Though all fairly simple, these tips for finding a work-from-home job actually take more time an effort than one might think. So heed #3 and be patient while you look for a job.
1. Know yourself.
In all honesty, working at home isn't for everyone. In theory it sounds great but you really have to be able to handle distractions
while keeping a lot of balls in the air. Some people thrive on that kind of working environment but others don't. Know how your work best before you start.
2. Communicate effectively.
In the virtual job hunt, you must present yourself in the best light in a written context. And your email, resume or application probably only has a microsecond of human attention at that--if it even gets through the online screening process. So, don't sabotage your chances with careless mistakes.
3. Be patient.
It can take a long time to find a job at all, but when you've narrowed your search criteria to only work-from-home jobs, it's going to take even longer. The key is to keep at it on a regular basis. Don't be sporadic be systematic.
4. Adjust course when necessary.
If you're working hard at finding a work-from-home jobs, but nothing is happening, it may be time to take a step back and assess your efforts. Maybe you are not communicating as well as you could be. Maybe you are applying to the wrong jobs. Maybe you are not actually spending as much time on it as you need to. Read this article and see if any of its points apply to you: Why Can't I Find a Job?