4 Work at Home Websites

June 20, 2011 –

Wouldn’t working at home be a great idea?  Think of the time and fuel savings, not to mention schedule flexibility.  You are not alone.  Type in “work at home jobs” into Google and over 800 MILLION websites are found.  Many of these are bogus and designed only to make money for the site owner.

Homepreneurs attempts to present legitimate websites for work at home job listings, though we cannot conduct, guarantee or promise thorough research.  Here are 4 websites where we or people we know have found legitimate employment:

Craigslist.org – selecting your closest locale is the safest way to avoid fake or scam jobs

Sologig.com – enter “work at home” in the keyword box

Work at Home Moms – WAHM.com – go to the job tab and type in “work at home” in the keyword box

Careerbuilder.com – I typed in work at home jobs this evening: Over 21,000 jobs around the US were listed

Local newspapers – often have smaller, local, part-time, and work at home positions.  Remember to please do your research on the companies and positions.  If something sounds too good to be true…

**  Words of caution from Work at Home Moms web site  **

“Be careful out there … you should NEVER have to pay someone to work for them! There shouldn’t be any fees associated with the jobs listed here. Watch out for scams. If an employer asks for money, it’s a red flag. They’re supposed to pay you.”

Compiled by Dion D. Shaw

Dion Shaw is the founder and owner of Homepreneurs