Next Job At Home Review: Beware Of Jobs Or Offers

Someone by the name of Angela left a comment in regards to a site called Next Job At Home. She wanted me to check it out to let people know about their site and her concerns.

When I first looked at the site, it mainly looked like a place where people can find jobs from home. I decided to dig a little deeper. Once I signed up for their newsletter, I could understand why Angela expressed her thoughts.

I will give you the rundown on this site. It’s up to you if you’d like to use it, but please do so with caution.

Specs About Next Job At Home


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Product: Next Job At Home
Overall Ranking: 5/10
Year: 2008
Website: nextjobathome.com


The Rundown

What is Next Job At Home aka NJAH?

  • It’s a service that provides people with work at home opportunities.

How much does it cost?

  • Free

Who is it for?

  • Anyone interested in finding work from home jobs.

My Take

When I placed my email address to sign up for the NJAH newsletter, I was taken to offers such as business opportunities.

I know for myself, I would be quite irritated to look at business opportunities when I’m looking for a job.

Some people may want to look at opportunities online, but it’s always a good idea to do your research before opening your wallet.

Here Is Angela’s Comment


NextJobAtHome Concern

I thought I’d add her comment on here because of her experience with the service. After looking into the site, I understand how she feels.

If people decide to give this site a shot, (you are gonna read this a few times in this review) do your research.

The Difference Between Jobs And Business Opportunities


There is a big difference between a job and a business opportunity. With jobs, you are hired to do some sort of task, jobs do not have any fees, and jobs pay you and not vice versa.

Jobs that are legit will let people know in their job descriptions on what is required and supplies or equipment needed to get hired.

Business Opportunities


With business opportunities, you will be required to pay some sort of fee.

Don’t get the two confused. Lots of times business opportunities will mask their offers to make it appear to be a job.

Whenever the ad or offer leads to money out of your pocket it’s most likely a business opportunity.

Sometimes these opportunities will say it’s a job and once you give out your email and other info then they ask for money.

Look At It This Way


  • Jobs will require a resume and a hiring process with no money required.
  • Business opportunities, you’re hired on the spot and money is required.

Those are the two differences right there, don’t let the offer fool you.

Next Job At Home Newsletters


I checked out NJAH aka Next Job At Home newsletters and I noticed that they have offers on them.

This is one of the reasons why I stress to people that they should do their research.

What Happened With The Newsletter?


njat what they offer

When I got one of their newsletters and they showed an offer, I clicked on it to see what the offer was about.

NJAH their offers

I was then taken to a site that showed how people can make a lot of money and they wanted my email.

Instead of giving out my email on an offer that didn’t really explain a lot, I X-out to see what would happen.

What happened is what I call is the waiting tactic and that wait popup came up.

Instead of leaving, I then stayed to see what would happen and it took me to Explosive Payday. I was like oh heck no, Lol.

NJAT Explosive PD

I already did a review on that site and this is the exact reason why I highly express to people to do their research.

Explosive Payday is a business opportunity, not a job. When I did a review on them I found some very deceptive claims.

They Know Where To Go


Look, scams go where the people are. They know the sites that many people go to and they will be there to try and get your money.

If you look at Facebook as an example, Facebook is loaded with scams. Why, because Facebook has over 2 billion people using their service.

Just like with a site like NJAH, they know this is where people are looking for jobs from home so this is a way for people to get duped.

Some of these offers will mask business opportunities to appear like jobs.

There are times where they will use a Company’s names, just like with the Hospira, Inc review I did.

The Company’s name may be legit, but scams will use legit Company’s names to steer you out of your money.

I’ve been down this road looking for jobs at home. You will read a lot of info, but in the end, you may find a couple of decent jobs here and there, but it’s going to be difficult to find the right job from home.

Scams Can Be Quite Sophisticated


Whenever and every time and I mean every time you come across a business or job opportunity from home, do your research.

Google the company first. Read if other people got hired and their experiences.

Find out if people had any problems getting hired and if it’s legit and if people got paid.

If everything seems to appear good, go to the actual Company’s site. Scroll down to the bottom and you should see where it says jobs, careers, hiring, or opportunity.

Click on that and read to see if it’s similar to the ad your read.

Instead of applying right away, I would suggest you call or email the company to see if they are really hiring from home.

Have your guard up, we are talking about online here. Scams can be quite sophisticated.

I would highly suggest not to give out any extremely personal info unless you feel comfortable and again like I said after you’ve done your research.

During My Work At Home Journey


Sometimes I may get outdated info. Sometimes I may luck out. It’s just like finding work outside the home.

I had to sift. When I would call a company, sometimes they would say they are not hiring and haven’t hired in a long time.

You’re going to have to be patient. It’s also going to be like work to find work at home jobs.

Here are some decent jobs that may or may not be for you.

Mturk isn’t what I call a job, but Amazon pays people to complete certain tasks. You may find certain tasks that may be right for you.

Is Next Job At Home A Scam?


I would say no, Even though their service is free, I wouldn’t necessarily call Next Job At Home a scam. I did find that their offers were a little on the sketchy side.

All In All

I want to thank Angela for expressing her concerns. Research is so important. You don’t want to give your info to a scam. I get that some people are just finding jobs while others are looking into everything.

I always tell people if you want to start a business online, start with a website. This is where people go to for info.

Having a website is the beginning stages to build a real profitable business, but it’s going to take work.

No money will be made in a few days like what some of these offers claim. It takes time and work, but the money you can make in time can really be big.

If you don’t know where to begin on how to build a business online, check out My #1 Heroic Site.

I’ve been there for over 2 years now and I sure as heck wouldn’t be here today if I hadn’t had results.

If you have any questions or comments about Next Job At Home, let me know below, thanks!

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