Connections Groups

The Business Networking & Social Organization for Central Florida

Working with a Disability Blog --Working From Home – It is a suitable job!

http://myemploymentoptions.com/blog/workingwithadisabilityblog/

Working From Home – It is a suitable job!

Work at home used to mean commissioned sales. Or debt collecting. That is no longer true. The kinds of jobs that can be done from home are virtually unlimited. The key being virtually. Now that the workplace has been redefined by the computer and phone, anyone with a will and a way can get a job. How?

First, on-line training. Many of you out there can learn how to type, word process, browse the Internet and send e-mails with attachments. I know these sound basic but for someone who likes to talk on the phone and could easily input information into a database, there are thousands of jobs waiting for you! If you already know how to do these things, then all the better.

With a land-line phone and good headset, there are jobs for people who like gaming, who can provide phone support; jobs for those who like to make reservations; or for those who like to help customers shop for the holiday rush!

Getting access to these jobs is easy if you are on Social Security Disability benefits (SSDI/SSI) and want to return to work!! The Social Security Administration’s Ticket To Work program certifies Employment Networks and pays them to help beneficiaries find a job. A complete list of certified Employment Networks can be accessed at http://www.chooseworkttw.net/resource/jsp/searchByState.jsp.

In a nutshell, the program, called Ticket To Work, let’s you keep your benefits and try out working again. You assign your personal ‘Ticket’ to to an Employment Network and they help you find a suitable job.

Working at home can be a suitable job. Think about it. Beyond all the financial rewards of not commuting, many people on Social Security Disability stay at home and that isn’t as easy as it sounds. Having a lot of time on one’s hand, not a clear sense of purpose, and not enough money coming in from cash benefits – can be disheartening.

Working at home solves all that. You go into the room, you shut the door and you are at work for your shift. When you leave it, your home. You have made money and you feel good about having worked and look forward to the next paycheck. If you are worried about computer requirements, don’t be. Upgrades, if necessary, rarely cost more than a $100.

If you have the desire to work and currently receive disability benefits (SSDI or SSI) and are between the ages of 18-64, now is the perfect time to cash in your Ticket and try working in some industry from home. You can work for cable companies, hotels, service businesses, national merchants and even jobs with the government! Employment Networks with good employer relationships have access to these jobs!

Work at home jobs have come a long way from commission sales. It is “the behind the scenes” work that is desperately needed during the holiday season. Companies are hiring now. Don’t delay and miss this window of opportunity!

Let’s get a dialogue going!

Remember, the more we share, the more we empower each other!

Lori Adler
Disabled Ticket to Work Participant
Employment Options Public Relations
ladler@myemploymentoptions.com
www.MyEmploymentOptions.com

Views: 6

Comment

You need to be a member of Connections Groups to add comments!

Join Connections Groups

Check it out...

Sponsors:

Do you write?
Take photos?
Dine out?
CONTRIBUTORS

WANTED!


Click to "Refer & EARN!"
$400-$1000

referral commissions
"This has created a referral BRUSH FIRE for my business."
...Scott Sheaffer,
Mortgage Broker
407-443-0348
for more info.  

Be a Sponsor!

 

Would you like to...
** Have YOUR banner ad here on the MAIN Page?
** Get featured in the email newsletter to ALL 10,000+ Connections members?
** Be on the "Featured Members" leaderboard OR have your EVENT featured?
>> CLICK HERE for info

 

Shop Nest Bedding® Now!

© 2019   Created by Sue Copening.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service