Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Online Jury Duty





To all the Judge Judy, Drop Dead Diva, or The Good Wife fans, you'll like this one. There are lawyers who are looking for feedback on a case and how will it go before a jury. They use online jury sites like onlineverdict.com, ejury.com and trialpractice.com for inputs and as a preliminary feedback on cases. The good thing about ejurors, you will get paid for your participation.

Payment amounts vary depending on the complexity and length of the case you review, but payments start at $20 per case and can go up to $60 per case.

As an eligible online juror you may be asked to review cases that are filed in your county or federal district. You will receive an email invitation from them to review the case at your convenience, but once enough responses are received, the case will close and no additional participants are needed.

Let us put what we have learned on Judge Judy, Drop Dead Diva, or The Good Wife in good use and be an online juror. It sounds really exciting.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Virtual Office Assistant




Virtual Assistant (typically abbreviated to VA, also called a virtual office assistant) is generally self-employed and provides professional administrative, technical, or creative (social) assistance to clients from a home office. Because virtual assistants are independent contractors rather than employees, clients are not responsible for any employee-related taxes, insurance or benefits (except in the context that those indirect expenses are included in the VAs fees). Clients also avoid the logistical problem of providing extra office space, equipment or supplies. Clients pay for 100% productive work, and can work with Virtual Assistants, individually, or in multi-VA firms to meet their exact needs. Virtual Assistants usually work for other small businesses. It is estimated that there are as few as 5,000-8,000 or as many as 25,000 virtual assistants worldwide; the profession is growing in centralized economies with "fly-in, fly-out" staffing practices.

This is a growing industry because it is a lot more cheaper to hire VAs than hiring a full time staff.

Here are the sites I know you can get VA jobs:

odesk.com
teamdoubleclick.com
simplyhired.com

Happy job hunting!

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Tutoring Online



If you are into teaching and need extra income, you might find online tutoring a great way to earn those dollars.

Here are the some reputable sites that need tutors:

Tutor.com - tutors are paid every month, and pay is based on the subjects tutored and the number of hours tutored. As an example - their most active Chemistry tutors earn anywhere from $800 to $1600 a month. They also offer bonuses, performance incentives and opportunity for growth.

ehomeworkhelp.com - Start at $10 per hour or more and you can create your own schedule nice huh.

studentoffortune.com - Users post questions to our site, seeking help with an academic or technical subject. They offer a bounty for what they're willing to pay for a tutorial that teaches them how to solve their problem.