The top work from home jobs of 2014

Offering employees flexible hours and the chance to work from home can not only cut overheads by as much as £6,000-a-year, but can also improve staff morale and productivity – so it’s no wonder more and more companies are looking at reaping the benefits of telecommuting.

And it seems all sectors are getting on board the work-from-home bandwagon as a recent study from FlexJobs, a company specialising in finding remote and flexible working opportunites, has found it’s no longer just everyday office workers who are offered telecommuting opportunities.

So here are 2014’s top work from home jobs, ordered by sector – there’s certainly something for everyone…

Business

Director of International Sales
Retail and Consumer Industry Leader (food and beverage)
Senior branding/naming expert

Writing and communication

Magazine executive editor
Web search evaluator
Hyperbaric technology instructional writer

Law and government

NATO Special Operations Force Subject Matter Expert/Course Developer
Historian
Litigation Attorney

Education

Physical Education/Health Teacher – High School
Teacher Success Coordinator
Senior Literacy Assessment Specialist

Medical and health

Psychologist
Medical Director – Endocrinology
Public Health Regional Dentist Supervisor

Science and pharmaceutical

Senior Pharmacovigilance Scientist
Speech Scientist
Genetic Counselor – Biochemical Genetics

Medical and health

Psychologist
Medical Director – Endocrinology
Public Health Regional Dentist Supervisor

Executive

Chief Public Affairs Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chief of Staff

Do you work from home? If so, what’s your job title? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter.

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