Friday, July 20, 2007

Shedworking myths

If you're a shedworker or indeed any kind of homeworker, you'll be pretty tired of hearing the same old clichés coming out all the time. Web Worker Daily has a nice concise rebuttal of the usual suspects (working naked, not really working, spending more time with kids, being lonely) here. It's well worth taking a look. My favourite is this:
"5. You must be involved in some kind of bleeding edge technology work to be able to work from home. In reality, home-based workers are doing all kinds of old fashioned jobs (writing, radiology) as well as the more groovy Web 2.0-type stuff. There’s no telling what kind of job you might could do remotely, if you put your mind to figuring out how it can be done."

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