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Data-Entry Jobs: Very Popular Work from Home Opportunities

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Isaac Klein is the CEO of Home Office Careers and NGM Media LLC. As an internet entrepreneur, Isaac is always creating innovative ways to better help people and businesses. In his spare time he enjoys; being with family, playing sports and helping several charitable organizations.

Data-Entry Jobs are among the most popular work from home opportunities for online employment. In this article I will share proprietary research and show how data-entry jobs are so popular and why. Data-Entry Jobs online are among the most sought after positions for work from home. I know this to be true for these 3 reasons: i) As CEO of Home Office Careers I am in a unique position to see the real time demand from our thousands of members seeking jobs, ii) using the keyword difficulty tools from MOZ, I was able to determine that data-entry jobs is one of the top 5 most frequently searched careers on Google & Bing search engines, iii) the search engine ads used for Home Office Careers in Google Adwords and Microsoft Bing marketing accounts, receive more impressions than most other career industries.

The following 3 data points explain why Data-Entry Jobs are among the Most Popular Work from Home Opportunities;

  1. Home Office Careers offers job concierge and career guidance services to its members in addition to providing personalized customer service. These 3 features provide great insight into exactly what home office workers are looking for. Over recent months we have been keeping track of the job seeker demand for our various types of jobs. Very frequently we have inquires for data-entry jobs, more so than most other types of work from home.

 

  1. Data-Entry Jobs, is one of the top 5 most searched keyword terms on Google. I came to this result by doing keyword frequency searches in the MOZ pro marketing platform. This tool shows how frequently keywords are used on searches in Google. By testing all of the major job categories, (like those featured on Home Office Careers Job Search page), through the keyword difficulty tool, I discovered the keyword term “Data-Entry Jobs” were among the 5 most searched career opportunities.

 

Keyword difficulty results for Google using MOZ research tools;

 

Human resources jobs   18,100

Customer service jobs     18,100

Accounting Jobs               18,100

Data entry jobs              14,800

Marketing jobs                  12,100

 

  • Home Office Careers proudly works with Microsoft’s Bing advertising and Google’s Adwords. These companies provide Home Office Careers with the ability to create ads which are featured throughout their search engine results. For example, if you went to Bing or Google search and you type; “data-entry jobs”, you will likely see the ads for Home Office Careers. What we have discovered, is that there are more impressions for the keyword terms, “data-entry jobs”, than there were for other career opportunities with similar keyword bids.

 

Over the last 30 days, (October 2015) in Adwords and in Bing;

The top 5 most ad impressions for a specific job category:

 

Google             Bing

Data entry             447,741       262,725

Customer service 172,628        573,424

Admin & Clerical  151,860        225,915

Healthcare              42,371           310,221

Marketing              47,325            160,719

 

Data-Entry Jobs: Popular work from home opportunities

 

The results from our ads is not a direct indication of Adwords overall keyword potential for each career category, and there are other factors with our marketing account that affect these results, such as; the quality score, the amount we are bidding per keyword and our competitors. But with that being said, there is a clear sign of high demand for data entry opportunities compared with dozens of other career categories.

 

Why are Data-Entry Jobs so Popular?

In my opinion, based on the research and based on over 10 years working in the career industry, the reason is more based on job seekers perception of the data-entry jobs than is the reality of the work itself. In other words, people search and request these jobs because they think they are easy and good to have. Whereas, the reality is, there are not many of the easy data entry jobs available and most others are part of another industry, like data entry for healthcare or the legal field.

Job seekers search for data-entry work because they hope it will be an easy, mindless job, copying data. While we do have jobs like this at Home Office careers, we find that most data entry opportunities require some experience and industry knowledge. Compared with other beginner’s jobs, like online customer service or writing, we see fewer data-entry job posts by employers. So with very high demand and less supply, needless to say, these opportunities get filled quickly.

I was surprised to find that data-entry jobs are among the most popular work from home opportunities. The average salary is only $34K a year based on Simply Hired’s salary calculator, and I would imagine much of the daily duties of these roles, is somewhat repetitive and boring. I was expecting writing or media jobs to be the more popular work from home opportunities.

