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Legit Work. No Lie.

06/30/2016

Hand writing the text: 5 Stars

 In the article, “These Are the Best Part-Time Jobs You Can Do From Home,” it cites a survey of almost 1,100 parents by FlexJobs—a trusted resource for remote work—and the demand for part-time, at-home jobs.

On the Money

The opening sentence of the news story is the tip-off: “Yes, they really exist.”

The “they” are legitimate, work-at-home jobs, reports personal finance magazine Money in its Guide to the Gig Economy.

In the article, “These Are the Best Part-Time Jobs You Can Do From Home,” it cites a survey of almost 1,100 parents by FlexJobs—a trusted resource for remote work—and the demand for part-time, at-home jobs.

Money reports: “With FlexJobs’ help, we identified eight legitimate options for people who want to work from home on a part-time or occasional basis.”

WORKING SOLUTIONS NAMED

Those jobs include writer, editor, tutor, bookkeeper, research interviewer, data entry, stylist—and, my personal favorite, #6 customer service representative.

Why? Because Money names Working Solutions as one of the companies offering legit, at-home service work.

Our industry, call or contact center services, is rife with work-from-home rip-offs. Some are obvious; others are not.

So when a respected news source, such as Money, identifies Working Solutions as the real deal, it’s worth repeating. Across America, we hire on-demand independent contractors for sales, customer care and technical support work.

Look Before Linking

Money points out its list “consists of established employers and legitimate open (or recently open) positions on FlexJobs,” offering “the best opportunities now in the part-time, work-from-home market.”

And it adds this caution: “Of course, as with any job, applicants for these gigs should thoroughly vet any company before signing on.”

So true. It’s always best to look before you link.

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