and it may take you from half an hour to an hour to complete it. The downside is, you never know when you will get called to be a juror. So this is not bankable income but it is a good source of extra income, maybe to supplement paying for your internet access, or cell phone bill.
Seed.com - a site making money where you can be a photographer, photojournalist, write, or blog. Where renowned journalists have basically put out a casting call for written content and photography. When you go to the site the assignments are right there to see and there are no shortage of assignments. Many of them are simple, but the catch is, you must produce high quality content. They will only accept the best and that's when you get paid. They do however offer some training and learning opportunities to learn the tricks of the trades so you can produce what they want. If you are good then there is a lot of money to be made.
ChaCha.com - is the website for all of you online researchers. The site has over a million questions a day, so the people answering the questions are called guides. You will be giving the results of the inquiries from the moment you clock in. There are people making hundreds of dollars a month so this is an excellent home job to make extra income.
VIPdesk.com - is customer service from remote locations. This is the way the customer service industry is headed, where it will be home job workers, home based contractors. There are several large customer service based companies who are associated with VIPdesk who need workers but are willing to allow them to work where they are comfortable. They pay about $10-$12 an hour. It is a plus if you are bilingual.
Elance.com - freelancer jobs you get based on proposals. There are thousands of projects ready to go and if you have your proposal accepted, you can make part time or even full time money.
There are some red flags to look out for when searching for an online home job. If you have to purchase something upfront, sort of a get ready kit, then you may want to be cautious. This does not apply with everyone, as you know its important to have the right equipment, software, etc. and if you don't have it then you will need to purchase it in order to do the job. Some companies are more specific than others.
If a company asks for detailed or personal and financial information, this is a red flag. Yes you will need to provide some information but the best advice is to go to the site, instead of just responding to an email that has been pushed to you.
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