April 2, 2012 by joonmarie
As a college student, I myself have been drawn to “work at home” opportunities. Whether you are a stay at home mom, disabled, or plain ol’ lazy, telecommuting can be the job of your dreams. But what is the price of working at home? Isolation? Depression? Why work at home?
This topic is accessible to me because I don’t just know plenty of people that are currently telecommuniting, but I am currently one of them. Inspired by the TV documentary “Life 2.0”–where people’s virtual alter egos can play and their business can thrive, I want attracted to the possibility of the vast world of the World Wide Web.
Whether through email, Skype, Dropbox or Craigslist, people are searching for a way to have a fabulous job, without changing from your pajamas.
I want the documentary to be about the struggles and rewards of working from home, and how it affects the dynamic of the rest of their lives (e.g. romantic and platonic relationships, health, wealth…)
Inspired by: 7-Work-From-Home-Jobs You Might Not Know About
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