 

What are Data-Entry Jobs?

Data Entry workers enter information into computers so offline information can be stored and accessed digitally from anywhere. WiseGeek.com makes a good point that most data entry work does not require a post-secondary degree for most roles, but being fast at typing and being detail oriented is helpful. There are a few lists and charts floating around about the requirements needed, you can download one from ITTSystems.com and get a bird’s eye view on what is available. The most common fields for these positions include the healthcare and medical industry, finance, legal, retail and information industries.

The healthcare industry is a well-known source for creating data-entry opportunities. Any information that originates on either paper, like doctor’s notes, or patient information forms, gets added to digital information systems on computers. Medical offices and hospitals must digitize their patient information, thereby creating a constant demand for these types of workers. Getting certification for medical coding and transcription is recommended, as it is any easy and relatively inexpensive certification that should surely payoff in the long run. Experienced medical coders and transcriptionists frequently go into business for themselves, building virtual medical transcription businesses that can be lucrative.

The financial industry has many different categories, but more specifically the sectors in finance that have data-entry positions include; accounting, banking, mortgages and just about anything where people fill out forms in writing that need to be digitized for the financial institution. Once the information is added to a database in the computer, different branches and departments can access the information.

The legal industry has a demand for legal transcriptionists whose duties include entering verbally recorded information from; meetings, mediations, arbitrations, depositions and more onto the digital system. Like the healthcare or financial industries, legal information needs to be stored and accessed by computer. The legal transcriptionist facilitates these services.

The retail industry deals with a lot of products that need to be digitally inventoried and managed. However, in retail many goods are delivered with paper invoices and records, that need to be entered into the retailers system, typically to have the items SKU number be registered to the POS (point of sale) system, so when the cashier rings up the items during checkout, the item will be recognized by the POS and added to the customer’s bill. Depending on the sophistication and digital infrastructure of the retailer, will depend on what is needed to be entered from one company to the next.

Information based businesses like consulting companies that perform offline surveys and market research use data-entry workers to input offline consumer polls into a database where the information can be organized into meaningful reports. Consultants and reporters use these reports to help guide businesses or inform and educate the public through news.

While some industries have more demand for this position than others, almost every type of business has at least some data or information that is offline, on paper or audio recording that needs to be input online where it could better managed, accessed and stored. The best example of this is a typical business’s accounts receivable and payable. When a business receives a check, or sends a check, this information typically gets entered into an accounting program on the businesses computer, this is true for most businesses small or large.

 

Where can Data-Entry Jobs be found?

The best place I recommend for finding data-entry jobs is the same advice I give for finding any job, and that is; on the employers’ websites. That may seem obvious, but most people don’t think to look for jobs on hiring companies’ websites, and understandably so – because how would a job seekers know which companies website to begin with, there are millions of businesses, how is one to determine who has the availability. I always advise job seekers, that if they have the time, research the ideal companies you would dream about working for, and then go to their websites and look for their career page. While this technique may be time consuming, it could pay off with you landing your dream job.

If you don’t have a lot of time to research your favorite brands’ career pages for your ideal home work opportunity, then you should check some of the major career websites, notably the job aggregators like Indeed or Link Up, this way you can see posts from multiple career sites in one shot. If you are looking for a work from home opportunity, be sure to include keywords in your job search like; telecommute or work-at-home or remote position, so that your results are relevant. The convenience of a major job aggregator like Indeed or Link Up, is that they pull listings from companies’ websites, not from other job boards. These sites are helpful for finding onsite positions, but not so helpful when searching for home-office positions. The reason for this, is that the big career sites are only using software to create the job search results. They match keywords in the job posts to the keywords used in your job search request. Unfortunately this tends to create a lot of results that are not highly relevant or real work-at-home positions.

If you are unable to find data entry work through your own research or through the major reputable career websites, then you should consider using a specialized work-at-home career service like; Home Office Careers, to help you find that perfect ‘at home’ position. What sets Home Office careers apart from the big career sites, is that a manual, human screening process is used to verify positions for relevancy and quality instead of software performing keyword matches.

