Work From Home Moms vs Working Moms
For most families the cost of living increases each year with the
dollar amount of take home cash smaller and smaller. With this causing
parents to stress and worry about how to makes ends meet. Some begin
and start to look for alternate ways to make more money. Now in 2010
we all turn to the resources of the World Wide Web. The Internet is
full of opportunities for anyone wanting to make extra money.
With money tight work from home moms are starting to turn up all over the place on a daily basis. There are many companies starting to outsource the work to working moms that want to be able to choose their own hours of work. Moms like to be able to choose, while their children are at school or after they are in bed.
Many large companies with sales and customer service use remote home-based customer service reps that help with taking customers orders or other needs. With working at home some moms do have kids and obviously the companies expect no kids around or with any distractions.
For working moms they have the stress of dealing with daycare and working all day then coming home to deal with dinner or homework. Lets not even mention the commute everyday for hours on end, depending where they live. With work at home moms they do not have to deal with the daily commute and depending on the hours of work if any daycare at all.
For some mothers their desires are different, if going outside of the home is best; or being able to work at home but to have the extra income to help with the daily bills. The USA Today reports about a Texas based company that states having 28,000 agents that work from home. They also report of being no known statistics on the number of work from home moms, but there are more then 10 million female owned businesses in the US.
So as you can see the growing rate of mothers that want to work from home vs working outside of the home is growing and with all the endless opportunities online the number will grow everyday.