Before going any further, a quick warning:
Beware of scam sites like FamilyClix!
Wanting investigate I eventually found this expose of FamilyClix and its sister sites as scams - the article is worth reading, but the short version is: the site owner bans accounts that are about to be paid to and frequently ends up being the winner of the monthly click contests.
The lesson - do the maths - and if something looks fishy, search for reputable reviews before wasting your time and/or money.
Websites that provide lists of scam sites exist, and are useful, but just because a site isn't listed doesn't make it legit.
Online Jobs I've tried
- Online tutor - InstaEdu. $20.00 an hour ($0.34 a minute). Requires academic knowledge, teaching abilities, and an entrance exam.
- Spell checkers - Lionbridge. $11.30 an hour, requires that you reside in a certain country, and read their manual/s carefully. The job varies on what you get hired to do, but the general idea is you act as a crowd-sourced quality assurer.
- Website and usability reviewer - Enrollapp - you'll need a microphone and an opinion. Pays +- $10 for a 20-30 minute review. there are several sites like this, but this is a good place to start.
Online Jobs I haven't tried
Aetna Life Insurance - http://www.aetna.com
Allegiance Health Care- http://www.baxter.com
AG Communication - http://www.agcs.com
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. - http://www.airproducts.com
American Airlines - http://www.aa.com
Those 5 links (and hundreds more) are from a site called Legit Online Jobs that sells this huge collection of jobs (both part-time, and full-time). I was sceptical about its value, but within a day I had made back my signup fee with payments from one of the sites they recommended using.
I can't legally reproduce the complete list of Jobs I found through Legit Online Jobs, but here is a small snippet of some of the job types they have listings for:
Clerical work, copy typing, reviewing, writing, data entry, survey completion, translation, and much more.