Celebrating Women Working From Home
It’s International Women’s Day on Tuesday 8th March 2017 and we’re celebrating!
Working remotely is suitable for people of all genders, ages and backgrounds, but it can be a particularly empowering option for women who want to work and travel, or raise a family.
ABS statistics show 81% of female small business owners work from home, and women own almost half of all home-based businesses in Australia.
The continued improvement of modern technology has made working remotely more accessible than ever before, but the market is flooded with too-good-to-be true false promises to ‘be your own boss’ and ‘make $1000 a day’.
Remote Work Hub is proud to be a female-owned Aussie start-up. Our founder, Debbie-Jo Dutton, has been working remotely for more than 10 years, allowing her to continue her career while travelling the world as the ‘trailing spouse’ of a military husband.
Frustrated by the difficulty of finding genuine work-from-home jobs online, Debbie has spent the past 18 months developing this innovative new resource to save digital jobseekers time and money.
Remote Work Hub is already connecting people with verified remote work opportunities across Australia and overseas.
Remote Work Hub lists remote jobs from all industries, from writers and accountants to customer service and sales roles.
New jobs are added daily, with our own remote team carefully screening and verifying each listing to ensure members only receive genuine job opportunities.
Remote Work Hub also provides resources to support members with their remote careers, welcomes guest bloggers, and allows employers to advertise remote jobs free.