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Are you looking for a legitimate scam free way to work at home? Perfect because you just found a great resource that you can use to find the perfect work from home job for you. On this page, you’ll find links to thousands of companies hiring work at home positions.

You can get started below by choosing the best category for you. Below the list of categories, I give you a brief description of each type of WAH job. If there’s a site, I prefer I will also recommend them below.

If you have any questions about the WAH Jobs below, please leave comments below. Let’s get started finding the best Work From Home Job for YOU!

If you’re currently working or know of other Work At Home Jobs that fit into the following categories, please leave me a comment making me aware so we can all have access to your job lead!

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Data Entry


Search Engine Assessor



Virtual Assistant



Usability Testing


Errand & Driving

Survey Sites

Rewards Sites

Smart Phone Apps


Mystery Shopping

Direct Sales

Work At Home Job Descriptions

Data Entry

If you’re looking for a work from home job, you’ve probably heard about Data Entry. Basically, with a Data Entry job you will be providing short tasks, this could mean transfer files from one form to another, putting things into categories, or any job that is time-consuming, but usually pretty easy. Data Entry can be done in your spare time or even as a full-time work from home job.

See All Data Entry Jobs


These work from home opportunities are writing jobs. Most of these sites work on a per job basis where you will be bidding jobs or asked to write a particular post for a company. You can find all kinds of writing such as informational posts, press releases, list posts, and much more. Of course being a decent writer is a requirement, and better writers have any easier time getting off the ground and pulling in jobs.

If you’re interested in freelance writing, make sure to check out 30 Days Or Less To Freelance Writing Success. It’s an awesome course to learn how to start/grow a freelance writing business. For a limited time, get a copy of their free ebook: 200 Freelance Writing Niche Ideas!

Search Engine Assessor

These work from home opportunities are pretty specialized, but the companies offer training. What you will be doing is finding out of place websites within search results. These companies pay hourly and can be a full-time or part-time job. If you have a general understand of how search engines work you can probably make a living from home being a search engine assessor.

All Search Engine Assessor Jobs


Pretty good with the camera? Here are some sites that will allow you to sell your photos online. There aren’t very many full-time positions available in this field, but you can post photos for sell. These sites take a commission for bringing you together with the buyer, but it is possible to make a solid online income from posting your photos for sale. This field is very competitive, but if it’s your passion and you’re good at it, there is no reason why you can’t work from home as a photographer.

I highly recommend the products at Digital Photography School. Specifically, their E-Book called Going Pro. Which takes you through everything you need to know to start selling your photos online!

All Photography Jobs


These work from opportunities are transcription jobs. If you’re not familiar, Transcription is converting audio files into text. You usually get paid per audio hour, and all sites have different rates. The qualifications for most sites are a good listener, good to excellent typists, and the ability to work from home. These jobs are usually very flexible and pay pretty well once you get the hang of transcription.

Most jobs require you to have a high-quality headset and foot pedal.

If you have any interest in transcribing from home, make sure to check out the course at TranscribeAnywhere. The course will teach you how to transcribe and how to find high-paying transcription jobs. You can also sign up for their Free 7-day course just to make sure Transcription is right for you!

All Transcription Jobs

Virtual Assistant

Have a background as a secretary or assistant? You can now do the job you’ve been doing for years all online. It’s hard to put an exact description as what you will be up to as a VA, but it’s all up to whoever hires you. VA duties can include scheduling appointments, responding to emails, writing, answering phone calls, or anything they ask you to do.

Make sure to check out the course 30 Days or Less to VA Success. The course shows you exactly how to make money as a Virtual Assistant and covers how to find work, how much you should charge, etc. They also have a few freebies you should check out. One is an e-book of 150 VA Services you can offer, and here’s a blog post that covers the basics of becoming a VA!

All VA Jobs


You can actually teach people from home. Most of these sites require at least a degree from a college or university and some require a degree in a certain area. These sites tutor in all kinds of subjects at all age levels. As long as you meet the qualifications you can make some extra money in your free time or rev up your hours and make a decent living from tutoring students online.

All Education Jobs


Are you bilingual? You may have what it takes to meet the requirements of a work at home translator or interpreter. Most of these jobs consist of translating documents, transcribing audio files into another language, or interpreting phone calls.

All Translation Jobs

Usability Testing

Do you want to get paid $10 plus for less than 30 minutes of your time? Usability Testing might be a good option for you! Get paid to give you feedback on company websites. Record your screen and voice as you work through tasks on websites. Let them know what’s working great and what can be improved.

All Usability Testing Sites

Errand & Driving

These might not be Work At Home Jobs, but they are cool, easy ways to make extra income with your vehicle, driving,  or by running errands.

All Driving Jobs

Survey Sites

Everyone has an opinion; you might as well get paid for it. Here’s a huge list of paid online survey sites that pay you for sharing your opinion.

All Extra Income Sites

Rewards Sites

These are what I like to call “paid to do” sites. These sites pay you to do things like surveys, offers, videos, music, and much more. Get points or cash that can be exchanged for prizes and gift cards.

Full List Of Reward Sites

Smart Phone Apps

I’m a huge fan of making money online anyway I can. In this work at home category, you’ll find all the smartphone apps that will pay you money. These apps might pay you to take surveys, download other apps, unlock your phone, or shop.

The earning potential with your smartphone increases every day!

All Apps I Recommend


Everyone loves to shop, or at least has to grocery shop, right? In this work from category, I’ll show you all the sites and apps that will pay you cash back for shopping.

