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Re: The Best Industries and Companies to Find Work From Home Jobs

Kirsten Cherry ·
You can add Rev Transcription to number 8! I have done transcription work through other companies and they pay decently and have an efficient platform for the actual transcription work.
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Adam ·
Thanks for the recommendation, @Kirsten! That company checks out on GlassDoor, so I updated the post
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Deon Christie ·
@Adam Work from home jobs can indeed sometimes be to good to be true. One need to be so careful these days. Quite a bit of hype going on, which is nothing but hot air and empty promises. Although I'm not quite familiar with the mentioned sites in your outstanding post. I have however worked with sites like Upwork, Guru and Freelancer. But job applications get approved based on your resume. Mostly online writing and social media jobs.
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Re: The Best Industries and Companies to Find Work From Home Jobs

Moore Income ·
A lot of companies are making it possible to work from home. Especially with the the generational shift in our work force. I personally work for a company that was very traditional, but since I do digital marketing, I could do it from anywhere. I moved to be near my fiance for 6 months before we got married and since my job didn't want to lose me, they made it possible to work from home. Now there is someone else in the company who works part time from home. Sometimes, all you gotta do is ask.
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MiniPantherMom ·
Rat Race Rebellion is a great site for finding legit work at home jobs. They filter everything first and there is a huge variety of jobs on there.
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Adam ·
Hey all, I've added several other companies that I've come across lately and vetted that hire all kinds of remote jobs. Some new additions: Trafilea (marketing/virtual assistance) StudyPoint (tutoring) Qkids, gogokid, italki (English teaching) Starry (telecom customer service/virtual assistance) AAA (travel/customer service) Gametime (customer service) Walgreens and CVS (health care) 7Cups (mental health care & virtual assistance) Happy job hunting!
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Bonnie Squires ·
Thanks for the list I might look into some
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Former Member ·
I came across a great article on this. Don't know what is the police over here regarding sharing articles from other websites? Can someone please enlighten me.
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The Best Industries and Companies to Find Work From Home Jobs

Adam ·
Hello Penny Hoarders! A fair amount of my job at The Penny Hoarder is staying on top of work-from-home (WFH) trends and finding legitimate employers. So I've decided to make a quick guide to working from home. Below, I'll break up the info into tips for finding WFH jobs and specific industries and companies. (Remember, The Penny Hoarder has a WFH Jobs Portal if you want to apply to individual jobs!) TIPS ON SEARCHING FOR WFH JOBS WFH jobs can sometimes be too good to be true. If it feels...
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Happy November!

Ashlee ·
We’ve made it to the end of the week and the start of a new month Penny Hoarders! Who here can’t believe it’s already November? 😳 This week I want to know if you’re a planner or a procrastinator… Do you start planning and budgeting now for holiday purchases or wait until the last minute? What about your New Year’s resolutions? And now for this week’s announcements… We just hit a HUGE milestone Penny Hoarders… 10,000 community members! Join us in a celebratory happy dance, then go check out...
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Re: Happy November!

Glynda Gleaton ·
I'm drowning in past due bills I need help badly what do I do
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Cha Mol ·
How does thig thing work
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MsKimberly ·
Traveling All 50 States On a Budget has become a favorite of mine. It's a great way to get tips that you know are legit.
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Ashlee ·
Hi @Cha Mol ! Welcome to The Penny Hoarder Community! We've create an entire section dedicated to getting started here - click here to get there. The community is environment to connect with like-minded individuals for tips and support on making, saving and managing your money. I am here as your resource, let me know if I can help answer any questions you have!
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Ashlee ·
Hi @Glynda Gleaton ! Welcome to The Penny Hoarder community. This is a great place to connect with others to share your experience and get valuable tips and advice. We have created an entire guide to getting started around here ( click here to access it). I suggest posting a topic about your situation and any questions you have. Other community members can then jump in directly to share their experiences. Let me know if you have any additional questions!
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MsKimberly ·
@Glenda Gleaton I don't have a lot of bills, but my rent and other regular bills are enough. One tip would be...if you can....I don't use central heat. If I am really cold, I wear layers of clothing......lots of blankets. I use PPL for my electricity...and change suppliers frequently so that I get the lowest in cost supplier. That saves me quite a bit. My bills have been as low as 35 dollars a month in a two bedroom, two bath, one car garage townhouse. If you are having problems with your...
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MsKimberly ·
Absolutely!
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Moore Income ·
Wow what a great milestone to cross. I came on board when we were still in the hundreds and now to see over 10K members it is super exciting! It's great to see such a great community of people helping each other navigate the murky waters of finances. Looking forward to what the future has in store for the whole community. And no... I can't believe we are already in November.
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KellyFromKeene ·
Congrats on the 10K milestone! That"s awesome! And I am a planner AND a procrastinator. Depends on what I'm doing... I plan it out, and then follow through at the last minute. Sometimes Excited about the bio. Will go now to check it out.
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MsKimberly ·
@Moore Income I agree with you! That is a huge climb.
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Susan L. Miller ·
Happy November- though it is 78% in San Francisco right now. I love the Fall smells and saving money. I belong to a few local Facebook groups where I often sell or buy things that are not needed and pay very little. Marin Fleamarket, Sam's Closet, or even Freecycle. It feels good to let go of the energy in stuff and also be able to make a little money doing it. If you post regularly, with clear pics and description, your chances are excellent that your trash will be someone else's treasure!
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Reboti Kumar Mondal ·
Hello Dear, Thank you very much for your greetings email. Sincerely, Reboti On Mon, Nov 4, 2019 at 9:21 AM The Penny Hoarder Community < [email protected]> wrote:
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Re: Happy November!

AverageJoe ·
I'm not sure how many were here when I joined the Penny Hoarder Community, but I do know that it seems as if we've grown by leaps and bounds. I've met some interesting people and like having information and ideas coming in! May we continue to grow in numbers as well as in wealth.
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AverageJoe ·
@Susan L. Miller We have used Freecycle off and on for years. We got the foot and headboards for our queen-sized bed through the program. We have seen many items we no longer use go to other homes that would use them and recommend it heartily! We have also used our "Marketplace" here in our area on Facebook to buy and sell things. There are so many ways to go and programs to use! Happy selling...and as one of our mentors says "Think..and grow RICH!"
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