Trump’s first-year jobs numbers were very, very good See report

On Friday morning, the government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics released employment numbers for December, bookending President Trump’s first year in office. While the number of jobs added was lower than many analysts expected — up 148,000 — it was a continuation of the trend of growth seen over the course of 2017.

With those numbers in hand, we can now compare Trump’s first year in office to his predecessors’. And in that comparison, Trump comes out looking pretty good.

Relative to the figure from January in each president’s first year in office (excluding those presidents who took office after a death or resignation), Trump saw one of the biggest percentage-point drops in the unemployment rate.

The only presidents with larger drops were Bill Clinton in 1993 (a decline of 0.8 points) and Jimmy Carter in 1977 (down 1.1). Both of those presidents, though, ended their first years with much higher unemployment rates, both over 6 percent.

There’s a trend that you’ll notice in these charts. Trump’s immediate predecessor, Barack Obama, saw a surge in the unemployment rate during his first year, a function of the effects of the recession that was just beginning to wind down. Relative to Obama’s first year in office, Trump’s was consistently very good.

For example, in the number of jobs created or lost over the year: Under Trump, there were 1.8 million more people working in December than in January. Under Obama, 4.3 million fewer.

It’s important to note, though, that Obama’s first year in office was also by far his worst. Over the next seven years of his presidency, Obama saw increases in employment — and at higher monthly averages than Trump saw in 2017.

But we’re comparing first years here, and on that metric Trump consistently outperforms Obama.

Trump will certainly be pleased by two other first-year comparisons. Between January and December of last year, the country added 184,000 manufacturing jobs, the third-most of the presidents for whom data is available after Carter and John Kennedy.a

The number of federal government jobs declined over the first 11 months of Trump’s presidency; they rose during Obama’s first year in part thanks to the 2010 Census.

Trump’s consistently celebrated the economic numbers the country has seen during his time in office and the numbers from the BLS certainly give him some reason to do so. The question from this point, though, is how and if that economic growth can be sustained.

10 Tips To Find Real Paid Online Surveys Website

Are you looking a best paid online surveys website if yes then your at right place in this article u will see how to select real working paid survey website that actually pay u and keep you save from scams

10 Tips To Find Real Paid Online Surveys Website

  1. Register only with online survey panels that list a privacy policy on their website
  2. Look for panels approved by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and that have privacy policies reviewed by TRUSTe or features the WebTrust for Online Privacy Seal of Assurance.
  3. Beware of “survey websites” asking you to receive information for special offers and other survey panels during registration – these websites may sell your name and information to other companies that will send you spam.
  4. Always set up a separate e-mail account exclusively for survey invitations. This will make it easier for you to see how many surveys you have received, and will avoid spam being sent to your personal e-mail address, should you make a mistake and register with an unreputable surveys website.
  5. Beware of “survey websites” that ask for overtly personal information such as your bank account information, credit card numbers, full names of family members, etc. A real online market research company would never ask you to provide this type of information.
  6. Be cautious of “get rich quick” websites. You cannot get rich taking online surveys. However, you can make a decent amount of cash on the side participating in surveys.
  7. Legitimate online survey e-mail invitations will provide information on the type of study being conducted, the survey length, and the incentive for completion. Do not respond or click on e-mail “survey invitations” that feature ads to win products, cash, etc. These e-mails are not coming from legitimate market research companies!
  8. Some research companies will ask you to download software after registration. This software usually tracks your web browsing habits and the information is then sent to marketers. It is ok to download this software if you can verify a legitimate market research firm is running the site – do your homework to make sure that this is indeed the case.
  9. Look for mentions of marketing association memberships on survey panel websites. Reputable associations include CASRO (Council of American Survey Research Organizations) and the AAPOR (American Association for Public Opinion Research).
  10. Your opinion counts! Marketers truly are interested in what you think, enough to reward you with cash and prizes just for sharing your thoughts. Stay cautious when registering with online survey panels, but when you’ve found a reputable panel – have fun and reap the rewards of being a panelist!

Make Money Using Paypal $1000 Per Day HOT Taking Surveys

This is the 1 year late case study. It’s embarrassing to admit, but with all of the projects I had going on in 2013 I held off on posting this case study for a very important reason. Read on to find out what it is. For now here’s the article as I had written it in 2013:

In early May I set out to answer the question “Can you really make money with paid surveys?” and today I’m sharing my results.

So, can you really make money filling out surveys?

Yes – but let me elaborate.

Filling out surveys isn’t a day job income replacement, instead it falls in the line of a supplemental income method.

