There are some jobs that are advertised often via email that promise a career working from home, but when you delve deeper this is not always the case. There are, however, many more opportunities to work from home and perhaps more than ever before due to the internet.
There are certain benefits to office work at home which includes being able to sit in your office chair in your pyjamas and not having to battle with commuter traffic and even the odd lie in or two because you don’t need to leave at the crack of dawn any longer to beat the rush hour traffic.
A home office also provides the opportunity of comfort and calmness sat in a soothing environment away from staff issues.
Should you have a medical degree and wish to work from home there are plenty of opportunities to write medical transcriptions for local health authorities with only the need of a laptop or computer and an office desk and office chair.
Other jobs which are commonly completed in a home office include copywriting and various freelancing roles. Some regional sales people are based in a home office and only travel on occasion to their external offices and client meetings.
A qualified accountant with his or her own clients is also a job that can be completed successfully from a home office.
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