5 Hot Work at Home Job Trends for 2013

5 Hot Work at Home Job Trends for 2013 Avatar Posted by HollyHanna under Startups
From http://www.theworkathomewoman.com 495 days ago
Made Hot by: kingofcontent92 on December 19, 2012 9:46 am
With the unemployment rate at a staggering 7.7% and companies looking for ways to save money during these difficult financial times, freelancing and telecommuting are becoming more popular than ever.

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Written by lyceum
487 days ago

As a social media evangelist it was interesting to read the following:

"Social Media Mangers: Companies are willing to pay big bucks for social media expertise, according to Simply Hired.com, a Social Media Marketer can make an average of $82,000 a year. Having a background in advertising, marketing or business can be helpful in establishing yourself as a Social Media Expert, but probably the best testimonial you can have is the experience of building up your own online community. To find positions search sites like Mashable or Jobs in Social Media."



Written by GetApp
490 days ago

You are right, these are great opportunities to work from home. I actually believe that this will be the future because technology makes it for us so easy to work from everywhere you want. If you take for example Zoho CRM, Evernote, WordPress, etc. there are so many apps that organize your business while you can access them from everywhere. Simply great!



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