[tabi] great webinar tonight: working at home opportunities

  • From: "Allison and Chip Orange" <acorange@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 10 Apr 2011 12:17:09 -0400

Accessible World Issues Facing persons Who Are Blind   Presents Work- At-
Home Online  Opportunities On Issues Facing Persons Who Are Blind, Sunday,
April 10, 2011




Would you like to find a job and never have to leave your home while getting
the work done? Imagine for a minute the positives! You can earn good money
without ever having to deal with transportation hassles the  noisy
environment of an office or distractions from other coworkers. Abel to
schedule your  hours around the needs of family and other obligations,
this arrangement   works well for many and is increasingly becoming a way of
life for many in big and small companies alike. 

What  opportunities are out there for you? What are the benefits and
liabilities for a person considering seriously this type of life? How does
one determine whether a work at home offer is not only legitimate but worth
all the time and effort involved? What return should you receive? Are their
work at home offers that should be avoided? Is the degree of advancement the
same when your work is done far away from an office where you are never
seen? If you love the idea of working as part of a team, is  working at home
online  a practical alternative   for you? If you have children or other
family members at home while you are working, how do you establish
boundaries and discipline yourself to get the work you have accepted done?
What types of occupations  are available and what can one reasonably expect
when considering salary or other benefits?  


Join us for a discussion on the topic of online, work-at-home
opportunities. We'll discuss useful resources for finding part-time and
full-time employment, and will discuss the negative and positive aspects of
having this kind of career.

Whether you are a novice, or have worked in this field for years,
please join us, and think about helpful resources you can pass along to
enliven this informative, interactive conversation.

To attend and share your own ideas, join us on April 10. 


Presenter: Lisa Salinger



Host: Ken metz

E-Mail: kenmetz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Date: Sunday , April 10, 2011


Time: 6:00 PM. PDT, 7:00 PM MDT, 8:00 PM CDT, 9:00 PM EDT, 

          and elsewhere in the world Monday 01:00 GMT.


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