7 Free Work at House Jobs

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Free work at home jobs are all over the internet. You just have to do a bit of looking and get yourself a polished resume. Below are 7 free work at home jobs. Some are for anyone, as they don’t require experience. Others do require previous experience and training.

1. Web work to fill out forms:

This free work at home job is considered data entry work. You fill out free offer forms of various products and services online. You set your own hours and determine how much you want to make each day. This is based on the amount and type of offer forms you fill out and not by your hours. Since you decide what type of offers you would like to fill, this is a very flexible opportunity and the work can be done anywhere as long as you have access to the Internet.

Depending on the difficulty of data entry, of the offer forms required, you will get paid anywhere from .50 cents to $25.00 per form. You are paid monthly via check or paypal.com.

2. Online Survey Takers:

Market Research companies search for several individuals of various ethnic backgrounds, age, race and sexes to participate in paid online questionnaires. For many, there are no fees associated with the opportunity. If you can dedicate 2-3 hours per week and have access to email then this free work at home job may be perfect. Pay will vary depending on the length of the questionnaire. However, in addition to receiving payments for participating in the online questionnaires, you also have the option of getting paid for referring people to do the same.

3. Work At Home Reservations & Service Specialists:

As a part-time telecommuter, work at home team member you would perform the same role as on-site reservations and services specialists. You will receive inbound calls from people across the country and assist them in making reservations for hotels and resorts. You will use the most modern technology available while working from your home office. Available work hours will vary based on business needs. The best candidate for this free work at home job would have prior experience.

4. Medical Transcriptionists Editor:

Many healthcare companies seek voice recognition editors experienced with the eScription platform. If you are qualified, or are willing to get the training, than being a medical transcriptionist is a great free work at home job to look into. Numerous companies offer competitive line rates and a comprehensive benefits package that includes health, dental, optical, life, long-term and short-term disability insurance as well as a 401k plan. This type of free work at home job takes some hunting but it’s worth it. Candidates can earn 40,000 and up working from home.

5. Blogger:

If you’re a writer, this is a free work at home job you should consider. Many Bloggs are looking for established, freelance writers to provide content for their blog niche. Qualified applicants are HTML literate, and able to incorporate additional content such as graphics and video into their work.

6. Blogger2:

Start your own blog. Instead of writing for someone, set up a free blog and blog about something you have an interest in. Supply your blog with affiliate links and Google AdSense and your little blog will be a big money maker. Countless web based businesses choose this avenue for their free work at home job

7. Online Advertising Specialist:

Several websites that have built a strong readership seek to utilize their strong content to build an advertising base and are looking for advertising specialists to work at home part time to sell ads for newsletters and online community. The candidate is responsible for developing lists of sources and prospects, and selling ads for ezines and blogs. Compensation is mostly commission based. You must have previous advertising experience, be self reliant and motivated to do this free work at home job.


Source by Jeff Casmer

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