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Many people see working at home as the holy grail of job perks. And thanks to the Internet, it's totally possible. Whether you want a full-time job or just want to make a little extra money on the side, the options are there if you know where to look.
I should warn you now that "working from home" and "online jobs" do not translate to "get rich quick." Always be extremely skeptical of jobs that promise a fortune for very little work. They're almost guaranteed to be scams.
Here are some more quick guidelines to avoid scams while looking for jobs online:
A home agent is a catchall term that includes tasks like phone sales, market research, customer service and tech support. In other words, it's any job that you would normally do in a large call center with hundreds of other people, but you do it from home.
You can find home agent jobs listed on regular job boards like Indeed.com, Monster.com and others. Or you can go right to the source with dedicated home agent companies like Convergys, TeleTech and Sitel. These companies generally treat you as an employee with regular hours and health benefits, but if you want to be an independent contractor, check out a site like LiveOps.
If you don't mind stepping out of your home occasionally, you can sign up with a service like TaskRabbit. This helps you find and get paid for doing small jobs near your home, like walking dogs, picking up groceries and making small repairs.Freelancer
For those skilled in creative or technical areas like graphic design, video and image editing, writing or programming, you can try the life of a freelancer. There are plenty of job boards expressly for freelancers and people who want to hire them.
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