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Are you a stay-at-home mom? Or an office worker tired of the 9-5 routine? Crawling to your car in the early morning and suffering through traffic, and then doing the same trip in rush hour on the way home? Maybe you’ve thought of working from home or remotely while traveling the world. Would you make enough money? Would you miss your fellow workers? Would you miss your critical, back stabbing boss? Many people work at home these days. Perhaps you have a job that allows you to work at least part-time from your home office. If you work exclusively online, this could be an option. You may want to start your own business, and let it grow. When you are making enough money, you can quit your job or go part-time. Working at home jobs (or remotely - while traveling) can be found in many industries. Here are examples of the most popular and are worth looking into: Customer service representative: Many companies hire customer service agents in the United States. You speak to these people every time you need to call your credit card company or have a question about your streaming service. Many of these people work from home or remotely. Advertiser - You can advertise for clients or for your own online business. Many young people enjoy the freedom of traveling while working remotely, by advertising on platforms such as Facebook, Google Adwords, Taboola and Instagram. Insurance agent - since most of the work can be done on the phone, internet, or through email, many insurance companies hire agents who work from home or remotely. Data entry clerk, bookkeeper or secretary - many companies, offices and individuals need help daily for tasks that can be done on your computer and emailed to your employer. Large companies in the U.S. are offering stay-at-home moms and other qualified people opportunities to avoid the office routine. Medical transcriptionist, medical biller or secretary - if you have experience in this field, or are willing to get the training to become a medical biller, you can build a lucrative business from your home office. Contact doctors’ offices, hospital and clinics in your area to see what their needs are. Opportunities are plentiful. Check your local listings or online sources such as Indeed.com, ziprecruiter.com, linkedin.com, Glassdoor.com, careerbuilder.com, and many others.