Work At Home Employment

Written by Robert Mac
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Work at home employment has graduated from dream to reality. Due to a number of factors (telecommuting, free-lancing, and the rise of the internet), there are a lot more people working at home now than ever before. And being successful at it. People love work at home employment because it gives them more freedom: when, where and how they work.

Technology in general--and our shift to a data-based economy in particular--has let more people avoid rush hour and work at home or anywhere near a phone jack. Since they don't need to crawl through traffic, there are considerable savings in time, as well as travel expenses. Work at home employment lets them log on to the Web and work on their own schedules and at their own paces.

Who Is Work at Home Employment For?

Employees, independent contractors, and business owners can all take advantage of working at home. Employees (telecommuters, for instance) can teleconference and stay in touch with their co-workers from home; free-lancers and other independent contractors may not even have an office building to call their own anyway. And business owners can run successful operations, sometimes on a part-time schedule, without even leaving their home.

Consider the hours you now spend in traffic--ten trips a week--coming and going to the office, making money for someone else. Working at home creates time for yourself, and, when you run your own business, creates more profit for yourself, too. Working at home is the first step toward independence from the 9-to-5 drudgery.


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