I decided that I would check out a site called HomeJobStop since it was getting some good reviews and it happened to be a work at home job bank.
I came across this resource a couple of times but I didn’t give it much thought until earlier this month when I was researching different work from home opportunities and ways to find legitimate work from home jobs.
I found out that HomeJobStop was supposed to be a great resource for finding legitimate work from home jobs. So, I decided to see for myself what is so great about this site and if it actually is a good job bank.
HomeJobStop has been around since 1999. It is a job bank that focuses on work from home jobs. They distinguish themselves by only including legitimate opportunities in their job bank. They claim that you will not find any deceitful ads disguised as real work from home jobs or any other schemes or scams in their job bank. There are also no commercial advertisements displayed in their job bank.
They claim that they only feature jobs that are “real” ranging from part-time, full-time, entry-level, and professional-level. They accept no paid ads and they vow not to make any claims that are outrageous and don’t allow opportunities in their job bank that make those types of claims either. All content/jobs are manually reviewed before being posted to their job bank.
My Experience With HomeJobStop
I got access to the HomeJobStop job bank to see if their claims were true and to find out whether or not this is a job bank that can really help people. Here is what I thought after reviewing the job bank and looking over the jobs.
Things I Liked:
* They did indeed feature legitimate work from home jobs. Some opportunities I was familiar with and a couple I have even mentioned on this website.
* They had a nice variety of work from home jobs. I looked through all of the categories and they had a nice list of jobs in each category.
There were writing jobs, web design jobs, telecommuting jobs, clerical jobs, business opportunities, and even some unique jobs.
* The jobs didn’t ask for any fees. If you meet the requirements or have the desired skills that the company is looking for, you can easily apply for the job through the clear and easy to follow instructions. There is no money to be spent on your part whatsoever when applying for and obtaining the jobs.
* Searching for the jobs was easy. All you have to do is browse through the jobs by choosing the category or categories of work you are interested in. You can even search for jobs using keywords, e.g. web design.
* They have up to date jobs. When I logged into my account, I was able to see jobs that were posted that same day and those that were posted earlier. This tells me that they add new opportunities on a regular basis.
* The membership options are actually affordable. Similar sites that charge for access do so at rates that are double and even triple the cost of their membership options.
The cheapest option is $12 for a year of email updates of new job listings that are sent to your email twice a week. If you just want access to the database of jobs without email updates, that will cost only $18 for a lifetime membership which includes updated job listings.
A full membership includes the email updates along with access to the database and that is for a lifetime membership for just $24.
Things I Didn’t Like
There wasn’t too much I didn’t like about the site. The only thing that didn’t really appeal to me was the look of the job bank. It seemed a bit too simple without any cool touches in terms of design.
Although the design and look of the job bank seemed to lack a bit, the stuff that is contained within the job bank is what matters the most so it is not something that would keep me from getting or continuing a membership with HomeJobStop.
One other thing that really isn’t a bad thing is that some of the jobs had specific requirements or skills in order for you to apply for the job. Like you may need a degree or experience in a certain field before applying.
To be completely honest, this is a great thing because this is a good sign of a job being legitimate and real. It is only a downside if you are interested in the job but do not have the credentials or experience they are looking for.
That is not a problem though because there are just as many jobs in the job bank that you can apply for with no experience and they are willing to train you if you need it.
My HomeJobStop Review: Final Conclusion
In a nutshell, I would recommend HomeJobStop to anyone who wants to learn about different work from opportunities and have a place to access information on how to apply and obtain these jobs.
From my experience after being a member of their site, they do stand by their claims and I haven’t come across anything so far that discredits any of their statements on their homepage.
So, if you are looking for a work from home job and have yet to find one, give HomeJobStop a try. You could land a good work from home job that is actually legitimate.