By definition, a “work from home” job is a means of employing yourself in the place you live. There are many types of work at home people, (sometimes called WAHM, work at home mom, WAHD, work at home dad, or simply WAHP, work at home person). Some WAHP’s report to a major business, some WAHP’s report to a boss, but many report to no one.od your screen with–usually–meaningless jargon.These types of WAHP’s are a unique sort of freelancer–and being so, they must navigate through the world of scams and rip-offs on the world wide web to find suitable, realistic, honorable and paying work for work at home professionals. The search for a legitimate program is a daunting task. A simple Google search for “work at home” yields over 25 million results. Such searches on Google also expose you to the insane world of Google ads. To the marketing industry, these ads are called Adwords, and they floMany sites behind a given AdWords advertisement are unsubstantiated, auto-generated spam sites that throw ridiculous and unattainable products in your face. Therefore, the work at homer must stray away from Adwords, and navigate through the remainder of the “too-good-to-be-true’s” and the solid, honest programs.So once you differentiate between the scam spam and the realistic opportunities, you are left with a few options:First, you could apply to work for a job at a major company that you know employs work at home personnel. Some of these companies include JetBlue airlines, Dell, OfficeDepot.com and many, many telemarketing companies that require you to pay your own hefty phonebills and well as buy your equipment.Or alternatively, you could take your future into your own hands and begin making your own income over the internet. Doing this requires finding the right program, and finding the right program requires finding materials that unbiasly review each and every $67 opportunity that you see getting thrown in your face.I want to leave you with one important thought: People don’t spend months or years writing, producing and marketing programs or eBooks that don’t offer anything. Sure, some scammers want a quick buck and they’ll put together a last-minute, meaningless rip-off program. But you can avoid getting involved with such programs by engaging in some simple research.