If you want to get a work from home job make your resume sticks out and start with some of these tips. One easy and quick improvement you can make is to add a testimonial or two to your resume along with more specific skills and achievements. If you want the flexibility of being able to work from home, you may also want to brush up on your interview skills. Even though employers and hiring managers likely won't be able to meet you in person, they'll still want to interview you either over the phone or via video call. Check out these 5 successful tips for a great interview!
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Finally, you can get paid for your love of true-crime stories. Mock jurors assist lawyers (and their clients) by reviewing legal cases and offering their feedback on how they'd rule. Like participating in focus groups, you can't exactly make a career of this. Some mock jurors report getting just one case every six months, if that, according to SideHusl. Still, it's an interesting opportunity to earn extra cash from home with zero prior experience. (And it pays more than you'd get watching another Law and Order marathon.) Work From Home Jobs