i am a stay home mom of a 13 year old boy. i want to know if anybody is working at home like data entry?

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June 24, 2019 / By Alanna
Question: and is true u can work from home please let me know cause is sounds good to work from home and getting income any out there that workd from home please let me know i will really appreciate it thanks
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Trent Trent | 4 days ago
This typing opportunity only applies to the U.S. and Europe. If you are an accomplished typist - word processor and have recently visited your local 4-year university librarian, you can apply as a "certified" graduate typist, earning between $1.50 to $2.00 per page for typing a master or doctoral thesis. The librarian will ask the following questions in order to qualify you as a "certified" typist: (1) Are you familiar and have a working knowledge of Microsoft Word? (2) Are you able to set up section breaks along with appropriate placement of auto page numbering in the footer/header? (3) Are you familiar with setting up a scheme with emphasis on the proper use of auto numbering, such as 1., 1.1, (a), (i), etc.? (4) Do you have access to a scanner with built-in OCR sofware? (5) Do you have access to a high-speed laser quality printer? If you answer all the above questions in the affirmative, the librarian will provide you with a sample of the typing format template (i.e., margin settings, font selection, page set up, etc.) in order to complete these projects. The librarian will then place your name on a list of "certified" graduate typists. This "certified' list will be given to various department heads so that any graduate student seeking your services can easily contact you directly from this list. An average weekend income is about $300-$400 for two days of work. Good luck!
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Trent Originally Answered: Im a stay at home mom and I want to start a Home Business and earn some extra income. Any suggestions?
Home based businesses are pretty simple to do. I have quite a few friends that have home based businesses and only work out of their home. I think the best one is in the telecommuniations industry with the largest direct selling Telecommunication service provider in the world. They are 15 years old with head quarters in Farmington Hills Michigan, Charlotte North Carolina, Amsterdam, Sydney and Montreal. They have been featured in several magazines like USA Today, Success, Fortune etc. Inc 500 rated them the 22nd fastest growing company in revenue in it's first five years. They are registered with the BBB and FDSA as well. They market in services people use every day and pay for anyway. Services like Local and Long Distance telephones, Internet, Digital, video phones, Satellite TV, and all the major cellular phone companies like T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, Nextell, Altell etc as well. We save people money and make money at the same time. Every single month these people pay their bills, we make a percentage over and over again each month. Donald Trump has endorsed our company and uses the services as well. How many people do you know, or know of around the world that uses one or more of these services or products? . A lot of people right? You can save them money and make money. If this is an industry that you would like to learn more about, you should contact Tiffany at [email protected] and she can answer any questions and go over everything with you. There are so many different types of businesses you can do from home. You just have to find one that interests you most. Here's a key factor to things you should look into when going to get involved in a business, 1. How long have they been in business? If it's under five years their is a huge risk factor. but it could be very well profitable for you if it all pans out. 2. Do they have a proven track record? Meaning are there people involved in the industry or a particular company that have succeeded? Don't pay attention to people who "failed" in their businesses, because businesses fail all the time. Look for people who have succeeded in whatever industry your looking into. 3. Do they have a physical address that you can go to? Meaning, not just a P.O. box, but a "real" address. 4. Do they have a training system? If your knew to an industry, do the companies that your partnering up with have training available to you, so you can learn the ins and outs? 5. Have they been in several magazines Such as Success, Fortune, USA Today. Has Inc 500 rated them? Inc 500 takes the top 500 companies with the fastest growing revenues in their first five years in business. This can show you how well the company is growing. 6. Are they registered with the BBB? This one is not too important. You'll find all sorts of complaints from workers to representatives to consumers etc. You won't find anything posted from people with positive things. It's another blog. The only thing it's really usefull for is to show that the business is a real business and does exist. Every business owner knows what's said about companies in complaints to the BBB as well as blogs and reports are bogus. It DOES NOT constitute rather a business is legit or a scam. Even the postings. I can elaborate on that if you wish. 7. Meet the co-founders. 8. Who's involved in the business and do they use the products. Example Donald Trump has endorsed a business and he uses their products. 9. What's the compensation plan 10. What does the start up cost take care of? It should take care of your licesning, accounts payables, accounts receivables, Inventory, billings, customer service, rep services, workman's comp, employees etc etc. Another tip: You can't beleive advertisements or blogs A few things that you should take a look at before getting involved in any company. Im using what we looked for and the answers we've found to help guide you into checking if a business is real for you or not. Don't go to blogs because they don't distinguish if a business is legit, real or not. Blogs are places that negative people go to only to vent their flustrations on something that did not work for them. Usually these people are the ones who did not do what was needed to succeed in business because they didn't put the time or effort needed to succeed, or do what other's who "have" succeeded in that particular industry had advised them to do. They didn't follow the advice thoughrly *excuse the spelling, spell check isn't working for some reason* Anyhow, these blogs people go and post all these negative things that are usually 80 false accusations. They can't fess up to the fact of the real reason why they failed in business. Instead of standing up and admitting to what they really did or did not do, they try and pass the buck onto someone or something else to try and justify their failure. Basically to make them feel better and luer people away from what could of been a big time opportunity for them to do something with their lives. That's what blogs are basically about. So when searching for a business for yourself, look for yourself, not anyone else's. Talk to the people who are involved in the company "now" not then. The ones involved then and not now are failures that are only going to give you negative feed back and take it away from you. Which isn't right. You need to be a leader not a follower. If your a follower of negative impact, your going to fail! That's not what you want to do. Businesses take time to build. The average time to build a business is anywhere from 2 to 5 years. Depending on how much work and effort you put into it. Most people quit under 3, because they gave up on what they could of had because the income wasn't what they wanted it to be. Instead of working their business and acheive what they wanted in whatever time frame it took, they throw there hands up in the air and quit, or get too much negative feed back from others just out to destroy their dream, then they quit and turn around and go along with what everyone else says and call it a scam or a fake or whatever. Don't let these people pull you into their lifestyle. They're unhappy people who didn't have what it took to succeed, not did they take the time and real effort into "building" a business. Good Luck!
Trent Originally Answered: Im a stay at home mom and I want to start a Home Business and earn some extra income. Any suggestions?
I wanted to work from home and I didn't need another scam. It seems like I tried them all. Now I'm using my computer and working legit. No sales. No inventory. No risk. I love what I do and I'm having fun! Check it out for yourself... The products sell themselves. Eco-friendly, All natural for you home/health/family. Visit the link below for more information. God Bless!

Reese Reese
Hello Mom, Let me save you some money! Not to long ago i was looking into data entry and actually bought a course from angel stevens for like $129. Dont waist your money on any data entry programs you can get all that information they sell for free! It was a complete waist of money for me! Do some homework on what it is you want to do and get the info!
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Maynard Maynard
Nope!! Unless you go to school for something. You could do medical billing from home. But there is really nothing out there. Maybe stuffing envopes but I know there are machines that do that now LOL ]\
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Maynard Originally Answered: Stay at home moms: how do you stay sane?
we go for walks, we go to mommy&me once a week, we go to the park, we go outside and i tan while they play in the water and grass, we go to the library, i clean, and we play. thats basically it. thats all we do and at first it was hard bc i have been working since i was 15 too but i keep myself real busy during the day cleaning, cooking, feeding and teaching. i have two college classes a week so i do my homework by myself at the library on saturdays so thats like my day off, i love it. the best advice i can give u is to enjoy everday that u have with your baby bc they wont be that small for long. just take it easy on yourself bc u r going to have to work the rest of your life, may as well take a break now.

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