Or a sales job thats computer based? I could easily work from home full time for my job, infact i'd get alot more done and earn more money.
I can't think of any other stay at home jobs really
My friend sells Premier Jewlery. With a little hard work you can end up making a lot of money! And they jewlery is awesome! I'm wearing some right now, lol. But most women love jewlery so it looks like a fun gig.
Help the children of overthrown african leaders transfer money into offshore accounts, I hear it's very easy and very lucrative.
Seems like I've heard the company Work at Home Agent referred to many times on other boards. How's that for a ringing endorsement? lol
I would be very wary of scams.
eta: Maybe it was WEST at Home Agent... http://apply.westathome.com/faq.asp
I hope you can find something. I think you should check the typical job search mediums, websites, newspapers ect and just keep your eye out for jobs you can do from home. I've often seen jobs like that posted. Also, sales type jobs are a good idea, things like Avon or Mary Kay.
I'm not so sure about the job side of things (although Arbonne is another beauty product based business on the rise with great opportunities that one of my friend does), but are things like WIC available to you? Because single moms especially of little ones, depending on income/child support, can get a lot of support through WIC, food stamps, other things like that. I know not everyone likes to do this, but the help is there for a reason. Also, you might be able to check out www.mturk.com. It's slow, but it's something.
My mom started out freelance proofreading at home before she became a copy editor (still freelance). Proofing is just confirming that all the edits from the copy editor are included in the proof, so you don't need to be great at grammar, just good attention to detail. She got into it by sending out dozens of resumes to publishers, until she got a bite.
eleven replies and nobody asked what you're qualified for. hmmm.
Most of the people I know who work from home have an accounting background. Some of them work for Accountemps. I also know some medical billers who work from home.
What kind of experience and education do you have?
I'm not a mom but i've been working from home for 3 yrs. I started as freelancer and now i'm full time travel writer. the flexibility allowed me to graduate my 2nd masters this spring. I started by signing up on several freelancing website and picked up small jobs and eventually was offered a full time job which I adore