Submit Photos to Shutterstock and make $$$!

If you are always snapping pictures Shutterstock wants your photos, and a great way to make some work at home dollars! Submit your photos to Shutterstock and get paid every time one of your photos is downloaded. Web designers, magazine editors, and other graphic artists purchase monthly subscriptions to Shutterstock to download photos from our site. Get your name out there as the true artist you are, and get your work at home job launched at the same time!

Shutterstock will pay you 25 cents every time one of your images is downloaded. Once you reach $500 in earnings, your commission goes up to 30 cents per download. If you love to do video they will pay you for that as well! Each time one of your clips is purchased, you receive a 30% commission on the sale. Stock clips are typically priced at $10 to $50 per clip.

Do you have a creative side? Try shutterstock, and get paid for that creativity...and make your work at home career in a way you never dreamed of! Read more...

Get Health Wisdom
Organized Wisdom is looking for work at home web designers!

They are a fast-growing Health 2.0 start-up looking for the very best people to immediately join our team. Founded by experienced Internet entrepreneurs Steven Krein and Unity Stoakes, the company is designed with a flexible, performance-based, "virtual" structure -- in other words, you can and should work from wherever you like - including working from home. By building a virtual company, we can bring on the very best talent no matter where they might live or want to work from. We want you to be happy, and focused on results instead of commuting. We want you to spend more time with your family or doing more whatever makes you happy by telecommuting. And we do everything we can to make sure our employees not only have great careers, but great lives.

You know, without any doubt, that you want to work in a fast-growing start-up and are happy working remotely. That means you are comfortable telecommuting, using video chat, instant messaging, and you love to be "online". Although we do have an office in New York City, we live and work primarily online and only want people who want to live and work online too!

Check out any of the Open Positions and send your resume and cover letter to, mentioning the job title in your subject line.

Please include your salary requirements and what inspired you to apply for this position. Please also include the names and contact information of 2-3 references. '

We're always looking for talent to add to our team.

If you're interested in joining us but our open positions aren't right for you, please email your resume to

Get your creative juices going, and help out a great cause by having a work at home career with Organized Wisdom! Read more...

Grindstone work at home career has some requirement you can view below! This telecommuting job likes to promote within!

You have kids at home during the day

You are only looking for customer service work and/or only have customer service experience

Only want to work inbound calls

Do not meet the below requirements

You do not have AT LEAST three years of Outbound Telemarketing or sales experience or three years of Appointment Setting/Lead Generation experience.

Requirements - We are seeking Talented "Outbound" Telemarkers only

3 years of successful Business to Business Appointment Setting or Direct Sales
Experience speaking with Business Owners, CEO's, Presidents and decision makers
Professional upbeat sounding telephone voice
A desire to interact with prospective customers with consultative selling approach
Ability to take direction and follow through
High-Speed Internet Access
AOL Instant Messenger
Microsoft Outlook
Anti-virus protection program
Unlimited Long Distance calling plan
Computer/Internet experience and skills


Recruiting and retaining the best talent is one of the keys to Grindstone's success. Our highest priority is to find and keep the best people, no matter where they may be!

We are always looking for talented professionals to join our team. Work from your remote office, If you have a great phone voice, are organized and experienced in the services we provide our clients, then we want to talk to you. The majority of our clients need assistance in the Technology and Business Services sector, although we are successful with clients in other industries as well.

Our clients demand that we hire the best. Those who pass our thorough screening process will have the opportunity to flourish with a growing company. We are on the cutting edge of a new trend, and we believe in promoting from within.

Not afraid to pick up the phone? Ready to join a fantastic company? This work at home career maybe just the thing for you! Read more...

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Organized Wisdom is looking for work at Senior PHP Developer!

If you have a passion for building technologies that will help a lot of people, then we want you on our team. We're looking to work with the very best developers in the world. Join a team of dedicated, smart, ambitious, and fun people. Best of all, work from anywhere and enjoy a flexible schedule.

Qualifications and Experience:

- Extensive LAMP (Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP) experience
- Familiarity with Subversion and trac
- MediaWiki, HTML, CSS, XML, JavaScript and cross-browser compatibility experience a plus
- Experience scaling Web apps
- Love start-up environment and growth companies that innovate fast

Interested? Send your resume/CV and cover letter to with "Senior PHP Developer" in the subject line.

