The recent recession has hit the economy hard. Subsequently, the businesses went on a downsizing spree which rendered many regular employees jobless. So there has been an increase in the interest in online jobs without investment as it is convenient and lucrative both for the employer and the employees. By nature, these online, work from home jobs are of three types. The job types along with their nature are briefly discussed below:
There are a large number of companies hiring content writers for their websites. The websites and the social networking sites as well are important for their contribution in marketing a brand or a company in this age of internet. Thus the websites of these companies require quality content which are provided by writers in exchange of money. You can work as a content writer from your home; all you’re going to require are a computer with internet connection, a phone and most importantly, your flair for writing.
There are many forms of online marketing today some of them are, pay per click advertising, affiliate marketing, email marketing, social media marketing, etc. If you’re good at marketing products, this is a great opportunity for you to make money.
- Professional service delivery
If you have any marketable skill but you never managed to make money out of it then you should consider marketing those skills online. For example, if you’re good at an academic discipline and you would like to provide tuition but you never could then you should consider posting your ad on a website through which, you’d be able to provide tuition online.
Works from home job options usually do not require prior investment. But in case you’re asked for money from any online employer, or asked to sign any agreement, you should make sure that it is a legitimate business and not a scam. If you put in a substantial amount of effort and time behind an online job, you’re sure to earn a considerable amount of money.
Our democracy is under attack by an unprecedented wave of special interest money, and New York State has one of the worst campaign finance systems in the country, with absurdly high contribution limits, limited enforcement, and gaping loopholes. Individuals can contribute more than $60,000 to candidates in a statewide election and unlimited contributions are allowed to political party’s “housekeeping” accounts by individuals and corporations. It’s a system that is built for the big donor, not the average voter.
Protect Our Democracy is working to reform New York’s campaign finance system—to reduce the influence of money and special interests in state elections, engage more citizens in the political process, and create a model for national reform. Protect Our Democracy is leading an advocacy campaign, accompanied by targeted electoral efforts through Protect Our Democracy PAC, to build a majority for reform in the New York State Legislature.
One needn’t look far for a blueprint for reform. New York City’s campaign finance system, which includes public matching funds, is a strong model for statewide and national reform. In New York City, small donor contributions up to $175 are matched 6:1. Contribution limits are reasonable, and enforcement is consistent. Since this system was enacted more than twenty years ago, more New York City residents have taken part in the political process by voting and contributing to candidates, and special interest influence has decreased.
Protect our Democracy is working to pass comprehensive campaign finance reform in New York state that includes low-dollar matching funds, lower contribution limits, and greater transparency and enforcement. We stand with the 74% of New York State voters who support campaign finance reform that includes lower contribution limits and a system of public campaign funding. (Source: January 2012 Siena Poll.)
Passing a campaign finance reform bill—including public matching funds—will require a targeted electoral and advocacy strategy to build a majority for reform in the New York State Legislature and grow outside momentum and pressure. We will work with the Cuomo administration, lawmakers, coalition partners, and New York voters to pass robust campaign finance reform in New York during the 2012-2013 legislative session.