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Wake Up and Work

Is a work-from-home job for you?

There are few jobs with more appeal than the job you can do at home. You get to stay in your pajamas all day if you want, have flexible hours, and spend more time with your family. With a stay-at-home job, there’s no need to buy expensive work clothes, pay for transportation, call in when your child is sick, or deal with rush hour traffic.

So a home-based job obviously has many perks, but is it for you? Could you earn an income from home? How do you avoid scams? What are the negatives to telecommuting?

Check the Options

More and more businesses are adding telecommuters to their workforce. You may think that productivity decreases by working from home, but studies have shown the opposite to be true. Those who work at home are often very motivated employees. And thanks to the World Wide Web, the job options are practically limitless.

Most people who work at home find they do not have the benefit of receptionists who serve as personal guards. - Judith Martin

Popular telecommuting jobs include data entry, phone research, medical billing or coding, health case manager, marketing copy editor, customer service, online tutor, web content writer, and bilingual translator. Most at-home jobs require the employee to have a computer, high speed Internet, software programs, and a phone.

If you have any of the job skills listed above, you may be able to land a job from home. And if you don’t have the necessary tools, your employer may just foot the bill for you.

Avoid Scams

With the increasing popularity of working from home, businesses and individuals have begun to prey on innocent victims looking for such opportunities. As with all other things in life, beware of a work-from-home job that sound too good to be true. It most likely is.

If you are asked to put money down to get the job, run! Legitimate businesses don’t require you to pay them to get a job. Don’t ever pay for a start-up kit and don’t give your credit card number or bank account information to anyone - no matter what.

Also, if there’s no clear description of what the job entails, stay away. Promises of lots of money for little work should cause red flags to go up in your brain. And if the job advertises “no qualifications needed,” look elsewhere. You can’t make money stuffing envelopes or assembling crafts.

In the event you’re still interested in a job that is giving you red flags, ask for references from other employees, how often you’ll be paid, if you’re paid on commission, and what training or equipment you’ll need. Then do some research online before making a commitment. If it’s a scam, you should be able to find out by hunting the Internet.

Accept The Downsides

Working-from-home jobs are enticing for many reasons, but they’re not for everyone. You’ll have more freedom, but still be tied down. You’ve still got a job to do. The laundry may be piling up and the kids hanging from your ankles, but that report has to get done. Just because you’re at home doesn’t mean you have endless amounts of free time. It may mean that you feel torn between home and work obligations.

Working from home takes discipline. If you don’t have the will power to stay focused on work when your bed is in the next room or the weather is perfect for fishing, then telecommuting may not be for you. A job at the office with a boss breathing down your neck may be what you need to stay focused on the task at hand.

Maybe you’re a people person and thrive on daily interaction with your coworkers. A work-from-home job can be somewhat isolating. You may feel lonely and miss adult conversations and lunch out with friends.

If your kids are school age, a job at home can be even more appealing. But don’t forget your job must still get done during summer break, holidays, and sick days. Even with a home-based job, you may have to arrange for childcare during your children’s vacation days.

But if you think a home-based business or job is right up your alley, spend some time tonight researching the options that meet your strengths and desires and take the first step to a pajama-and-slippers workplace!