Are there any good non-phone work at home jobs?

United States
January 8, 2009 7:34am CST
What are the best non-phone work at home jobs that actuakky make money? I work for a comapany that hires people to work at home but I am getting burned out from all the stressful phone calls. My husband already built an office for me to work at home with a dedicated phone line and all. I just would like to find a non-phone WAHJ. Can anyone give me any advice?
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@elisa812 (3033)
• United States
13 Jan 09
I have been looking for the same thing! I'm also an army wife, and trying to figure out a decent job that I can do from home so that I can take it with me wherever we go. I have been looking into transcription, which is a non-phone job that could be done just online. If you go to www.workplacelikehome.com , they have a free forum where people talk about their work at home jobs, so you might be able to get some ideas there. Good luck!
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• United States
21 Jul 09
I agree! Workplacelikehome.com is a great place to find leads. Another great one is www.WAHM.com! Good luck
@khhhaaaat (112)
• Philippines
29 Oct 12
I am also looking for great opportunities like these for the past month.
@kylesmiles (1914)
• United States
7 Aug 09
hey there, I am always looking for ways to earn at home. I am looking for any ideas or legit opportunities... i am seeking advice too. thanks to anyone who responds.
• United States
25 Feb 09
A lot of doctors offices use WAHMs for medical transcription and coding. My neighbor does this and never leaves the house except to go to the offices to get the files and then takes them home, works on them and takes them back a couple days later. A lot of offices want you to be certified with experience, but if you've got a friend who works at one of the offices, ask them to put in a good word for you. You can take the classes over the internet that way you don't have to leave.
@jessi0887 (2794)
• United States
8 Jan 09
Add me as a friend a send a message. I will give you some helpful hints on where to start.