5 Reasons to Work From Home

Good Afternoon,

I am sharing with you 5 reasons why you should land a job and not have to leave the house.  These are not in particular order.

1.  You can fire your boss!  For those of you who have done the research, many opportunities to work from home say, “Fire Your Boss!”  Scam or not, it is true.  Isn’t the goal of one’s job is not to get hassled by your boss?  There are many work from home jobs that you don’t have to put up with a superior.

2.  The internet is more popular than ever.  Find the right website that will pay you for your work, rather than you having to pay!  Watch out for that.  Make sure the opportunity it is legit before you put your hard-earned money into something.

3.  No commute and no dress code!  Are you living in a multi-million populated city where it takes you an hour to get to work, and you’re only 15 miles away?  Put on a pair of shorts and a t-shirt and you’re ready to work from home.  Just put on only underwear if you want, like the guy in the Lending Tree commercial!

4.  You are your ticket to financial freedom!  All work from home opportunities, even the ones that claim you can make $10,000 a month in 5 seconds, require hard work.  Making money isn’t easy, but you can work from home.

5.  You have more time for friends, family and a social life.  Parents and super sociable individuals can benefit from working at their home.  I personally am a hermit who doesn’t want to spend the money to go out and socialize.  I feel if I can earn a substantial amount of money working from home, that can change.

Those are my thoughts.  Good luck to everyone who is looking for home employment!  I’m out!

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3 thoughts on “5 Reasons to Work From Home

  1. I think home-employment, and self-employment are two separate things. If I were self employed, I would be up and out of the house as much as possible to keep my life active and interesting!

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