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kmcneil91 Thu 06-Dec-18 12:03:28

Hi All,

I am currently pregnant due next Spring and am keen to find something I can do at home that earns me a good amount of money (everyone's dream right?!) and something I can work on and earn as much as I put in the work.

Tried Forever Living and it wasn't for me, not into the pushy ness of those companies!

I have been looking at Melaleuca who claim do not be an MLM company, any have any experience with them?

Any other suggestions? Would need to be something that has presence in the UK.


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whitershadeofpale Thu 06-Dec-18 12:08:06

What's your work background? I use people per hour to top up my salary as and when but could do enough to cover rent/ bills if I needed to.

kmcneil91 Thu 06-Dec-18 12:25:56

My background is in recruitment smile

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gambleberry Tue 11-Dec-18 10:46:49


why don't you recruit from home?
i'm also a recruiter and have worked for myself since 2006.
what kind of recruiter are you - sector, inhouse/agency etc and how long have you done it for?

peachypetite Tue 11-Dec-18 10:50:00

There must be recruiter type jobs you can do from home?

kmcneil91 Tue 11-Dec-18 15:46:16

@gambleberry I have recruited in a few sectors but just now it's oil and gas and renewables. I've done it for 7 years.

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gambleberry Tue 11-Dec-18 16:28:18

i'd suggest your best bet of making money is recruiting from home.
if you are working a perms desk - all you need is:
laptop, phone
linkedin licence
website and an email address
you can pick up free demos on total/cv libarary/reed etc to get a few candidates
set yourself up as a sole trader if you want to keep things really simple and off you go.
there are loads of niches that are candidate short - you just need to find a good person and market them out to teh right firm and eh voila you have a placement!
feel free to pm me if you're interested in doing this and want to know how i went about it.

gambleberry Tue 11-Dec-18 16:33:05

I'm curious why you haven't considered recruiting from home already?

Honu Fri 14-Dec-18 20:15:14

Do you get the Mumsnet emails? Yesterday's had a link to self-employed recruitment. Any good?

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