24 Work From Home Job Ideas

It’s pretty depressing to see how many of the people I know and love are out of work. It’s hard to be encouraging, because… well… they’ve heard all the pep talks they can tolerate without choking the living daylights out of people. They don’t want to hear that “it’s going to be ok in the end”… they want to hear “you’re just what our company is looking for, when can you start?”

Since I can’t way the latter… and don’t want smacked for saying the former… I say “Hey, I have links to some places you can check out for Work at Home jobs, and a few other websites you can earn get a little cash here and there. Let me send those to you!” I’ve actually been saying that a lot lately, so I’m just going to share it here and direct everyone to The List.

Please please … did I mention please?… leave links to any of the sites I’ve forgotten in the comments, or email them to me so I can add them to this entry.

Online Freelance Work:

Online Juror:

IT Geekery:

Virtual Assistant:

Customer Service:

Other Work at Home Professionals:

Points, Gift Cards, & Extra Cash Oh My!

If you’ve had experience with these companies, please let us know how it went. I know that I use and LOVE MyPoints, Cash Crate and Opinion Outpost.

Well folks, our friends who are out of work are definitely looking for some options that they may not have thought of before.  Can we help them out?  What tips do you have?

15 Replies to “24 Work From Home Job Ideas”

  1. OOH… I forgot YouData They pay actual cash, via PayPal for every ad you view. It’s not a lot of money, but every little bit helps…. and it’s really easy.

    1. Thanks Lara! Sorry it took so long to get this approved. The links got it stuck in my spam blocker 🙂

      There ya have it folks, we’re up to 29 suggestions. I hope they are good for you.

    1. You’re right. I didn’t think about the affiliate programs. Of course, those only work if you have your own websites to direct that traffic.

  2. Hi,

    I enjoyed this post, and I agree that internet earning is often the way to go in this economy. You have some great links in this post that I will be checking into. I hopw you will also check out my blog. (See the link above). It is new, but I will be adding much more work at home related content in the coming weeks.


  3. Cash Crate might be all right in the USA but I hated it here in Australia. One thing I had to fill out took me about 20 minutes and it only paid .25c. All the others required that I download something to my PC and that’s a big no no. Plus there were only about 5 offers total that would have earned me a grand sum of $2.00. Currently I’m trying the niche website technique with affiliation or adsense and it’s making a little bit (avg .50c a day) but I’ve only got six websites so far. Plus how cool is this template. Very nice.

    1. Thanks for the heads-up about Cash Crate outside the US. I haven’t used it in a while myself, but still hear people that I’ve referred there raving about it. Good luck building your niche marketing efforts and thanks for reading!

  4. I found this blog website a several days back nonetheless totally did not remember to bookmark it – I will not make the exact same mistake once again – it is going right inside my personal favourites.

  5. Hey love this post!

    I have a few to add – associatedcontent.com (you write articles, although I think they were taken over by yahoo…) used to use it and loved it. Been out of the swing of it for awhile though.

    Also – surveysavvy.com – sends you an actual check in the mail. NOT a big $ maker but a little big of something is a lot better then a whole lot of nothing 🙂 You just fill out surveys. No buying anything (at least I’ve never had to)!

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