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So you’ve been searching around for a flexible job for some time now without success. It's not easy to find a remote, flexible job that allows you to telecommute. But help is on the way!  Whether you want to work from home or make your own schedule, here is a list of flexible jobs for moms that can help you achieve your goal! We divided what you’re looking for into 39 job categories, and we've updated the categories...
Medical Coders are Healthcare Heroes! Medical coding specialists don't treat patients, but they are essential to the delivery of high quality healthcare. Medical coders help ensure that patients aren't overcharged for the services they receive. They also make sure healthcare providers and insurance companies are compensated properly, and that researchers have the data they need to help prevent diseases and epidemics. Without medical...
Using these interview questions, you will rapidly uncover whether a candidate has the underlying motivation necessary to go the extra mile and get the job done. Motivation questions are a powerful tool to discover whether someone will work hard and seize the opportunities you are providing as an employer.  These questions will help you weed out candidates who lack ambition, and that can save you a lot of time and expense down the...
The COVID-19 crisis has dramatically changed the way we live and work. Employers that once required workers to be on-site from 9 to 5 have embraced remote work, or reluctantly accepted it. In truth, there was little choice in the matter due to state and local regulations to protect public health. Remote Jobs are Here to Stay An MIT study found that of those employed before COVID, half are now working from home, including 35% who were...
From Contact Tracers to COVID Screeners and Testers. The COVID-19 Crisis has spawned a myriad of previously unknown job titles that will provide work to hundreds of thousands of people living in a post-COVID society. Many of these new jobs are remote positions, and can be found right here on MotherWorks.com As the popularity of telecommuting ascends rapidly in this “new normal,” the benefits and realities of work at home...
If you are among the millions of people out of work due to the coronavirus, there is reason for hope. Amazon is is among many major companies hiring people to work from home. Some of the largest and best known companies in the U.S. have begun hiring remote workers to maintain operations during the pandemic, or take advantage of new opportunities presented by crisis. Amazon announced in a blog post that it is hiring an additional 75,000...
More than ever, mothers are finding it necessary to work remotely. Millions of people have been suddenly forced to work from home due to the social distancing restrictions put in place to fight the COVID-19 virus. Unfortunately, millions more have lost their jobs as businesses suspend their operations under the strain of the coronavirus situation. If you are out of work because of the coronavirus situation, you will find many high-quality...
Many businesses no longer require all hands on deck, meaning that they either outsource tasks to vendors or allow employees to work someplace other than on-site. If there’s one benefit to the digital revolution (or maybe that’s evolution), it’s the flexibility that digital business in a global economy affords workers. A global economy operates at all hours every single day. Humans generally do not and cannot work 24 hours...
Embracing Remote Work and Workplace Flexibility Are Key It’s hard to imagine that 2020 will be known for anything except The Year of Coronavirus. The emergence of COVID-19, deemed a pandemic by the CDC, is destroying lives, confining people to their homes like hostages, and bringing business as we know it to a screeching halt.  Like the 2008 recession, there is little doubt that the coronavirus pandemic will change the...
You have the finished manuscript in your hands. What a giddy feeling of accomplishment! Take a moment to celebrate, because that manuscript proves you are a writer. Once the euphoria wears off, you face a series of crucial decisions, the first of which is whether you will pursue publication via the traditional route or through a self-publishing platform. Before making a decision, do your research. A source like  Preditors and...
W. C. Fields, a misogynistic wit of the early 20th century, is credited with saying, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Then quit. There’s no point in being a damned fool about it.” Regardless of how unpleasant his personality may have been, the advice rings true. Finish the manuscript Too many writers struggling to produce that first book pour time, energy, and hope into a manuscript that clearly...
Do you have a novel inside you? Conventional wisdom and legions of language arts teachers would have you believe that. Certainly, the quality of writing—dreadful by today’s standards—found in much classical literature implies that technical competence has little bearing on whether the novel inside you deserves a public forum. The rags-to-riches anecdotes of such fabulously lucky authors as J. K. Rowling and E. L. James...