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Information About Telecommuting (Working from Home)
Telecommuting is remote work. Other terms associated with telecommuting are: teleworking; flexible working; and, virtual worker. In such employment, Information Communication Technologies are used by the worker to gain access to, perform tasks, and manage designated responsibilities from a remote location. Telecommuter jobs are available for all levels of experience, from beginners to seasoned professionals.
There are a number of factors that point to the continuing expansion of the telecommuting industry
1. The economic downturn and the cost benefits that telecommuting can offer, such as: increases in productivity; decreases in real estate costs; reduction in absenteeism; reduction on relocation expenses; and, cost savings due to sourcing independent contractor labor arrangements.
2. Technological advances in electronic monitoring will continue to overcome the two most significant barriers to adoption of telecommuting: remote monitoring and security risks.
3. The increase in fuel prices in the United States and across the globe, has made telecommuting more attractive to more employees.
• About half of all businesses are home-based (16 million)
• In 2008, nearly nine out of 10 (87 percent) said they telecommuted from home, up from roughly three out of four in 2006. Five million employees work from home most of the time, another seven million do so at least once a month.
• 40% of U.S. employees hold jobs that that could be done at home (50 million).
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