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Are you spending hours every week traveling to and from work? Are you spending too much time away from your kids? Are home cooked meals a thing of the past? Do you hate your boss? Perhaps you simply need to earn a little extra money? If you can answer yes to any of these questions, then a telecommuting job is the thing for you.
What are telecommuting jobs you might ask? Well, they are quite simply doing a job working from home with the help of your computer. If you have a computer at home and an email connection you can have a telecommuting job. Yes, you can work from home.
The benefits of telecommuting jobs are manifold for you, the individual, the company who avails of your services and to society as a whole.
The benefits of telecommuting jobs, for you, include reducing your time away from home, actually getting a job where once you could not commit to office hours, and spending time working at the job rather than travelling to the job. You may even be able to work on your way to the job.
There are benefits to the employer in terms of less spent on office overhead expenses. For example, heat, electricity, and car parking facilities. Perhaps more importantly, the greater well-being of telecommuting staff in the form of increased family time and less travel-related stress. However, it is important to note that in order for telecommuting jobs to be a success, the employer needs to focus on results. In other words, focus on the job getting done rather than scrutiny of employees.
Telecommuting jobs help the environment by reducing traffic congestion, air pollution and petrol use. They will also lead to increased productivity as less time is wasted commuting to and from a traditional job.
There are many different types of telecommuting jobs available and the possibilities for telecommuting jobs are endless. For example, you could set up a business selling on eBay. There are thousands of people earning a full- or part-time living selling on eBay. You can open an online shop for a very small monthly fee and get selling. It is so simple to have a telecommuting job!
Perhaps you are in a clerical job at the moment spending a lot of time travelling to and from work. Why not consider a job filling in forms at home? There are telecommuting jobs where you can get paid for typing online forms, or for processing names and addresses. Perhaps you want something simple like stuffing envelopes and mailing circulars.
With telecommuting jobs, you can do the job at the time that suits you. You may not start until you have left the children at school; you may stop when they come home, but are then able to carry on working when the kids are in bed. Telecommuting jobs provide endless flexibility.
Taking photos may be a hobby for you and perhaps you never dreamed that you could get a job doing what you love. With telecommuting jobs this is exactly what you could do. Of course, if you did not want to do it full time it could still be a part-time job. This is the real beauty of telecommuting jobs.
Are you happiest when you are shopping? Are you addicted to shopping? Did you know there are telecommuting jobs where you shop for companies who will actually pay you? Again, this is something that you could do without getting caught up in the rush hour traffic. In this case, a telecommuting job as a mystery shopper would be a dream job for you.
Maybe you love to eat in restaurants? Did you realize there are telecommuting jobs as a restaurant spy? Well, better you doing it than a food critic from the local paper, or worse, the local television.
These are just a few of the telecommuting jobs that are out there and available to you.
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