The less you make per hour in your day job the more valuable this method will be for you.

If you’re already making over $100,000 per year than this strategy may be worth skipping, but if you’re at or below the median household income avg for the US (roughly $50,000 per year) than this strategy becomes much more relevant.

The other benefit of filling out surveys is that it’s a much more guaranteed method for earning money online as opposed to the other strategies I’ve shared on this website that rely on more skills, research, time, effort, luck etc to be successful.

Bottom line it is drop dead simple to get your very first check of online income from filling out online surveys:

These were just the paper checks.

Getting your first check of real online earnings may just serve to inspire you to move on for more.

I know the very first Adsense deposit I received for $176.16 way back in November 2005 felt amazing. It’s the light switch that told me there was something to this online business thing and what pushed me forward failure after failure onto much bigger payments.

The payout potential is entirely dependent on the company you’re using to fill out surveys, selecting the highest payout surveys from the available opportunities and going through the surveys as quickly as possible while still providing quality results.

Filling out surveys is entirely possible while watching TV shows, so it’s important to point out that you can essentially make money while watching TV – but you still have to “work” to make the money.

My One Month Income Results: $2408.06

I said I was going to spend an entire month testing this method of earning money online, but I only really spent just under 3 weeks in my spare time.

My brother was in town from Australia for 10 days so I took those 10 days off from work to do nothing but hang out with him. With that said here are my results with 99% of my income coming from actually filling out surveys and completing offers – obviously if I included referral income it could sway the results:

May Income Total: $2408.06

Keep in mind, I only took surveys in a little bit of my spare time after my regular work hours and for a less than 3 weeks.

Your first question might be – why did you sign up for so many different companies?

Each survey company only has so many surveys available at any one time. So in order to make the most money possible you will want to sign up for more companies so that you will always have surveys available for filling out if you’d like. Some companies will offer the same survey though so don’t do that survey at each company or you’ll get credit revoked for each survey you filled out.

So How Do You Actually Make Money?

The above companies offer you methods for making money from filling out surveys and some companies provide offers you can complete (which I’ll describe next). But it really is as simple as signing up for the companies listed above, answering the preliminary screening questions they may ask you and then waiting to be emailed survey opportunities. In many cases surveys will be available for you as soon as you sign up for a company.

have over 1,000 emails in the less than 30 days

that I’ve been signed up for these survey companies so I strongly suggest you create a separate email address when signing up. Update: this number is now over 35,000 emails. I created a separate email address and in Gmail created a filter for all emails sent to my survey email address to skip my inbox and go straight to my Surveys tab so that I could simply click the tab anytime I wanted to do some surveys.

What About Making Money With Offers?

CashCrate and FusionCash are primarily offer companies that provide both free and paid offers that you can complete for compensation. For example, I signed up for a company called Manilla.com and got $2.40 from CashCrate when I linked my Netflix account and two other accounts in their service (took me less than 5 minutes). There are some paid offers that make it possible to make more money from the reward than the cost of signing up, but sometimes these are tied to monthly subscriptions so make sure you cancel in time – or just stick to the free offers (some offers will revoke your reward if you cancel too quickly)

How Long Do Surveys Take To Fill Out And What Do They Pay?

Every survey varies in length and compensation, but from my experience so far the typical payout is anywhere from $.50 to $4.00 and between 5 minutes to 35 minutes.

I’ve seen ads for survey companies that advertise that you can make up to $50 (or whatever) per survey but I haven’t seen any of those yet. In either case, it’s generally very obvious which surveys are worth taking because the companies list out the reward as well as the estimated time for completion. This variation in payout and time for completion is precisely why I signed up for a lot of companies and why I’d suggest you do the same. That way you can quickly scan the highest paying offers and go for those ones first.

In my experience 90% of the surveys I filled out I completed in less than the advertised time.

This held true across every company I tried out so it wasn’t specific to one company. Roughly 5% took as long as indicated and another 5% took a bit longer than was advertised. Roughly 20% or less of the surveys I would be screened out of (where they ask a few questions and eventually determine you’re not in the target market). This screening process generally would take less than 60 seconds to be weeded out so you don’t end up wasting too much time.

How Can You Complete Surveys Faster?

One of my best strategies for signing up for survey companies and filling out surveys faster was by using RoboForm to automatically populate answers to common questions such as age, sex, address, race, income etc.

With RoboForm you can even program in custom questions and answers. So I programmed in every variation of the most common questions asked so that I could simply click the RoboForm button and automatically input my information.