If you have developer skills why not start your own work at home career! Read more...

Do you know a second language well enough to make money from your skills? This work at home career is looking for all languages and all combinations. They only employ professional, full-time translators that work translating only one language.

All of Lingo24 employees work from home – performing translating from the comfort of their homes. They frequently translate between English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish, but translate between a dozen other languages as well.

This work at home at career company is UK based, and they are a Member of the Association of Translation Companies. Telecommuting from home could by ANYWHERE across the globe! Read more...

Work at home Careers come in all shapes and sizes! I have tried to research this company, but mostly came up with just information on the company alone. It seems to be a large firm.

If any one has tried this job please post, and let us know about it!

Look to the bottom of this job listing page for the description for the work at home career!

Seeking computer-savvy workers who like to read. Stay-at-home-parents, freelancers, and retirees welcome!

Do you want to work part time and contribute to an important service? We’re looking for people to screen online condolence messages in accordance with established guidelines. Positions start at $10/hour. hosts online obituary sections for newspapers. Each of these obituaries includes an online Guest Book where friends and family can submit messages to express their condolences or share their memories. The primary task of this position is to read these messages before they are posted online to ensure that inappropriate or offensive material does not appear in the Guest Book.

Available Shifts
(all shifts are 20 hours/week; 5 four-hour shifts except the Friday through Monday shift which is 16 hours/week; 4 four-hour shifts; all are Central time):
Note: the Friday through Monday shifts (2-6 pm and 6-10 pm) are our highest priority need

7 a.m.- 11 a.m.: Friday through Monday, Sunday - Thursday or Tuesday - Saturday
10 a.m.- 2 p.m.: Friday through Monday, Sunday - Thursday or Tuesday - Saturday
2 p.m.- 6 p.m.: Friday through Monday, Sunday - Thursday or Tuesday – Saturday
6 p.m. - 10 p.m.: Friday through Monday, Sunday - Thursday or Tuesday – Saturday

Telecommuting requirements (you must meet all telecommuting requirements in order to apply):
· Must have a PC running Microsoft Windows 2000 or XP and high-speed Internet access (cable, DSL) in the home. Our remote access software is not compatible with Macintosh or Microsoft Vista machines at this time.

· Must not have any conflicting responsibilities during shifts such as being the primary caregiver for a young child or an elderly person.

· Must be a resident of Illinois, Indiana or Wisconsin.

Our ideal candidate has strong reading and decision-making skills, is self-motivated, fluent with email and the Internet, and has a 4-year degree or equivalent.

Our ideal candidate has strong reading and decision-making skills, is self-motivated, fluent with email and the Internet, and has a 4-year degree or equivalent. Please also see the telecommuting requirements listed above.

To apply
Please submit resume with cover letter to In your cover letter, please indicate your shift preference and explain why you want to work part-time. (Through experience, we have found that this position is too demanding in terms of the nature of the work and the time it takes for many people to hold in addition to a full-time job.)

If you have a work at home career experience I would try this if it is your area. I would think the 'equivalent' portion would be fulfilled that way! Read more...

I wanted to compile a list, and I will try to add to this of sites you can go to and check out what they have to say.

Here is a good video with tips on how to check companies out!


Ripoff Report

Scam Busters


I've Tried That

If you have other sites that should be here - add a comment! Read more...

moneyThere is no legitimate reason why people would give you a check or money order, and then ask you to wire money in return! This is NOT a legit work at home career!

There is NO reason!

For some reason a couple of months ago I got this letter telling me I had won this HUGE prize, and go ahead and deposit the following check! The check was over $8000, and as you can imagine it got my attention! I also knew something didn't smell good either! I'm not the type that goes around entering contests, and goodness knows where these people got my name from!

I got on google, and I searched every reference to that company and bank they listed on that check to see what the heck the deal was!

