The Best Working at Home Jobs for Moms
Work at home moms strive to achieve a harmonious work and family balance as telecommuter, freelancer or running their own home business.
Across age groups and job categories, demand is growing for good-paying work that can be done right from home. Nervous about falling 401ks, boomers hope to continue earning income without the hours or stress of office life. Gen Xers, often caring for elderly parents or young children, are thirsty for flexibility. And younger cohorts are attracted to “free agency” more than ever.
“There’s less willingness today to be a cube-dweller or lifetime commuter,” says Michael Haaren, co-director of RatRaceRebellion.com and co-author of Work at Home Now. “Being able to work from home makes life………
5 Great Work from Home Jobs:
If you’re like most people, you may not realize how many great telecommuting jobs there are available nowadays. The opportunities range across many industries and job titles, and across job types from full-time to freelance. Here are five telecommuting job areas for you to consider, all of which are in growing fields:
Education Work from Home Jobs.
Remote work in education generally pays well and offers the reward of helping others understand complex subjects in order to reach educational goals. (See the current Education Telecommuting Jobs at FlexJobs.)
Bilingual Work from Home Jobs.
There are plenty of opportunities to use bilingual skills in so many industries, such as corporate communications, education, research, sales, quality assurance and online content. However, there are usually significant pay incentives for home based language specialists. (See the current Bilingual Telecommuting Jobs at FlexJobs.)
Medical Work from Home Jobs.
Most medical jobs require at least two years of experience in a special area of the medical field, so be prepared to document this experience when applying for remote work in medical jobs. (See the current Medical Telecommuting Jobs at FlexJobs.)
Sales Work from Home Jobs.
On average, sales jobs pay more than any other type of telework out there, due to generous commissions and other incentives designed to motivate sales representatives. (See the current Sales Telecommuting Jobsat FlexJobs.)
Writing Work from Home Jobs.
Many home based writers earn based on the types of projects they take on, so earnings can vary based on performance. However, many freelance writers earn significantly more than other telecommuting workers do. (See the current Writing Telecommuting Jobs at FlexJobs.)
Source and Full Article @ FlexJobs.com
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