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FREELANCING / JUN. 06, 2015
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5 Surprising Jobs for Work-at-Home Moms

As the cost of childcare services increase, more and more mothers are opting to stay home with their children. However, this does not mean they have to give up a career in order to save money on childcare. In fact, many mothers are finding a perfect work-life balance when it comes to being a stay-at-home mother, and that is because today’s job market offers many opportunities for mothers to legitimately work from home while taking care of their children.

Part-time or full-time, today’s economy offers mothers the opportunity to work from home because a number of corporations now have the digital infrastructure to provide remote access to the office. Companies like Dell, Anthem, Amazon, and the Environmental Defense Fund are just a few offering positions for moms to start or maintain a fulfilling career while being home for her children. So, don’t think that giving up your job to save money on childcare means you can’t have a career – think outside the office.

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1. Communications Specialist

Also known as a Public Relations Consultant, these types of jobs require you to handle company projects that relate to their internal and external marketing campaigns, online marketing and advertising, as well as social media communications. They don’t require a lot of hours; some jobs only need you to perform one to five hours of work per week, and you get paid on a project-by-project basis.

2. Travel Counselor

Travel counselors provide customer service for a variety of travel agencies and vacations clubs for members of their services. In this type of position, your job mainly entails booking travel arrangements for customers and handling customer concerns, inquiries, and issues concerning travel and stay. Thus, you will be working directly with consumers who use travel agency and vacation club services. An interest in travel and willingness to stay current on travel trends and popular destinations is key in thriving in this position.

3. Event Producer

If you enjoy working with a team and creating press releases, consider becoming an event producer where you get to create strategies and execute event plans for companies in need of team-oriented individuals with experience in event planning and vendor management. Social media skills are a plus in this area, and there are multiple opportunities for both full and part-time work. This job requires you to be available for some onsite activity but is flexible enough for you plan around it.

4. Talent Acquisition Specialist

Do you enjoy recruiting or have experience in human resources? Consider a position in talent acquisition as a work-from-home opportunity where your day consists of performing applicant searches, developing applicant databases, and more for companies in need of filling positions.

5. Nurse Case Manager

If you have experience in nursing, nurse case management is an opportunity for you to balance work around being a mom. Here, you perform care management for patients by evaluating care plans and coordinating with care staff. You may have to travel to onsite locations, but the job is flexible enough for you to coordinate these visits around your child’s daily activity schedule.

See Also: How to Earn Money When You’re a Stay at Home Mom

Overall, today’s economy is ripe with flexible opportunities for mothers to work from home without giving up on providing care for their children and saving money. The list above is just a small sampling of the jobs that are out there, and there are many opportunities across multiple industries – whether or not you have experience in a particular field. You just need to look for them.

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