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The Creme de la Creme of Work-from-Home Jobs Part 2

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  1. After having a mid life crisis of sorts, it was decided that I should work from home. Currently I work as a sales assistant to a toy company and love it. I’ve also started bookkeeping from home as much of the work can be done online. I’m new to the process and found these jobs via Craigslist.

    • It sounds like you’re well on your way Bodynsolil! I wish you luck in your endeavors. I was thinking about doing bookkeeping at home too but this blog is keeping me busy. 🙂

      Thanks for coming by to read this post and for your comment. TGIF!

      Cori

    • Hi Cynthia,

      You have a great point. That is one of the downfalls of working from home, we aren’t around people.

      Thanks for reading my post and for leaving a comment.

      Cori

  2. Hey Cori!

    That’s great that you take the time to research all the work-at-home jobs and share them with us. And that’s a great list! Personally, Medical Coder would be a good choice for me since I studied nursing for 2 ½ years.

    Thanks for sharing this! TGIF! 🙂

    • Thanks Nataly! I really do like researching these jobs and sharing it. If I know it helps one person that keeps me motivated. 🙂

      My daughter studied medical billing and coding but she didn’t finish. I’m hoping she can go back and start working from home too. 🙂

      Thanks for reading and for leaving a comment gf. Hope you’re having a great weekend!
      Cori

  3. This is an awesome list here Cori.

    I love that so many positions and opportunities are available to be implemented from home – and you’re living proof that it can be done.

    Thanks for sharing all of this with us. You really make a positive impact on others 🙂

    • Aw, thanks Dana.

      There are certainly a lot more opportunities to work from home than there was 10 years ago. I mean, when a nurse can work from home that is just amazing. 🙂

      Thanks for your support Dana. It means a lot gf! Hope you’re having a great weekend.

      Cori

  4. Morning Cori!

    These are great options! Btw, did you ever find out what happened with Carol? I haven’t seen her in the blogosphere at all! Hope she’s fine.

    Personally, I think being a Medical Coder would be a pretty cool gig. I looked into it at one time, however, my medical terminology is rusty. Heck, I haven’t been in college since 1987! Eek!

    Anywho………… great choices lovey! TGIF girl! Ready to rump shake with me! Woot! Woot!

    Bren

    • Hey Bren,

      No, I’m not sure what happened with Carol. I went by her blog one day and I was getting a page not found. She is missed though. She always had great info to share.

      Me since 1989 and that was high school. I didn’t get to go to college. I would like to be a transcriptionist. I had studied that when I first started working from home but I could never pass the freakin’ exam. I had to miss only one word and I kep missing like two or three. I put it aside and never looked back.

      Thanks for reading the post and for your comment. Hope you’re having a great weekend!

      Cori

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