3 Great Stay-at-Home Jobs

Earn good pay and enjoy a flexible schedule by working out of your own home.

There are many benefits to working from home: There’s no commute, the hours are flexible, and you can even do your job in your pajamas. However, some jobs are better suited for a home office than others. Plus, there are plenty of work-at-home scams lurking about, so you need to be careful.

To find the best work-at-home jobs, we searched for occupations with good hourly wages and promising growth prospects. We then sought out actual companies that hire home-based workers for legitimate work-at-home positions. Here are some of the top jobs we found.

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Rebecca Dolan
Contributing Writer, Kiplinger.com
Before joining the Kiplinger team as Online Community Editor in 2013, Rebecca was associate travel editor at the Huffington Post, where she also handled the travel section's social media. She landed at AOL/HuffPost after earning an MS in journalism at Northwestern University's Medill School, with a concentration in health and science journalism. Prior to that, she covered lifestyle at Jacksonville Magazine, in Jacksonville, Fla., preceded by a stint at American Cheerleader magazine. She holds a BA from the College of William and Mary.