Good afternoon Melody and Wesley, thanks for your suggestions and for the thread Melody.
I wish I were editor-savvy, but I'm not, although I have an acquaintance, who has been able to find this type of work. Wesley, I have found Craigslist.org to be very helpful. It contains work at home jobs as well as temporary jobs.
Right now, I'm waiting on a temporary job furnished through NTICentral.org, a site, set up to help disabled folks work from home. It is a very tedious procedure. I have been going through the application process since AUGUST, believe it or not. I had to undergo a vigorous background check, which takes 25-28 days to complete. I'm hoping to hear I've been given the all clear signal by the end of this week.
Once approved, I will receive training to work for the IRS as an IRS Order Entry Clerk. I will be trained to take calls on line, send out the necessary info to answer the callers tax questions.
I have found some excellent WAH sites (Work At Home) like www.wah.com
. Also, some useful job search engines.
Melody, the sites I have found, have also included SCAM alert sites, that let you know the real job opportunities from the fake. The sites have been a big help, in weeding out the crooks.
Thanks again for the replies, I hope others share their experiences or thoughts.