If you've decided to work at home, there are many different things you should know before you begin your job search. From setting up your office to finding jobs, there is no shortage of information out there for the work at home employee. Right now, though, we're going to focus on job listings. You can find all kinds of listings in many different places. There are plenty of sites that have a free work at home jobs database, so you should never pay for job listings from anywhere, no matter how "exclusive" their listings claim to be.
It doesn't matter whether you're looking for your first work at home job or your third one; you can find entry-level jobs, along with jobs that require more experience or know-how. Also, the field you're searching in doesn't matter either. There is a free work at home job database for just about every profession out there. Some sites, like Craigslist or Monster, group everything together on one site, but categorize them by type. Other companies and people set up websites and blogs with job listings that are industry-specific. For example, you can search "freelance writing jobs" and find a few different websites that'll offer you the specific information that you need.
Working from home is a privilege, but it shouldn't be taken lightly. Too many people think that you can make millions of dollars working from home by doing almost nothing. Thanks to marketing scams and pyramid schemes, the work at home industry is being mocked regularly and people are buying into it. Truth be told, you don't need to pay for job listings, and no matter who's training package you purchase, you'll never make millions doing nothing. Seriously, think about it. If it was that easy, everyone would be doing it.
To find a free work at home job database for your career niche, you just need to do some research. You can use the public non-specific websites to find jobs (Craigslist, CareerBuilder, Monster). However, you can sometimes find better listings on niche-related websites. A lot of places that offer jobs listings just get them off of Craigslist and other job directories, so if you've got the time you can usually find these on your own. However, it is nice to find a website that categorizes them all and keeps them specific to what you're looking for.
No matter how you go about your job search, I just want you to know what you don't have to pay for job listings. In a traditional job search, aside from buying a newspaper, you never paid anyone for an "exclusive" list of jobs in your market, did you? Well then why would you think that you'd have to pay when there are so many websites that offer a free work at home job database?