Y.L. asks from San Antonio, TX on December 06, 2010
C.A. answers from Atlanta on December 07, 2010
Stay away from any company that requires you to fork out money....usually it isn't worth it or worse yet a scam. Go and get Dave Ramsey's book "A Total Money Makeover" it will change your way of thinking and your life!
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T.F. answers from Dallas on December 07, 2010
Keep in mind....you don't pay to work for someone. If you are asked to pay for ANYTHING...........RUN. This includes some MLM's which require investments, recruiting and selling.
Check out temp companies to see if they have something available in your area of expertise. Get creative and think outside the box.
S.H. answers from Honolulu on December 06, 2010
You could babysit, dog sit, pet walk etc.
They you don't have to give money to anyone.... to earn money.
S.A. answers from Cheyenne on December 07, 2010
I watch my friends baby 2 days a week. I am home with my little one any way, and with a lack of part time daycare where we live it all works out. SHe is happy knowing she is living her little guy with someone she trusts and I make a little pocket money. I know 60-70 bucks a week dosnt sound like much, but my husband and I put the money in a christmas pot, and was able to pay for our christmas with that. THAT has helps alot by not adding to our credit debt. It something to think about any way
B.M. answers from Allentown on December 07, 2010
I looked for a long time as well- and was looking into data entry- since I am a somewhat speedy typer. But I couldn't find anything along those lines- I was able to work from home with my prior company- I was a salesperson, so when I wasn't on the road or on appointments I was able to utilize my home office, but still had to put in daytime hours- which even with one child- was difficult. So now that I have 2, there was no way. I was offered to do sales support- checking drawings/writing proposals and such which I could do evenings and nights- maybe you could find a company that you could do something like that? I was also asked to be an answering service for a small plumbing company. But I had to be available 24/7 to answer the phone and schedule appointments.
Instead, I chose to start my own home business, teaming up with a legit company with good references. It works for me, I can work around my kids schedules and not a big deal to have kid backround noise. :) Hope you are able to find something that works for you as well! There is nothing as free or liberating as setting your own hours, being there for your kids, AND contributing to the household monetarily!
M.P. answers from Pittsburgh on December 06, 2010
this article has links to companies that hire data ent: