Work at home assembly can be a fun and profitable endeavor. Most of the companies offer such positions use the skills that you have acquired previously. Some will even teach you how to assemble their products with step-by-step guides and easy-to-follow directions. Many will send you the required parts at little or no cost. You will not have to do the selling, simply send the finished product back to them.
Work at home assembly is part of the growing movement of work at home jobs. It is estimated that over 20 million people perform some type of work at home job, either full-time or part-time. Working at home definitely has advantages over outside employment. For parents of pre-school children, staying at home saves the expense of day care and other forms of babysitting. Parents of school-aged children can be home when they come home from school. Also, those with medically disabled members in their family can take care of their loved ones while working at the same time.
Work at home assembly of products is part of the growing market in hand made items. Many companies that offer hand made items can’t supply enough workers to fill orders. Assemblers can make the products right out of their homes and usually for less cost than hiring workers. Also, machines can’t duplicate hand made work.
Here are a few examples of work at home assembly products.
o Picture frames
o Doll house furniture
o Christmas tree ornaments
o Hair barrettes and bows
o Baby bibs
Work at home assembly usually requires no investment of tools on your part. Most of the tools to make their products are ones most people already own.
Tools such as a hot glue gun, screwdrivers, hammers, and a pair of scissors are all that is needed. Connectors such as nuts and bolts are provided along with at the other necessary parts. All you have to do is assemble the finished product.