The Top 10 Work from Home Jobs [2020 Guide]

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The Top 10 Work from Home Jobs [2020 Guide]

Work from home jobs allow you to earn an income, by working from the comfort of your own home.

Sounds like a dream, right?

However, with one-third of Australians now working from home, it is becoming an increasingly popular trend. For this reason, more employers are starting to provide the option to work from home. This is because flexibility has overtaken pay, being the top factor that job seekers look for when job searching!

However, sometimes it can be hard to find jobs to work from home when you aren’t sure of where to start! To help you find your ultimate at-home career, we have chosen the best work from home jobs in Australia below.

Who works from home?

In a recent study, it was found most of the population working from home are female. Not to mention, majority of women who work from home are between the ages of 23 to 45, which is likely to be the period of raising families.

Age profile: persons working from home

As we know, 1 in 3 Australians now work regularly from home. This seems to be a growing trend as technology improves and more businesses become open to employees working remotely.

People that work from home

What are the top 10 jobs to Work from Home?

We have listed the top 10 jobs from ten-to-one below, to help you find a suitable work-from-home career path!

How can I start a Work From Home Job?

Here at TalentMed, we know one of the most rewarding work from home jobs is a medical transcriptionist! A career in medical transcription provides you with the opportunity to work from home and choose your own hours.

As Medical Transcriptionists work unsupervised from home, most employers will require you to have a nationally recognised qualification. TalentMed’s Diploma of Healthcare Documentation will get you qualified as a professional medical transcriptionist and also includes extensive job placement assistance upon course completion.

For more information on becoming a medical transcriptionist, check out our Ultimate Guide to a career in Medical Transcription or Diploma of Healthcare Documentation. In addition, you can also request a free information pack below!

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About the Author:

Sarah-Louise Slade
Sarah-Louise is a Career Adviser with over 5 years experience in Vocational Education and Training. Having completed a Bachelor of Business majoring in Human Resource Management, Sarah-Louise understands the importance of having a quality education. Feel free to comment and ask questions below.

2 Comments

  1. Prue W 30/10/2019 at 12:18 PM - Reply

    Thank you for the article. Is there much work available for Medical Transcription?

    • TalentMed
      TalentMed 30/10/2019 at 12:21 PM

      Hi Prue, thank you for your comment.

      Yes, there is currently a high demand for Medical Transcription services in Australia. Fortunately, TalentMed includes extensive job placement assistance upon course completion and has a 97.1% success rate in placing graduates into working positions.

      For more information, please request a Course Information pack above or call 1300 737 781. Thanks Prue!

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