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work from home where to look? Blanca Steele Due April 24 (boy); 1 child; Bakersfield, California 78 posts
23rd Apr '12

the hubby said today that i need a job when our son gets to 6months but i dont want to leave him so is there any good jobs you can work from home?please pm or comment to this
blog pleas thank you

the asari Due November 17; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Utah 2936 posts
23rd Apr '12

check convergys.com for work at home positions. I worked with them before and it helped with the expenses, had to stop because I had school too. :)

Taryn - Anya's mommy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Toronto, Ontario 49455 posts
23rd Apr '12

There really are no legitimate work at home jobs, ones you can make decent money off of. I work from home but I work for my husband's company.

user banned Vancouver, British Columbia 5643 posts
23rd Apr '12

Become a childcare provider... There are lots of people that need childcare during the day while they work, plus it will also help your son socialize with kids his own age. Plus you can get paid cash which is always great if you dont want to pay taxes.

Klaus 2 kids; Mississippi 23837 posts
status 23rd Apr '12
Quoting the asari:" check convergys.com for work at home positions. I worked with them before and it helped with the expenses, had to stop because I had school too. :)"

What did you do?

Kelly +2 ERF/EH! 18 kids; Valdosta, Georgia 18072 posts
23rd Apr '12

Convergys IS a legitimate work at home job. They have an office set up right here in Valdosta. They have a call center there, or you can work at home. :)

the asari Due November 17; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Utah 2936 posts
23rd Apr '12
Quoting Chuck Bass:" What did you do?"


It was a seasonal job Nov-Dec for order entry - Harry and David.
I took calls off my computer from 4pm-2am. :) It's a call center job at home.

the asari Due November 17; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Utah 2936 posts
23rd Apr '12
Quoting Kelly +2 ERF/EH!!:" Convergys IS a legitimate work at home job. They have an office set up right here in Valdosta. They have a call center there, or you can work at home. :)"


yup - they have a lot of offices all over the states. :)

Jamie & Baby Aria 1 child; Ahmeek, Michigan 2565 posts
23rd Apr '12
Quoting Blanca Steele:" the hubby said today that i need a job when our son gets to 6months but i dont want to leave him so is there any good jobs you can work from home?please pm or comment to this blog pleas thank you"


I'm taking a course to do medical billing, you can do that online. So it can be from home or wherever you want. I don't wanna leave my baby in daycare so I'm doing it to make money while being a stay at home mommy, too :)

☮live Due January 23; 2 kids; Nampa, Idaho 14721 posts
23rd Apr '12
Quoting 1st1ontheway:" Become a childcare provider... There are lots of people that need childcare during the day while they ... [snip!] ... help your son socialize with kids his own age. Plus you can get paid cash which is always great if you dont want to pay taxes."


Technically, she should report it as self employment income and pay the appropriate taxes. Being audited is no fun, but I assume is worse with discrepencies.

Klaus 2 kids; Mississippi 23837 posts
status 23rd Apr '12
Quoting the asari:" It was a seasonal job Nov-Dec for order entry - Harry and David. I took calls off my computer from 4pm-2am. :) It's a call center job at home."


Hmmm.... Those are weird hours lol



Was it busy?

~ChristyMarie~ Due June 29 (girl); 1 child; Carthage, Texas 403 posts
23rd Apr '12

Babysit other kids in your home?

JKBC♡ 2 kids; Windsor, PA, United States 9212 posts
23rd Apr '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Jamie & Babydoll (::</b>" I'm taking a course to do medical billing, you can do that online. So it can be from home or wherever ... [snip!] ... you want. I don't wanna leave my baby in daycare so I'm doing it to make money while being a stay at home mommy, too :)"</blockquote>




Usually you have to have 5 yrs experience in an office setting before you can get a stay at home position.

Klaus 2 kids; Mississippi 23837 posts
status 23rd Apr '12
Quoting Chelsea ♥'s Olive:" Technically, she should report it as self employment income and pay the appropriate taxes. Being audeted is no fun, but I assume is worse with discrepencies."


Agreed. Although if she makes under a certain amount she wouldn't have to pay taxes anyway. But if someone is paying her for childcare they can claim it on their tax returns, but only if she reports it too.

user banned 1 child; , 52185 posts
23rd Apr '12

Narnia.