The Pros and Cons of Flexible Jobs

Sixty percent of Americans are completely satisfied with the level of flexibility that their jobs offer, and another 26 percent are somewhat satisfied, according to Gallup. But if you’re in the group that isn’t happy, you’re probably looking for something better. It may seem impossible to be able to find something that both pays the bills and allows you to be home in time to greet the school bus, but it’s not. Those jobs are out there.

If you’re searching for increased flexibility, telecommuting, or a part time position, the first thing you need to do is step away from the ads that proclaim, “Make $8,000 a month working from home!” Jobs that pay those types of salaries are available at home, but they don’t advertise like that. They focus on the knowledge and skills needed to do the job. Anything that doesn’t focus on that is most likely a scam.

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