RoboForm has a free trial that also allows you to store a smaller amount of passwords and a pro version that allows you to store and sync unlimited passwords between your phone, multiple computers etc. I’ve been paying for the software for 3 years now as it’s enables you to just remember one complex password and then use a highly complex password for every other password protected online service out there.

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How To Use Your Home To Earn Passive Income

Your home costs you plenty, but it could also be earning you plenty. Check out these ways that you could be using your home to earn extra money, while you live in it.

7 Ways To Earn Passive Income From Your Home

1 Rent Out a Parking Space

Live in a city with limited parking, and lucky enough to have your own driveway or reserved parking spot? Rent out your space when you aren’t using it, and pocket the profits. Just use a parking app to list when your space is available, and how much you charge to use it. You can rent your spot out when you’re going to be at work or out of town, or you can even rent it out by the month or year. The terms are yours to set.

If you live close to a stadium or another popular venue, you can probably sell event parking at a premium. In fact, you may find it lucrative enough to make it worth planning to be away from home during games and concerts.

Before you list your parking space, make sure it’s legal to rent parking spots in your area (some cities have outlawed this type of rental). You should also check your HOA guidelines, if you live in a restricted neighborhood. And while you’re at it, go ahead and run it by your insurance company, to make sure you have all the coverage you need, should a claim arise.

Parking Apps to Try:

  1. JustPark
  2. Parklee
  3. CurbFlip

2 Board Pets

Love animals and have a bit of extra space? Then, consider boarding pets in your home. Build a traditional kennel in your backyard, or jump on the trend of in-home boarding, where you welcome someone’s dog, cat (or pot belly pig) into you home and care for them like your own. To get started, just list your services, fees and availability on a pet sitter app. If your schedule allows, you can even offer doggy day care, pet walking and grooming. Once the good reviews start rolling in, you’ll have all the pet sitting jobs you can handle.

Pet Sitting Apps to Try:

  1. DogVacay
  2. Rover

3 Use Your Yard to Sell Things

If lots of people drive or walk by your yard each day, take advantage of the traffic by offering items for sale in your front yard. This could be unused items that you’re trying to clear out of your garage or basement, things that you’ve made, extra produce from your garden, surplus eggs from your hens or firewood. If your neighborhood allows it, you could even put out a sign advertising any services or products that you sell. Spend a little time brainstorming, and you’re bound to come up with something to sell.

Just leave an honor box, so customers can pay for small items, and your contact information so they can contact you about purchasing bigger items. This will leave you free to go about your day.

4 Rent Out Your Home to a Film Company

Get your home in movies, and get paid for it. Film companies are constantly scouting locations for their latest projects, and you don’t have to have a mansion or a prime location to be chosen. Just list your home on a few location scouting websites, and see what happens. Locationshub.com, says the daily rate for renting your property is usually equal to a month’s mortgage payment. And if you rent out your home for less than 15 days a year and you don’t even have to report that income to the IRS. Sweet! So, while this may be a long shot, it’s the kind of long shot that could pay your mortgage for several months.

To increase your chances of landing gigs, be sure to position yourself locally, too. Small production companies need locations to shoot commercials for area businesses, and it may as well be your house.

Where to List Your Home:

  1. LocationsHub (charges a monthly fee)
  2. FilmLocationsWanted.com

Tip: Check your state’s film commission website for more places to list your home.

5 Rent Out Campsites

You no doubt know that you can use sites like AirBnB to rent out your house or rooms in your house to travelers, but did you know that you can also use those sites to rent space in your yard to pitch a tent or park an RV? Yep, you sure can. This is ideal, if you don’t like the idea of inviting strangers into your home, and live in an area that will appeal to campers. Just be sure to set guidelines for what is, and is not, included in the rental fee. Are campfires allowed? Are bathroom facilities available? What about electrical hook up? Before you make the leap, make sure your city allows it, and that you have all the insurance coverage that you need. You’ll probably want to pick up some liability insurance.

Who knows? If your venture takes off, you may even find it’s worth adding a few cabins, platform tents or amenities to attract more campers.

Where to List Your Campsites:

  1. Gamping.com (specifically for listing private campsites on your land)
    AirBnB
  2. For RVs, you could also post listings on the parking apps

6 Rent Out Your Shed.

Or your basement. Or Your Attic. Or Your Garage. Seriously, if you’ve been looking for something to nudge you towards cleaning out all that junk that’s been piling up in your house, do it so you can rent that storage space out to someone who’s willing to pay you handsomely for it.

