Real Work-At-Home Job Posting
Okay, so for most of my career, I have managed to work at home– including now, where I have an above average salary, complete with full benefits. So, I always get asked how do I find these jobs? The answer is quite simple, when you think about it.
I’m a firm believer that, most of the time, you really only find what you’re looking for. Therefore, I only look for opportunities that fit my single-mother lifestyle. And I make sure that I choose skill sets that support working from home. After all, there are certain skills that lend themselves to work-from-home opportunities and some that don’t. A public relations writer, for instance, can work from home, whereas a nurse usually can’t.
Therefore, I only look for opportunities that fit my single-mother lifestyle
Recently, I have been offered some really great positions, both in responsibilities and pay, but I have had to turn them down because the hours weren’t conducive to me being a hands-on mother. Even now, when my 16-year-old son is a senior in high school and as I’m quickly approaching the empty nester lifestyle, I still choose to work from home. I love the flexibility of working from home. It allows me to hold down my household responsibilities and provide for my son at the same time. Plus, whenever there’s a school function, I have the flexibility of attending without too much conflict or hassle. Same thing for doctor’s appointments and what nots. For me, working at home is the best option for single mothers.
And, I want you to enjoy the experience of providing for you and your children from the comfort of home, too.
So, periodically, I will be posting real work-from-home opportunities. Here are the first ones:
1) Internet Assessor (Part-time):
The Rater role involves evaluating results of a web search, for appropriateness to search query input. Participants will be required to provide their opinion of the result displayed based on a set of guidelines we provide. Hours of work are flexible. The recommended hours of work are 10-20 hours per week. Interested candidates must first successfully complete an exam before being accepted into the Rating Program. The exam consists of two sections: Section 1 has 24 theory questions and Section 2 consists of 270 practical exams. More detailed information will be provided in the study material. Read More>>
2) Internet Judge (Part-time):
This position is a regular part time work and candidate must be able to commit to 20 hours a week (depending on availability of work) working at least four hours a day between the hours of 7am to 9pm your local time zone. Key Responsibilities include rating Web sites based on detailed written instructions and specific set of guidelines and provide feedback, when required. Read More>>
3) Labeling Editor (part-time, M-F)
The Ad Center project is a platform that supports online advertising products. This task is to help train search algorithms for the platform. This is a work from home position requiring attentive and motivated individuals. It involves labeling websites based on given criteria. The successful candidate will work within a web-based application comparing user search engine queries and advertiser keywords with website landing pages. The Labeling Editor must judge the relevancy and relationship between the page itself and the query, keyword and ad snippets on the page. Read More>>