The internet is filled by scams promising people they can make millions working from home. Please Moms do not be fooled by these ‘too good to be true’ offers. Anyone who asks you to pay upfront to get access to this dream, is only scamming you. Don’t part with your hard earned money with zero promise.
We decided to list legitimate work from home job sites where you can find real companies paying real money.
RecruitMyMom is a local company helping Moms to find jobs in South Africa that allow them to work from home. Or jobs that are directly related to working moms. It’s an online recruiting agency servicing companies wanting to source skilled and experienced Moms offering their skills for flexible, part-time and virtual work. Their mission is to place professional and experienced candidates who seek meaningful time-wise, part-time employment with forward-thinking companies who need skilled reduced-hour or flexible workers to help take their company to the next level.
Go check out their site, you will find quite a few ‘work from home’ roles listed. See here: www.recruitmymom.co.za
This site offers a wide-range of job listings. All of which are remote working roles. They are international roles, therefore give you foreign income. With the ever decreasing Rand value this is a great site to visit and see if there are any good roles that fit your skills.
See here: remoteok.io
We Work Remotely
We Work Remotely is the best place to find and list jobs that aren’t restricted by commutes or a particular geographic area. Find the most qualified people in the most unexpected places. Follow them onTwitter @weworkremotely. Here you will find a range of jobs listed from web development, customer service, marketing, business exec roles to design jobs.
See here: weworkremotely.com
Yet another site listing global jobs with remote working policy. This site has a blog with some great tips on remote working and how best to get these roles.
See here: remote.co
A couple of tips when going through the interview process:
- Make sure you have a good internet connection for the actual interview. Most interviews are done via Skype and a dropped call will not look good.
- Many applications require a recorded video interview as the first phase of the application. Be prepared to put something together to send.
- Be sure to make the company you are applying to are aware of your time zone. Being in South Africa we are in a good time zone for many remote roles. We are also English speaking and this counts as an advantage.