Have a yard sale to convert all that junk into cash. Then, measure your space; snap some pics, and list it on a storage app. If the space is pest-free and climate-controlled, or has easy, outdoor access, be sure to say so. And definitely let people know what you are and are not willing to store, and during what hours they’ll be able to access their stuff. You may just find there’s enough demand for affordable storage in your area to justify adding a couple extra sheds to your property. Steady monthly income is, after all, a beautiful thing.

As with many of these money-making suggestions, you should definitely check with your insurance agent first, to make sure the stuff you’re storing will be covered, in the event some sort of disaster strikes. Stuff happens, so don’t chance it.

Where to List Your Storage Space:

  1. StoreWithMe
  2. Store at My House

7 Host a Foreign Exchange Student

Have a spare bedroom? Consider using it to board foreign exchange students. You’ll get interesting house guests and a paycheck to boot. If you’re able to offer meals, a private bathroom, rides or laundry, you’ll make even more. Arrangements are usually short term, lasting six weeks to six months, so it doesn’t have to be a big commitment, if you’re not sure it’s for you, or you just don’t want to do it year-round.

To get started, it’s best to go through your local colleges and universities. Just contact the student housing department to let them know you’re interested in becoming a host family. The approval process is fairly lengthy, and typically includes an application, interview, background check, and home visit, but once you’re in, it should be a steady source of income for you.

If you live in an area that’s home to more than one college or university, consider applying to multiple schools, so you get more opportunities to house students. And if you have room for two twin beds in your spare room, be sure to let the schools know that you can accommodate two students at a time. It’s an easy way to double the earnings from your venture.

77 Work At Home Job Ideas For Our Moms In Great America

If you’re struggling to figure out your work-at-home career path, here are 77 work-at-home jobs ideas and jobs to get those creative juices flowing.

1. Artist:

Do you love to paint, sculpt, or draw? Then you can use your creative talents to earn a living from home. Check out sites like AQUENT to apply for creative projects and jobs. Have a creative personality? Here are some more

Have a creative personality? Here are some more creative business ideas that you can use to generate income from home.

2. Author:

Do you love to write? We’ve all heard of best-selling authors J.K. Rowling and Stephenie Meyer, but thousands of women are writing their way to work-at-home success. The opportunities and possibilities are endless, everything from writing children’s books, to self-help books, romance novels, and cookbooks.

Don’t worry — you don’t have to write a book to be considered an author. If you prefer to write magazine articles, check out this article to get started.

3. Baby Planner:

Do you adore babies? Then perhaps helping expecting families is your calling. Baby Planners consultant new and expecting parents with birth preparation and beyond. If you’re interested in this sort of career, April Beach has created a whole business course around the occupation. In fact, she says the average Baby Planner can earn $75 per hour!

4. Baby Proofing Consultant:

Do you have an eye for unsafe conditions? Are you an advocate for child safety? Babyproofers assess home environments for potential and hazardous conditions, making recommendations and suggestions to the homeowner to create a safer environment for babies and children.

5. Birthday Party Planner:

Are you up to date with the latest trends in children’s birthday parties? Birthday party planners, plan, organize and execute all aspects of a birthday party, leaving the parent free to enjoy their child’s special day.

6. Blogger:

Do you enjoy conversational writing? Blogging is an easy and affordable way to start your own business from home. The topics you can write on are endless, and there are tons of ways to monetize your blog.

Not sure how to get started? This post has step-by-step instructions on how to setup your blog in 30 minutes or less.

7. Bookkeeper:

Do numbers excite you? Are you organized and pay great attention to detail? Then bookkeeping may be right up your alley. Bookkeepers help business owners and bloggers organize and keep track of their monthly income and expenses. If you think Bookkeeping may be your calling — check out this FREE training series from Bookkeeper Business Academy.

8. Cake Baker:

Do you love to bake? Do you have a special recipe for chocolate cake that everyone raves about? Turn your passion into a cake baking business. The opportunities are endless – birthdays, baby showers, weddings, retirement parties, housewarming parties, bachelorette parties, and so on.

9. Career or Life Coach:

Do you run a successful blog? Are you a direct sales guru? Then offer your special expertise to others looking for guidance in a specific area, whether it is time management, PR, stress management or career guidance; the topics are endless, and coaching is a terrific home-based career for all year round.

10. Celebrity Gifting Outreach:

Are you a celeb gawker? Assist small business owners with their PR campaigns by getting their products into the hands of celebrities. Campaigns will consist of working with small business owners, coordinating gifting opportunities (award shows, baby showers, births, weddings) and then scoping the various media outlets for sightings of the stars with your client’s product.

11. Child Care:

Do you love working with kids? An easy way to make some extra cash is to simply provide child care services. With meetings, PTA involvement and date nights with the hubby, there are more than enough opportunities for you to cash in on this much-needed service year round.

