8 Work From Home Jobs - page 2

In my career advice column, Ask Nurse Beth, I am asked so often about job opportunities away from the bedside, and just as often how to work from home. Why do nurses quit the bedside? There are... Read More

  1. by   zoomonkey
    I'm currently living in Hawaii and I would LOVE to work from home. That is actually my dream. How would one go about and start looking for jobs like these?Thank you!
  2. by   3ringnursing
    Don't forget telephone triage. Best. Job. Ever. Wearing jammies while doing it - at home.
  3. by   as62923
    This is awesome....currently have my MSN and have contemplated going back for my NP but didn't really know what I would do with it since I don't want to be bedside. Would love to know more! Is this similar to CVS minute clinic system just from home?
  4. by   Rocknurse
    I'm working from home today actually. I work in informatics and I work from home once a week. The rest of the time I go into the office. That works perfectly for me as I get the best of both worlds and it splits the week up for me. I work in a really nice office so I like going to there too. Plus, if it snows I get to work from home too so I don't have to worry about blizzards or hurricanes.
  5. by   as62923
    That's great! I worked with someone who was going on to do informatics...I could definitely see myself doing that one day!
  6. by   SavingGrace007
    Do you have to be an RN to do this job? I'm a PCT/MA who has worked for 10+ years in the medical field plus 6 years in a hospital. I'm trying to get out of the hospital! It's literally killing me. ☹️
  7. by   ritu1234
    Hey There,
    I am very happy to see the post of informatics nurse. I am almost done with my MSN in informatics but have no idea what kind of job I would like to do. I really can go for partial home and partial office job. What kind of work do you do as a informatics nurse? Thank you
  8. by   Emmasmom03
    I work from home as well. No worries about being late as I have to punch in and have to be on to take calls during my hours. I love it. I don't have to get dressed, but I usually do unless I am working overtime for a couple of hours. We have chats with other nurses during our shifts so we are not completely isolated.
  9. by   Brenda F. Johnson
    Thank you for the information! I am looking for something to part time for extra money, and maybe transition into full time once I get "of age" to retire. Thank you