After working remotely in education technology for 11 years, I decided it was time for a change. It's officially been three months since I quit my full-time job. The time since I quit has been filled with highs and lows: some days seem to affirm my decision, and others I feel myself second guessing the call I made.
10 Full-Time Roles You Didn't Know You Could Do Remotely!
Work-from-home jobs sometimes get a bad reputation: low pay, repetitive work, micromanagement... the list goes on. If that's all working from home was, you can bet I wouldn't do it. But remote work has come a long way, and the opportunities to work from home in 2020 are more promising than ever before.
You work remotely and you need your software to support that. You've already got Slack and Zoom for communication, Asana and Trello for project management, Toggl and Monday for time management, Google Docs and Dropbox for file sharing...
How New Technology Will Shape the Future of (Remote) Work
It's pretty clear that the work-from-home movement is here to stay: globally, 70% of professionals work remotely at least some of the time and, according to a recent study, 30% of U.S. workers work remotely full time!