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10 Work at Home Jobs for People Who Love Kids

10 Work at Home Jobs for People Who Love KidsBy Holly Reisem Hanna

Do you love working with children, but don’t want to work in a school, pediatrician’s office, or daycare? No problem.

Today there are lots of diverse opportunities that women can do from home. So if you’ve been looking for a money-making gig that involves children — here are 10 different careers to consider.

1. Tutoring and Teaching

Do you have an extensive knowledge of a certain subject, a positive attitude, a passion to help others, and you enjoy working with children? Then teaching or tutoring may be the perfect home-based career for you. For most telecommuting positions you will need to be a certified teacher, but there are some areas, like foreign languages, music, and art that do not require certification.

For teaching positions check out:

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How to Make $1,000 a Month Working From Home

How to Make $1,000 a Month Working From HomeBy Holly Reisem Hanna

When I first launched my blog, I wanted to make an extra $700 a month, so that I could continue to participate in my weekly exercise classes, pay for my daughter’s baby and me classes, and enjoy my weekly latte habit.

Even though I was working 10 hours a week as a social media manager, the money I made from that job covered bills, food, and my blogging expenses. To cover my extra curricular activities, I sold things online and at thrift stores, I participated in paid focus groups, and even worked an occasional weekend shift at my old nursing job.

Fortunately, my blog gained traction quickly and within 3 months I started earning money from it. Today my blog is my primary source of income. The point of my story is … if there is a will there is a way. If you need to make $700 or more a month – you can do it. If you need to make an extra $1,000 a month  — you can do it.

Here are some ideas, stories, and ways for you to get started bringing in the cash!

Teacher Document Creator – $500 – $1,500 a month

I am a teacher turned stay at home mom. When I first left the classroom, I discovered a website called Teachers Pay Teachers. It is an open marketplace where teachers create resources that they sell to other teachers. (more…)

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Huge List of Work at Home Jobs That Offer Employee Benefits

Huge List of Work at Home Jobs That Offer Employee Benefits By Holly Reisem Hanna

Working from home has a TON of perks, but there is a downside. First, the majority of work at home jobs available are for independent contractors and freelancers, which means you’re responsible for your own taxes. Second, most gigs don’t offer employee benefits, so no health insurance, no paid vacation, no sick leave, and no matching 401(k) retirement plan. All these things must be taken into consideration when you decide to work from home.

Luckily, more and more companies are offering telecommuting positions with employee benefits. From my research the majority of remote jobs that do offer benefits are for full-time workers, which is generally the case when you work outside the home too. So if you need a telecommuting job with benefits here are some great companies to check out.

Please note, while benefits were researched on the corporate websites and/or GlassDoor.com and are believed to be correct, you need to check with the individual companies and HR departments for complete up-to-date information. Companies are listed in alphabetical order with the positions they hire for and the benefits they offer.

Adecco

Hires Freight Sales Managers and Virtual Customer Care Reps.

Adecco offers a temporary employee benefits programs. Once on assignment, you’ll have access to medical coverage, 401(k), service bonuses, paid holidays based on accrued hours, and more. (more…)

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How to Be a Successful Mom Entrepreneur

How to Be a Successful Mom EntrepreneurBy Holly Reisem Hanna

Have you ever wondered why some people succeed in their business, while others continually struggle? I’ll let you in on a little secret. It has nothing to do with a college degree, how high your IQ score is, or even how much money you have to invest in your business. In fact, the answer is quite simple, but all too often overlooked and ignored.

The key to success is … professional support.

Now, I know what you’re thinking … “I can’t afford to hire someone … and I don’t know of anyone who can mentor me.” Well, guess what? Neither of those are roadblocks to your success, because I’m going to tell you how you can get a mentor for FREE. But before I do that, let me tell you why having a mentor is so important to your success as a mom entrepreneur.

While you may have supportive friends and family in your life, if they’re not entrepreneurs themselves there is a huge gap in terms of communication, mindset, and moneymaking views. To put it plainly, sometimes they just don’t get it. That’s why having a mentor, who has been there and done that, can be such a great asset to your business. Not only does a mentor share invaluable business expertise, but they can also provide accountability, support, and encouragement.

In fact, a couple of this year’s American Small Business Championship Winner’s attribute mentors to their small business success. (more…)

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Work From Home as a Local Coordinator for Exchange Students

Work From Home as a Local Coordinator for Exchange StudentsBy Holly Reisem Hanna

I’m always on the lookout for new work at home jobs and opportunities. One that I recently stumbled across is for Local Coordinators (LC) for student exchange programs.

Want to know more?

Here’s the scoop on what it is and where to apply.

What is a Local Coordinator (LC)?

Local Coordinators are independent contractors who go out into the community visiting schools, churches, and various youth programs in search of families who are interested in hosting foreign exchange students. Besides finding safe hosting families for students, you also act as a point of contact and mentor to the students while there are here in the U.S.

What Skills and Qualifications Do I Need?

Most organizations require that you be at least 25 years of age and you must have a clean criminal background check, since you’ll be working with teens. The ideal candidate for this work at home opportunity would be someone who enjoys traveling and learning about new cultures, is outgoing, friendly, and likes to work with teenagers. All of the companies that I looked at had various forms of training for their LCs, as well as ongoing support. (more…)

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