You do the scheduling, bookkeeping, even event planning from your home office.
You can earn anywhere from $10 to $30 an hour.
You help busy, busy people sell their stuff on sites like eBay.
You can earn up to $25 for each item you sell or up to 40-percent of the sale.
Try allyou.com to see how to market your services.
Do you have superb writing skills? You can help companies create content for their websites.
You can earn up to hundreds of dollars per assignment.
If you speak a second or third language, you can be a document translator.
Do data entry, even serve as an answering service, earning $10 to $50 per hour all while at home in your pajamas!
To find out about job opportunities visit translatorsbase.com.
If you're a fast and accurate typer, you can help companies "go digital" by transcribing paper documents into a computer.
Data-entry can earn you $6 to $20 per hour!
If you have a pleasant phone demeanor, then answering calls for a business during off hours might be a good fit for you. For opportunities visit www.indeed.com.
The better business bureau says there are many schemes and scams to avoid. If they promise too much money, it's surely too good to be true. Also, if they are asking for money, that's a red flag. You shouldn't have to pay to get a job.