Freelancer Training Site Publishes Work at Home Career Guide for Moms

The freelancing career guide for stay at home moms lists 21 jobs that can be performed from home, along with information on necessary skills to succeed and links to free online training resources.


Walnut, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/01/2014 -- Freelancing Mom's new career guide, titled "21 At Home Jobs You Can Do Today (and Where to Find Them!)" focuses on in-demand careers that stay at home moms can perform at home without having to spend money to get started.

The guide is available for free download and can be downloaded here:

"I wrote this guide as a way to introduce telecommuting to moms that may not have heard about it, or who might be worried about the numerous work from home scams that are out there," said Emmie Williams, the driving force behind the website. "It's this kind of information that lets people make an informed choice, while giving them a safe way to get started with working online."

The guide covers multiple types of jobs including:

- Writers
- Editors
- Search Engine Evaluators
- Coding/Programming
- Customer Service Agents

All of which can be done from home without having to invest in expensive equipment or certifications to get started.

In addition to the job descriptions and skills lists, the work from home career guide also provides links to free or inexpensive skills training sites for stay at home moms that are interested in learning about a new career without having to make a large up front investment.

The guide is currently available on the website via this link:

This freelancing guide is expected to be the first of several free ebooks that will be posted on the Freelancing Mom website in the coming months.

Planned topics for later freelancing guides include in-depth reviews of popular freelancing platforms and revenue share sites, tips and tricks for spotting and avoiding most common work from home scams, and ways for work at home moms to manage their finances successfully as they take on new work.

Interested stay at home moms are encouraged to download the first ebook and to sign up at the site to be informed of new freelancing publications as they become available.