Will Work from Home: Earn the Cash--Without the Commute

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Escape the cube. Ditch the commute. It's not just a dream anymore.

Many people already spend 12 hours a day getting to work, working, getting home from work. Here's some good news: thanks to advances in technology, acceptance of outsourcing, the trend towards corporate flextime, and other factors, working from home is easier than ever.

Good Morning America's Workplace Contributor Tory Johnson and consumer advocate Robyn Freedman Spizman tell readers exactly how to turn today's cultural change to their advantage without giving up an income. Specific business plans will teach them how to:
• Take their current position home
• Find a new company whose policies will allow them to work from home
• Reseach a product they believe in, and sell it from home
• Start their own business, doing something they love, for a minimal initial investment

With real-life stories, a step-by-step plan, resource guides, and lists of scams to avoid, this is the book that will help readers finally make the leap—and show them that they don't have to give up their family, creativity, or peace of mind to earn a decent salary.

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Title Page
chapter two Homebound Readiness
chapter three Taking Your Current Job Home
chapter four Fill an Existing Need
chapter five Be Your Own Boss
chapter six Succeed in Direct Sales
Pocket Change for Lifes Extras
chapter eight Scam Busters
chapter ten Home Economics
chapter eleven Now Its Up to

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About the author (2008)

Tory Johnson is the founder and CEO of Women For Hire, a nationally respected organization that produces career fairs and conducts job-seeking seminars for women throughout the country. She is a frequent media guest and has appeared on CNN, CBS, NBC, and FOX news. Robyn Freedman Spizman, has authored more than sixty books and is a frequent guest on CNN and Headline News, and has appeared for two decades as a consumer advocate on NBC in Atlanta. Lindsey Pollak, a Yale graduate, is involved with many national women’s organizations and has served as Director of Business Development at WorkingWoman.com.

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