Whenever you mention working from home people jump to a conclusion that it is an MLM. Whether they are negative or positive about it, it is not necessarily the case. There are hundreds of ways to work from home without having to be involved with a multilevel marketing (network marketing) company.
Nothing against the industry, but a lot of scams have been disguised as MLM companies. This gave the industry a bad reputation even to those who’d never heard about it. Consequently, when you mention that you work at home, some people start judging you without even giving you the chance to explain what you are doing.
There are hundreds of work at home models that don’t involve recruiting, autoships, commissions, or any MLM-like activities.
Examples are: Virtual assistant, customer service representatives, catering, baby or pet sitting, dog breeding … just to name a few.
There are companies and small business that outsource some tasks, like writing, coding, accounting, designing, even some lazy students outsource their assignments.
You see … Working from home does not equal MLM.