Is it possible for me, disabled, to find a job on the internet to work from home with other disabled people and it be legal, profitable for us?? Also, do you know any companies, say top 500, who hire disabled people to work from home for them, maybe contract so they risk nothing because of our health??I have a small business and have built an office, have several disabled people interested is doing this so we could work around our disability and be worth something to somebody.Also, can we be funded by someone to help us get started? Contacts?Please help us, some are college students wanting to aork part time and go to college with this work.Please help,James W. Harrison
I have run ads in local newspapers and on Graigs List for help and for students who may want to work as I thought if we all get together and work on it as a group we may have a better chance.
Please help us we have a lot of tallent that is not being used and companies wil not hire us because of our health or age.
Hi there,I am not sure what skills you have. Many production and assembly places hire disabled workers. You may wish to call your local United Way and see if they can refer you to possible social service organizations which service the disabled. These organizations may have some referrals as well.Here are some online jobs that you may want to look at: 1. Virtual Assistant Provide general assistance-administrative, scheduling, bookkeeping, even event planning-from your home office.You will need a phone and computerExpect to earn: About $10 per hour at a staffing agency; up to $30 per hour if you work directly with clientsPlaces to find this kind of work check out homewiththekids.com, which lists companies that hire assistants, or sign on with an online staffing agency, like Team Double-Click or VIPdesk, to get contract jobs. 2. Online Reseller Earn large amounts of money by reaching out to people that want to get rid of stuff:Sellers determine the price by the market and the value of items they sell. Some charge a flat per-item fee (often $5 to $25), or take a percentage (20 percent to 40 percent) of total sales. Depending on the volume of your business, reselling on eBay and other sites could become a lucrative full-time job.Possible locations to do this is Ebay or Craigslist 3. Call-Center Employee Customers used to call a company to complain or order a product, and they'd reach the main office. Now virtual call centers route incoming calls to a home agent's phone; agents receive a script on how to answer possible questions so they can respond to routine customer-service inquries or sell products.Will need a phone and possibly a computerTypically pays $7 to $15 per hour, with some jobs offering incentives for high salesYou can apply at company website-such as workingsolutions.com, liveops.com or alpineaccess.com-that offers extensive training. 4. Document Translator If you are bilingual: The ability to read, write and fluently speak more than one language. You can find plenty of work in Spanish, French and Chinese, but the more obscure the language, the higher the demand.Can earn$10 to $50 per hourVisit this website to apply: translatorsbase.com for a wide offering of gigs and an idea of what each job entails. A more direct route for go-getters: Contact the human resources department of a foreign company's U.S. office to ask about opportunities. Data-Entry Worker Must have phone and good typing skillsTypically pays: $6 to $20 per hourYou can check out this website which often posts data entry jobs. Work at Home Jobs page at homewiththekids.com. Also search Craigslist and Google (type in "online data input jobs"), and cold-call companies 5. Answering-Service Employee Pays you to be and answering service for places like a doctor's office.Typically need to be available on the 3rd shift or at least after hours.Can earn: $8 to $14 per hourLook for listings on these job boards: indeed.com, simplyhired.com and careerbuilder.com. 6. Interview Transcriber Journalists and nonfiction writers conduct thousands of hours of interviews, and some have no time to transcribe them. But thanks to the Internet, it's simple to e-mail a digital file of an audio interview. You just need to listen well, type it up and send it back.Need to be a good typerCan earn: From $5 to $40 per hourCheck out these websites to look for openings. Look for regular work with a transcription service such as the ones at verbalink.com and scribie.com, or branch out on your own by contacting local newspapers, magazines and TV news stations. One enterprising way to find nonfiction writers is to check book publishers' author websites (there are hundreds at harpercollins.com/author/websites.aspx). On the author's site, look for an e-mail link or mailing address. 7. Content Writer Write articles for websitesHelps If you have good writing skills and a particular area of expertise.There is a vast range of pay for writing Web content, from nothing up to hundreds of dollars per assignment. The median pay for a full-time content writer is $35,200. You can earn as much as $66,000.Check out these websites for opportunities: Check listings at indeed.com or register with the Yahoo Contributor Network (contributor.yahoo.com), which pays for assigned content; the more traffic a post gets, the more money the writer earns. If you think you're a fit for a specific company, e-mail a sample post and offer your services 8. Post Loop: This site allows writers to get paid for posting on blogs and forumshttp://www.postloop.com/ 9. Cha Cha: Pays you to answer text questions: http://www.chacha.com/
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Could you please tell me in what areas you are looking to work? I may be able to give ideas as to grants that may be applicable in this situation. Also is there more than one person involved at this point or are you looking into this for the future?
I wanted to check and see if I could answer any other questions for you at this time?