Over the past 8 years I’ve had numerous jobs, always working at least two jobs to support myself and my family. I worked a wide variety of jobs too; from Pizza Delivery to Firefighting to Insurance salesperson. I’ve managed retail stores and fast food joints, and I began to realize something. That all these jobs had some basic commonalities that would, from time to time, begin to really irritate me! Now, you have to understand that because I was always looking to maximize my earning potential, my first goal was to find a high paying flexible job that would allow me to work another job. My second goal was to find a second job that paid decently for the least amount of hourly work to actually be done. The reasoning behind my second goal was because I also valued my time, it was the best way, at the time, to compromise supplemental income and time.Once I began to calculate the hours I actually was at work, away from my family; working multiple jobs, I’d realized that I had defeated my own purpose. And to add insult to injury, once I factored in the stress levels from dealing with the pressures of meeting all my bosses expectations and being discontent with my work environment (in some cases), I knew I had to find another way!It wasn’t until my wife, who’s in the military, got her first duty station, that I was pretty much forced to think outside the box for extra income. And it was she who came across an ad on the internet to work at home as a rebate processor. We spent over $300 to receive programs that gave me step by step instructions on how to do this thing called affiliate rebate processing. I’m not saying it wasn’t worth the money, (I made that much back after my first week of doing it!) but here’s what I didn’t know then: some of the same kind of work is done under different names i.e. Data Entry Specialist.So Here is what I found: While some sites offer a wide network to broaden your possibilities of working for a company more suitable to you, and even provide a twenty-four hour/ seven days a week support system designed to take you to the “next level”, it usually costs a bit more. However, there are low-cost start-up programs that offer a great deal of help in getting you started and even offer additional help and support further along to get you the the “next level”, but usually for an additional cost!
25 11月 2012