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How to Find the Perfect Work-at-Home Job

How to Find the Perfect Work-at-Home JobBy Reelika Tiik

It is a dream of many moms to stay at home with their kids. Unfortunately, living on one income can be tough or sometimes even impossible. Therefore, moms are often looking for ways to make some extra money or earn even a full-time income from home.

Finding the perfect work-at-home job can be challenging, but it is definitely doable. Following these simple tips can help you on your way to finding your perfect work-at-home job.

Tip # 1 – Get Clear Whether You Need a Part or Full-time Job

Create a budget for your family and track your income and expenses. Discuss with your partner whether you need to find a full-time work-at-home job or you just want to make some extra cash. A good way to do it is to calculate the potential amount of income. Is your part-time income enough or do you need full-time income?

Tip # 2 – Brainstorm Your Passions and Skills

Write down all of the things you enjoy doing. These could be anything, including communicating with people, being online, writing, cooking, taking care of the kids, etc. Now underline those that you are most passionate about. (more…)

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8 Places to Find Work-at-Home Opportunities in Your Own Town

8 Places to Find Work-at-Home Opportunities in Your Own TownBy Diana Schneidman

One of the obvious benefits of working at home is that it doesn’t matter where your employing company is located. You have a worldwide market for your services.

Given that there are certain benefits to having international opportunities, why would you prefer to work for a local company?

There are several pluses to working locally even if you do the actual work from a desk right in your spare bedroom.

The first advantage is that it may be easier to land the job. You may already have personal connections with the hiring manager. Even if you don’t have an “in” right now, it may still be easier to set your sights on what you want and go after it.

The second advantage is that you may be more effective on the job. You have easier access to your supervisor and coworkers. You may be able to attend occasional staff meetings and trainings.

The third advantage is that you may be able to develop personal relationships with coworkers in your company. One downside to working out of your home is that it can be lonely. You can work in the same position for years without developing ties to others. If you are the type of person who relishes friendships, being local can facilitate meeting coworkers for lunch or happy hour. (more…)

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Working from Home as a General Transcriptionist – Interview with Lisa Mills

Work from Home as a General TranscriptionistTell us about yourself and your work at home journey. 

Over the years, I’ve had a variety of work at home jobs. I’ve worked as a freelance writer, sold antiques and collectibles on eBay, day traded on the stock market, and operated an online used book business. I’m currently working as a general transcriptionist, and I publish a work at home website, Work at Home Mom Revolution, for moms seeking work from home jobs.

Although my work at home journey began while I was still married, my need to work from home kicked into high gear when my husband and I separated back in the early 2000s. I desperately wanted to be home for my three girls during this tough time in their lives, and working from home was key to achieving that.

At the time, I had an online used book business, but I soon discovered that alone was not going to sustain me and my children. That’s when I began looking into transcription as a possible telecommute career.

How did you get into transcription and do you need any special skills or training?

I was taking online classes for medical transcription through Career Step and was doing well, but I had months to go before I would complete the course, and because of my change in circumstances, I needed to make money immediately. (more…)

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Top 5 Work at Home Jobs in Alternative Medicine

Top 5 Work at Home Jobs in Alternative MedicineBy Emily Belcher

Healthcare has been a hot career choice for people who are just graduating from high school or anyone interested in a career change. Thanks to the Baby Boomers retiring and aging, nursing and various other healthcare positions are well in demand.

However, with the sudden change in the way we pay for medical care, many people are looking for alternative ways to treat minor ailments on their own. This has opened the doorway for many people who are looking to start a new career at home and who are interested in working in the medical field.

Here are the top 5 work at home jobs in alternative medicine:

1. Homecare.

Homecare is rapidly becoming one of the most popular forms of healthcare available and it’s no surprise. The benefit of receiving medical care within the comfort of your own home is desirable for both the patient and the entire medical industry.

Positions that are available in homecare include home health aides, licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, physical and occupational therapists and assistants, and more. (more…)

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Hot Work at Home Jobs for 2015

Hot Work at Home Jobs for 2015 By Holly Reisem Hanna

Is your New Year’s goal to start making money from home?

Well, you’re in luck!

The economy is back on track and technology is allowing more and more tasks to be done from home. So whether you’re looking for a full-time gig or ways to make extra money — we’ve got you covered!

Here are some top work from home jobs and where to find them.

1. PT and FT Telecommuting Jobs.

To find companies that hire remote employees start searching Indeed, (which is an aggregated job board) using the terms: “work at home”, “work from home”, “home-based”, “remote”, “virtual”, “telecommute”, and “telework”.

If you have a little money to spare a FlexJobs membership is well worth the price! Not only are they a member of the Better Business Bureau, but they hand screen all of their jobs before posting, so you can rest assured that you’re not getting scammed. (more…)

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