12. Conference Founder:

Do you love empowering women? Start your own series of conferences or in person retreats for women. Will involve recruiting speakers, vendors, and sponsors along with event planning, marketing and a lot of dedication. You can read Trish Morrison’s story here.

13. Consulting:

Are you considered an expert in your field? Do you like to assist others? Act as an advisor to others who are in need of your skill and expertise – will require solution based answers.

14. Copywriting:

Do you have a way with words? Copywriting is the process of using persuasive words to promote a person, product, business, idea or opinion. Copywriters write the words in TV commercials, radio ads, magazines, newspapers, billboards, flyers, websites and direct mailings – wherever something is being sold, copywriters are hard at work writing alluring and compelling advertisements.

15. Coupon Crusader:

Do you love a good deal? Whether you’re a frugality blogger or a lover of social media, many daily deal sites and coupon companies will pay you for sharing deals with your family, friends, and audience. Check out platforms like, Escalate Media and Go Freebies to get started.

16. Crafter:

Are you crafty? Sell your handmade items on sites like Etsy, 1000 Markets, Art Fire, CraftStar, or Folksy. You can also set up shop at flea markets, conferences, and boutique shows. Make custom orders or teach others how to craft too on sites like, Craftsy.

17. Culinary Consultant:

Are you a culinary wizard? Chef’s Line offers real-time advice from professional chef’s. If you share their mission of cooking empowerment and have a culinary background, contact them via email to explore their work at home opportunities.

18. Direct Sales:

Are you a social butterfly? We’ve all heard of direct sales companies like Avon , but did you know that there are thousands of direct sales companies? Find one that offers products that you feel passionate about and get selling. Direct sale companies offer starter kits that give you everything you need to get started, and they usually have a very low start up cost. Your first prospects and buyers will be friends, family, and co-workers; you will then build your customer base by getting referrals from these people.

19. Doula:

Do babies excite you? “A birth doula is an individual who offers one-on-one support for a woman in labor as well as her partner and family. The word “doula” comes from a Greek word meaning “woman’s servant.” Birth doulas provide continuous, uninterrupted care for the laboring woman and her partner, helping them participate fully in their experience by offering physical and emotional support and information about the birth process and their available options”.

20. E-Book Writer:

Are you an expert in your field? Do you enjoy writing? Take your knowledge and put it to paper and sell it on your website, blog, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble. Need help getting started? Suzi shares her exact formula for creating an e-book in one-month!

21. Editor:

Do you have an eye for detail and excellent grammar and spelling skills? Writers all over are in desperate need of Editors and Proofreaders to correct and fine tune their masterpieces.

22. Etsy Seller:

Are you artsy? Make and sell your hand-made goodies, from homemade candles, handbags, jewelry, soap, tutus, and the possibilities are endless for those who have a creative flair.

23. Event Planner:

Do you love to plan? From weddings and birthday parties to baby showers and retirement parties, Event Planners handle the details of location, budget, lodging, decorations, entertainment, food, beverages, transportation, activities, invitations and the like.

24. Expert Advice Giver:

Are you a know it all? Ether is a company that sells expert advice by phone and email. Set your rate and hours, they take 15% of what you make. Some examples are a therapist, doctor, nurse, tax expert, teacher offering their expertise to customers.

25. Face Painter:

Are you a talented painter? Do you enjoy working with children? Take your painting talents to birthday parties, carnivals, amusement parks, company picnics, zoos and more.

26. Fashion Consultant:

Do you have a passion for fashion? Would you love to have your own fashion boutique, but don’t have the funds to invest in a brick and mortar storefront? No problem. The direct sales industry has made it easier than ever to have your very own home-based business within the fashion world. Companies like cabi, Stella & Dot, KOKOON, Claudia G and Chloe + Isabel have home business opportunities that are affordable and easy to setup.

27. Financial Planner:

Do you have a strong financial background? Financial planners assist individuals with important investment decisions, such as retirement, college, stock purchases, major life events and more.

28. Food Creator:

Are you a foodie? Create and sell one of a kind food products, from gourmet peanut butter to spicy sauces and salsas, the niches available are endless. Try testing out your food creation on a smaller site like Foodzie or learn how to bring your food product to market.

29. Forum Moderator:

Do you have the gift of gab? With this gig, you’ll manage website’s forums by keeping spammers out, approving comments, resolving conflicts, starting new conversations, and assisting members with their concerns.

