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the assassin 2 angel babies; Roseville, MI, United States 2936 posts
Apr 23rd '12

but they have other accounts she can apply to work within the company (convergys). :)

Sarah2705 1 child; Los Angeles, California 735 posts
Apr 23rd '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting the asari:</b>" check convergys.com for work at home positions. I worked with them before and it helped with the expenses, had to stop because I had school too. :)"</blockquote>




How was that? Did you enjoy it?

☮live Due January 23; 2 kids; Nampa, Idaho 14721 posts
Apr 23rd '12
Quoting Chuck Bass:" Agreed. Although if she makes under a certain amount she wouldn't have to pay taxes anyway. But if someone ... [snip!] ... anyway. But if someone is paying her for childcare they can claim it on their tax returns, but only if she reports it too. "


Oh yes, I shoulda mentioned it'd have to be a pretty profitable daycare to have to file, but if parent wanted to deduct that she'd most definitely have to report it. Lets be legit, people ;)

the assassin 2 angel babies; Roseville, MI, United States 2936 posts
Apr 23rd '12
Quoting Sarah2705:" <blockquote><b>Quoting the asari:</b>" check convergys.com for work at home positions. ... [snip!] ... it helped with the expenses, had to stop because I had school too. :)"</blockquote> How was that? Did you enjoy it?"


yes, it was fun but I couldn't juggle it with school and taking care of the boys. It was worth it though once a project is over for seasonal you can apply for another project within the company.

Sarah2705 1 child; Los Angeles, California 735 posts
Apr 23rd '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting the asari:</b>" yes, it was fun but I couldn't juggle it with school and taking care of the boys. It was worth it though once a project is over for seasonal you can apply for another project within the company."</blockquote>




Oh ok... How log did you train for? Is it very competitive or pretty simple to get hired? Hope you don't mind all the questions!

the assassin 2 angel babies; Roseville, MI, United States 2936 posts
Apr 23rd '12
Quoting Sarah2705:" <blockquote><b>Quoting the asari:</b>" yes, it was fun but I couldn't juggle it with ... [snip!] ... ok... How log did you train for? Is it very competitive or pretty simple to get hired? Hope you don't mind all the questions!"


the training was at least a week or two from your phone and the portal they will ask you to download when you get hired. It is really easy to apply then just wait for a phone call from them as an interview on how you are on the phone. Then you can start after the training, you get paid the moment you start on your training too. It's mostly about how you can navigate the software program for the job and the product specs for the project you are in. :)

Sarah2705 1 child; Los Angeles, California 735 posts
Apr 23rd '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting the asari:</b>" the training was at least a week or two from your phone and the portal they will ask you to download ... [snip!] ... It's mostly about how you can navigate the software program for the job and the product specs for the project you are in. :)"</blockquote>




I see,sounds pretty good! I just saw there aren't positions in California but I will bookmark this and check back in the future. Thank you I really appreciate it :)

the assassin 2 angel babies; Roseville, MI, United States 2936 posts
Apr 23rd '12
Quoting Sarah2705:" <blockquote><b>Quoting the asari:</b>" the training was at least a week or two from ... [snip!] ... there aren't positions in California but I will bookmark this and check back in the future. Thank you I really appreciate it :)"


aww. did you check this one? http://careers.convergysworkathome.com/
I hope you get in too. :) It's pretty easy.

Sarah2705 1 child; Los Angeles, California 735 posts
Apr 23rd '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting the asari:</b>" aww. did you check this one? http://careers.convergysworkathome.com/ I hope you get in too. :) It's pretty easy."</blockquote>




Well I see in one place it says they're hiring in all states, so I will give it a go and see what happens. :)

the assassin 2 angel babies; Roseville, MI, United States 2936 posts
Apr 23rd '12
Quoting Sarah2705:" <blockquote><b>Quoting the asari:</b>" aww. did you check this one? http://careers.convergysworkathome.com/ ... [snip!] ... Well I see in one place it says they're hiring in all states, so I will give it a go and see what happens. :)"


ah. goodluck! hope you get the job! :)

Taryn - Anya's mommy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Toronto, Ontario 49464 posts
Apr 23rd '12
Quoting the asari:" ah. goodluck! hope you get the job! :)"

I never knew about that site, and I checked it out, since our business is hurting a little but no one is hiring work at home in Canada :(

raw_mama 2 kids; Syrian Arab Republic 153 posts
Apr 23rd '12

What are you good at or passionate about? The best way to make money from home is really to just take something you are good at and turn it into a business.



So if you for instance have a background in teaching, start a tutoring business.
If you have a background in childcare, start a daycare.
If you have a background in writing, you could tutor college kids or be a ghost writer.

the assassin 2 angel babies; Roseville, MI, United States 2936 posts
Apr 23rd '12
Quoting Tara - Anya's mommy:" I never knew about that site, and I checked it out, since our business is hurting a little but no one is hiring work at home in Canada :("


aww. :( Just keep posted with updates they might open opportunities for canada too.

Taryn - Anya's mommy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Toronto, Ontario 49464 posts
Apr 23rd '12
Quoting the asari:" aww. :( Just keep posted with updates they might open opportunities for canada too."

they let you sign up with a Canadian address, ill just have to keep an eye out

the assassin 2 angel babies; Roseville, MI, United States 2936 posts
Apr 23rd '12
Quoting Tara - Anya's mommy:" they let you sign up with a Canadian address, ill just have to keep an eye out"


that's good. :)