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Best Ways to Make Money in 2014

Best Ways to Make MoneyBy Holly Reisem Hanna

Are you looking for the best ways to make money in 2014? Look no further, The Work at Home Woman has job leads, business opportunities, and easy ways to make extra money, now!

Not sure what you want to do? No problem. Listed are ideas, career tests, and ways to find your dream job in 2014.

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Tutoring and Teaching: Two More Options for Work at Home Women

Tutoring and Teaching Work at HomeBy Jessica Socheski

Women who want to work from home usually discover their services or products because of a special skill or passion that they already have. Etsy shop owners first loved crocheting before becoming business women. Freelance writers were serious about penning down their thoughts and ideas before first publishing their articles.

Because a home business stems from what you already know and love, work from home professionals should always be on the lookout for hobbies they enjoy or talents that they possess.

Teaching and tutoring are two prime examples of skills that can easily be transformed into successful businesses. If you love working with kids or adults and helping them gain new skills and confidence, then here are two at home careers you should consider. (more…)

What is Scoping? A Work at Home Job Few Know About

What is Scoping?What exactly is scoping?

Scopists edit transcripts with a computer-assisted transcript (CAT) program. It is different from transcription in that 90 percent or more of the text is already recorded by the stenographic language.

What personality types are good for this job?

Most scopists are self-disciplined, Type A personalities that strive to do their best. Most enjoy working independently and not being pressed with a stringent deadline. (more…)

Top 10 Writing Websites for Freelancing Work at Home Women

Top 10 Websites for Freelance WritersBy Leslie Anglesey

Freelance writers often work from home, as opposed to paying for office space. Women who choose this career path may want the flexibility of being able to work on their own schedule in order to balance family responsibilities. These websites can help you find the gig you want, hone your presentation and land your next at home job.

1. Work Awesome

Work Awesome is a one stop shop for finding available work and getting the low down on news that matters to freelancers. Worried about how to handle your taxes? Wondering how much stock you should put into criticism from clients? Looking for ways to make your query letter, presentation or video application really resonate with clients? Work Awesome has you covered. Best of all, they take submissions from anyone and, if you get in, your name, bio and a direct link to your own website will be on a page rank 6 site. (more…)

The Future of Telecommuting: Will it Pan Out or Become a Flash in the Pan?

ByThe Future of Telecommuting: Will it Pan Out or Become a Flash in the Pan Allison Rice

Since the popularization of the Internet, one of the fastest-growing trends in the professional world is telecommuting – and working from home has never been easier.

Meanwhile, corporate mega moguls (like Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and Best Buy CEO Hubert Joly) are instituting company-wide telecommuting bans and changes to the work-at-home policies.

Why?

According to Marissa Mayer, telecommuting kills the “communication and collaboration” required for innovation to flourish. That may very well be true for careers that require team-work; however, for solitary positions, face-to-face meetings may actually stifle the flow of creativity and efficiency.

At the same time, there are some very real concerns related to the accountability and productivity issues inherent in a work-at-home environment. (more…)

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