30. Franchise Owner:

Do you want to be your own boss? So you want to have your own business, but you’re not sure where to start a Home-Based Franchise offers excellent opportunities with a low-risk potential.

31. Gift Guide Creator:

Do the holidays ring your bell? Create, write and publish holiday gifts guides – will involve collecting articles, recipes, and features, as well as editing, formatting and obtaining advertisers to purchase ad space.

32. Grant Writer:

Do you have experience writing grant proposals? As a grant writer, you’ll specialize in writing persuasive proposals that persuade individuals to donate money to a specific cause.

33. Graphic Designer:

Do fonts and boldface type excite you? Graphic Design is a way to visually communicate with people; it could be through a poster, an advertisement in a magazine, a website, a business logo, a greeting card or even an album cover, these are all examples of what graphic designers create.

34. Hairdresser:

Do you have a cosmetology license? Take your hairstyling skills home by cutting, coloring and styling client’s hair in the comfort or your home or theirs.

35. Handmade Invitation Creator:

Are you artistic? Create beautiful and unique handmade cards, wedding invitations, or announcement greetings. The avenues for selling are numerous: create your own online store, sell them to friends and family, sell them on Esty, approach brick, and mortar stores about your cards or sell them through your own in home parties.

36. Home Stager:

Do you have a way with design? Home Staging is the process of de-cluttering, organizing and improving the physical appearance of a residential dwelling before putting it on the market for sale.

37. House Cleaning:

Do you hate dirt and grime? Offer cleaning services to friends, families, and neighbors, ranging from laundering clothing and house cleaning, to meal prep and washing windows. You can also post your cleaning services on bulletin boards and local newspapers.

38. House Sitter:

Do you have a flexible schedule? Agree to keep on eye on individual’s homes and pets while they are away. Services can include feeding pets, gathering the mail and newspaper, making the house look occupied, watering plants, maintaining the yard and pool, paying bills and light housekeeping.

39. Illustrator:

Do you like to draw and paint? Use your artistic talents to create images for children’s books, medical diagrams, fashion designs, brochures, advertising material or product packing.

40. Independent Tour Guide:

Do you love to show people around? Share your passion for your city, state or community on Vayable. Guides could be foodies, art buffs, historians, nature lovers – just show out of town guests a good time and a unique and one of a kind experience. Guides determine their own price and Vayable takes 15% of the booking fee.

41. Instructional Design:

Do you have a passion for learning? Instructional Design is the process by which instructional materials and manuals are designed, developed, and delivered. Instructional Designers can understand the learning process and how to convey it through written word. While there are Instructional Design degree programs available, many Instructional Designers just have a teaching, marketing, writing background.

42. Interior Designer:

Do you have a flair for design? Use your creative skills as an Interior Designer/Decorator to assist others with creating an environment that suits their personality and needs. Are you into the green movement and budget decorating? Help homeowners use what they already and become an Interior Redesigner.

43. Internet Researcher:

Can you find the needle in the haystack? If so, becoming an online internet researcher may be the perfect home-based business for you. Everyday companies, writers, and marketers need research done, and they are willing to pay you for your hard work.

44. Inventor:

Did you just create the next big thing? Take your new product to market and watch the sales soar. Check out these awesome inventions from women just like you – Ficklets, Grill Charms and Hot Tot.

45. Investor Relations Specialist:

Do you know how to secure funding? Finding funding for a small business can be a lot of work, not to mention the huge learning curve. Use your inside knowledge of how the investment realm works, and assist other entrepreneurs with obtaining and securing funding for their business.

46. Jewelry Maker:

Do the accessories make the outfit? Take your love of creating jewelry and become online jewelry entrepreneur. The avenues for selling are numerous: create your own online store, sell them to friends and family, sell them on Esty, approach brick, and mortar stores about your jewelry, or sell them through your own in home parties.

47. Landscape Design:

Do you have a green thumb? Design outdoor landscapes, advise clients on various plants and trees as well as installation, demolition and clean up.

48. Marketing Specialist:

Are you persistent? Detail oriented? Marketing Assistants offer such tasks such as writing press releases, creating newsletters, blogs, podcasts, offering copywriting services, marketing research or integrating social networking into a marketing strategy – the services that you can provide are endless, and all depend on your specific niche and background experience.

49. Massage Therapist:

Are you a licensed massage therapist? Provide in home massage and spa treatments, or take your skills on the road and offer chair massages at conferences, grocery stores, malls and other events.

50. Mastermind Leader:

Are you a leader in your field? Create, plan, organize a group of like-minded individuals and guide them and share your knowledge and expertise so that the group as a whole can grow and expand their knowledge base – aiding in their success.

