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Part Time Evening Work

Adrian Said:

new mum looking for part time/evening work so i can stay at home with my son...should i work for Sainsburys?!?

We Answered:

Ahah, thats amusing, I applied for a job at sainsburys a couple of days ago :P
Go for it, my mum has worked there 12 years in the evenings and whilst we're at school, she really likes it there.

Melvin Said:

part time/evening work from home in the UK?

We Answered:

The vast majority of those "make £50/hr typing from home" jobs are not legit. Finding the one or two that are, in the vast sea of scams, is pretty close to impossible.

You can do similar work by becoming a virtual assistant. You'll be an independent contractor, self-employed, and depending on the tasks you perform you can set your own hours. VAs can choose to do whatever work they wish - you can just do transcription, or you can be more of a secretary and answer emails, make phone calls, etc. But if you're looking for "type from home", just stick with that and advertise your services to professionals who would need your skills (writers, lawyers, doctors, business owners, etc). Good luck!

Brandy Said:

A college student looking for part time evening work. Location between DeKalb and Chgo Soon to be teacher.?

We Answered:

was on yesterday so look at that site and see whats available. check also the camps are about to start up. look into nysp which is another sports program for the summer. also check out score, sylvan, places like that

Rafael Said:

Where's the best place to go to find part-time work from home jobs?

We Answered:

I've been searching myself for the past few months, I've tried afew, but to be honest, they all end up being a rip off! Rather than using the web to find any I would recomend looking through your local paper.

Kathleen Said:

I am looking for part time evening work from home--Suggestions?

We Answered:

Here are my suggestions on finding a legitimate opportunity that's right for YOU:

- Set your financial goals -- Are you just looking for extra income or a potential full-time income? How long (and hard) are you willing to work to meet your goal?

- Determine if you are looking for a JOB or a BUSINESS -- there is a distinct difference between the two and you want to focus your energies appropriately for the best results.

- If looking for a JOB, what are your marketable skills and previous experiences? If you are looking for a BUSINESS, go with your passions, things that interest and motivate you the most. Build a list and use that to begin your search. General rule of thumb: Never pay for a job (businesses, on the other hand, usually involve some expenses).

- Review your budget -- know ahead of time what you are willing and able to invest into your business, including start-up costs and ongoing maintenance and promotion.

- Find a rep to contact, check out their websites, ask questions, do your own independent research.

- I personally also check out a company's status and consumer feedback on and

Hope this info helps get you started. Best wishes!

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