WELL I found out what it was! They check was to cover fees that it would take to give me the rest of my prize money, and they just KNEW I didn't have that kind of money hanging around and of course sent it to me for some favor. YEAH RIGHT! You deposit the money, and call the number and they will fill you in as to HOW to claim your prize! Meanwhile, you turnaround and use that money because of the 'out of country' issues, taxes, etc...and what happens? The check bounces, and whatever funds you had in there...GONE! You are now in BIG trouble with your bank, and your life is a nightmare!

I realize that isn't a work at home career description, but the same principal applies to alot of these other types of check scams! Clients will send you money, and you deposit it within the country...and keep a portion for your time! Check cashing fee lets call it! YEAH RIGHT! They will tell that there are good reasons why they can't cash them here themselves, but for some reason won't be upfront about that reason! Can you say red flag? They will claim they have all kinds of clients you can do this for, and make your work at home career take off the easy way. DON'T DO IT!

If someone you don’t know wants to pay you by check but wants you to wire some of the money back, beware! It’s a scam that could cost you thousands of dollars.

You don’t have to wait long to use the money, but that doesn’t mean the check is good.
Under federal law, banks have to make the funds you deposit available quickly – usually within one to five days, depending on the type of check. But just because you can withdraw the money doesn’t mean the check is good, even if it’s a cashier’s check. It can take weeks for the forgery to be discovered and the check to bounce.

You are responsible for the checks you deposit.
That’s because you’re in the best position to determine the risk – you’re the one dealing directly with the person who is arranging for the check to be sent to you. When a check bounces, the bank deducts the amount that was originally credited to your account. If there isn’t enough to cover it, the bank may be able to take money from other accounts you have at that institution, or sue you to recover the funds. In some cases, law enforcement authorities could bring charges against the victims because it may look like they were involved in the scam and knew the check was counterfeit.

Don’t deposit it – report it!

Report fake check scams to NCL's Fraud Center, at That information will be transmitted to the appropriate law enforcement agencies.

If you are looking for REAL work at home jobs check out the blog roll! We have discussions on different companies that won't scam you!

The Truth About Home Typist & Ad Typist “Jobs”by Grace M. Washington

You’ve seen the ads EVERYWHERE:

“Now hiring clerical home (ad) typists!
Work directly for our company.
Get paid for (every response to your
ad or every ad typed). No experience
necessary. No selling. Positions available

There are several companies on the internet that advertise the availability of "home employment" through home typist or ad typist "jobs" with their companies. But, if you've thought about joining any of these programs, and if you’re a newcomer to making money online, you'd be well advised to learn about affiliate marketing and how affiliate marketing works BEFORE you pay a fee to sign on with any of these programs. That way, you can make a more informed decision as to whether or not these opportunities would be a good fit for you before you fork over your money.

The truth is, if you sign on with any of these companies hoping to be “employed” as an "ad typist," "home typist," or "independent typist," you will not be "hired" as an "employee" of the company as their advertising suggests. These companies actually operate an affiliate program (also known as an associate program), and once you pay to join, your success with the program will depend upon your knowing how to market affiliate programs.

While you might want to believe that you'll make tons of money by simply typing ads (and, that’s what they want you to believe), the truth is, simply typing ads on classified ad sites is not going to help you to earn a decent income. Ask any experienced internet marketer, and if they're honest, they will tell you that you cannot generate a full-time income on the internet by simply engaging in this single activity. In fact, many will tell you that advertising on classified ad sites doesn't work.

According to Cathy Bryant, owner of, "Joining affiliate programs helter-skelter and trying to promote them individually via inefficient means such as classified ads, safelists, and other forms of ineffective advertising is an exercise in futility. It is this method of promotion that is often used by the newcomer online and results in their frustration and belief that earning an income with these programs is impossible."

And, that's what makes these "ad typing" programs a questionable business. They target individuals who have no internet marketing experience (most, if not all, of these programs advertise that no experience is necessary), and promise them that they will engage in a simple activity (typing ads) that can result in an adequate income.

To make matters worse, they publish testimonials of income earned by experienced internet marketers, but do not disclose this fact. This gives the newcomer the false impression that one has the potential to earn hundreds of dollars per week, having no prior experience, by simply "typing ads."

