Where to Look For Work at Home Job Leads

by khristal23

Everyone wants to work at home, but where can you find good work at home job leads? Fortunately, there are a lot of places you can turn to that provide legit leads regularly.

I've been working from home for five years, and I've had more than just one work at home job. There are a ton of sites I turn to when I need to find good leads. Some of these sites have been around for several years and some are brand new. Either way, I've learned that I can trust the site owners to provide me with good work at home job leads on a semi-regular basis.

I was inspired to start my own job leads page on my work at home blog as well, and many of my findings come from the sites I am about to share with you.

Sources for Job Leads

WAH Job Leads is a newer site, but it's jam-packed with good information. The owner runs another, separate work at home site and is very skilled when it comes to hand-picking only the best leads for working at home and also spotting scam sites that are best avoided. 

I also frequently visit Work at Home Revolution when I need online job leads. This site has been around for many years and the owner does a great job of not only listing the leads, but also providing very relevant information like how much a job pays, what the qualifications required are, the hours, and any specified locations. 

If you're a freelance writer, I would also recommend checking the ProBlogger job board on occasion. This is updated almost daily and usually features some really good freelance writing job leads. 

And finally, don't forget to check out my job leads board at Real Ways to Earn Money Online. I update this board at least once every day or every other day. I try to make sure there is something for everyone when I do my updates. 

Watch Out For Scams!

Even the most trained eye can occasionally miss a work at home scam. And as you probably know, these are everywhere! Here are some quick tips for dodging the scam sites:

  • Be suspicious of companies asking you for money upfront
  • If income claims are outrageous and unrealistic, steer clear
  • Companies with no contact information on the home page are best avoided
  • Watch out for sites with extremely poor, thrown together designs built on free sites like Blogger or Weebly

I also advise people to look up any sites they are curious about in a search engine followed by the word "scam" in quotation marks. If there is anything negative floating around on the web about the company, this is a good way to find it. 

Updated: 11/01/2012, khristal23
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