As you pack the kids’ lunchboxes and book bags and send them off to school, you might be wondering what you’re going to do with all those extra hours (and a quiet house!) during the day. Fortunately, there are many part-time and telecommuting jobs you can do from home that will fit in with your kids’ schedules—and showcase your workplace skills, too. Here are just a few of them.
Insurance Renewal Specialist
Responsibilities for this position include conducting client outreach, providing documents and quotes to clients, and communicating insurance renewal information to clients.
Digital Marketing Editor
Publishing professional will edit and manage digital marketing e-newsletters, manage the blog as well as foster relationships with clients.
As a Medical Transcriptionist, you’ll transcribe health records, test results, procedures and medications from a home-based office. You’ll compare voice files with actual documentation to self-audit for accuracy.
Spanish Language Tutor
Forget the classroom. In this role, you’ll provide live tutoring in a virtual environment. For this telecommuting position, you’ll need a state teaching certification as well as online instruction experience. Muy bien!
Advertising Sales Account Executive
Working from a home office, you’ll develop outbound ad campaigns and sell digital advertising. In addition to some light traveling within your area, you’ll prospect, qualify, develop and present proposals.
Many moms look for jobs that offer flex schedules when their children are back in school. Make sure that you find a job that you love (and that challenges you), fits in with the demands of your busy day, and allows you to attain that ever-elusive work life balance.