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6 Tips For Returning to Work Postbaby

6 Tips For Returning to Work Postbaby

Having recently returned to my full-time position in advertising after four months at home with my baby, I have a whole new appreciation for the everyday juggling acts performed by working mothers; for their brave faces and unflappable demeanors; and for their ability to keep it together, even if it’s only the appearance of keeping it together.

As they say, having a kid changes everything. These coping strategies will help you keep cool, calm, and professional when you head back to the office. Read more

10 Tips to Help You Be More Efficient Working From Home

10 Tips to Be More Efficient Working From Home

Are you  an expert at working remotely? You will be if you apply these 10 simple tips to your daily routine.

Being efficient working from home can be a challenge. There are tons of distractions, less accountability, and less communication than when you’re working in the office. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. There are lots of ways to keep yourself working productively from any location.

Whether you work from home every day, a couple of times per week, or even if you’re just working from home while you recover from an illness, these tips can help you to get the most out of your remote work hours. You won’t believe how much you can get done in a day! Read more

10 Things Only Working Parents Would Understand

10 Things Only Working Parents Would Understand

Becoming a working parent is no easy thing – far from it. Choosing to have a child and balance a day-to-day job can be a stressful, demanding, exhausting way to live your life, and it can equally be a thrilling, enjoyable, and wonderful way to balance out your desire for a family with your need to advance and continue your career.

So if you’ve just become a working parent, are considering becoming one in the future, or know all too well the experiences that being a working parent entails, then check this list out! Read more

Secrets To Balancing Work And Family Life

Secrets To Balancing Work And Family Life

Conflict between work and family life is one of the most common sources of stress for working adults. In this productivity-driven society that we are living in, more and more people are finding it hard to adequately fulfill their roles both at home and at the workplace. More often than not, workers are unable to find a point of balance between their careers and their families — there is always one that is given more priority than the other. This behavior has been associated with a number of dysfunctional outcomes — strained familial relationships, inefficiency at work, and poor physical and mental health. Read more

10 Surprising Work-from-Home Jobs for Moms

10 Surprising Work-from-Home Jobs for Moms

Remote work certainly has come a long way from the days of data entry and transcription jobs (which are still readily available, of course!). Virtually any in-office job can now be done, well, virtually. Today we’re taking a look at some of the most surprising work-from-home jobs that would be great for moms looking for work flexibility.

So if you’re looking for a cool job that you can do remotely—one that affords you time with your family and maybe even yourself—here are 10 surprising work-from-home jobs for moms.

Chiropractor

Yes, that’s right! You can actually be a virtual chiropractor. In this role, the full-time chiropractor is responsible for case management and clinical peer review in order to conduct utilization reviews of chiropractic services given to health insurance plan members. Medical professionals with excellent verbal and computer skills can excel in health-related work-from-home jobs.

Chef Sales

You’re not one to brag, but your cherries jubilee is really deliciousness defined on a plate. When you work in Chef Sales, you get to combine your love of food and your people skills. You’ll get to work with restaurant clients helping them meet their needs with a variety of products and services.

Marketing and Outreach Coordinator

For a national government agency, the marketing and outreach coordinator will develop public awareness campaigns, coordinate communications, conduct market research, and assess development of campaigns. This full-time telecommuting role does require close proximity to Washington D.C.

Child Advocate – Guardian ad Litem

If you have a background in a child-related profession, education, nursing, social work, law, or psychology, this virtual job offers the opportunity to advocate for the best interests of children in juvenile and family court proceedings. As a part-time work-from-home job, you’ll be working in courts and judicial buildings throughout the county when required, but mainly working from your home office.

Online University Faculty

Gone are the days of professors and students being together in a classroom. From K-12 to the college level, schools are taking learning out of the classroom and bringing it to students all over the world. And there’s no shortage of subjects that they cover; in this particular role, PhDs and EdDs help train students in counseling education. Educators who work in an online environment have many of the same responsibilities as regular classroom professors, and all with the goal of seeing their students achieve success!

Fitness Video Blogger

If you love fitness and physical activity, but crave the flexibility of a work-from-home job, this one’s for you! The gym can now come directly to you in the form of a fitness video blogger. The virtual position is responsible for producing fitness exercise videos for a fitness-related website. The topics are variable and this role offers a part-time schedule with flexible hours.

Care Coordinator

If you have an interest in healthcare, working as a care coordinator will give you a chance to interact with people, conduct assessments, and help in the delivery of medical and social services. People with a background in social work and nursing are a particularly good fit for this role.

Senior Staff Attorney

You’ve watched enough episodes of Law and Order: SVU to know that trials happen in courtrooms, not home offices. But in an effort to help law firms increase revenue, virtual attorneys are taking over the legal landscape. They provide critical counsel from their home offices, while collaborating with their legal eagle coworkers utilizing a wide variety of communication tools.

Corporate Travel Consultant

Those who work in this industry create travel itineraries from start to finish for their corporate clients by working in conjunction with hotels and hospitality groups. And since almost all of their work is done over the phone, via email, and through detailed Internet research, this position can be a telecommuter’s dream job.

Human Resources Manager

Supplying a full range of HR services for startups and small companies is the priority of this human resources manager. And since many of the positions being filled are for telecommuting jobs, well, it makes sense that this position be virtual, too! From onboarding to employment law and everything in between, this virtual HR role offers full benefits to the successful candidate.

No matter what industry you’re interested in, you’re sure to find a variety of surprising work-from-home jobs that will fit in with your work-life balance needs and also be exciting, too!

Source: www.flexjobs.com