Gaining home-office or remote employment for data entry jobs is much more difficult than getting an onsite position. While some recruitment professionals recommend temp agencies and job placement companies, I never recommend these services because a large percentage of your income goes to the hiring agency instead of you. Or, the hiring agency passes their large fees onto the employer which is not good for your long run chances with the employer.

Data-Entry Scams and phony business opportunities are common for this industry. I think, that fact, into itself, is yet another indication of the huge popularity for these remote positions. In other words, you don’t hear much about work scams in industries with little popularity, like analysts or translations. When is the last time you heard a warning about work at home analyst job scams? Probably never – the point is an industry is especially popular when the scammers attempt to come in. To avoid falling for a data-entry job scam, use common sense, make sure the positions are being offered by a reputable business that you can easily learn more about online. If you have found a position online but you are unsure if it’s a real opportunity, then please contact us at Home Office Careers and our verification team will gladly screen the opportunity for you for free.

In summary, data-entry jobs are among the most popular work from home opportunities for online employment. While I am personally a bit surprised by the results of my research, I understand why these positions are so popular. Beyond the obvious easiness of many of these roles, there is an allure to this type of work, which is rarely seen in most industries. Watch out for the fake opportunities, if you are not sure about an opportunity that you have found online, the job researchers and customer support team at HomeOfficecareers.com will be happy to screen the position for you.

 

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Have you ever searched for a data-entry job online? What was it like for you?

Please share your experience below.

84 Responses to “Data-Entry Jobs: Very Popular Work from Home Opportunities”

  1. missmel416@gmail.com' Melissa Haering says:

    I tried doing this several years ago. What I was sent were photocopied pages from a phone book. The print was so tiny I could barely read it much less enter into the database. I returned the documents and told the company that is was not what I was looking for.

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hi Melissa,

      I am sorry to hear about your lousy first work from home job, these things happen.

      Here at Home Office Careers – all jobs are screened for quality assurance before being posted, to protect our members from bad employers and scams.

      Start by registering on our signup page.

      thank for commenting

  2. tonnidgghs.15@gmail.com' Sanjida tonny says:

    please give me the job.. i need this job badly
    . please sir its my request.. I assure u that i will do my work properly

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Sanjida,

      First, Home Office Careers is not hiring, we are a career website that helps serious home-based workers like yourself find real work from home jobs, that have been screened through our unique double verification system. Job seekers search our available jobs and use our premium services which include; Career Guidance, Job Concierge Services and personalized help.

      The first step is to sign up and register, then begin searching for jobs.

      thanks for commenting!

  3. lwebbee@yahoo.com' Emma Webb says:

    I don’t have a website at this time I would to do data entry at home so I can be home with grandchildren. Hope I can work for you

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Emma,

      Good news – you don’t need a website!

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs and when you are ready to apply, you will need to upgrade to premium membership.

      thanks for commenting!

  4. SSullivan11652@msn.com' Susan Sullivan says:

    I am interested in a data-entry job.

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Susan,

      We have 11 open positions right now for Data-Entry. We get new offers frequently but they go fast, so be sure to check in daily here at HomeOfficeCareers until you start working.

      You can get started for free by creating your profile and then you can preview the jobs. Once you have found a position you want to apply for, you will need to upgrade your membership to premium.

      Thanks for Commenting

  5. rogerhogrebe@yahoo.com' Diana Hogrebe says:

    Thank You

  6. deepavaishu@yahoo.com' Deepika says:

    Hi,
    I am interested in this job, please let me know more about this job.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Deepika.

  7. meagain48@yahoo.com' Melanie Zelem says:

    This is what I am looking for. I have 45 years of office experience and recently retired. So I just need some extra income. Being detail oriented and typing are two of my best skills. I would prefer to work for a company, rather than be on my own. I want something part-time, I don’t want it to take up all my time (after all I am retired!). If you can help me get something like this it would be most appreciated.