Most often, the opposite is true. So most newcomers do one of the following AFTER they pay their fee:

a. they spend hours a day, day after day, typing ads all over the internet for very little or no pay,

b. they spend hours and hours typing ads, and give up in frustration (and with no return on the fee they paid),

c. they spend hours and hours typing ads, give up, and request a refund, but are denied the full amount they paid to get into the program, or

d. even though they were told that typing ads was all that they would have to do to earn an income, they realize that typing ads alone doesn't work, and so, after having paid a fee, they begin the process of learning how to make money as an affiliate marketer (which is what they could have done for FREE had they known up front what they really getting into).

These "home typist" programs charge upwards of $60.00 or more, and I've yet to find one that will guarantee to give you a full refund should you enter the program, AND THEN realize that it's not what you were looking for. So, to avoid losing any of your hard-earned money, be sure to take the time to learn all that you can about a “home employment” offer, and about what you'll REALLY need to do to make money in it BEFORE you say “yes.”

Grace M. Washington, Silver Spring, MD, USA

Grace Washington is a freelance writer and the author of The Essential Home Job Search Guide™, a Web-based Guide written to help users learn how to recognize and avoid work at home scams, and “work where they live” by guiding them, start to finish, through a proven method for conducting a successful home job search.

If you are looking for REAL work at home jobs check out the blog roll! We have discussions on different companies that won't scam you!


envelope stuffer machineThis picture is a machine that does envelope stuffing! I think this may be one of the oldest work at home scheme! This type of machine, and others like it are the reason you need to STAY AWAY from envelope stuffing jobs! That is a work at home scam! As you can imagine this machine can stuff alot faster than any human could on a regular basis. Don't think 'envelope stuffing companies' don't know that as well!

Its hard to imagine that envelope stuffing scams are still out there, and still making money off poor people that tend to believe their sales pitch! Its just plain sad! The people that write those scams could be marketing geniuses if they just focused on something besides ripping people off!

There are people out there that start companies doing direct mail for their clients! Its a bit more than stuffing envelopes, and the more creative you are the more customers you could find! The only piece of advice I can hand you there is TRY to become your customer's one stop shop! That includes creating the flyer's, graphics, etc. You don't have to be talented in that area yourself because you can find those to do that for you! You will need some marketing skills! Do a bit more than just manage their mailing lists! These days companies are looking for time savers, and being a one stop shop would be just that!

Has anyone done any direct mail marketing? I assume there are some neat forums for that business! Anyone have any leads?

If you are looking for REAL work at home jobs check out the blog roll! We have discussions on different companies that won't scam you!

Read more... have a good article listing alot of scams you have read before! Its worth it! Check it out!

Questions to Ask

Fraudulent promoters of work-at-home schemes leave many unanswered questions. Don’t send any money until you get clear and complete answers – in writing – to all these questions:

What exactly do I need to do to earn money?
What will I get for my money?
Do I have to purchase anything?
What are the total costs to get in on the deal?
What quality standards I must meet for the products I produce?
Will I receive a salary? Or do I work on commission?
Who pays me?
How do I get paid?
Do I have to sell anything or market the product or information?
Do I need to recruit others to the program?
How do I get my money back if I am not satisfied?

If the answers you receive don’t really satisfy all your concerns, walk away from the promotion. The chances are good that the promotion is really a scam.

Remember if you are looking for companies that people actually do WORK AT look at the blog roll for positions available! Read more...

Kelly McCausey started a thread, and asked people to write about WHY they like to work from home! It has some very interesting replies, and for those of you that are looking for additional opportunities I would go over read there as well!

I think we all may have different reasons, and those that are very common as well!

I started a small engraving business when I had my daugther, and had that for close to 14 years before I decided to retire! Opening that business opened up my mind to how different parts of the world worked, and it opened my eyes to the community around me as well! In order for the area to KNOW me I decided to do a bit of networking! The thought of it scared me to death, but I quickly learned it wasn't to bad! What was nice about that aspect of my life is that I could work around my child's schedule. She could be with me most of the time, and I had a babysitter locally if I needed to visit a client! She really enjoyed the time away, because she knew it wouldn't be to long and then got to play with TONS of other children!

