Many of us start businesses because we can’t find home-based jobs that fit around out families. If this is you, then you’ll want to take a look at hiremyparents.com, which launches this week.
After the launch you’ll have four days to claim your free membership, so keep an eye on hiremyparents.com this week.
If you’ve trained, studied and worked for years to become an expert in your field then why, when kids come along, would you want to sell perfume online; or start cold-calling for an energy supplier. Why can’t you do what you do but from home?
Hiremyparents was created to solve this problem. An association where members can browse for full time, part time, casual, job share, temp/contract, freelance and stay at home jobs, along with home based business and self employment opportunities posted by businesses from around the world.
A job board that gives its members a chance to make money using the skills they attained prior to kids and fulfil the desire to stay at home.
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When looking for jobs online, it is wise to take caution against scam artists praying on making a quick buck from job seekers.
Randy, thanks for the comments, I really appreciate the positive feedback.
Business week, that’s a good point about scams. I often read posts on parent forums where parents are asking how they can get work at home ‘stuffing envelopes or something like that’. Virtually all envelope stuffing jobs are scams (apparently reputable businesses have machines to do that, so there’s no longer any need to hire home workers) but lots of people don’t seem to be aware of that. Maybe that’s a subject for another post?