51. Meal Planning Expert:

Are you a meal planning guru? Share your love for organization with food, and create a membership program where you share weekly and month meal plans, complete with recipes and grocery lists. Specialize in a niche such as gluten free, kid friendly or budget friendly menus.

52. Medical Transcriptionist:

Do you have a love for medical terminology? Medical Transcription is the process of transcribing recorded messages from medical professionals to written medical documents.

53. Membership Site Owner:

Are you a wealth of knowledge? Share your knowledge via a paid membership site; benefits could include articles, webinars, teleseminars, videos, tutorials, e-books, worksheets, and a forum. Topic ideas and information that you can share are endless.

54. Muralist:

Do you see things on a large scale? Use your talent as a painter and assist individuals with transforming their indoor and outdoor space into the oasis they have always dreamed about. Choose to work with private residents or commercial establishments. Connect with clients on Find a Muralist.com.

55. Music Instructor:

Do you have a musical background? Share your love and knowledge for music with others by offering music lessons and instruction.

56. Mystery Shopper:

Do you love shopping? Register to become a Mystery Shopper and check out local businesses, restaurants and establishments. You won’t make a killing, but you could end up with a free dinner or a small amount of pocket cash.

57. Networking/Information System Administrator:

Are you a techie? Use your tech skills to assist individuals and companies with network administration, database administration, server administration and implementation.

58. Nurse Case Worker:

Do you have your nursing license? Insurance companies and hospitals are seeking registered nurses to perform case management tasks from home. Tasks include reviewing medical records, following up with patient’s care and education.

Looking for more remote nursing jobs? Check out this post — it has listings for MSNs, RNs, and LVNs.

59. Online Boutique Owner:

Do you enjoy finding the hippest new products? Combine all of your favorite brands and products and open up an online boutique.

60. Online Publisher:

Do you love being online, but don’t like dealing with tech issues? Start publishing with established brands like Hula Frog, Macaroni Kid, Living on Cheap, or City Moms Blog.

61. Personal Chef:

Are you the next Julia Child? Take your passion for cooking and create menus and meals for others. Personal Chefs can charge per meal or day and specialize in niche segments like vegetarian diets and gluten-free.

62. Personal Concierge:

A Personal Concierge is detail oriented, home-based professional that offers corporate and individual assistance by completing such tasks such as arranging meetings, planning corporate events, purchasing gifts or tickets, making reservations and paying bills. The services that you can provide are endless, and all depend on your specific niche and experience.

63. Personal Shopper:

Do you love to shop? Offer your shopping services to others by looking for the best deals and then purchasing items either online or in store. This will save your client a ton of time; you can even offer to gift wrap presents for an additional charge.

64. Personal Stylist:

Is your passion, fashion? Then use your knowledge to help other women discover their own sense of style. Personal Stylists, sometimes called Image Consultants, assist clients with new wardrobe shopping, accessorizing, makeup, hair, and generally revamping their appearance for an overall new and fresh image.

65. Personal Trainer:

Are you a health nut? Is exercise your forte? Help others achieve their fitness goals with your experience, knowledge, and motivation.

66. Pet Groomer:

Do you love animals? Assist pet owners with keeping their animals looking and feeling their best.

67. Pet Sitter:

Do you love animals? Pet Sitters take care of people’s pets while they are on vacation and business trips – everything from feeding, walking, cleaning, pampering and loving.

68. Photographer:

Do you have a distinguishing eye? Then use your talent to take photos for others – family photos, kids, pets, weddings, special events, and professional headshots.

Need more ideas? Here is a HUGE list of stock photo sites where you can sell your photos for cash.

69. Professional Organizer:

Are you organized? Professional Organizers help others organize their homes and offices with the end result being a more functional environment, increased productivity, and decreased stress and chaos. Want to get more specific? Help individuals organize their digital photos; otherwise known as Photo Organizers.

70. Project Manager:

Are you extremely organized? Assist other with managing projects from start to finish. This role will encompass planning, developing, budgeting, accessing, and controlling the overall outcome of the project.

71. Public Relations Professional:

Do you have good communication skills? Are you persistent? PR Professionals help individuals and companies secure media exposure on TV, radio, newspapers, online and in magazines.

72. Real Estate Agent:

Are you accommodating? Good at sales? And know your geographic area well? Real Estate Agents help clients buy and sell homes. Training takes around 150 hours of course work but often times it can be done at home, at night or on the weekends.

73. Recruiter:

Can you sniff out good talent? Assist companies with finding the best and most qualified applicants for a job. Will assist with recruiting, interviewing, negotiating and coming up with a strategic plan to get vacant positions filled.

