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Looking for jobs you can do from home used to be like scanning the classified ads section for offers to get rich by stuffing envelopes. Today, exposure to at-home employment has greatly expanded, and endless options of at-home jobs are just a click away. If you want more flex in your work life—matched with good pay, here are some at-home jobs to consider applying for.


  1. Bilingual Technical Advisor

These professionals provide direction and technical advice to clients over the phone to help keep the business running. Depending on a company’s clientele needs, technical advisor positions are available for day, evening, or graveyard shifts, making this job flexible for individuals with excellent tech knowledge and customer service skill.

  1. How-To-Video Maker

Are you fund of DIY projects, or cooking, or even creating gorgeous makeup looks? Why not film it and turn it into profit? As simple as signing up for a free account in Youtube, you can share your knowledge while gaining profit in return. Film and upload videos of you demonstrating how you work your magic. Once the video is uploaded enrol to Youtube’s partner program. The site will then place attach ads in or near your videos, and you’ll be paid from the ads themselves.


  1. Telephone Nurse

This profession may be uncommon, but housewives with nursing degree can earn significantly through this job. Health insurers and other health management institutions hire remote nurses to do duties like treatment authorization, patient education, and case management.

  1. Search Engine Evaluator

Companies like Yahoo! And Google provide information for you to search for, and you report to them how closely their provided results match what you’re searching for. If you’re Chinese, for instance, you might be asked to search how an average Chinese might do a search in English. Work hours vary between 10 to 25 hours per week.

Working from home can be the most convenient way of earning. If you dislike the idea of having to drive to a workplace every single day or you have little kids to attend to, there’s no better way to do it than getting an at-home job. All you need is a computer and a reliable Internet connection, some basic interpersonal skills and a positive attitude.


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  • When was the last time you checked and updated your curriculum vitae? If it has been more than a year already, then you ought to check on it and make some necessary changes from the last time you edited it. Has it been three years since you switched companies? What computer programs and skills have you mastered in those years other than Microsoft Office? While you’re at the momentum of updating your CV, here are other changes that are worth applying in your résumé as well.

    Curriculum vitae written on typewriter

    1. Opt for Readable Fonts. Understand that most prospective employers don’t have the time to thoroughly read résumés, so if yours is quite hard to read then don’t expect to be called back. When creating or updating your CV, it’s also important to consider the right font to use other than your résumé’s content alone. Opt for clear and readable fonts like Arial, Calibri, Helvetica and Times New Roman in creating your résumé.
    1. Ditch the Useless Headings. A good way to improve your résumé is to maximize every space on it. So if you won’t be writing down a relevant career objective or your actual references, then use the extra spaces to write about your new skills and accomplishments. This way, you get to include important and new details from your last job in your CV.

    Curriculum Vitae

    1. Place “Experience” Section above “Education”. Unless you’re a fresh graduate, it would be more logical to place your work experience first. This way, you’d be able to catch the eye of your prospective employer right from the get-go.
    1. List Your Accomplishments. These days, writing down your job description is no longer enough to convince your prospective employer to hire you. If you want to stand out from your fellow applicants, clearly state all the accomplishments you made from your last company. Be it making their operations system more efficient, or increasing their sales by 50 percent.
    1. Use Action Words. Another way to improve your résumé is by ditching the passive tenses and start using action verbs. For instance, instead of just saying “was in charge of the design for Project DEF,” you can write down “designed so-and-so for Project DEF.”

    Other than preparing yourself for an interview, it’s also important that you make your résumé as appealing as possible to your prospective employers as it serves as your ticket for getting the job that you want. So start updating your CV now and turn it into one killer résumé that will help you land your dream job.


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  • Orthodontist Salary

    In Singapore, there are a lot of people who are taking care of their dentition. As a matter of fact, they are regularly going to a dental clinic to have some dental check-up. A dental examination is also one method of taking care of the teeth. Every six months, there is really a need for a person to see an orthodontist.


    On the other hand, whether you like it or not, orthodontist is one of the highest paying jobs in the world. This is because they are like doctors who will need to obtain long years of education in order to get the license or the certification they long wanted. In fact, they spend more or less 12 years of education to give full service to their patients.

    The average salary of an orthodontist depends on the company size, years of experience, location and most especially, level of education. As reported, the annual wage of a dental specialist is between $180,000 to $250,000 or in hourly basis, $40 per hour. As a matter of fact, their yearly pay is higher than company managers and CEO’s but it differs in every nation.


    Aside from their earnings, these tooth doctors also have several benefits which include healthcare, social security contributions, pension and bonuses. Most of the time, orthodontists tend to work forty-hours per week. However, there are rare instances that they need to work overtime especially when there is an emergency. On the other hand, teeth experts who owns a dental clinic can work any time they like.


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