We would be remiss if we didn’t include some of these excellent work-from-home resources! Whether you’re looking for remote career opportunities or just want to read up on the latest career tips, we highly recommend checking out the sources below. This page will be updated now and then, so be sure to check back periodically.
Alison Doyle, contributor to About.com always has the latest up-to-date information with regards to careers. She has a lot of great articles regarding telecommuting and working from home.
Jacob Morgan is best-selling author, futurist, and leading keynote speaker on the future of work. Jacob is a regular contributor to Forbes, and has a wealth of information on his site, including podcasts, books, and more.
Forbes always seems to have great articles pertaining to career trends. In their article regarding the top 10 best paying work-at-home jobs, Forbes magazine ranks physicians and radiologists as #1. Surprised? A lot of people in the health care sector are telecommuting nowadays. Get used to it!
Part content curation tool, part social media, Scoop.it allows users to create boards of curated content. There are many topics surrounding telecommuting and remote work. Because of Scoop’s huge community, topics are regularly updated.
The Huffington Post has a section dedicated to working from home. “HuffPo” is one of the most popular political sites out there, and is hugely popular amongst the liberal media.
Global Workplace Analytics
Global Workplace Analytics has a plethora of statistics surrounding telecommuting, as well as many white papers and videos. Thinking about converting your company to becoming virtual? They offer consulting services as well.
Google alerts is a great feature that allows users to set up various notifications, based on new content they find on the web. Have these alerts sent to your inbox ‘as it happens,’ daily, or weekly.
TelecommutingMommies – offers information on a wide variety of legitimate telecommuting jobs as well as sharing freebies and ways to save money at home in order to help you make ends meet as a Stay-at-Home Mom.
The Economist has a good number of blog articles regarding flexible and remote work.
Business Insider has a nice article regarding The 20 Highest-Paying Jobs You Can Do From Home.
Mashable.com has a category dedicated to telecommuting jobs. Mashable is a British-American news website, technology and social media blog.
Though Wikipedia can be mind-boggling to sift through at times, they do have a great deal of information regarding the benefits of telecommuting (environmental, employee retention, productivity), as well as some of the potential setbacks.