Deb’s Ng’s Freelance Writing Gigs — www.freelancewritinggigs.com — By far one of the best freelance writing job sites. Go here for more than just jobs, there is discussion, networking, blogging and a community of resources for all types of writers.
Work At Home Moms — www.wahm.com — This site is not just for moms, it is a lalapalooza of resources and information for everyone wanting to work at home, including daycare resources, articles and tons of telecommuting jobs. You can chat here and partake in message boards too.
ProBlogger JobBoard — http://jobs.problogger.net/ — This site has tons of jobs but they do disappear rapidly so you need to be quick. They have jobs in blogging, writing, web design, etc.
Gofreelance.com is a great site dedicated to (blurb from their site) bringing the following “writing and editing jobs web design and development projects medical and legal transcription jobs Internet research and email support work data entry and administration jobs programming and technical projects graphic design and illustration jobs wide range of telecommuting jobs” to people.
www.odesk.com — odesk is not the same as the rest of the freelance job sites because you do not bid per project, you bid per hour. Employers can list the amount of hours/week and # of weeks they need out of a potential freelancer. You fill out a profile and go from there.
www.getafreelancer.com — This site is bombarded with jobs that you bid on. There is a lot of competition and pay is low but it is a great place for beginners in freelancing. Sign up is free but they get paid $5 from your escrow if you get awarded the bid.
Guru — www.guru.com — This site is great but geared more to the professional freelancer. However, anyone can apply for jobs here. Their website is nice, clean and maintained very well. Projects pay very well and are on a large scale.
http://programmermeetdesigner.com/ — writers, programmers, entrepreneurs, web designers, web developers all find each other on this very unique website to create wonderful, functioning websites!
See my blog at www.motormouthmandi.blogspot.com for a list of 30 websites.