Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Telecommute Positions Are On The Rise

One out of every six Americans are either out of a job or have simply stopped looking. 30% of working Americans have virtually no investments and no savings  (less then $1000). 34% of workers report they had to dip into their savings to pay for basic expenses within the past 12 months.

A 65 year old couple will need $250,000 just to pay for medical expenses over and above what could be covered by Medicare. That same couple that wants a monthly retirement income of $6,000 will need $1.5 million in savings and another $250,000 for retiree health care before they can retire. 57% of workers who have $50,000 to $250,000 in household assets plan to push back their retirement, citing health care costs as their top financial concern, which is a 36% increase since 2011.

More and more people are looking to help supplement their income. Retiring is being held off a little longer for most individuals.  The days of starting at a job and put your time in to be able to retire from that company are very few and far between.

Plan right now to do something about your future and your finances. You will reap many benefits by telecommuting from your own home office. Saving on gas is a major benefit. Save on the wear and tear of your vehicle and the travel time it takes to get back and forth. And when partnering up with an A rated company, you can save on daycare costs as well. No uniform needed and training is provided to help you reach your goals every step of the way.

If you are considering a telecommute position and are looking for a flexible schedule that can work around even the busiest lifestyle, then you need to visit:

 Cindy Ashworth is a single, work at home mom. Providing a REAL work at home business with one on one coaching and mentoring. The way it should be! Also the owner of www.asinglewahm.blogspot.com Articles written in this blog by Cindy Ashworth are the sole property of Cindy Ashworth and permission is needed for duplication