Ok, while they’re not specifying work at home jobs for moms, over the past several months, I’ve read several articles suggesting that the U.S. government is largely in favor of telecommuting jobs. Seems there is real concern about natural disasters shutting certain government agencies down when people need them the most. Allowing employees to work from home, however, goes a long way in solving such problems. In cases of severe snowstorms, flooding and other incidents, which make it impossible for employees to commute to work, allowing for work at home setups makes perfect sense.
Not to mention that working from home saves on energy costs. As Representative Gerald E. Connoly puts it
Now, if we could get 20 percent of all Americans to telework one day a week, we could reduce our dependence on Persian Gulf oil imports by up to 48 percent. But we have to move one step at a time.
Read the rest of the article and discover for yourself just how open the U.S. government is to work at home jobs:
Lawmaker Touts Telework as a Win-Win Situation
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