People Working from Home Will Solve Many More Human Service Problem That It Will Create

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PEOPLE WORKING FROM HOME WILL SOLVE MANY MORE HUMAN SERVICE PROBLEM THAT IT WILL CREATE PEOPLE WORKING FROM HOME WILL SOLVE MANY MORE HUMAN SERVICE PROBLEM THAT IT WILL CREATE

INTRODUCTION
Working from home is becoming an increasingly common career choice for many of us. The possibilities for working from home are endless. Home-based workers now span a wide spectrum of occupations, Thanks to internet. there are thousands of works at home opportunities available nowadays. These opportunities help stay at home parents, students etc. Anyone can do a home based job irrespective of their age, qualification and skills. There are a number of benefits that come with working from home that will solve many more human service problems. WORK AT HOME OPPORTUNITIES

Factors resulting in the increasing popularity of working at home: i) A greater number of jobs requiring computer use
ii) More willingness by some employers to allow working at home in public sector
iii) Increasing public awareness about work-life balance
Based on component of statistics Canada Catalogue Canadian Social Trends, said that, i) The numbers of employees working at home in 2008 was 1.7 million compared with 1.4million in 2000. ii) In 2008, 11.2% of employees worked at home, 1% more that in 2000. iii) For self-employed workers, their participation rate climbed from 54% to 60% (2006 and 2008).

iv) More than 1 in 5 university-graduate employees work at home. Research has shown, more highly educated employees who often hold jobs involving greater independence, found it easier turn others to get permission from their employees to work at home. WHY WORK AT HOME

- The most common reason for working at home, 25% said that it was a job requirement or they had no choice, 23% said it provide better working condition, 18% said that home was their usual place of work and 25% of female self-employed workers with children aged 12 and under at home said they were...
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