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Madame_Dz
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PostSubject: Work from home - England   Work from home - England EmptyFri Jan 20, 2012 2:05 pm

Did anyone tried working from home in UK?
Does it pay off?
I know lots of you r from in England, so I was wondering if one of you had experience of working from home here.

So tired of working!!!!!!!!! and of the jorney to/from work especially in winter.....
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PostSubject: Re: Work from home - England   Work from home - England EmptyFri Jan 20, 2012 4:32 pm

Totally agree, the daily commute in London is such a drudge!

Since having children I have not been in full time employment but, I have done some freelance advisory work and tutoring- both of which were/are done from home.

When I was in employment I often worked from home for part of the week which worked out really well for me . I think it depends on the type of job you are doing and how flexible your employer is but if it is possible I'd definitely recommend it.






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PostSubject: Re: Work from home - England   Work from home - England EmptyFri Jan 20, 2012 6:10 pm

Thanks Ummishaq, London is crazy when it comes to commuting to work espiecially when workng in central London. I wish driving a car to work, but.......first, the traffics in central London, second - pay congestion charge, third - no parkig spaces where I work at all.
sometimes I am thinking to get a job from home, but I have no idea whether the ads are reliable, and the emloyers trustworthy...
i think i need to do some research about it :-)
tutoring is good idea!
I thought also about some admin or data entry, something that i can use computer while staying at home.
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