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Have you ever wanted a work from home job that benefits humankind as much as it benefits you – a job with the chance to save someone’s life?   If so, then remote contact tracing could be the job for you. Since of the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, remote contact tracers have saved countless lives by helping to limit the spread of this dangerous virus. But contact tracing has been around for decades, combating...
Are you good with keyboarding, writing, event planning or scheduling? Do you know your way around a spread sheet? These are just some of the skills that could make you a great virtual assistant. Working as a virtual assistant is a rewarding job that allows you to work from the comfort of home, while providing administrative support and assistance to a company or a person. You can skip the daily commute, spend more time with your family,...
Many companies today are striving to make remote employment the new normal, and Amazon is no exception. With more than a million employees worldwide, Amazon is hiring tens of thousands of people for remote jobs, making the company an excellent option for those seeking work from home jobs. In this complete guide, we’re going to tell you everything you need to know to land an Amazon work from home job. If you’ve got...
Increasing Opportunities for Online Teaching Driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, online teaching is riding an unprecedented wave of growth. More students than ever are taking classes online with teachers who are working from home. As a result, the demand for remote tutors is exploding as virtual learning becomes part of the new normal. During the pandemic many public school systems and colleges instituted virtual learning to protect...
What is a Medical Coder? Medical coders and billers are unsung heroes. They don't treat patients, but they are essential to the delivery of high quality healthcare. Why? For one reason, medical coders help ensure that patients aren't overcharged. They also make sure doctors, healthcare providers and insurance companies are compensated properly.  Both coders and billers provide...
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.  For the safety of its employees, Amazon says corporate employees will be permitted to work from home until mid 2021 .  Some of the largest and best known companies in the U.S. are hiring remote workers to maintain operations during the pandemic,...
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...
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...
Work-at-home options have always existed, from cottage industries such as craftsmen who fashion handmade, unique, or limited production goods to authors who scribble or type away in hungry solitude. As today’s digital economy expands and business adapts to factors such as a current labor shortage, changing customer behavior, and demands for work-life balance, remote employment becomes an ever more viable option for gainful...