Best Mom-To-Mom Work-At-Home Opportunities
Mothers who have successfully started businesses at home are now offering opportunities to other mothers. This is an exciting development because mothers are helping each other find ways to work at home that most employers are still unwilling or unable to provide. When you are doing business with another mother, you have a much greater chance of avoiding scams.
We are happy to share this information with you and believe that each of these opportunities is legitimate and deserves further investigation. However, please be sure to use your own best judgement before making any kind of investment.
If you have a mom-to-mom opportunity for us to review, please contact us.
Home Job Stop
Mothers’ Home Business Network is always searching for legitimate sources of at-home jobs. This is one of the few that we feel is legitimate. It is called Home Job Stop, and it’s creator is a young mom named Rita Woods.
Rita Woods knows how to solve a problem. You could say that she is survivor. She she has survived many challenges in her life. She is the loving mother of Katelyn and the founder of Home Job Stop, a wonderful new home job resource.
Rita used her problem-solving techniques when she created Home Job Stop. Rita has worked very hard to create her site and parents everywhere are benefiting from her efforts.
We interviewed Rita about Home Job Stop and she explained how and why she started this much-needed service and how it benefits moms looking for legitimate at-home employment.
HomeWorkingMom: What is Home Job Stop?
Rita: We are a home job listing service that is different from other sites because we don’t simply “list” jobs. Every job is carefully evaluated before presenting to our members. If we have any doubt, we apply to the job ourselves to see what happens.
HomeWorkingMom: Why did you create Home Job Stop?
Rita: Because I am a mother and disabled, I searched for work from home for a long time. During that time, I met some incredible and wonderful people in similar circumstances. We all had one thing in common: We were frustrated by the lack of valid opportunities. For my sake and the sake of others like me, I abandoned my job seach (despite my financial need) and began Home Job Stop.
HomeWorkingMom: What is your mission?
Rita: I certainly have a mission. It’s quite simple: To offer a good reliable peace-of-mind home job resource without the usual “junk.” We do the guesswork so that our members don’t go “emotionally broke” trying to discern good opportunities from poor opportunities. I like to think of our organization as a backlash to the ever-growing pool of small-time capitalists preying on people who may be in vulnerable circumstances.
HomeWorkingMom: How did you get started?
Rita: The first step in creating Home Job Stop was research, or what I call an emotional feast as I read the stories of other stay-at-home moms and dads. I also entered chats and various boards asking job seekers to share their needs. After doing the research, I just set out and did it. I began with a loose plan and when I encountered a problem I couldn’t fix, I just changed my approach.
HomeWorkingMom: What was your greatest challenge?
Rita: I suppose my fear of failure and financial hardship were my greatest challenges. During the months that I spent creating the site, our finances dwindled to nothing. Just before our launch, I sold every piece of jewelry I owned: one ring. That is all I owned, and I got $90 for it. Those were the toughest times. Since then, we have experienced tremendous growth. I believe that is because our members are our priority and it shines through.
HomeWorkingMom: Do you have local and national job listings?
Rita: A number of job listings are local, but in locations all over the country. This is a condition of the current job market, especially in administrative jobs that require quick exchanges of work. However, we do have a variety of positions in other categories that are nationally and globally available. Members often find temporary work while searching for their ideal match. More and more companies are acquiring enhanced technology that will help more national listings become available.
HomeWorkingMom: Do you charge a fee for your services?
Rita: Yes, but it is a very low one-time, lifetime fee. You see, we don’t simply “list” jobs. We take the time to evaluate them, categorize them and ensure their reliability before allowing them to appear before our members. Each and every listing that appears questionable receives our qualified diligence. Our membership services offer convenience and reliability.
HomeWorkingMom: How can you charge so little for a lifetime membership?
Rita: Our service is in high demand and we could easily justify a higher fee for membership, but we choose not to. As a former job seeker who has lifted couch cushions looking for loose change to make ends meet, I can say that I have “been there.” I keep the prices low because I want to include people of all circumstances. I offer lifetime memberships for very little money because I understand that it may take a job seeker several jobs and perhaps several months before finding an ideal match. Offering lifetime memberships is less stressful for job seekers and it allows us the opportunity to establish a long-lasting relationship with our members, which makes it all worthwhile.
To find out more go to:
Home Job Stop.