Medical billing and coding jobs from home offer a chance to build an out-of-the-cubicle career in healthcare. In fact, this remote-friendly career path is so in-demand that the Bureau of Labor and Statistics estimates it’ll grow much faster than average! Some estimates even suggest there are 50% more medical billing and coding jobs than there […]
Work From Home Career Paths to Consider
You may be surprised to learn all the ways you can create an out-of-the-cubicle career!
Check out the many types of career opportunities to work from home and finally get serious about kicking your cubicle to the curb!
Customer service jobs from home are one of the most readily available. This is because companies, large and small, realize the many benefits of remote support teams. For starters, there’s no expensive call center to operate. And, two, companies can hire the best talent regardless of geographic location. So, if you’ve been searching for a […]
I proofread romance books from home, and yes, sometimes I eat chocolate or bonbons while I do it. I’ve been doing this for over 10 years now, have read almost 1000 love stories, and haven’t once gotten tired of it. The material is fun, sexy, exciting, heartfelt, and full of strong women. I’ve learned so […]
Learn to code. Seriously. I can’t stress enough how valuable coding skills are. And coding know-how can often lead to much more flexible (and lucrative!) work. So, if you’ve been plotting an escape from your cubicle for some time, coding may very well be your ticket out of the office. In fact, some of the […]
There is no denying the power of Pinterest. As of Fall 2016, there were more than 150 million active monthly users pinning and sharing images. And this powerful platform shows no signs of slowing. The growing popularity of Pinterest has not gone unnoticed by businesses — everyone from bloggers to large brands turn to Pinterest […]
Before I was a blogger, I was (still kind of am) a freelance writer. Before I was a freelance writer, I did a little transcription work. Specifically, I was a legal transcriptionist. But I didn’t set out to become a legal typist. In fact, I kinda fell into it. “How?” you ask. Well, after my son […]