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There are both benefits and drawbacks to working at home. First of all, let us list some benefits. There is no commute, individuals can spend more time with family and friends, schedules tend to be more flexible allowing employees to do things such as run errands and go to doctor appointments on a much easier basis, the pay is often higher, one does not have to dress up to go to work, the work can often be completed in a fraction of the time with the same or more amount of pay, and employees can often take breaks at their leisure. However, there are some drawbacks to working at home. First of all, it can be harmful socially. A person may have a hard time making friends, networking, or become easily bored working and living in the same location. Oftentimes, working at home means buying extra equipment that will need to be used during the course of employment. It is often hard to distinguish your superiors from your co-workers and communication throughout the company may be hindered. Paydays and other appointments tend to be less reliable. Important dates and appointments may be put at risk because of communication problems and the lack of knowing who to go to for what. A person can find him- or herself working all hours of the day and night because of the much-needed breaks, and there is a lack of personal relationships and contacts. Perhaps worse of all, there are many “employers” out there who set up scams to recruit at-home workers and end up ripping them off.
The main point here is that you have to know what to look for. There are legitimate sites out there dedicated to sifting through all of the work-at-home “job offers” and only pulling back the ones that they, in their best opinion, feel to be legitimate. Two good sources for these are www.wahm.com and www.craigslist.com. Both of these sites tend to list legitimate sources of work-at-home employment rather than scams. You still have to be careful, though.
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