Coworking Telecommuters

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Coworking Telecommuters May 26, 2008 · 11 comments It sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it. Telecommuters, by definition, don’t really have coworkers in the traditional sense of the word. They meet once a month in a local watering hole that by night serves as a local sports bar but once a month serves as a telecommuter’s haven. I gotta say, I love the picture of Telecommuting 1.0.

Share Your Passion – Be an About.com Guide

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Current open cities include Baltimore, Oakland, Raleigh-Durham, Cincinnati and a handful of others. Melanie is a seasoned telecommuter, IT professional, and overall gadget geek whose work responsibilities and personal interests prod her to find and share the best ways to use new technologies for mobile work. bookmark or share this post More » Copyright © 2011 Telecommuting Journal. Finding Jobs Telecommuting Gigs

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Cities With the Easiest Commutes

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Especially now, when we’re getting so used to flying, telecommuting and even hearing about self-driving cars , a long commute just seems so unnecessary. Raleigh, NC. Raleigh’s dirt-cheap insurance comes in at about $828 each year, which is less than $70 per month. Raleigh households make an average of more than $60,000 and is the happiest city on our list, coming in at a joyful No. The post Cities With the Easiest Commutes appeared first on Ms. Career Girl.

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