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by Latisha Porter (follow)
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Telecommute careers are those jobs that people can do from anywhere with a computer and internet access. Some companies have a telecommute policy allowing their employees to telecommute from home. However, with telecommuting jobs, there are several pros and cons to consider. While it’s not easy for everyone, there are many people who successfully telecommute every day.



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PROS for Telecommuting:

Work from Anywhere – As long as a computer and internet connection are available, telecommuting jobs can be done from anywhere. Email communication allows people to work when it is most convenient for them.

Environmentally Friendly – With telecommutes, there’s no reason to get in a car and drive to work. With less vehicles on the road, there’s less emissions to deal with. Also, you save money that you would have spent on fuel and vehicle maintenance.

Control of Schedule – Most telecommuters have the ability to set their own work schedule as long as the deadlines are met. Keep in mind, that many telecommuters are freelancers working for themselves, but some of them are employees working for a company with a telecommute policy.

CONS for Telecommuting:

Heavily Reliant on Technology – Since telecommuting requires a computer with an internet connection, if something happens to the computer or the connection, always backup all files on a flash drive and be prepared to make the necessary adjustments in order to get your work done. For example, use another computer, go to a coffee shop or to the local library to work.

Alienation – Telecommuters are alienated from coworkers, as they generally work alone, and communicate most of the time through instant message and email. Unfortunately, there is a lot less time for face-to-face interaction, and eventually this can become a problem for many telecommuters.

Communication Difficulties – Without the ability to speak face-to-face, it can be hard to communicate a specific work-related message to a client. A simple misunderstanding via email could present a problem with the client.

Telecommuting may be a good option for people who can work on their own without supervision. Also, it may be an option to telecommute a small portion of the work week, rotating shifts with all those interested in the telecommute. For those who are interested in telecommuting while working for themselves, there are several freelancing opportunities available online.

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