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Melanie,

      Sounds like you have a lot of experience and many employers would benefit in having you work for them.

      We have many part time positions.

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs and when you are ready to apply, you will need to upgrade to premium membership.

      To get started, go to our “Sign Up” page or “home page” to learn more.

      thanks for commenting!

  8. miadearmin@gmail.con' Mia De-"Armin says:

    I’ve been looking for at home data entry or customer service jobs. Where can I apply? I live just outside of Allentown, Pa.

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hi Mia,

      I know Allentown, I have passed through a few times over the years, a very beautiful part of the country. Where you live typically doesn’t matter for thees jobs, but always be sure to check when you apply.

      We have over 200 positions available in Customer Support.

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs – good luck!

      thanks for commenting!

  9. alexisyoung@optonline.net' Alexis Young says:

    Interested in data entry work from home

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Alexis,

      We have 11 open data-entry positions, but we also have over 1,200 other jobs some of which may appeal to you.

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs and when you are ready to apply, you will need to upgrade to premium membership.

      thanks for commenting!

  10. billing4allofu@yahoo.com' Pam G says:

    …very frustrating. Have over the top qualifications in the medical billing field, have owned and operated my own billing service for 13+ years. Would like to find a telecommute data entry position but have had no luck…. finding a position is not as easy as most of you have led us to believe!! It can become quite discouraging after a while!

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Pam,

      I deeply sympathize with your frustration and I am confident our services can help you.

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs and when you are ready to apply, you will need to upgrade to premium membership. Also, included in the premium membership is our Job Concierge and Career Guidance Services which are personalized support services that I think you would benefit from, to make sure we find that ‘right’ job for you.

      To get started, go to our “Sign Up” page or “home page” to learn more.

  11. waynebibby09@aol.com' wayne bibby says:

    i really need a job i’m disabled

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hi Wayne,

      We have over a thousand screened work from home positions waiting to be filled by serious candidates like you.

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs and when you are ready to apply, you will need to upgrade to premium membership.

      Because you mentioned you have a disability, we offer a substantial discount for the following:

      1. U.S. Military personnel (active & retired) and their families
      2. Seniors (age 62+) and students
      3. Persons with disabilities
      4. Single Parents raising children alone
      5. Foster Parents, Big Brother/Sister & Volunteers helping children

      6. Community Service (at least 5 hours per month)
      7. Financial Hardship (If current household income is $24K or less, or you are in debt or other financial distress)

      Once you are ready to upgrade to premium, use this link which will direct you to our special maximum discounts page:
      https://homeofficecareers.com/jobs/membership/discount2.php

      Thanks for commenting!

  12. mdpiper2002@yahoo.com' Michelle Hazzard says:

    Information please

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Michelle,

      We have over 1,000 manually screened work at home jobs available on our website.

      You can get started for free by creating your profile and then you can preview the jobs. Once you have found a position you want to apply for, you will need to upgrade your membership to premium.

      Thanks for Commenting

  13. melsie2012@gmail.com' Melanie Cerino says:

    How much does the “upgrade to premium” cost and what exactly does this upgrade to for someone?

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Melanie,

      Premium membership is $19.99 a month, 3 months is $39.99, 6 months is $59.99 and 12 months is $99.99.

      Premium membership allows you to apply to as many jobs as you want using our service. Our free, basic membership allows you to create your profile and search the jobs to make sure our service is a match for your interests. Included in the premium membership is our Job Concierge and Career Guidance Services which are personalized support services that I think you would benefit from, to make sure we find that ‘right’ job for you.

      To get started, go to our “Sign Up” page or “home page” to learn more.

      Thanks for Commenting – Good questions!

  14. byrd0616@yahoo.com' Kimberly Williams says:

    Looking for an at home data entry to supplement my regular job. Work for USPS from 7-noon. Need something to fill my afternoons. Very efficient in typing & 10 key.

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Kimberly,

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs and when you are ready to apply, you will need to upgrade to premium membership.

      To get started, go to our “Sign Up” page or “home page” to learn more.

      thanks for commenting!

