1. Cut Out The commute Time.
According to a recent survey average person in U.S. spends 51 minutes a day commuting to work. Thatís 221 hours a year, or 9.2 days. According to US Census Bureau, average commute time varies from state to state. The longest commute time are in largest cities. New York City residents take an average of 38.4 minutes to get to work each day. Unless you are lucky enough to live in Lancaster County, Nebrasa your one way commute is only 15 minutes. This ads up to a lot of time over space of a year. Working at home cuts out this major headache of that dreary commute to work everyday.
2. Spend More Time With Your Family.
With ever increased pressure in todayís work place. Parents are spending more time at work at less time with their family. This puts pressure on you, employee and more pressure on family unit. It is increasingly difficult to get Work-Life balance correct. Working at home gives you opportunity to get that balance correct so as it does not interfere with your family life.
3. Be The Boss.
How many times have you complained about your boss behind their back. This is a common occurrence with many people in full time employment. At times you can clash with your boss, and no matter what you do, your boss is never pleased. No more having to meet up to other peopleís expectations and deadlines. You set targets you want to achieve.
4. Get Rewarded For The Work You Do.