I think working at home so closely with children shows them the value of the dollar as well. It shows them that going to work means more than just those words. They see the work and the effort it takes. They see the drama, rewards, anxiety, fulfillment, etc all thown into one! I truly think it gives them a better appreciation for things that other children may not have the opportunity to experience! Children are children after all, and we can't expect them to grasp it all at once!

I believe in getting involved with the local community. It helps the community work better for everyone, and helps you know what is going on alot better than any newspaper can inform you of! I first got involved with DARE, and still to this day do some things with that organization! It was very rewarding to work together with others to find a car for our little town, and watch as a local car club volunteered to really GEARHEAD it out! Organize, market, and help run fundraising dinners to announce all the awesome sponsors of that car, and raise money for the next year's worth of students! My family loved being dragged in tow during those nights, and my children loved the extra perks they got from being involved with an organizer! HECK that was only the first YEAR!

I worked a local festival with the chamber of commerce that was hugely successful, and we got to send students to college with the funds we raised! At that point I got to know the business community, and was an officer at the local chamber of commerce as well! I was able to help in all kinds of faucets of the community that I may not have been able to do if I couldn't run my own schedule!

The isolation at times working from home can really take its toll as well, and you seriously need to have other activities to keep you plugged into the world! Community events also help the children see things they may not be aware of in this world. They see WHY giving back is important, and they also at times truly see the value of their own lifestyle that has been afforded them!

I have retired from the engraving business, and the chamber of commerce within the last couple of years. I found alot of new friends, and they were NOT to surprised that I didn't take me long to find another new venue and keep on going! We are still active in the community - that part didn't change - but instead of learning about how to put trophies together for mom .... they watch informercials with me as I educated myself to do my job better!

LOL I'm not saying that is the fun part for them, but neither was trophies assembly I'm sure! Working at home afforded me time to show the children that doing something for this earth, its people, our church, and community is important! They see how hard you have to work to get things done, and how long you work to get the money you need!

Working at home has some hidden perks that I don't think people think about! I realize others may be talking about gas prices, and no trips to the cleaners in other places!

Working at home means something different to me! OH YES it includes those perks, but the benefits for my children are something I may have never had the time or energy to do otherwise! Read more...

At Home Mom Blog has what I feel is very important questions to ask yourself about working at home!

Is your Work At Home Idea a Good one? addresses really good questions to start out with!

I remember reading and reading before I started at liveops, and I couldn't believe the amount of scams out there! Along with the scams you had these companies that wanted you to sell their items, and if you look at the minimum order amount you had better be awesome at selling! THAT says nothing about believing in their product!

From what I have seen you may be very excited about a product or industry, but most of the time you have TONS of competition! Best thing you can do is find your nitch! Take an aspect of that business that you LOVE and have passion for, and expand on that aspect! That is where you find some people that make it!

As the blog article mentioned DO your will save yourself the heartache later!

Anyone has some scams they went for that blew up in their faces?

I found out recently my brother in law sent money away to buy supplies for crafts he was to assemble at home. Sighhhhh! I wish he would have called me first! If you read between the lines they will send you lists of items and assembly instructions...and MAYBE they will buy them from you! YIKES! At least it was only $15.00!

There are alot of crazy scams out there! Can you name a few? Read more...

Gas Prices

I think I freaked about the gas prices that are coming soon just as much as anyone out there. Its downright awful!

One thing that I'm thankful for is that most of the time we only have to fill ONE gas tank these days! I'm not going to say I don't use my car, but not having to drive everyday does save us alot of cash!

Somedays as I work at liveops, and have one hum danger of a customer on the phone I have to remind myself - GAS PRICES! You do learn to blow those customers off, and place the issue into prospective of course! There are moments that I think most people have that you really seem to question, "Why am I doing this!? I don't need this abuse!" I look back at my corporate days, and I look back to when I sat on boards of chamber of commerce and I have to remember all positions have their downsides! HECK the times I just sat home with the kids alone there were days I wanted to hang them up by their toenails in the backyard! (Just an expression)

If you take into account all the things you save money on, and add those to other factors working at home isn't bad at all!

Besides the gas budget what else are you thankful for when you work at home? Read more...