Published Jun 30, 2004
Does anyone know of any RN jobs that can be done from home? I've heard of something like this but I have no idea if it is true or not!
I've heard of home-based case management and telephone advice jobs.
I've been doing telephone triage from home for the last year. It's awesome overall. I woke up late the other day, had 10 minutes before my shift started. It was no problem: fed the dog, pulled on some shorts and a t-shirt, made coffee and I was on time and ready to go.
There are some downsides, the pay is less, the hours can be weird.
How do you come to find those kind of jobs? And do they have benefits? Lower pay w/ benes would be acceptable to be able to be home!
Movealong, that sounds like an idea way to start a day of work.
I've seen those jobs in my local newspaper.
I posted alot about my position over in telephone triage section section.
I had been doing telephone triage from an office for 5 years before I heard about this job through a friend. But I suppose you could google online to look for more companies that do this. And there are some online triage magazines and they post job opneings...
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