Working on the Internet

New Zealand
June 5, 2007 5:13pm CST
Would yo like a job where you got to spend all day on the internet? I would love a role like that. My job at the moment as nothing to do with the internet. I find myself fighting the urge to just go browse the net all the time.
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@farazkh1 (1157)
• Pakistan
6 Jun 07
Same here i do also love to surf internet all the time but my job is nothing to do with internet so i run the shop but i have joined some programmes on my blog http://www.blogchex.com/deepestblue to earn money online but thats not enough to bear all the expenses .....finally i have made a classified website where i would be able to earn good money online ......... http://www.sellpk.com
@servlet (190)
• Poland
6 Jun 07
Very impressive page, well I mean well done – coded! I am a php programmer and all there seems to be done perfect! If it is your job – congratulations! Good work!
@servlet (190)
• Poland
6 Jun 07
My job is to be connected all the time – I am a PHP programmer. I just have to look all the time for some solutions, new technology to be well education. It is rather not easy job and after a while it stops to make fun. Best regards, Rafal
@opinione (749)
• Italy
5 Jun 07
Apart from jokes work at home is a very important subject and a future possible evolution of many tertiary job profiles to come. Yes, I think it would be useful and very appreciated not only by workers but also by companies. The problem of productivity and quality control can be very important to solve in an adequate way, but it is above all an evolution in social habits which as to become the key of this progress in the market of work. The worker can be considered in such new profile as a nearly free contributor and his role would be really project-oriented in a way which would be a real evolution from the present day project-contracts, more formally than substantially effective. Internet is a vehicle of job not to be underestimated, but its full operative accomplishment is yet to come, and almost entirely depending on a social evolution which paradoxically is more difficult to be reached -in my opinion- in those countries where workers have got a jurisprudential 'corpus' of laws more strictly regulating their rights, which could sometimes entangle the development of these new working facilities.