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Question:I am in wheelchair, can't stand what I did before I can't do now. so I thought of doing data entry but with my income I cannot join their membership. do you know of any that are free?

Asked by countrygirl on 5/15/08 5 Answers»
giapooh

Answer:

Yes, peaceful is correct. The unemployment office offers services for people with needs such as yourself. giapooh

Answered by: giapooh on 9/14/08
giapooh

Answer:

I would go on job sites and put in what you are looking for. There are a lot of work at home jobs. To mention a few, there is monster.com, jobseking.com, jobs.com, etc...they will e mail you daily with postings that fit your profile. Also, if you explain that you cannot afford their membership, they might consider doing it for free. Also, local church groups and other community agencies may help as well. I would look into some rehab agengies also.
good luck...giapooh

Answered by: giapooh on 9/14/08
Changeling

Answer:

I don't usually recommend craigslist because you have to be careful who you get involved with over the internet, but they usually have those kinds of jobs posted ... data entry, work from home type jobs.

You might also want to look into some of the web sites that have sprung up to help stay-at-home moms. The kind of work they can do at home is probably similar to the type of work you can do as well.

Be really careful with web sites ... never send money and only work with people you feel you can trust. You can research companies at the better business bureau.
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Answered by: Changeling on 5/27/08
peaceful1

Answer:

countrygirl it's me again(peachful1) also try the employment office they really should be able to help and you can even do ithis on-line. peaceful1.

Answered by: peaceful1 on 5/19/08
peaceful1

Answer:

hi countrygirl how are you, i'm called peaceful1 maybe this might help you. if you can try going to a library and talk with a lirarian they have all kinds of listing posted on the wall for all sorts of stuff and also try talking to someone who works for the county there are all types of programs setup for low income families and most of them are free. good luck and be bless.

Answered by: peaceful1 on 5/19/08
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