Work From Home Newsletter: Edition 7

Work From Home Newsletter7

In the latest work from home news is the future of jobs, a new AI course, and creating a better experience for remote workers through both, technology and legislation.


Here are 4 remote work predictions for 2019:

  1. Communication will diversify and organizations will bring together multiple tools and technologies, offering them both to in-house workers and remote employees.
  2. In 2019, a number of remote working solutions will come into play even at the centralized office space.
  3. Even as AI continues to make deeper inroads into the way we work and communicate with each other,

Work From Home Newsletter: Edition 6

Artificial Intelligence AI Robot

The recent news on the future of work is rather disturbing, with many experts now warning that automation may not quite bring the benefits to workers that we were told it will.

This means, more than ever, we need to take responsibility for our future in our own hands. Don’t trust the government or the private sector to be there for you. If you’re in a low-paying, a menial or low-skill job that can easily be automated, this will affect you even more.

The Solution: Learn how to create your own economy by acquiring new skills and creating a personal brand for yourself.

Work From Anywhere Newsletter: Edition 5

Artificial Intelligence

Here’s your new Work From Anywhere Newsletter

In this edition of the Work From Anywhere Newsletter, the conversation in Davos is all about Artificial Intelligence (AI), the Future of Work, and the reskilling of millions of workers that will be required to navigate the Fourth Industrial Revolution.


Research on coworking spaces show that these shared, member-based workspaces where remote corporate workers, startup employees, freelancers, and others “work alone together” can substantially reduce the isolation and loneliness associated with remote work.

Independent workers should also consider coworking.

Work From Anywhere Newsletter: Edition 4

Working From Home

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In this edition of your Work From Anywhere Newsletter, flexible working and higher education are in the news. See online education trends, my WFA Course and 2 free events.


Increasingly, employers see that allowing remote work and empowering mobile employees is good for talent acquisition and retention, morale and productivity. Read more.

According to a Deloitte study, nearly 75 per cent of Millennials believe that a “work from home” or “work remotely” policy is important. Time to get that home office ready.

Flexible working helps more people access the labour market and stay in work,

New Course Teaches How to Achieve Better Work-Life Balance Without The Nine-To-Five

Work From Anywhere Course

For Immediate Release:

New Course Teaches How to Achieve Better Work-Life Balance Without The Nine-To-Five

11th January 2019; Pune, India: New work-from-anywhere course teaches moms, dads, remote workers and freelancers, legitimate ways to earn good money working from home.

‘Anywhere Worker’ has come to define the new generation of workers who won’t be tied to any one place, the ones who want to experience the work-from-anywhere life.

Today many people are looking for a better work-life balance. They’re tired of the commute and want to choose where they’d like to work from.

An Upwork study revealed that 73% of Gen Zers started freelancing by choice rather than out of necessity.

Work From Anywhere Newsletter: Edition 3

Work From Anywhere Course

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The gig economy is expected to cover 25-30% of the job market by 2022. Over a period of time, there will be more and more full-time gig professionals and organisations will also have 30-40% of their jobs assigned for them.

Some of the top paying gig jobs are in the blockchain, deep learning, ethical hacking, AWS and robotics where the per hour rate is $80-120.

In India, content writing, translations, creative works, recruitment, sales, digital marketing, branding, SW development, architecture, BIM, accounting, data analytics, consulting,

Gig Workers: What Problems Do They Face In Their Careers?

Gig Worker

The gig economy is defined by some as “people using apps or platforms to sell their labour,” and includes independent workers, freelancers and those who take up limited-period contracts rather than permanent jobs.

So, instead of a regular wage, workers get paid for “gigs”.

Just How Big Is The Gig Economy?

In the USA, about 16.5 million people are working in “contingent” or “alternative work arrangements,” and 2.8 million people in the UK are working in the gig economy.

In the US, the gig workforce, comprising independent contractors, temporary and contract staffers and on-call workers,

5 Websites To Find The Highest-Paying Entry-Level Remote Transcription Jobs, No Experience Required

Remote Transcription Jobs

Do you have a strong command of the English language, its syntactical and grammatical rules? Are you comfortable with understanding American English accents or speech and have a decent typing speed to boot?

If you’re looking for a work from anywhere or freelance or work-from-home job and you have these basic skills, you may be the right person to take up a remote transcription job.

Transcription involves converting audio files to text by listening to the audio and typing it out. You don’t need any special equipment, except for a working computer, usually one with Google Chrome, and a reliable internet connection.

Most of these jobs (except legal and medical transcription jobs) require basic knowledge of English.