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Ever wondered if remote work is for you? Working in your pajamas and answering calls from your bed might sound great in theory, but doing that every day of the week is actually just a recipe for depression and neck pain.
By the time I landed my first interview for a remote job, I already felt like an expert in Skype interviews. I'd done several throughout and after college, and I had my process down pat: go to my bedroom, find a white wall, prop my computer up so my interviewer wouldn't get any weird views of my nostrils, plug in my headphones, check my makeup and lighting in a test video call, and wait patiently for my interviewer.
14 Companies Offering Flexibility Without Skimping on Professional Development, Compensation, or Benefits
At one of my previous companies, I was part of a four person team where three of us worked from the office, and the fourth worked from home. Initially, I was envious of my work-from-home colleague. I pictured her lounging in her PJs all day, while I
literally sat next to my boss, wondering whether he'd see me (or care) if I checked Facebook.
10 Full-Time Roles You Didn't Know You Could Do Remotely!
The last time I was job hunting, several friends suggested I look for freelance writing gigs. I gave them all insane amounts of side-eye. Not because there's anything wrong with freelancing - it's just not for me. I love working on my own projects, but I also cherish working with and being challenged by a team.