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Employment Opportunities At Home
Question by : Where are there work from home employment opportunities?
I really have a strong desire to work from home. I simply can not take working for my company any longer. I am sick of the workload and the pay. I am looking for real work from home employment opportunities. Any ideas?
Answer by Troy
First thing you’ll want to do is figure out what type of home employment you want to do whether it be selling on ebay, photography, woodworking, or starting your own e-commerce website. If you have a product(s) to sell or an idea for a product to sell then I’d recommend an e-commerce website. Even if you don’t have your own product(s) to sell you can always use affiliate marketing (selling other peoples product(s)) via your own website. Be wary of those promising to make you rich overnight because it’s not going to happen and they are most likely scams.
Whatever you decide, good luck.
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Image by Caro Wallis
Well, on Wednesday, I drove ninety-five miles to Norwich for an interview and, because it was raining, drove ninety-five miles back home again immediately afterwards. It was exhausting. And you know what? They didn’t even offer me the job. B******s. It seems I really need to get some experience in managing people and teams, but it’s very difficult when you’re not in a position to be able to find those kind of opportunities, both in my current job and when applying for jobs where they aren’t willing to make the effort to train the right candidate. Ah well. Photographically speaking, I really like how this came out in the processing! 🙂 I know I should have documented my trip to Norwich by taking a photo whilst I was actually there, but I really wanted to be in and out. I did get the sweets from Norwich Morrison’s though. I’ve been wanting to use them in a photo for ages and my local Morrison’s at home don’t stock them. So, it turns out it wasn’t an entirely wasted journey!
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There are a number of legitimate work at home jobs, but all those you see advertised online where you have to pay a fee to join, are nothing but scams. You would never get anything for your money.
Legitimate work at home jobs would be in such areas as telemarketing, customer service, collections, website design, graphics work, database entry, script writing, article writing, proof reading, editing, etc., etc., etc. Those jobs will not normally be advertised online other that at well-known and respected job sites or on the company’s own website. Nor will there ever be any fee involved to apply for the job. Nor will there ever be a fee to pay before you start work.
Applying for such a job will be identical to applying for any other job. No one will hire you without first seeing a copy of your resume, or by having you complete their online job application. My advice would be to research every company before you apply to them for a job. Make certain that the company is indeed legit. And above all, know this. If any company ever tries to charge you a fee to apply, before actually starting a job, or at any other time, it is a Scam! No exception!
Nice use of materials to make the shot Caro, loving the purple!
Sorry you didn’t get the job tho 🙁
Bummer. At least they informed you, though regretfully. I’ve been on so many interviews where there was absolutely no follow-up.
Love the sweet three dimensional quality of the lettering.
Sorry about the job. Better luck next time! 🙂
(Spied on your photo stream)
Bad luck with the job – maybe the next one… Good work with the sweets though – like the shadows. Did you post two As, a B, a D, an R, two Ss and a T to the Norwich people?
Aww, thanks for your compliments and commiserations everyone. And that is a hilarious idea, shaggy359, but sadly (and perhaps just as well) I’ve eaten them all now 😉
Shame about the job, especially when you travelled a long way. Great shot, love the colour.
Used to illustrate the article All in a day’s work: How not to get butchered at an interview.. Thanks for sharing with the commons!
Nice photo! I’ve included it (with attribution at the bottom) in this blog post. Thanks!
Really like the photo, very well done. I used it in my blog as an illustration and of course linked back to you. Here’s the article: http://www.horndasch.net/2011/08/auswahlgespraeche-an-hochschule...
Kudos for your beautiful work Caro Wallis. We used it in our comical story: Rejecting Rejection. Thank you for sharing.