Are there real online jobs–work from home? Do you believe it? How come are there so many online jobs?

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Are there real online jobs–work from home? Do you believe it? How come are there so many online jobs in the job markets? Are they needy that much? So I believe some are scams and a few are real?

What online jobs do you know are real, legal, and really paid jobs? Are they easy to get?

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13 Responses to “Are there real online jobs–work from home? Do you believe it? How come are there so many online jobs?”

  1. Kamala K 1 Says:

    You can check online jobs listing website like ,etc .

  2. salman Says:

    here is online job which really works bcz im also earning from it just visit this site

  3. Dan Says:

    job-search.awardspace.com – try this site. You can compare such online job offers here.

  4. CliveH Says:

    I didn’t believe it either, but after many years of trying scams I only found two, honest legit money making schemes.

    One requires a lot of work and patience and costs but is very good value. That’s SiteBuildIt

    The other is free to try for the first month and doesn’t rely on SEO or anything but the amount of time you spend on it. The more time the better the rewards.

    Good luck with whatever you decide on

  5. Best Earning Ways Says:

    A great Part Time & Full Time Job at home for Teens is doing Free Surveys Online. Its simple, easy and for ages 13 and up. An easy way for teens to make extra money. check this website for more info and Proof of Payments

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  6. Koko Says:

    There is a lucrative online business opportunity that you can start for free after which you pay only $10.00 a month to own a domain if you like to continue to step 2. You basically promote a new people search engine and can use this opportunity to build your network of people to invite people to invite people to do the same. The larger your network becomes, the more lucrative your network business becomes. I invite you to check on the link below. Listen and watch the video. There is nothing to lose. You gain information and a chance to earn the money you need.

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  7. Jesus M Says:

    I have a job online for you. It has to do with selling (jewelry) so if you’re a good seller you can make some good money. email me at for more info.

  8. Brenda Says:

    “If a company requires initial payment from you in order to work for them, they are not legitimate.”

    There are a few legitimate data entry companies but are not hiring and have large waiting lists (1-2yrs). The majority of data entry jobs you seen online are scams. A real company will want you to have skills inc fast typing, may want you to know MS Excel, and will usually ask that you have high speed internet. Once in a long while you may found one online on a job website but thats rare.

    If you do an advanced search on yahoo, you will find previous answers, sometimes the info on these is good as the info they gave is likely to have been verified if the answer was voted as ‘Best’. Please see the other information on my profile about searching recruitment websites.

  9. Harmon Says:

    I hunted and researched for 3 yrs looking for something I could do from home, and finally found one that was either not a con or wasn’t a grab at my money. I could see how it worked and see why it would work.

    BTW- All the medical transcriptions, survey answers, etc are about 90% cons from what I found.

  10. disabledgrl Says:

    I belong to several sites that pay good. It is not as much as I would get at a full time job, but they pay some bills. Firstly I work for a GPT site. On this site, you have a list of offers that you read, you pick and choose them, and then you go to the website of that offer and request information. You then go back to the GPT site and click the button that says completed. Each offer is worth something and every little bit adds up. Why would this site pay you? Because this is a new way for companies to advertise.

    Another site that pays a bill or two for me is review stream. On this site, I write reviews on any person, place, or thing that I want to write about. They offer me $2.00 for each review and I write 25 per day. That is $50 per day or $200 per week!

    The last link I am including is a link to TONS of work at home jobs. Please remember to follow your instincts…if an offer seems to good to be true, it almost always is. Also, NEVER pay money to work online. An honest employer will never ask you to pay them. The only instance is if you want to invest in a home buisness, and even then you should do much research on the company or persons that will assist you with that. Good luck and happy job hunting!!

  11. Kevin Says:

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    Please try this excellent search engine for work at home job vacancies.

  12. Kevin Says:

    There is a good google search engine which list online job vacancies like transcription and data entry. See my profile for the website (click on my picture to view profile)

  13. Susan Says:

    I have been working from home for 5 years.

    It is great to be able to set my own hours and work days, but is still work. If you are serious, send me an email to the address above or see my profile for more information.

    I can help you get started and give you any advice I can through email (obviously for free).

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