May 24, 2008,
K.J. asks from Manhattan Beach, CA on March 02, 2008
Looking for Non-Sales Work at Home
I've been looking around for work-from-home opportunities and have found that most of them involve some type of sales which is not what I want. I am also very wary about the validity of many of the opportunities found on the Internet. Does anyone have any suggestions for a mom of two (ages 5 & 7) with strong computer, administrative, and organizational skills? Thank you!
E.S. answers from Los Angeles on May 24, 2008
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I.H. answers from Los Angeles on March 02, 2008
I work from home as a partner with a 22 year old Inc. 500 wellness company. I am also a single mom of a wonderful 4 year old named Noah - who's swinging a "magna doddle" as we speak. LOL!
I have been with the company for almost 4 years and have been working my business CONSISTENTLY for about 1 1/2 years. The best part about my daily duties is: I don't sell anything, I have no inventory and I don't have to make deliveries. The company does all of that for me. All I do is help people set up accounts and I get paid reliable/residual. Nice!
I would love to share more with you. We have something convenient for you to hear and see about the company called a "live daily webcast." So from the comfort of your home, you can learn about the business and build it. There are a number of availabilities throughout the week, but if you are available today @ about 5:30, we could chat a bit and I can give you the login info to learn a little more. The presentation starts at 6. It's about 30 minutes.
If you're serious...give me a call.
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M.P. answers from Los Angeles on April 19, 2008
My name is M. and I too was not sure what I wanted to do until I came accross this website check it out. http://www.sitesell.com/Maria37.html
There are lots of jobs you can do from home, most of them are Multi level marketing home business. MLM home business can be succesful if you know how to market, so before joining any company I would recommend for you to do some research. Here are some websites for you to check out. They are companies I currently work for from home.
Best of luck if you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me by e-mail or by phone ###-###-####.
S.S. answers from San Francisco on March 02, 2008
If you are interested in concierge work you should check out VIPDesk.com. If you'd like to do legitimate market research (in person-not the scammy stuff you find on-line)check out http://southbayparentsonline.com/2007/12/06/earn-extra-mo.... There are some legitimate call center jobs you can do from home. If you're interested I'd check Monster.com. United Concordia Insurance hires at-home call takers. Before you take any at-home position check out this must-read article: http://www.frugalparentsonline.com/Avoid_Work-at-Home_Sca.... Finally, for an in-depth collection of work-at-home information go to: http://www.frugalparentsonline.com/Avoid_Work-at-Home_Sca.... Best wishes to you in your search!