  15. asgharkhan48@yahoo.com' Muhammad Asghar Khan says:

    Dear Sir ,

    I am 64y electrical engineer looking for a suitable
    work home job seriously .I have four children . Kindly can you recommend a suitable home job for me

    Thanks & Regards

    Asghar Khan
    Jeddah
    Saudi Arabia

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Muhammad,

      I can tell you with confidence that we do not have many electrical engineering jobs for telecommuters. You will want to consider some of the available industries for work from home.

      Also, please be advised, that some of the employers require US work permits, I see you are from Saudi Arabia, so please be sure to check with each employer to make sure that’s ok with them.

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs and when you are ready to apply, you will need to upgrade to premium membership.

      To get started, go to our “Sign Up” page or “home page” to learn more.

      thanks for commenting!

  16. mycrokot@gmail.com' Gideon Frimpong says:

    My name is Frimpong Gideon.

    I have acquired my first degree in Geomatic Engineering at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, and also a Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Computing with Advance Information Technology Institute of the Kofi Annan Center of Excellence.

    I am interested in the part-time jobs advertised. Thank you.

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Frimpong,

      It sounds like you have an impressive education. To search work from home positions on our site, you just need to create an account and start searching.

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs and when you are ready to apply, you will need to upgrade to premium membership.

      To get started, go to our “Sign Up” page or “home page” to learn more.

      thanks for commenting!

  17. pat.pastrana07@yahoo.com' Patricia says:

    HELLO, My name is Patricia and from El Paso, Texas. But right now I’m staying with my daughter and grandkids in Killeen, Texas. And I been looking for a Home Jobs. I like typing, putting info for works to read and see. Please help me get a job a like doing at home. Thank you…….

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Patricia,

      my sincerest apologies not replying sooner, we had a glitch preventing me from seeing comments.
      We have over a thousand screened work from home positions waiting to be filled by serious candidates like you.

      To get started, go to our “Sign Up” page

      Thanks for commenting

  18. adill05@hotmail.com' Arlene DIllon says:

    Please send me info about thisjob.

    • Isaac Klein says:

      hello Arlene,

      We have hundreds of new screened work from home positions waiting to be filled by serious candidates like you.

      To get started, go to our “home page” to learn more.

      Good Luck

  19. billieannking@att.net' Billie king says:

    Im interested

  20. I would be interested in at home office career.

  21. kplake2011@yahoo.com' Kelly says:

    I am a certified Medical Transcriptionist and there are not that many jobs in this field. The medical transcription is a dying industry and has been for quite some time. Most hospitals and physicians have switched to voice recognition software programs or EMR. Please do not waste your time in getting a Medical Transcription certification! Medicare and Medicaid even require EMR now. Just trying to save someone some time and effort.

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Kelly,

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs and to get started, go to our “Sign Up” page to learn more.

      thank you

  22. bevelyn2k@gmail.com' Bevelyn says:

    This job available in canada?

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Bevelyn,

      While all positions we post are for work from home, most jobs require US work permits. We do have some jobs that can hire people from anywhere, but you will need to carefully check each position to make sure it’s available to you.

      Thanks for commenting

  23. rmransom94@gmail.com' Rhael Ransom says:

    HI, I’m Ray,

    I am about to be a mother at the age of 21 and I have very little experience in the employment world. I have gotten a wonderful job (my first) working with intellectually disabled adults but I am having a harder time making it to work not only because of my growing belly but I have no car. I take the bus and bike the rest of the way. I dropped out of high school. I have a home and a computer and internet for now. Can I find a job working at home, preferably not selling things or talking with people on the phone.

    Thank you for the response in advance!

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hi Rhael,

      Thank you for commenting and good luck with your pregnancy!

      You would certainly benefit from a home-based job, especially once your child comes, so you don’t have to miss out to make a living.

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs and when you are ready to apply, you will need to upgrade to premium membership. Also, included in the premium membership is our Job Concierge and Career Guidance Services which are personalized support services.

