(Closed) at home jobs

posted 10 years ago in Career
Post # 17
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  • Wedding: May 2010

This is kind of a longshot, but there are companies that hire ‘mystery shoppers’ where you basically go to a store sort of on your own time and act like a regular shopper and fill out a survey of how you were treated. You can choose when you want to do a job. I think it only pays like $10 per visit, but that’s something at least.

Daycare is extremely expensive, but unless your take-home pay is more than what daycare costs it isn’t worth it financially for you to keep working anyway, so there’s a way to look at it.

I think your best bet is to start up your etsy shop again and see if it takes off. Because you can do the jobs anytime, you can wait for your DH to get home if need be so he can watch the baby while you sew or craft. Most companies will not let you work from home if you cannot prove that you have childcare during those hours.

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