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Home based work is highly sought after right now with many people wishing to have the capability of working from home.
Gas prices go up and down and companies are discovering that with technology improving in leaps and bounds, many jobs are able to be done from home, saving money for them and for you!
Below is a list of 46 legitimate work from home companies that are not as well known as some of the others that are mentioned on my Virtual Jobs page, however, they are also looking for qualified individuals who are willing to work hard and be dependable .
If this is you, here are some tips:
If you have been following this website for a while, you will know that I always say that (with very few exceptions) you should not have to pay a company to work for them, they should pay you!
The companies listed here state they are legitimate work from home companies and by all appearances they appear to be but please always do your due diligence and research research research!
That can be accomplished quite simply by simply putting the name of the company you are researching in Google and add the word "scam" as well.
(So, that's : Company name+scam)
Before you sign on to work for a company, you should always have contact information for someone in the company, whether it be an email address or a phone number.
That kind of information will go a long way
if you have questions about the application process, requirements or the
(Sometimes the instructions can be confusing like this picture to the left but just try to do your best!)
If the company's website asks you to apply online only, make sure not to call the company as this can jeopardize your application.
Many companies will discard an application if it is not submitted correctly or if the instructions are not followed exactly.
An example of this would be if the company requests a current resume with a cover letter be sent. Don't forget to include the cover letter if they ask for one!
And it's best not to call the company unless the online instructions request this.
Stick to communicating online (via e-mail) if this is what they request.
And believe me, putting together a great resume is a lot harder than you would think.
It might be worth asking someone who is knowledgeable in putting together a great resume to help you with this or paying a professional to put one together for you.
My suggestion is to go ahead and fill out an application with as many of these legitimate work from home companies as you can, many will be hiring right now, some may be seasonal and some may not be hiring at this time but you are bound to hear from some of them.
If you don't apply, you won't hear back, so set aside a little time each day for about a week and see how many of these companies you can apply to within that allotted time.
Then just sit back and wait , before you know it, those job offers will come pouring in:
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