Sites & Apps That Pay You To Shop

Mystery Shopping

This is another extra side income opportunity that’s very popular, but there’s a lot of scams out there, so you have to be careful. Most of these jobs have a few requirements but are easy to join. I’ll cover normal mystery shopping jobs along with phone jobs and apps.

You’re getting paid to go to a store and collect information as a customer. Mystery Shopping jobs range from $5-$100+ per job.

Scam Free Mystery Shopping Jobs

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I really hope that you found what you were looking for inside this Free Work From Home Jobs Directory. I do my best to keep these lists as updated as possible, along with linking to my full reviews of job leads as I cover them.

But if you did not find what you wanted here on this page, you may be interested in some of the ways I recommend to make money online and work at home.

To see my recommendation you can check out these extra income sites or check out My #1 Recommendation, it’s how I made over $13,000 online last month!

Do you have more WAH jobs to add to this free directory? Held one of these work at home positions? Let me hear your comments on this WAH job leads directory in the comments below!

20 thoughts on “Legitimate and Scam Free Work At Home Jobs Directory”

    • Thanks for reading Cain.

      What kind of work from home job are you looking for?

      Do you have any offline experience or skills that might translate well to a work from home job?


  1. Thanks.i need training and a mentor.Am new in doi.g business online.i dont have website.can create one for me free.waiting to Read from You. Thanks.

  2. I must confess this is an informative post,and the important thing is that you saved us by including the scam free sites,there are other once like internet marketing l,affiliate marketing and the likes which I will like you to write on.
    We also have a post on 10 Legitimate work from home jobs,people can come and read them too.
    Googling is another aspect I like we have the site that pay $20to $$30/hour

  3. Hi Brok , the reply to a reply functionality on this page isn’t working , am not sure if this is on purpose or not , so i just wanted to say the below , feel free not to post it , Cheers

    “Wow thanks for the quick reply brok

    Well i do have knowledge&experience not sure i would call it a skill like (Language (Eng/arab/norg)- Football – Fitness -Gaming-engineering)
    I know i shouldn’t say this but sometimes i see some amazing people on fiverr and i think i can’t compare and i quit before posting my self .

    I think ill follow your recommendation – am afraid of putting time and effort in something that wouldn’t pay me what i want to be paid from the list of WAH – and ill invest more time into starting my own blog and maybe get a part time somewhere

    And thanks a lot for the advice about getting my domain name now and slow cook my blog , its great advice and this is the first time i hear it. ill remember your course when am ready to start affiliate marketing

    Please keep up your great posts and i wish you achieve what your desire

    Best regards
    Adam “

    • Hey Adam,

      Thanks for letting me know I’ll look into it.

      Sounds great, Fiverr is a legitimate way to earn. Similar to starting a blog, it doesn’t happen overnight. Your first few gig orders take some time to get and then it can take off once you have some positive feedback. If Fiverr is something you’d like to do, again I’d get a gig up asap.

      In regards to the domain name, I hear it all the time. “I haven’t published my site because it’s not finished yet.” Which makes NO SENSE because your site will never be finished!

      It’s better to have a blog that has a few pages of content and a post once a month then no site at all. Even if you’re just publishing once a month your still gaining authority and domain age. Which will help with rankings down the road.

      Of course, publishing more will expedite the process but just do what you can.

      My recommendation is to start your website right away and do as much as you can. At least you’ll be building for the future. When it comes to a domain and hosting you can usually get by with $50 or less a year when starting out so it’s a small price to pay for an advantage over other new blogs in your niche down the road.

      Hope this helps feel free to reach out if you have any other questions.


  4. Hi Brok

    Am gonna start a master’s degree in engineering in Montreal , but while in University I expect to have some free time and not enough money and i want to work from home for about 2 hours a day , the rest of my time will be be on starting my own affiliate marketing journey and studying.

    my question if you can help is
    Which Two Online/WAH jobs would be most efficient (Money per Time spent)?

    P.S i read both your pages on Extra Income and WAH , but can’t decide
    P.P.S i subscribed to your YouTube and gonna be following your site.
    Wish you the best

    thank you

    • Hey Adam thanks for reading!

      Do you have any skills that you could use to make money freelancing?

      When spending two hours a day if you could pick up freelance work that might be a good option.

      Something that’s popular right now is ESL tutoring, but there’re usually only certain times that you can tutor, which might not work for you.

      I Highly recommend starting a blog and making money with affiliate marketing, but you start out with an income of zero. Although there’s a great income potential this might not be the best idea for you if you’re going to be struggling to make ends meet while in school. Either way I’d go ahead and learn about it and possibly even buy a domain name. You can work on your site if you find extra time. One important thing is the age of your domain, so if you know it’s something you’d like to pursue down the road, buying a domain name now is a good idea.


  5. Hi, I’ve just been looking through your work at home job vacancies, but the only ones listed don’t include any work at home jobs? Am i missing something?
    Hope you can help.

    • Great question Alan. So I started this site back in 2013, and have spent hours over that time period creating content, responding to comments/emails, etc. With that being said, at this point in time I could easily make that amount with just a few hours a week.

      At this time I’m still trying to grow this blog’s traffic and income so I post several times a week and am very attentive to comments and questions. I go in spurts on how much I work on it, but I’d say 5-8 hours a week is what it takes me. If I’m writing new content to schedule in advance it could be more like 10-15 hours a week.

      The whole reason I got into blogging was for a passive income, which I could easily have with just a few hours each week.

      Hope this answers your question. Make sure to check out Wealthy Affiliate. It’s where I learned how to drive traffic to my blog and make money!



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