      To get started, go to our “Sign Up” page

  24. odettesteil@gmail.com' Jason says:

    I’ve been surfing online greater than three hours nowadays, but I
    by no means discovered any attention-grabbing article like yours.
    It is pretty value sufficient for me. In my
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    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Jason,

      Your comment has to be the nicest thing anyone has to me about these articles I have recently started to write. I feel very encouraged by what you have said and I hope you will check in weekly and read our new articles.

      Thanks again – you made my day!

  25. wolf-babygirl@hotmail.com' Melba Hince says:

    Would like to know how I can get a job doing this since I stay at home would love to do something like this please can I have more information on it.

    Thank You

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Melba,

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs

      To get started, go to our “Sign Up” page

      thanks for commenting

  26. penney1treat@yahoo.com' Patricia says:

    I am looking for a data entry position to supplement my income

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Patricia,

      We have hundreds of work from home positions waiting to be filled by serious candidates like you.

      To get started, go to our “home page” to learn more.

      thanks

  27. xtc80909@yahoo.com' CHRISTINA DODSON says:

    HI , MY NAME IS CHRISTINA I AM LOOKING TO WORK AT HOME. IT LOOKS INTERESTING BUT HOW DO I KNOW THIS IS NOT SCAM? PLEASE LET ME KNOW HOW THIS IS NOT SAM LKE THE REST I AHAVE COME ACROSS.

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Christina,

      I would recommend you create your free basic profile, and then search through our jobs and when you are ready to apply, you will need to upgrade to premium membership. Also, included in the premium membership is our Job Concierge and Career Guidance Services which are personalized support services.

      thanks for commenting

  28. sotheabaig@yahoo.com' Sothea says:

    Hello, my name is Sothea I use to work from home I like it a lot but I got lay off on March 18 2016. the company move to india now I need a job that I can work from home again I hope you can help me thanks.

    • Isaac Klein says:

      hello Sothea,

      I am very sorry to hear about your recent unemployment, but I am glad that you found our service.

      We have typically over a thousand work from home positions waiting to be filled, so I would suggest that you start by creating a basic free account, and then when you are ready to apply or use our full services, upgrade to premium.

      Good luck

  29. patricinals09@aol.com' Leah Small says:

    I am looking for a data entry job that requires me to work from home. I want something that is challenging and I would love to make a career out of it. I love helping people. I believe that is my calling.

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Leah,

      I like that you want to help people. It would be my recommendation that you consider some other fields in addition to Data-Entry, like working for non-profits or doing customer support.

      thanks for your comments

  30. bennettaretha403@yahoo.com' Aretha Bennett says:

    Yes, I agree data entry is the most popular work from home position. I have been trying for years to get a data entry working from home position. I have not been successful yet I have spent money for feesjust to apply for the position and it hasnot worked yet. I always see people using computers in n different fast food resturants whom make working from home look so easy. I have not been fortunate yet. What am I doing wrong. I know that I have not previous data entry experience, but with training I know that I can do the work like all your other work from employees. I do possess a professional secretary training in legal and medical. I am willing to try if someone would just give me a chance.

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Aretha,

      Getting a real work from home job is not as hard as you might think. data Entry jobs can be competitive, so when you sign up with Home Office Careers, be sure to use our Career Assistance service to get personalized career recommendations. There are many other great jobs aside from Data-Entry – many of which are also going to pay you more.

      Thanks for commenting and good luck

  31. Khouse402@gmail.com' Kieralynn says:

    Is this Legit ? Not something that will take your money or sell your info?

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Kieralynn,

      Home Office Careers is absolutely a legitimate company helping thousands of people start real work from home careers. Our members contact information is always kept secure and private and never sold.

      thank you for commenting and sharing your concerns!

    • Alan Klein says:

      Hi Kleiralynn – We never sell our members’ info and respect their privacy. We are the largest and fastest growing employment service dedicated 100% to work from home jobs. We invest in a research team that screens every job offer for validity before it’s posted. And satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.

