Moms Working at Home

 

Nearly all moms have reservations about leaving the home to go back to work after having children. Luckily, we are living in a time where innovative technology and new corporate thinking has made it possible to have the best of both worlds. Below is a list of 10 great work-at-home jobs for stay-at-home moms. All of the jobs allow new moms to continue working after a recent birth or opt back into the workforce after stepping out to care for a family. Some parents finding reading work quotes helps to boost their confidence.

While many work-at-home jobs marketed towards stay-at-home moms are scams—for example, stuffing envelopes or rebate processing—the jobs below are 100 percent legitimate. Each of these positions are not only work-at-home jobs, but most also offer flexible schedules that will work around your parenting duties and family activities. From tutoring and customer service, to writing and transcription, there is a job for all stay-at-home moms!

Web Search Evaluator: If you have technical knowledge and computer skills, you can become a work-at-home mom as a web search evaluator. In this position you will search the Internet and provide support to improve search engine results. Part-time and flexible schedules are often available.

Data Entry Specialist: These types of remote jobs offer every stay-at-home mom the ability to become a work-at-home mom. As a data entry specialist you will enter data into a system using electronic files or paper documents. Additionally, many offer a range of schedules that maximize flexibility.

Virtual Tutor: Although not necessary, a background in education, tutoring, or instruction is highly desired of virtual tutors. Tutors work from home providing virtual tutoring services to children, youth, college students, and/or adults.

Customer Service Representative: Inbound or outbound calling is typically required for customer service representatives. These flexible jobs provide a range of options including working from home, flexible schedules, part-time schedules, and seasonal arrangements.

Transcriptionist: A great work-at-home option for stay-at-home moms is to be a transcriptionist. Transcriptionists are needed to transcribe audio files for multiple industries including healthcare, legal, and entertainment. Those with bilingual skills are highly sought after.

Writer: Freelance, flexible, and part-time writing positions are great for stay-at-home moms looking to make money on the side. Writers are able to create online content, articles, or blogs for public, private, and nonprofit organizations.

Translator: Using bilingual skills, translators are sought by numerous organizations to help provide telephonic support when translation services are needed. Some translating positions work at home and offer a multitude of scheduling options for stay-at-home moms.

Proofreader: If you have editing or proofreading skills or experience, writers and organizations are seeking your knowledge to provide final touches to their nearly published content, articles, and blogs. Many proofreading jobs offer the ability to work flexibly and from home.

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