Tired of travelling to work? Why not work for a company from your home office?

February 23, 2007 6:10am CST
The cost of fuel, managing childcare, and wear and tear on the car sure get tiring. Even bus fare and meals can get expensive. So, I have started researching ways to get away from these problems and inconveniences. Telecommuting or Homeshoring trends are on the way up. There are many companies now hiring people who can work from home which saves the company money and in turn saves you money because you can enjoy hours you can set and all from the comfort of your own home office. Check out my Blog at http://paulfocus.blogspot.com for more. Love to hear your findings on any companies hiring in Canada or the US too.
3 responses
@jan135 (537)
• Australia
1 Mar 07
Good information. Have you heard of a search engine called ChaCha they take on home workers for being search engine guides. They only take workers from USA, not sure about Canada, but it's worth adding to your blog if you are interested.
@vityota (878)
• India
23 Feb 07
i am from india and do the companies and offers you are talking about for indians also because many such offers are only for US and canadians..
@paidreader (5146)
• United States
23 Feb 07
I gave up my 2 hour a day commute about 2 years ago. Several years ago I started earning some extra money online by reading a few emails after work and on the weekend. Over time I've joined quite a number of good (and free) sites, and have started seeing my efforts pay off. In the last 2 years I've been consistantly increasing my earnings (last year doubled the previous years payments received) and anticipate to continue doubling it again this year. After looking at your blog, I would like to recommend a site that you may be interested in, being from Canada. Take a look at the link in my profile & look at NetWinner. I've earned $175 in only 6 months playing their free (and very addictive) game. You'll find links to other sites I'm earning with when you're on the "More than $50 free" page. I hope you'll find something that interests you while you're there.