What work at home jobs pay more than $40,000?

Dear WAHFAQ, What kinds of jobs can I do from home and make over $40000? I have to admit, I’m a little concerned that this post is going to be accused of being “click-bait” because I have a feeling that I’m not going to answer in the way that you want me to 🙂 Here’s the deal: it really all comes back to your own skill-set. What you know how to do, and what you’re willing to learn. If you do website design, you could make $40k in your sleep. If you do Internet Marketing and understand all the joys Read More…

Which is better for work at home jobs: Macs or PCs?

Dear WAHFAQ, As a proficient Mac user, does that computer interface with most [email protected] opportunities? Thank you! All work at home jobs will require that you have some proficiency with computers and the Internet. Now, which platforms really depend on the type of work that you do!  Most of the time, if you just need access to the Internet, or if you’re using programs like the Adobe suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc) or Microsoft (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc) it really doesn’t matter if you’re on a PC or a Mac. However, certain jobs (like transcription) will require that you have Windows-based Read More…

Should you pay for a work at home job?

Dear WAHFAQ, I’ve been going through the application pipeline of a company that (potentially) hires people to do customer service from home. I’ve had one phone interview, and it looks promising, but now they want me to pay fees for a background check? Is this legit? Should I be worried? Should I pay? I tend to think that the general rule of thumb when it comes to work at home jobs is, “If you have to pay…stay away!” but even that phrase needs some clarification, as it’s a bit simplified within the complexities of the work-at-home industry. If you follow Read More…

The Difference Between Work at Home Opportunities and Work at Home Jobs

Dear WAHFAQ, I’ve been looking online for work at home jobs, and it seems like every one wants me to pay money. Are they all just scams? While you’re surfing online for “work at home” jobs, you’ll see many ads from companies that require fees to get started. Keep in mind that these types of offers aren’t necessarily scams. The company wants you to buy into an opportunity, as opposed to get hired for a job.  Granted, the company may be advertising in the wrong section…they should be under “Business Opportunities” instead of “Help Wanted” but they chose to post Read More…