Recently I have come across an article published on the UK daily paper The Telegraph, which listed down the 10 highest paid jobs you can do from home.
The list of course did not limit to 10 single jobs, but went on to giving ideas about alternative jobs as well. Before doing so, however, the article explained that the number of people that have had a change of career and opted for working from home has grown in recent years particularly after the economic recession that has hit the entire planet. Many people have lost their jobs in the last few years, less vacancies have become available to new work force, i.e. degree holders or school leavers, and other jobs are paid less than they used to, so as to making difficult for people who have had a career break for family commitment, i.e. us mums, to get back into a job that is no longer sustainable with the increased child care expenses. Continue reading “What are the benefits of working at home”