Note: Work-At-Home Success contains advertising as well as screened work-at-home jobs and resources. Click here for full details and disclosures.

Monthly Archives: August 2011

Work At Home Jobs August 31, 2011


READ FIRST! To apply to the jobs listed below, please follow the directions posted in the announcement. DO NOT CONTACT WAHS TO APPLY TO A JOB LISTED HERE.

wahsjobs

Work-At-Home Success is not representing or affiliated with the companies posted here. These jobs are found by Work-At-Home Success or submitted for posting. Further Work-At-Home Success can make no guarantees about the jobs posted. Remember to never pay money to get hired or use your personal bank account or credit card to help a company do business!! Please let me know if any job posted below asks for money or is otherwise questionable. Visit WAHS’s Scam Alert page to get information on protecting yourself from scams.

New Jobs

Customer Service
Translator
Client Services Rep
RN Case Manager
Telephonic Nurse Case Manager
Customer Service
Coding Quality Reviewer
Pharmacy Technician / Physician Consultants
Collectors
RN Case Manager

 

Get More Jobs!

Didn’t find the job you want above? Here are some of the sites I used to find the jobs listed above. Please note, the listings below are NOT jobs (jobs are posted above). These are services that provide work-at-home job announcements. Some are free and others aren’t. While you never want to pay a company to hire you, its is okay to invest in a service that can help you find a job. The services below are the ones that I use and know to be reputable.

Telecommuting Job Databases (fee required to access these services)

FlexJobs – Has tons of work-at-home and flexible job options plus a personalized login system that will identify jobs that fit your criteria, ability to have multiple resume profiles, job search tips and checklists, and much more! For the number of jobs and added service, its a must use for the serious work-at-home job hunter.

HomeJobStop has over 100 jobs in clerical, and more in customer service, writing, transcription, miscellaneous plus 100′s of others. Very affordable.

The Homeworker – has hundreds of jobs in many areas including clerical and more.

Free job search sites (you need to search by keyword to find work-at-home jobs on these sites).

Monster.com
Beyond.com
CareerBuilder
Job.com
CraigsList.org

Check out the freelance job board for more jobs!


Powered by




Note: Work-At-Home Success contains advertising as well as screened work-at-home jobs and resources. Click here for full details and disclosures.

About Leslie Truex
Leslie Truex is an ideaphoric writer, speaker, entrepreneur, social worker and mom trying to do it all from the comfort of her home. Since 1998, she's been helping others create careers they love by providing work-at-home information and resources through Work-At-Home Success.
Connect with Leslie: Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Google + | Pinterest
Sign up for the newsletter below to get more great tools and resources.



Note: Work-At-Home Success contains advertising as well as screened work-at-home jobs and resources. Some posts may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive compensation if you register or buy using the link. Occasionally, WAHS publishes "Supporting Contributor" posts or paid reviews for which compensation is paid. These posts are marked as such. All opinions are my own. Click here for full details and disclosures.


New Report Shows 50 Million Americans Hold Jobs that Could Be Done From Home



The Telework Research Network recently released “The State of Telework in the U.S.” providing details about telecommuting and how individuals, businesses and the government are profiting. Using data from the public and private sectors, the study made some interesting discoveries including:

Telecommuting Trends:

  • Forty-five percent of the US workforce holds a job that is compatible with at least part-time telework.
  • Fifty million U.S. employees who want to work from home hold jobs that are telework compatible though only 2.9 million consider home their primary place of work (2.3% ofthe workforce).
  • Regular telecommuting grew by 61% between 2005 and 2009. During the same period, home-based self employment grew by 1.7%.
  • Based on current trends, telecommuters will total 4.9 million by 2016, a 69% increase from the current level but well below other forecasts.
  • Seventy-six percent of telecommuters work for private sector companies, down from 81% in 2005—the difference is largely attributable to increased WAH among state and federal workers.
  • Using home as a ‘reasonable accommodation’ per the Americans with Disabilities Act, 316,000 people regularly work from home.
  •  The typical telecommuter is a 49-year-old, college educated, salaried, non-union employee in a management or professional role, earning $58,000 a year at a company with more than 100 employees.
  • Over 75% of employees who work from home earn over $65,000 per year, putting them in the upper 80 percentile relative to all employees.
  • Larger companies are more likely to allow telecommuting than smaller ones.
  • Non-union organizations are more likely to offer telecommuting than those with unions.
  • In a quarter of the nation’s 20 largest metro areas, more people now telecommute than use public transportation as their “principal means of transportation to work.”
  • The biggest barrier to telecommuting, by a wide margin, is management fear and mistrust.

Savings and Benefits:

  • The existing 2.9 million US telecommuters save 390 million gallons of gas and prevent the release of 3.6 million tons of greenhouse gases yearly.
  • If those with compatible jobs worked at home 2.4 days a week (the national average of those who do), the reduction in greenhouse gases (51 million tons) would be equivalent of taking the entire New York workforce off the roads. The national savings would total over $900 billion a year; enough to reduce our Persian Gulf oil imports by 46%.
  • The energy saved annually from telecommuting could exceed the output of all renewable energy sources combined.

You can check out the full report at Workshifting.

About Leslie Truex
Leslie Truex is an ideaphoric writer, speaker, entrepreneur, social worker and mom trying to do it all from the comfort of her home. Since 1998, she's been helping others create careers they love by providing work-at-home information and resources through Work-At-Home Success.
Connect with Leslie: Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Google + | Pinterest
Sign up for the newsletter below to get more great tools and resources.



Note: Work-At-Home Success contains advertising as well as screened work-at-home jobs and resources. Some posts may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive compensation if you register or buy using the link. Occasionally, WAHS publishes "Supporting Contributor" posts or paid reviews for which compensation is paid. These posts are marked as such. All opinions are my own. Click here for full details and disclosures.