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#1 terri01

Posted 02 March 2016 - 08:41 AM

Does anyone work for a company doing typing at home. I have quite a lot of experience in administration (especially legal). I just wasnt sure where to start looking.

We might be moving to Newcastle and I thought perhaps this might suit as I could work from home, still be there to pick up the kids from school but still bring in some money.

I currently work part time but my work place is very flexible. I do school hours and we are very close to the school and my bosses dont mind if something is on at the school or if one of the kids are sick etc. If I need to ever work back I am able to take the kids to work with me if I cant get someone to pick them up. I just cant imagine ever finding a work place like this again (I will miss it). If we move I will have no one to help with the kids and I want to be able to drop them and pick them up and be there during school holidays. I thought working from home might suit well for us.

I dont think I would have trouble finding a job as I have 20+ years experience and in the legal field employers are always happy with that. I just need something flexible, you never know I might get lucky and find something, even if I could work from home just until I found something that suited.

#2 Tokra

Posted 21 March 2016 - 11:57 AM

Hey there, have a look at A Clayton's Secretary.

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