74. Resume Writer:

A resume is a short history of a person’s work experience and skills – Professional Resume Writers use words and formatting to create a powerful image to sells a job seeker to a potential employer.

75. Sales Representative:

Are you outgoing, motivated and energetic? Sales Representatives sell a variety of products and services in varying settings. Many companies are willing to train the right individual and compensation can be very lucrative.

76. Seamstress:

Is sewing your passion? Help individuals with making their garments fit and look perfect. Specialize in a niche like wedding alterations or formal wear.

77. Sell Used Items on Craigslist, eBay, and at Consignment Shops:

Do you love garage sales and thrift stores? Take mildly used and unwanted goods and make some additional money by selling them online.

Only 1 Company Will Pay You $1000 Taking Surveys

Make money online taking surveys Earn $100 To $1000 every day for free so what is the best way and where to join survey company Only 1 Company Will Pay You $1000 Taking Paid Surveys

There are many companies and websites on the net claiming to show you how to make money taking surveys. However, they are by no means equal in the quality of product that they offer, and you may think that all survey companies are the same but there are many operating with bad intentions.

In this article I want to help you recognize the best survey company around and how to make $100 to $1000 every day and show you which one to sign up that you’re able to make money taking surveys.

Cash On Survey Is the latest website to offer a comprehensive interface with the most profitable survey sites on the Internet. Other survey sites might be free and they might make some pretty hefty promises. But only with Make Cash Taking Surveys will you actually see measurable financial results.

You’ve probably seen dozens of ads promising you hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars each month and all you have to do is answer a few survey questions. Those ads don’t come anywhere near telling you the whole story.

There are two types of paid survey sites – free sites and sites that you have to pay a fee to join. While they have a few slight differences, they both operate in much the same way. You provide a detailed user profile and the website matches you up with advertisers looking for product opinions and reviews. Typically there will be hundreds of basic surveys you can choose to participate in and they may take just a few minutes each to fill in the answers. For each of these standard surveys you’ll earn a few cents or maybe even a dollar or two.

It’s the high-end surveys you’re really interested in and these pay upwards of $50 or $70 – and some advertisers even send you there products for free so you can try them out before you take the survey.

The problem with most sites is, these high-end offers are few and far between, and the offers they do get are delegated to… you guessed it. the members who paid to upgrade their account. So if you want to earn that promised $1500 a month you need to either answer a ton of basic, $2 surveys or you need to pay a fee for access to the higher paying gigs.

Most people who make a solid monthly income from paid survey sites belong to several sites, both free and paid. It’s the only way you can get access to enough surveys to make any money. But at $2 maximum per survey, you’re going to have to spend a lot of time answering questions.

So what makes take surveys for cash different from those other survey sites?

The Fee – With those other paid survey sites you pay a monthly fee and it can be as high as $50 or $100 dollars. Even you can make $1000 Every day Multiply that by 12 months and you’re paying a pretty hefty fee for the privilege of sitting at your computer all day, every day and filling out miles of mindless surveys. With take surveys for cash you only pay a one-time fee of $34.95 and that’s it. Even if you’re a member for years you never have to pay another fee.

User Friendly – Some of those other online paid survey sites are so confusing it’s hardly worth the effort. By the time you actually get to a survey you’re worn out from all the clicking around and filling in the blanks. Make Cash Taking Surveys is a very user-friendly site that’s easy for anyone to understand,.

The Surveys – Take surveys for cash deals with name brand advertisers – Starbucks, Best Buy, Coca-Cola, HP, Apple – you name it, all the big name advertisers are already onboard. And because it’s such a new site there’s no waiting in line for available surveys. In fact, your email box will be flooded with new surveys every day.

Most surveys take only 15 to 30 minutes to complete and you get to choose the surveys that best suit your lifestyle and experience. Of course, you’ll also have advertisers contacting you, so make sure you’ve got an email address set up and ready to go.

The Payout – Take surveys for cash pays out every week via check or Paypal.

Thousands of people are making good money working online taking paid surveys. The problem is, if you’re just getting started, it’s hard to work your way to the top of the list so you can get some of those better paying gigs. Make Cash Taking Surveys has plenty of room at the top – for everybody. And with a one-time-only fee of only $34.94 you’ll be able to recoup that fee in the first week and never pay another cent.

If you’re getting tired of an endless stream of worthless surveys and you’re ready to move to the head of the line, then Make Cash Taking Surveys is the answer to your prayers. Start taking surveys today and you’ll see your first paycheck in less than a week.