There are a lot of different types of home assembly jobs out there. In this article, I would like to discuss the different types of home assembly jobs that are available. Below are five of the most common home assembly jobs. Though there is more out there than what is listed, these are the top five that you will most likely encounter during your search.
Sewing home assembly jobs are typically used in making dolls, baby bibs, or other small to medium scale items. Project specifications can range from hand stitching to machine sewing. Most of the time, all materials are provided, minus the sewing machine, of course. If getting involved in such a home assembly job, I would highly recommend that you either currently own or plan to purchase a sewing machine, as it will make producing products much faster as well as improving the overall quality of your finished projects.
Producing miniatures can range from something as simple as cutting out miniature decks of cards (a project I personally worked on) to making dollhouse furniture. Most companies that offer home assembly employment will allow you to choose from many different projects. Thankfully, such companies also usually implement a difficulty system, letting you know how difficult and time consuming it would be to assemble each different project. What you will be paid per project also usually varies due to the difficulty level. Most, if not all supplies, are provided by the company.
Usually jewelry making deals with necklaces, bracelets, and pins. Think of stringing beads, occasionally having to pick up a hot glue gun, and twisting wires. That’s the basis for this market. Though you would think that projects of this nature would be simple, all of the ones I have personally worked on have been rather challenging. In these types of projects, the company usually supplies all of the materials needed to assemble the items, but you must usually have to supply your own tools. (pliars, wire cutters, hot glue gun, etc.)
Pretty self explanatory. You fold brochures and stick them in envelopes. Truth be told, there are tons of these types of companies out there, but I have yet to find a legitimate one. I almost signed up for one a long time ago, but backed down out of fear of being ripped off. From what I understand, you have to stuff a ton of envelopes in order to be paid any substantial amount of money, which makes sense. I mean, seriously, how much effort does it take to stick a piece of paper in an envelope?
This encompasses an array of different things. In fact, the possibilities are almost limitless. I’ve seen everything from painting clay figures to assembling baskets. Most companies that do not specialize in a single item will usually let you choose from a number of projects separated by pay rate and difficulty level. I would recommend this if you get bored quickly, as there are plenty of different types of projects to constantly stimulate your mind.
And that is a basic overview of the most common types of home assembly jobs. There are literally hundreds of different home assembly jobs out there that are not mentioned in this article, some you would never imagine in your entire lifetime…like putting together fly fishing lures. Yes, there is really a home assembly job that does that.
My best suggestion would be to find something you’ll enjoy doing. Don’t focus so much on what pays the most. If you enjoy what you’re doing, it makes it feel less like a job. I think that’s what we all strive for in terms of working.