Work At Home Jobs.org, the world???s largest work from home job aggregator, announced their 234,000th new job added this year. With over 16,000 new freelance jobs added every month from around the web, Work At Home Jobs.org is working hard to bring jobs to those that need them the most: the estimated 49.5 million unemployed and underemployed.
Los Gatos, CA (PRWEB) December 17, 2010
Work At Home Jobs.org, the world???s largest work from home job search engine, announced today the 234,000th new job added to their site since its founding in January 2010.
Created by an unemployed high-tech worker, Work At Home Jobs.org is helping the estimated 49.5 million unemployed and underemployed find legitimate work from home jobs online. With over 16,000 work from home jobs listed at any given time on the site, Work At Home Jobs.org is by far the largest work at home job aggregator online.
All jobs listed on Work At Home Jobs.org are freelance jobs that either pay on a project by project basis or on a full-time basis. Pay ranges from $30 for a small project (such as writing an article for someone) to $50,000 for a large project that will require several months of full-time work.
Work At Home Jobs.org is a 100% free service that anyone can use to find a job that fits their skill set. With over 16,000 jobs listed, in over 250 different job categories, job hunters can easily find customer service jobs, accounting jobs, graphic design jobs, IT jobs, virtual assistant jobs, sales jobs, translation jobs, data entry jobs, etc.
To apply for a job, applicants submit a bid for how much they would charge for the job and explain why they feel they are the best choice for the job. Higher priced bidders that explain themselves well usually get the job. Payment is made on a milestone basis, such as 25% of the pay is distributed when 25% of the job is completed.
???Working from home has enabled me to set my own hours and spend much more time with my daughter and son than when I was working full-time in an office environment,??? said the founder of Work At Home Jobs.org. ???In fact, without the work from home jobs listed at WorkAtHomeJobs.org, I???d still be on unemployment.???
Unlike the hundreds of work from home scams online that require you to pay money up front in order to secure a job, Work At Home Jobs.org is a 100% free service that only displays legitimate work from home jobs. Learn more at http://www.workathomejobs.org.