There are many reasons a person might want to work from home; a little extra money, a disability makes it difficult or impossible to work outside the home, you’re a stay-at-home parent to small children, you’re agoraphobic, or perhaps you don’t drive and live in an area with no public transit.
The steady rise of Americans working from home continues. According to recently released data from the US Census, 5.2% of workers in the US worked at home in 2017—or 8 million people. That share is up from 5% in 2016, and 3.3% in 2000.
Of those 8 million, some have remote jobs meaning their company allows them to work from home rather than work in an office. More and more employers are embracing the idea of remote work because it’s been shown to greatly increase an employee’s productivity and decrease attrition.
And some of those 8 million people who work from home have sought out the flexible work opportunities the internet has made possible through things like affiliate marketing.
There are a lot of significant advantages to working at home jobs, and there are tons of home opportunities out there. But not all work from home jobs you see during your job search are above board. If you want to work from your couch, these are legitimate work from home jobs.
In this video, I am going to show you how you can work from home leveraging Walmart. You will be surprised at what you can do!