Internet loaded with work-at-home jobs | Las Vegas Review-JournalInternet loaded with work-at-home jobs Dear Savvy Senior: Can you recommend some popular work-at-home jobs for retirees? I’m interested in earning a little extra cash, but would also like to stay at home and have a flexible schedule. — Recently Retired Dear Retired: If you have a computer … The best way to avoid these scams is to use websites that weed out scammers like the ones mentioned in this column, and never invest any of your own money without thoroughly checking out the business with the Better Business Bureau at bbb.org. It’s also a good idea to use search engines like Google or Bing to research a potential employer to make sure it’s legitimate. Customer-service agent: These jobs answer inbound customer calls for big companies — you don’t place telemarketing calls. Agents earn an average of $8 to $15 an hour and you can usually set your own hours and pick an employer whose products or services are suited to your knowledge and interests. To find these jobs see arise.com, alpineaccess.com, liveops.com and workingsolutions.com.
Beware of work at home scams II | Examiner.comBeware of work at home scams II That is, these con men will use legitimate advertising sources such as newspapers, TV, radio, and online sources such as Craigslist. Job seekers should not let their eagerness to find jobs compromise their cautious evaluation of job opportunities.This article is a follow-up to the first article in this series that also discusses how job seekers can identify and avoid job scams. This information is important because job seekers often are desperate to find jobs, even lower level jobs, and this desperation can cause job seekers to exercise less caution than they usually would exercise. If these job seekers fall prey to job scams, they could lose their money, their time, their friends, their good name, or even their identity. Job seekers also should be suspicious if the job offer is unsolicited, or if there is a private phone number to contact instead of information needed to respond to the company cited. In cases such as this one, googling the company might reveal that it is listed on a job scam warning web site. Even respectable, well-known companies can be cited in these job offers. If the job seeker contacts the respectable, well-known company, the job seeker can determine if the company is advertising such a job. Another possibility is that the job seeker might find that no such company exists.11:27 AMElizabeth Meryment Taste Confidential DANISH chef Rene Redzepi will be stealing headlines in Australia later this month when his Noma pop-up opens at Barangaroo, but he’s not the only member of his family to put on a show this year. Now mothers — already known for the strength of their online communities — are championing the home front, creating forums, social media pages and websites to help each other succeed.
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