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Old 10-07-2012, 01:35 PM
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Default Software engineer telecommuting

Does anyone here have a degree in Computer Science and work from home as a software engineer?
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Old 10-07-2012, 08:14 PM
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I don't myself. But I know some people who are computer programmers and they've made some decent money picking up contract work on sites like Odesk.
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Even some companies offer employment option with decent pay if you have right qualification.

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Old 10-07-2012, 09:37 PM
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My husband does. Out of a half dozen employee-status jobs that he's had since college, all but one offered some level of telecommuting from as low as working remotely only when he was on-call on the weekends to complete, 100% telecommute, to some in between extremes of "if you ask, we'll say no/just stay home instead" type situations where no one really wanted the responsibility of approving it . Those were positions that he did have to spend some time in-house before being able to work at home. But more recently there has been an increase in tech jobs that clearly indicate "100% telecommute" up front on the listings. Of any field, I think software is one of the most plentiful fields offering remote opportunities. And these were all employee-status, 401k, w/ medical benefits, etc. Companies want the work done and often don't care where/when it's done. The downside is that the hours are long, and they expect a lot out of workers in terms of time commitment. So, there is often no clear line between work time and family time.
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