Work at Home Now: The No-nonsense Guide to Finding Your Perfect Home-based Job, Avoiding Scams, and Making a Great Living

Work at Home Now: The No-nonsense Guide to Finding Your Perfect Home-based Job, Avoiding Scams, and Making a Great Living

Work at Home Now: The No-nonsense Guide to Finding Your Perfect Home-based Job, Avoiding Scams, and Making a Great Living

“Work At Home Now is the ultimate guide for teleworkers. Its smart, practical advice and trove of great resources and tips will be valuable to anyone hoping for the freedom and challenge of working at home.”
–Daniel H. Pink, author of Free Agent Nation and A Whole New Mind

“America’s ultimate expert on work at home”
–Woman’s World Magazine, on Christine Durst

“A must-read for anyone considering a home-based job.”
–Fortune Magazine, on The 2-Second Commute

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3 Responses to “Work at Home Now: The No-nonsense Guide to Finding Your Perfect Home-based Job, Avoiding Scams, and Making a Great Living”

  1. Cathryn Z. Wilson "grammarista" says:
    102 of 104 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    No-nonsense book of valuable resources for working at home, December 29, 2009
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    Cathryn Z. Wilson “grammarista” (Tucson, AZ USA) –
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    This review is from: Work at Home Now: The No-nonsense Guide to Finding Your Perfect Home-based Job, Avoiding Scams, and Making a Great Living (Paperback)
    I’ve been a long-time fan of the authors’ website, the RatRaceRebellion, and when I had an opportunity to read their newest book, I jumped on it. I’ve read lots of “work at home” books, and they all said basically the same things. Durst’s and Haaren’s new book doesn’t dwell on the same old things that are in the other books; instead, it jumps right to the heart of what all new home-based workers want to know – where to find work. Not only do the authors list a multitude of websites offering work-at-home opportunities, they’ve checked out every one of the websites, plus they’ve organized the listing into job types (they’ve included categories such as “merchandiser” and “notary” that are more “work FROM home). They’ve even included a category of websites for work in the “adult” industry (if you’re so inclined)!
    The authors have also done a great job showing readers how to do effective Google and Craigslist searches for work, and they tell what to look for in order to avoid scams.
    All in all, this is a very well-written and extremely well-organized book about how to find a good home-based job and avoid all the scams out there. I highly recommend it!

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  2. R. K. King says:
    64 of 73 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Some good tips but not a lot of useful places, September 21, 2010
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    R. K. King (Indiana, USA) –
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    This review is from: Work at Home Now: The No-nonsense Guide to Finding Your Perfect Home-based Job, Avoiding Scams, and Making a Great Living (Paperback)
    I bought “Work at Home Now” because I’m struggling with getting well after surgery and would love to make some money from home. Unfortunately, so would tons of other people. Work at home now has some useful tips at the beginning, like search phrases to use to avoid the scams, and how to spot legit opportunities. The most helpful sections show websites by job-type available. Note: Many of the websites listed require experience in a specific field. I have business clerical experience, and there aren’t many jobs out there for people with my skill set. I have applied where I could, and have heard nothing. Also, many of the sites don’t have positions open right now, and aren’t likely to for some time. The long and the short of it? Borrow this book from a friend or the library. It’s a good general reference, but you will likely only have about 10 places to which you can apply, and probably won’t hear from them for the next year or two.

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  3. Cris Matthews says:
    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    How I spell R-E-L-I-E-F, February 10, 2010
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    Cris Matthews
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    This review is from: Work at Home Now: The No-nonsense Guide to Finding Your Perfect Home-based Job, Avoiding Scams, and Making a Great Living (Paperback)
    More than ever, folks grasp for any life raft floating in economically choppy waters, making fodder for scam artists of all kinds. This book is not only a legitimate life ring, it also helps us ward off those eager opportunists.

    Seldom have I read a how-to book that contains worthwhile information from beginning to end. A kind of toolkit, the book is logically organized, clearly written in non-technical terms. Although there are no guarantees of employment, everything readers need to have a decent chance at finding meaningful work-at-home is at their fingertips.

    Disability ended my rat race career, but my mouth and brain work just fine. I’ve spent a lot of time looking for telecommuting positions, easily finding scams, but few legit opportunities. Although, through reading Durst and Haaren’s ratracerebellion newsletter, I trusted the authors’ credentials, I doubted the book would present anything more than warmed over, rehashed advice. I was truly flabbergasted by just how many possibilites there are for someone with a lifetime of skills and a long work history. I can look foward to being useful again. For that, this book is priceless.

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