Working at Home Business in America


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Or read this page for ways to work from home in New Jersey.

In fact, these tips can generally apply to residents of any U.S. state. 


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Top Five Working at Home Business Ideas


1. Become an Online Retailer 

Independent business owners based in the state of New Jersey make good money buying and selling goods and services through online retailers like ebay, etsy, and Amazon.

Sellers get merchandise below wholesale from places like thrift shops, garage sales, flea markets, and whatever is left of America's mom & pop antique stores.

Sellers also buy new, unopened merchandise (sometimes in bulk for even deeper discounts) from local wholesale factory outlets. 


Here's a list of popular wholesale distributors in or near the state of New Jersey:


  • ABDW in Bergenfield
  • JNI Closeout in Woodbury
  • Lotano & Speedy in Toms River
  • NJ Surplus in Brooklyn, New York
  • Rich Promotions in Fairfield
  • Sikidunny Stores in Newark
  • SK Closeout in Saddlebrook
  • Total Media in Riverdale


Here's a list of factory outlet malls in the state of New Jersey:

  • Circle Factory Outlet Center in Manasquan
  • Designer Outlet Gallery in Secaucus
  • Harmon Cove Outlet Center in Secaucus
  • Jackson Premium Outlets in Jackson
  • Jersey Gardens in Elizabeth
  • Jersey Shore Premium Outlets in Tinton
  • Liberty Village Premium Outlets in Flemington
  • Old Lafayette Village in Lafayette
  • Princeton Forrestal Village Shops
  • Tanger Outlets in Atlantic City
  • The Outlets at Bergen Town Center in Paramus





2. Search for Jobs on Craigslist.

Many home based business people supplement their incomes by landing gigs on craigslist.  It's a well known working at home business strategy.

Scan craigslist daily for jobs you can do from home. Also check the Gigs section. Reply to all listings that seem appropriate.

With every inquiry, be sure to include a well crafted cover letter and a Professional Resume, unless they specifically ask you not to.



3. Contact Big Businesses.

Companies in the state of New Jersey have many thousand remote work opportunities to offer.

Contact as many big businesses as possible, simply by visiting the career pages of their websites. Check back frequently and you may land a very desirable online job.


Here are some of New Jersey's largest employers:

  • American Standard Company
  • Bergen Regional Medical Center
  • Bristol Myers Squibb
  • Burlington Coat Factory
  • Campbell's Soup Company
  • Dunn & Bradstreet
  • Hackensack University Medical Center
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Panasonic
  • Prudential Financial
  • Toys "R" Us
  • Valley National Bank




4. Build a Website.

Today's working at home business venture needs a well built SEO website, and it more than pays to learn how to do this yourself. 

A business website built from a good, all-inclusive website design package should cost no more than $300 per year to maintain, and will likely turn a handy profit from from well placed ads. 



5. Be an Independent Contractor.

Here's a list of home based businesses popular in New Jersey:

  • Administrative Services
  • After School Workshops
  • Catering
  • Consultation
  • Employment Agency
  • Gardening / Landscaping
  • General Contracting
  • Guided Tours of NYC
  • Housekeeping
  • Tutoring


Whether or not you live in New Jersey, now is the best time to start your own business. Working at home has never been so easy.




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