The advances in technology has not only made it easier and more affordable to work from home, but it has created work-at-home opportunities. If you’re struggling to find the right work-at-home option for you, check out some of the best ideas for 2015. Please note, if you can’t do any of the jobs or businesses on this list, that doesn’t mean you can’t work at home. These are just the ideas that career experts have identified as good industries for 2015.
CareerBuilder came out with a list of top jobs for 2015 that don’t require a degree and those that do. Not all these jobs can be done from home, but some can. Most are in the technology and medical fields.
1) Software and app developer.
2) Web developer
3) RN – Home based RNs can do a variety of jobs including phone triage and check insurance docs. Many also do field work.
4) Health Services Manager
Many people want jobs for a stable, regular income. However, you’re more likely to get paid what you’re work if you go it on your own. Earning more money per hour means you can make more or work less.
1) App developer
2) Software trainer
5) Business to business support (i.e. Virtual Assistant)
The Best Option for You
It always helps to go into a job or business that has a future. There’s no sense in wasting your time on jobs or businesses that are on their way out. However, I’m a firm believer that you should choose a work-at-home job or business that fits with skills, experience and/or interests you have. Going into something new takes a lot of time. Staring something you don’t love will make working at home hard. So while the list above lets you know what is hot during 2015, they are not the only ways to make money from home. If you can provide an employer or customers something of value, you can make money from home. Be sure to check out my tips on choosing the best work-at-home option for you.
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.
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