Warning about Tjobs.com!

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The warning about Tjobs.com is that it's actually a legitimate work at home resource! Isn't that a surprise? Tjobs.com has been providing legitimate work from home jobs for over 11 years. That's an eternity online people! They're one of the leading resources for telecommuting jobs on the web. As a result, they are a very established company with little complaints or claims of being a scam or ripoff.

Their website design is antiquated but it's very simple and easy to get around. Unlike many other work at home resources you won't find a lot of google ads or other website advertisements to clutter the job finding process.

But because this website isn't supported by ads you the job seeker is expected to cough up $15 per year to gain full access to the job descriptions and how to apply. So I think for many job seekers this may be a turn off. The other problem is that you can't do a search for jobs by keywords like you would expect in traditional job websites. But they do organize the jobs in some nice and easy categories as listed below:

Artists, Desktop Publishers
& Photographers

Data Entry, Transcription


Programmers, IT


Web Designers


Other Skills

Freelance Projects

My final minor gripe about Tjobs.com is like Wahm.com they have fluid rules when it comes to which advertisers are accepted on their website. But that's their right as the owner. So I can't really knock them for that.

All and all I think Tjobs.com is a great work from home website. I loved it more when it was free back in the days. But if you're one of those people that hate the ads on the other free work at home resources then Tjobs.com may be for you.

But for most there are free alternatives such as:

All the sites above are updated daily and best of all they're free! Granted you'll have to deal with a lot of ads but the ads aren't intrusive like pop ups or pop unders. At the end of the day I would argue that most would think that dealing with a website with ads is better than paying money to find a job. I know how that rubs work at home seekers the wrong way!

But despite the minor fee, I would highly recommend Tjobs.com for your work at home search process.

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