Top 5 Free Work At Home Job Sites For 2008

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As the New Year is quickly coming upon us, it's time to start thinking about what you would like to achieve for 2008. People make a lot of resolutions, going on diets, saving more money, getting out of debt, etc. But one resolution that stands the test of time is the one of career advancement. Everyone always wants to advance in their current job or find a better paying one. So we've decided to help you get 2008 started right by providing you some great work at home job resources to achieve your goal of working at home in 2008.

I've been in the work at home field since I was in college and I'm 30 something now. So I've seen a lot in terms of the work at home world. I basically got started in this industry because I was scammed. My site has been cited numerous times as a resource to help people avoid scams by many major publications. No I'm not tooting my own horn. I just want you to be aware of my experience and why it gives me some insight as to what makes a great work at home resource versuses a some web page thrown up to push clickbank products. (No offense to those websites.). Too often people assume that the websites in the top of the search engine results are the best. This is true for certain industries but not all. Search engines can get it really right or really wrong depending how their algorithms are working that given day, week or month.

As a result of this I've come up with some basic standards of what makes up a top notch work at home job site. They are as follows:

> Does said work at home website provide legitimate work from home job leads?

> Is said work at home website updated with new jobs regularly (Meaning daily or weekly)?

> Does said work at home website research the job leads to the best of their ability?

> Is said work at home website membership free?

> Is said work at home website totally free to the work at home seekers?
So based on these standards, I have come up with a list of work at home websites that I think fits many or all of the characteristics listed above. Again this is my opinion. If you don't like it, tough luck! No just kidding. I'd be very interested in hearing your opinion so include your comments below this post.

And with no further delay here is my list of the Top 5 Free Work At Home Job Sites for 2007 in no particular order:






So that's my list. All of these website do a great job of keeping their jobs updated and researched. They also manage to be profitable by balancing their ads with the jobs which is what keeps these sites free to work at home seekers. And more importantly you don't have to jump through hoops to access their free work from home job resources. I've seen some other sites that had real potential but then they force you to sign up for a membership or pay a fee. I understand the logic behind it but based on the standards I set up for this list, they didn't make the cut because of it. The sites listed above are well known in their industry so you won't read a lot of complaints about these sites being a scam, rip off or fraud. They are all legit.

Let me know what you think.

29 thoughts on “Top 5 Free Work At Home Job Sites For 2008”

  1. Today is March 8, 2012.   Is this Top Five List still valid today?   I feel fortunate I stumbled across your sight.   I lost my job and have so much work energy and skill and hope to find something   very soon.

  2. I have begun a Successful launch with an online business. After almost 20 years of training i’m still not at the level of expertise i should be at. But with promising effort and affordable help i will soon reach my full potential and capability. Thanks for the readings i have found them intriguing and helpful a bit.

  3. Hi Eddy!

    I found your website about a month ago and I have been reading what others have to say. I have been following the websites you have mentioned and I feel really excited to start working at home. I have been a teacher for 20 years and I am trying to find a way to make extra money. Your website is fantastic! It’s great to find someone who has found success and is willing to share it with others. I saw the various videos you have done to give a jumpstart on getting starting. Thanks for all you do. I am starting to joing you top 5 list. Since I just started, I will have to let you know how things go. Any other suggestions for me?


  4. I am a tired nurse. 35 years of working 10-12hr. days. I am very bright and love telecomuting, which i have done off and on. However, since I also had an antique business and used my current email I have learned more about thw word SCAM than I want to know. This is the first web site I have found, related to telecommute jobs, tha actually tells me what is up with SCAMS right out front and offers options for free, honest telecommute jobs offerings. Thanks, Mary

    • You’re welcome Mary!
      I’m glad you found us. I’m sure as you continue to read through my blog you’ll find some great options for you. I’m just happy you didn’t give up and you’re here now.
      Good luck.

  5. Thank you for the site, I gained a lot of info from it, I have been out of work for some months and have spent money on rip offs, I know ,should know better but desperation drives sometimes, so it was refreshing to check out your site , I hope from this info I may be able to make a living ,or am I still dreaming, I don’t expect to be a millionaire I just want to stay afloat.

    • You’re welcome Rob.
      Don’t feel too bad about the money wasted on the rip offs. Sadly it’s a right passage that many of us had gone through before finding success. You just need to learn from those lessons and build on it. I would encourage you to visit my scam page if you haven’t already. Watch the video listed there, read the articles and comments and scams will be the last thing you have to worry about:

      By the way you can also check out the following page to help you with your goal of earning a living:

      Don’t worry you have options. It’s just a matter of taking advantage of them and educating yourself on scams so you avoid them.

      Hope this helps.

  6. Hi Eddy!
    I discovered your website by accident and I am glad that I did. I am a recent unemployed lady and am looking into some work at home jobs. This is a first for me and I am a little apprehensive. I have tried this before and was scammed. I hope to learn much from you.

    • Hi Doell,

      Well I’m happy you found our site even if it was by accident. It’s one that will help you tremendously in avoiding being scammed again and finding legitimate job leads.
      Like you most of us have been scammed as well. But scams are very easy to avoid if you watch my scam video, read the articles and read the comments listed here: It may take you a while to go through that stuff. But I guarantee if you do, you’ll avoid being scammed again.

      In terms of finding work at home jobs, we’ve done the work for you. I have a list of various legitimate work at home companies on the following page: and every friday we add new jobs here:

      You may also want to read my work at home guide:

      So you have options, you don’t need to be apprehensive any longer. As long as you educate yourself by watching my scam video and reading the articles and comments, scams will be the least of your concerns. You have a safe haven here. It’s just a matter of reading the information and taking action. Good luck.

  7. I have been looking for a job to work from home but I dont know who is scamming and who is not. I have read what you wrote about scammers, but how do I know your not! Sorry but how does one really know? Sherry

  8. Great information. Discovering your website by accident, I am soo glad I did. You keep giving great information and I am sure I will finally be able to get a job, Thank you!!!

  9. Hi Javier,

    Thanks for the comment. I agree was a new one for me too but after reviewing it I really felt it should make the cut.

    Thanks again for your feedback.


  10. Those websites are well known within the work at home industry community except It is the first time I’ve heard from it. But if it complies with your rule for inclusion, I think it should be a fair choice. All the best. Regards. Javier.-


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