There are many at-home-jobs to choose from. You can find them on public boards such as Monster or Indeed. You can also look into at-home-opportunites to allow you to try your hand at sales. While searching for at-home jobs, remember that legitimate employers will not ask you for money. When applying for any job, whether at home or in a brick and mortar facility, remember you are working for them, therefore they pay you.
Some typical requests you may get from employers who have at home job listings include: high speed internet access, personal computer or laptop available during all working hours, unlimited phone access and a local printer. If any employer ever asks for money directly, please contact the appropriate authority. As with all jobs listed on the Internet, make sure you research them thoroughly before giving personal information.
Other career opportunities at home include legitimate companies which offer at-home positions, but they are not legally defined as "jobs." These companies, such as Avon, Tupperware and Mary K, offer a career opportunity for a fee. Be careful when choosing this type of career. Make sure you understand all the fees up front as well as continuous fees the company may charge for use of their property. Also, be aware that some of these companies ask for a large sum of money to stock personal inventory.
If you would like a list tested companies, the DSA is a good place to go. Here are plenty of opportunities based at home.