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Emileigh

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Ok, this should be an interesting topic. I've been too sick to actually work, go to school, pretty much anything. And I really need to get some money, since I feel bad about having my grandparents support me. I would try to get a real job, but last time I had one, I was too sick to keep up with it (been sick 5 years). I've searched on google for some online jobs, but have thought most of them were scams and such. So... what do I do? What jobs can I trust?
 

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Go to yard-sales then sell your findings on eBay
LOL, need an actual job.. that brings in a paycheck, also... I really can't get out of my house much, seriously, if I was able to, I would get a real job
 
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the only online jobs that actually PAY, are people who


1.run or own a website selling stuff
2." " which happens to be porn
3." " participating in said porn


sorry... but it is quite hard to make an honest buck online unless you already have a buisness .....or sell naked pictures of yourself or others online.


the latter....I don't think you want to pursue.:eek:
 

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the only online jobs that actually PAY, are people who


1.run or own a website selling stuff
2." " which happens to be porn
3." " participating in said porn


sorry... but it is quite hard to make an honest buck online unless you already have a buisness .....or sell naked pictures of yourself or others online.


the latter....I don't think you want to pursue.:eek:

... definitely not, the porn part at least. I could make and sell stuff... but no money in the first place to start a site -.-
 
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well what are you good at?


my mom always thought about selling cookies online.....



but eh

for every successful idea there are a crap load that fail.
 

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I actually do a lot of sewing, making quilts, pillows, and have been working on perfecting my pattern for an adult cloth diaper
 

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Learn how to program/design websites. There's always a call for that. You could eBay too, but it's not an "easy" way to make money.
 

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I think if you like to sew . The AB/Dl clothing stores are aways uber expensive and people buy their stuff

You don't have to charge as much but you could get quite some money for it
 

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I think if you like to sew . The AB/Dl clothing stores are aways uber expensive and people buy their stuff

You don't have to charge as much but you could get quite some money for it
I was thinking of that, but I've had a heck of a time trying to find a pattern for onesies, rompers and baby dresses.
 

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If you can write or do technical work you can do contracts. Sometimes companies need a little work done here or there, but not enough for a full-out hire. Often you can do the work off-site, so you can do all the work at home and communicate electronically. I guess the trick is finding the company. Just post your resume with your qualifications somewhere where people might look. I actually had such a contract set up, though things have been postponed a bit due to the current economic situation.
 
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I think if you like to sew . The AB/Dl clothing stores are aways uber expensive and people buy their stuff

You don't have to charge as much but you could get quite some money for it
As the AB/DL market is differentiated from the main market, this may not be a bad idea.

However, I would caution you that this won't be a "sustainable" endeavor (based on my friend's experience), meaning that you wouldn't be able to run an apartment on it.

My friend (above) likes costume design and heraldry. She has a Viking Huskavarna Designer SE machine (look it up; it's awesome), which she bought from the sale of a home 5 years ago or so. She does everything from design to construction to embroidery. I asked her why she didn't take her passion to the next level and start making a career of it. She told me that it wasn't profitable; to compete with overseas workers, you really need to work in huge volumes. To work in huge volumes, you need a huge capital investment. So much so that it's no longer "you at the machine" but rather "you overseeing a ton of skilled labor."

So - hopefully the market will permit you to turn a very small profit (or at least keep your machine up and running), but I doubt it'll be the same money that could be made in full-time work. Just wanted to caution you on this, though I would still say give it a shot and perhaps open up your own small web-shop.
 
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