How do you know if a work at home offer is legitimate? In today’s economic climate many people could be asking that question. In addition to this list here are a few more sites that present work at home options. Every couple of weeks I will post a handful of different work at home ideas.
WAHM.com was started by Cheryl Demas in the 1990’s as a home business to help others find legitimate telecommuting work. Her site offers advice, work at home job listings, message boards and more. A great resource.
Arise – They “offer the certification courses you need to become an Arise Certified Professional, which signifies that you have the basic skills and knowledge to be a customer interaction specialist. As an employee of your Virtual Services Corporation, once you are certified as an Arise Certified Professional, you choose which clients to serve, when you work, and how many hours each week to work.” They offer opportunities in customer service, sales and tech support.
Solo Gig – “Sologig is the niche community where top contractors and consultants connect with those quality employers looking to fill contract and consulting positions quickly and efficiently.” Their employer categories include engineering, creative, law, clinical, sales, finance and IT.
Mountain West Processing – As of this writing they have transcription openings. They also note that all editors are promoted internally and that they currently have no research openings.