Friday, October 31, 2008
Need a little more information about making legitmate earnings at home? Then might I suggest working for a call center. You can apply for a position at Alpine Access at (http://www.alpineaccess.com/ ). There will be a pre-screening, then a test to take, they also have computer and equipment requirements. Afterwards, a background check is required. Alpine pays $9.00 per hour. Visit their website to get more information. Visit my website in the future, I will give information on other legimate work at home opportunities when you visit my website again.
at 12:45 AM
Monday, October 27, 2008
American Consumer Opinion actually sends you a check for completing surveys. I have been a member for years and I love it! It's not like other online survey websites that only promises sweepstakes or gifts, every time you complete a survey. ACOP pays you cash, if you qualify for the survey. Just to clarify, clients of ACOP need people to survey that fit a certain criteria. For example, the client might request, an african american, making $30,000-$40,000 a year in the Detroit area. If you fall under that category, they will send you an email requesting you to complete the survey. ACOP will ask a few questions, then will notify you via email if you were selected to complete the survey. If you do qualify, you will be contacted to complete the survey. The questions are easy and you just have to give your honest opinion. How easy is that to make a few bucks? On average, I have been paid $4-$10 for completing 15-30 minute surveys. You do the math. Not bad! Sign-up! It's worth it!
at 10:08 AM
Thursday, October 23, 2008
What happened to our manners? People are rude these days! Why can't we say "Excuse me" as we squeezed through narrow openings between people. What about saying "Thank you" when someone opens the door for you! Are we that stressed about our daily lives that we can't say "Thanks!" What do you think?
at 5:25 PM
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
These economic times require creative ways to earn money. Have you heard of being a "Mystery Shopper"? A Mystery shopper visits various restaurants, hotels, etc., to evaluate customer service. Thereafter, they must complete a report about the experience. Good deal. If you are going to these establishments anyway, why not earn money doing so. Granted you won't become a millionaire, however, $6-$10 for a report isn't bad. Sometimes they even pay for transportation costs. What about focus groups? I love them! All you have to do is give your honest opinion about a product or subject and earn $50-$200-CASH! Wow! Okay, I have non-believers check out www.focusgroups.com for a list of focus groups in your city. However, there are some restrictions. There are certain industries that can't partake in the focus studies-generally those in the advertising fields, or those who are in the field of the groups focus. If you have other money making suggestions, Keep me posted!
at 12:08 AM
Sunday, October 19, 2008
I can go on and on about educational issues. Do you think that teachers should have a monetary increase? Why or why not? Before you answer, think about the fact that in Illinois teachers have to take three tests in order to become certified. 1. Basic skills test 2. Content Area Test 3. APT test (test professional knowledge) Take into consideration that these tests can take up to five hours to complete. Is there another profession that requires this many tests? Moreover, teachers have six hours of sleep or less a day. It appears that a teacher's schedule has less working hours, however, it isn't less work. Sometimes teachers work beyond the required time regularly. There is much planning, research, revision in developing lessons for the upcoming weeks. Especially first year teachers that are trying to figure a feasible system that would make their teaching experience better. Some beginning teachers don't last five years! Ask yourselves why? Just like other professions, teachers would like to have an above average living for their accomplishments. What's wrong with that? Please let me know how you feel!
at 12:03 AM
Saturday, October 18, 2008
Isn't it ironic that there are claims for the need of new teachers, but there are too many qualified teachers that are unemployed? Oh-I'm not just writing about in Illinois, but the U.S. I read an article of another teacher venting her frustrations about being an unemployed teacher in New York. Even though there was an uncanny "Need for Teachers". This teacher and other teachers she knew were experiencing the same frustrations that I have in Illinois. How could this be happening in another state? If there is a need, why aren't they hiring? If you are a teacher or know of a teacher with the same concerns, please vent now!