If you’re looking for legitimate work at home jobs, one easy and quick way is to join job boards where thousands of job leads get posted regularly. Here are quick links that I’ve put together to make it easy for you.
But before I share, I’d like to first advise you to always be diligent with your findings. Before applying for any job, always make sure you first research the hiring company.
Refer back to the post titled 5 Crucial Things You Need to Know Before Starting Your Work at Home Journey.
This list may frequently be updated. So check it often.
Work at Home Job Boards
FlexJobs: FlexJobs is an online job search site that lists telecommunication jobs, part-time jobs, and other flexible jobs. The job posted are hand-picked to avoid scams and make the experience of searchers short and smooth. FlexJobs is a member of the BBB (Better Business Bureau) and is rated A+ (98% customer rating). This is not a free job board. It is $14.95/month.
Indeed: Indeed is a job search site with thousands of jobs posted from around the world. Seekers add their resumes/CVs on their profiles and can easily apply for jobs at the click of a button. Hiring companies can also see seekers resumes and contact them if they seem like good candidates.
ProBlogger Jobs: ProBlogger is a blog where you will find lots of tips about blogging. There’s also a job tab where you will find writing jobs opportunities.
Fiverr: Fiverr is a freelance site where people offer their service starting from $5. You can increase the price of your service, but just keep in mind that the competition would be fierce because of the number of people willing to do the same job for $5. Remember, many people understand that you get what you pay for, so don’t be afraid to rightfully increase the rate of your service. It is free to join and use, but Fiverr takes a percentage of payments freelancers receive from clients.
Guru: Guru is also a freelancing site where many independent professionals work with employers from around the world. Freelancers fill out their profiles and bid (limited free number of bids/month) on jobs posted by employers or employers search for freelancers. Freelancers can purchase extra bids if their free bids run out. Guru regularly emails freelancers with job matches based on the information provided on the profile. It is free to join and use, but Guru takes a percentage of payments freelancers receive from clients.
Freelancer: Freelancer is an online job search where freelancers bid on jobs posted by employers, business, and other professionals. Once a bid is accepted and you’re hired for the task, you receive a payment after completion and satisfaction from your client. It is free the bid but Freelancer takes a percentage of payments freelancers receive from clients.
PeoplePerHour: People Per Hour is an online outsourcing platform where freelancers bid for jobs or tasks posted by businesses. Each post usually receives many bidders, so the potential client goes through the bids and chooses the freelancer he/she believer would be a better fit. Although the site is free to join, fees (percentage cut) apply once workers start making money.
TeachersPayTeachers: Teachers Pay Teachers is an online platform where educators sell their original printable resources. It is free to join, but a percentage of the money earned is taken by Teachers Pay Teachers.
I hope this list
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