workfromhome wrote:Hello everyone,
I'm looking into the possibility of getting a flextme / part-time work at home job. I'm not referring to affiliate programs you can try to make money with, I'm already a member of some of these programs. What I'm actually referring to is getting paid as an employee doing part-time / flextime work at home jobs.
Part of the idea behind getting just a flextime / part-time work at home job as opposed to a full-time work at home job is so I can continue being self-employed or what I've been doing all along on the side.
And am not sure where to start ? Are there online job placement / agencies out there ? I'm not even sure what flextime / part-time online job I could or should do ? I guess the job placement services or agencies could also help me with that ?
I'd appreciate it. Thanks in advance!
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