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[26 Mar 2014 | No Comment | ]
5 Aspects of Legitimate Work From Home Jobs

Changes in the employment arena have pushed many people into opting to seek for legitimate work from home jobs. These works are usually freelance jobs. The problem is that these jobs have a lot of scammers who seek to rip innocent people off their money. However, there are specific sites that are known to have legitimate work from home jobs offers.
Working online from home has become very popular in this economy. With the increase in prices and the increased demand for high standards of living, people are seeking for legitimate …

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[29 Jan 2014 | No Comment | ]
5 Major Advantages of Legit Work From Home Jobs

If you have skills in any kind of job, then legit work from home jobs may be the best opportunities for you to make extra money and live a quality life. Many people have been able to find stable jobs from online working platforms such as http://www.genuinejobs.com/ . These platforms give you an opportunity to work straight from your home, at your own convenience. Additionally, there are numerous successful stories about people who have made it big from legit work from home jobs. Most of these people started small but the …

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[25 Dec 2013 | One Comment | ]
Real Work from Home Jobs: 5 Qualities Required To Make You Successful

We are aware of the enormous benefits of real work from home jobs. Working from home makes a lot of sense because it helps to significantly bring down the percentage of the unemployed in every country where internet is not a crime. It is also a good source of income and has brought smiles and hope to many families in time of troubles.
However, there are a few things you wouldn’t like about it. It is not that simple, the competition is so fierce because some believe they have no choice, …

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[30 Oct 2013 | 2 Comments | ]
How to Land the First Job

You are a graduate and it is high time to move to the next staging post of your life, and instead of sitting on the parents’ coach you want to live alone and satisfy your needs by yourself. However, the getting of your first job is not so easy to do. You are young and inexperienced, and these points of your CV won’t bring you the wanted result. However, it doesn’t mean that you are not able to find the desired job, it means that you should concentrate on your …

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[22 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
How To Survive Working From Home The First 60 Days.

If you’re new to working from home or you’ve never tried telecommuting on a part time basis, it’s very easy to fall into many of the pitfalls a work from home career can involve. Over the years I’ve perfected (strong word) what works for me and I do hope you can use the following 8 tips to better approach your work at home job. The idea is to review these tips and use them to formulate a system or schedule which will work for you.
1. Stick to your schedule or …

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[1 May 2012 | 3 Comments | ]
Top 10 Work At Home Jobs.

If you were to guess what the top work at home jobs are, what would you think? The internet would have us believe it would be data entry or some sort of crafting job. After-all, those are the ads we’re bombarded with as we make our way through the difficult task of finding the perfect work at home job. Over the years I’ve seen the rise of quality programming and freelance writing jobs, but I too was surprised when I took a peek at the results of a recent survey.
So …

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[3 Apr 2012 | No Comment | ]
Are You Ready To Be Virtual Worker?

I knew the numbers where high but I didn’t expect what I read about the trend towards being a virtual worker. In a recent survey it’s was discovered that by the year 2020 two thirds of the global work force will be employed in some form or the other, virtually. Thanks to advancements in virtualization, telecommuting has become more productive and more profitable. I know from experience that virtual workers are in high demand and in a recent article I did I shared some tips for employers who were looking …

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[27 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]
Three Organizational Tips for Working from Home.

If you work from home, you know how important it is to maintain high levels of productivity, whether you’re a freelancer working for yourself or a telecommuter who must still answer to a supervisor. Working from home, despite the myth, is actually not always easy and relaxed. In fact, working from home can create even more distractions than working in an office. Therefore, it’s important for people who work from home to limit as many of the distractions as possible. One of the easiest ways to do this is to …

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[20 Dec 2010 | One Comment | ]
How to find free time to work when you work from home and have kids.

Working from home does have it’s benefits, but one thing any mom who works from home (or dad) will tell you is that finding time to work while the children are home, can be difficult. Over the last 12 years I’ve had to deal with our daughters being home during every school break, especially the two long months they get off for summer. If I didn’t have a plan in place during these breaks, I don’t know how I would cope or get any real work accomplished. In this episode …

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[14 Dec 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
Why it’s important to follow up with the hiring employer.

To land the job of your dreams you must first get your feet in the door, and this usually means convincing the employer to give you an interview. To enhance you chances at getting an interview, it’s very important that you follow up with the employer a few days after you send in your job application. In this video I’ll explain why the follow up process is so important, how to follow up with the employer and how to deal with the “don’t call us, we’ll call you” stance by …