How many people work from home and what do you do?

United States
November 6, 2006 7:16am CST
I work from home aside from doing this. I currently do a call center taking orders for food and sales. I also have a very legit data entry positions (document coding). I also do several blogs and mylot.com as well I am also in school to become a computer progammer. I plan on doing this from home to (have sites I know hire folks from home). Who else does the same as I do or something similar?
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12 responses
• United States
6 Nov 06
Hi there! Glad to hear you are doing well working at home. I am a SAHM, and I do some home cleaning on the side for a little bit of extra cash. However, I am very interested in finding work that I can do at home. Is there any information you are willing to share with me as to how you got your call center and data entry jobs? Thanks - Andrea
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• United States
14 Nov 06
Bunny Blowing Bubbles - Really cute pic. ;)
Try www.liveops.com for the call center. There is another, www.workathomeagent.com. However, I hear they aren't hiring at the moment.
@WAHSIS (216)
• United States
12 Dec 06
Yeah I tried the on-line app and after filling out all that personal stuff I got a NOT HIRING IN YOUR AREA line. UGGH !
@WAHSIS (216)
• United States
12 Dec 06
And I applied with Liveops 2 weeks ago and I never got a response from them at all. So is no news good news?
• United States
9 Nov 06
I do! I do! I do call center work, Cha Cha, blogs, freelance article writing, belong to some MLM's, and run a couple of websites- it's exhausting isn't it? But at the same time it's thrilling to do your own thing!Please keep in touch with me- I am desperate for a computer programmer who speaks English (meaning non computer speak) and can understand what I need and what I want my websites to do!! I almost considered going to school for programming myself- if for nothing else just so I can write my own scripts, but I think I would find the work tedious and frustrating. How is it so far to you? You will rake in the bucks when you are done with school. I come across work at home jobs for programmers every day that pay BIG (like 100k per year). http://www.untroddenroad.com
• United States
10 Nov 06
ty all for replying. I have cha cha too. I enjoy programming a lot! ty for the linke to untroddenroad.com
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@WAHSIS (216)
• United States
12 Dec 06
Appearently the only way to get on at Cha Cah is to be invited is that right ?
@MINDY0882 (2304)
• United States
13 Nov 06
I work at home as well with a great call center and do my lot and cha cha for extra cash as well
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@WAHSIS (216)
• United States
12 Dec 06
I wish I could be a cha cha guide. I applied on the site about a month ago and never heard from them. Is the pay worth it? Please invite me you cha cha people. I would be ever so grateful!
@jane99 (2)
• United States
14 Nov 06
where are you doing document coding and are the hirint
• Canada
6 Nov 06
I work at home too and have been doing so for the past two years. I promote a couple of programs that I have been lucky to get excellent results with. http://www.website.ws/anique1 is the first program I joined two years ago. I'm still with them and cannot say enough good things about the service and program itself. the other is http://goaddr.com/8zm I also have my own off-line business that I run from home which is very rewarding.
@5cakids (25)
• United States
6 Nov 06
I am a SAHM (that is a full time job) but I also design websites. Its fun, can be challenging (customer service) but hey I get to stay home and that is rewarding itself.
• United States
6 Nov 06
ty for replying. Yes, staying @ home and working is a reward in itself. All but one of my forms of employment I have, I'm an ic; the other as employee. The advantages tax wise are a help as well; coupled with not having to spend all that gas to drive all over the place. My insurance is the lowest it has been in years since I do not have to add all that mileage and risk of being in an accident is lower.
@ezymoney (876)
• Australia
14 Dec 06
I also work from home part time. I recommend AGLOCO where we get paid when we surf the net. Visit this site for more info: http://AglocoRocks.blogspot.com
@angeliamj (633)
• United States
13 Dec 06
I love that I'm able to work at home as well. I'm also doing customer service for a callcenter. I also do another job but due to my contract I can't discuss it here. I'd be happy to discuss it privately if anyone is interested. Other than those 2 jobs, I also do mylots, cashcrate, loyaltepays and post review for cash. I love having the freedom to be here for my kids and still make decent money.
@WAHSIS (216)
• United States
12 Dec 06
When I did document coding it took up so much of my attention and I got kids here with me all day so this one was not for me. Still trying to figure out exactly do I want to do at home. The thing is with document coding you have to be quick, and accurate.You have a certain amt of time to finish and all. I never made much doing it. But I did make more than this site LOL.
@SachseMom (449)
• United States
15 Nov 06
I would love to work from home! I had to find a job outside of the home to have some extra money coming in and help pay bills! I applied at LiveOps, Working Solutions, West and Key for Cash! I would love to know who you do data entry positions(Document coding) for and are they hiring! I really, really need to make extra money so I'm commiting 3 hours a day to Mylot!! Thanks for any help you could give me!
@DinaDi (60)
• United States
14 Nov 06
I am a website designer and I work from home. While I do enjoy it, it's not always easy to "not" be interrupted. Sometimes people think that just because you're at home, you're available. This is one of my pet peeves, too, which is the attitude I get sometimes when I am not able to talk on the phone, or run out to the mall at a moments notice. I'm working a full day and most times 10+ hours. It's exhausting and at the same time very rewarding. I enjoy what I do.
@Pingilein (217)
• Germany
6 Nov 06
I do not do this