  32. Hello,my name is MarQuita Dixon mother of four and im looking for a at home job thats legit and successful.where i can grow with the company learn new things stay active and also make money so can someone reach out to with a link to apply

    • Isaac Klein says:

      Hello Marquita,

      Please create your free account at: homeofficecareers.com

      then start searching for jobs and keep applying until you start work!

      thanks for commenting

  33. Am interested in this job how do l go about it

    • Alan Klein says:

      Hi Memory – we appreciate your interest in Home Office Careers, but want you to understand that we are not an employers. We are a service that posts job offers so our members can apply to the jobs. To learn more, go to our Web site at http://www.homeofficecareers.com. We help thousands of people like you find work from home jobs. If you have not yet joined, sign up today as a free Basic member and start learning how to Search for Jobs, use our Resume Builder service and go to our Career Resources where there are dozens of highly informative articles that can help you. You can also request additional information by using the Contact Us form on our Web site, or in sending an email to info@homeofficecareers.com
      All the best,

  34. teresadunn850@gmail.com' Teresa Dunn says:

    For those of us looking at these jobs and wanting to apply, it’s not so easy to come up with the money to pay for the upgrade. Every time I look at these jobs someone somewhere is wanting to be played fire something. I understand you are a business, but if we’d can look at some of the jobs for free why can’t we apply for some of them for free? Because we don’t get to see all of them if we’d don’t upgrade anyway.

    • Alan Klein says:

      Hi Teresa – We have to charge a small monthly fee for Premium membership to help offset the costs we incur in finding and screening the job offers that we post. We have a team of professional researchers who find the jobs and verify they are legitimate jobs from honest companies.

      And it’s not true that Basic members cannot see all the job offers – you can see the over 1,000 jobs we post, the same access as Premium members.

      We hope you will give us a chance to help you land a great work from home job!

  35. jyoshna_ks@yahoo.co.in' jyoshna says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    My self jyoshna sanam,completed my M.C.A, worked as a software test engineer for 6 years.I am looking for some work from home oppurtunities.Please do the needful.

    Thanks,
    Jyoshna

  36. jame.bladen@yahoo.com' Anthony says:

    Some times its a pain in the ass to read what blog owners
    wrote but this site is real user pleasant!

  37. Srivastava_ark@yahoo.com' Anoop Kumar Srivastava says:

    Hi,
    I am interested in this job, please let me know more about this job.
    Thanks & Regards,
    Anoop
    Mobile: +91 8860004240

    • Alan Klein says:

      Hi Anoop – we appreciate your interest in Home Office Careers. Please sign up as a free Basic member so you can learn how to use our service and be able to see the over 1,000 work from home jobs we post.

  38. r_mejia_07@hotmail.com' Yolanda L Mejia says:

    Please send me information about the home job opportunity, thank you, Yolanda

  39. emdoescrw@gmail.com' Emevie says:

    Can you pls help me find a data entry job or any available job that suits my qualification. I have created a basic profile.

    Thank you

    • Alan Klein says:

      Hi Emevie – Welcome to Home Office Careers. As a free Basic member you are now able to see all of our job offers, including Data-Entry & Typing. Also search in other categories where data-entry jobs may be “hiden” – these include Assistant, Business, Consultant and Human Resources. Be sure to take the time to look through the job offer descriptions.

  40. kathivinci@gmail.com' HeelLifts says:

    Hi! This is my first comment here so I just wanted
    to give a quick shout out and say I really enjoy reading
    your blog posts. Can you suggest any other blogs/websites/forums
    that deal with the same subjects? Thank you!

    • Alan Klein says:

      Hi – Thanks for your appreciation of our blogs. Our own members’ survey confirms that they think our blogs and podcasts are the best so we encourage you to go through them all!
      Best of success,

  41. mslady1846@ymail.com' Stephanie Yarbrough says:

    Hi, I am looking for a work from home job. I am currently in nursing school and I need something part time. Do you have any open positions?

    • Alan Klein says:

      Hi Stephanie – Good to hear from you. I suggest checking the 100 jobs currently posted in the Healthcare category (go to the Search Jobs page). There should be offers relevant to your nursing training.
      Alan

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