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Q: Employment: A job with little duties ( No Answer,   4 Comments )
Subject: Employment: A job with little duties
Category: Business and Money > Employment
Asked by: wackimonki-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 22 Oct 2006 06:37 PDT
Expires: 21 Nov 2006 05:37 PST
Question ID: 775775
What is a full-time job that requires little work where I can work on my
internet projects? (i.e. a job that does nothing)

I work at an Online Marketing agency, in the UK. I like it, but I hate
having to work for some else. Plus everyone chats a lot at work when I
really need to concentrate to get the job done.

I have been trying to make my fortune online for a while. Tried
selling things on eBay, affiliate marketing through Google AdWords,
selling information products on ebay, and finally, creating an
information website. I have much hope for my latest venture.

I often work 1-2 hours on my side projects during week days before or
after work. I am dedicated, and I believe it will eventually bring me
and my family a lot of freedom.

Currently, I am thinking of quitting my job. It is causing me a lot of
stress due to the fact I am asked to do a lot of work, while the
working environment is totally disruptive with everyone constantly

So, coming to my question, what job can I do that requires very little
work? so I can bring in my laptop and concentrate on making my money
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Employment: A job with little duties
From: barneca-ga on 22 Oct 2006 17:43 PDT
you're thinking too small.  why not go the extra step, and ask for a
job that requires no work AND has a huge, gigantic salary?  that way,
you wouldn't even need to try to make your fortune online.

Subject: Re: Employment: A job with little duties
From: adnarug-ga on 23 Oct 2006 05:25 PDT
Working online you need PC, head on your shoulders and Internet.
That's enough to become a millioner. And Google will pay you money
,create blog, place  google adsense (, and start
posting your ideas or  information you good at . Anoither way to earn
- with the help of , and their affiliate programm they will
pay you money for every buyer whome come from you site (blog, forum),
its rather interesting some people become millioners with it. Another
way of eraning is your creativity , make your head work and you will
earn 1 million I'm sure each of us can earn 10 millions , think ,
think not like all imagine something crazy and create it. here your creativity can help you too , just imagine
nice style to T-Shirt or cup , and sell it .
So I think I've helped you. Good luck. I hope soon you will become a millioner :)
Subject: Re: Employment: A job with little duties
From: politicalguru-ga on 23 Oct 2006 05:42 PDT
Many students who have to work, work as night watchmen. If you find a
place where all you have to do is sit there and once in a while do a
round, and you're allowed to bring in a lap top, this is a good job.
Subject: Re: Employment: A job with little duties
From: kugel88-ga on 11 Nov 2006 20:53 PST
You should try playing roulette at the online casinos. Easy money. The
past 3 times I played there (4 hours each time), I made a total of
$750+ in profits. Seriously easy money. Just look at the display board
and jsut bet on the numbers and colors that haven't hit yet cos they
are due. Also, avoid the
"00" bets since they are very unlikely to hit.

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