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Lata asked

Thanks for responding. I will update my resume and send it to your email-id. Please help me if you can. Thanks once again.
27 Apr 2017, 06:47pm
Great. I'll try my best to help you out. Looking forward to your resume, Lata :)
27 Apr 2017, 06:55pm View Less
Great. I'll try my best to help you out. Looking forward to your resume, Lata :)

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Lata asked

Thanks for your encouraging words.
27 Apr 2017, 12:21pm
Thanks for your response, Lata - you won't believe it but you're the first one to do so. Everyone asks a question but no one cares to respond after I reply :( And because you bothered to go this extra distance, I know you will do just fine. Send me your resume and I will help you. My email is agd at anksimage dot com (I don't want to be spammed so typing out my email like this) - look forward to your resume. Thanks!
27 Apr 2017, 12:28pm View Less
Thanks for your response, Lata - you won't believe it but you're the first one to do so. E

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Lata asked

Hi, \nI worked s Sr.Mgr(MIS) in a PSU. I resigned from job owing to personal reasons. During this time i learn JAVA/J2EE from NIIT and developed a web application as part of the project work. Presently i am i'm undergoing online Hadoop Big Data training. I have 8 year old kid studying in class iV. I am unable to decide what kind of career (part time/ work from home/ full time) should i take? i think all my talent is wasted. Whenever i want to apply for some they ask for current experience in that particular field. Please guide me as i am very much confused.\nLata\n
26 Apr 2017, 01:11pm
Hi Lata, don't be disheartened. I understand your situation. You just have to be patient and keep trying. Why don't you start applying to Java and Hadoop work-from-home jobs right here in Sheroes? I am not sure about the Indian freelancing sites, but I have seen Hadoop work-from-home positions in Freelancer, Upwork, etc. freelancing websites - so have a look and apply to the relevant positions. Once you start from somewhere, you will get a better idea if you want to work part time, or full time. Work from home is also either part time - 10-20 hours a week - or full time - 30-40 hours a week. I'm a full time work from home entrepreneur and sometimes my work hours go beyond 40 hours a week. It all depends on how much work you are picking up. I know you are talented, given the background you've shared with me. Just don't lose hope and never stop trying. Drop me a line whenever you need any words of encouragement. Good luck :)
26 Apr 2017, 04:29pm View Less
Hi Lata, don't be disheartened. I understand your situation. You just have to be patient and ke

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devika asked

Hello ma'am....M all set to come out of the comfort zone but the problem with the place I am posted to is that I don't have many job options.\nI am a workaholic and sitting at home is driving me crazy, searched tons of work from home options but nothing seems to be working. The people around me are all into teaching and I don't want to do that.Can you suggest me something?.\nThought of setting up a business but since my husband is in defence we keep expecting postings.\nLooking forward for some help!
24 Apr 2017, 12:20am
Hi Devika, great to know you are ready to take the plunge. You've mentioned in your question that you have looked at many job options but you haven't mentioned where you would like to work, what field are you interested in. So first tackle that issue. I work from home but I am not into teaching. Basically I started with programming, then content writing, and together that evolved into what I am today. Still a work in progress, but I can help you, I am sure, if I know what field you are interested in. Look forward to your response. Thanks!
24 Apr 2017, 06:36pm View Less
Hi Devika, great to know you are ready to take the plunge. You've mentioned in your question th

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Durgs asked

Mam in google search I don't find any genuine data entry jobs so that's why I'm searching here mam
22 Apr 2017, 07:53pm
Google Search takes time. You have spend time figuring out which ones to apply, and which to ignore. That will take time. Sorry to say this but if you can't find any suitable relevant jobs in Sheroes, then Google Search is the only other way. I'm not familiar with data entry jobs, but I am well acquainted with the job search process. Take some time out every day from your schedule to shortlist the jobs where you want to apply after browsing through the results you get on Google search. That's pretty much what I do, and though it is quite time consuming, it does yield results. So please go ahead.
22 Apr 2017, 08:01pm View Less
Google Search takes time. You have spend time figuring out which ones to apply, and which to ignore.

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Durgs asked

I think I'm good in typing data so work from home I think that job only available for me bcoz I don't have degree to to get job as I required
22 Apr 2017, 07:44pm
Ok cool. Then look for data entry jobs. You should be able to find work-from-home positions for data entry right here in Sheroes as well as other freelancing sites. Just do a Google search on "data entry jobs work from home" and apply to the relevant positions. Make sure your resume highlights your typing skills. Follow up where you apply. Be polite in your communication, and you should land the job you want soon. Also, you can apply for multiple data entry jobs as per your time management. What do you think? Sounds like a plan? Good luck :)
22 Apr 2017, 07:50pm View Less
Ok cool. Then look for data entry jobs. You should be able to find work-from-home positions for data

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Durgs asked

Thank you Ms.ankita for answering I have two kids and I want to do job as well as home base bcoz I want to succeed in my career thats not that much easy if I do one job so thats y I choosen this way
22 Apr 2017, 06:25pm
Hi Durga, I understand your position. I've been through that myself, sometimes still do. Unfortunately where I live, having a job is not much of an option, so I am required to concentrate more on the work-from-home job I've conjured up somehow. If you can elaborate on what type of job you would like to get into, I can help you much better. Thanks!
22 Apr 2017, 07:27pm View Less
Hi Durga, I understand your position. I've been through that myself, sometimes still do. Unfort

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Durgs asked

Hi this is durga I want to work from home but how much I will success in this field is there any growth by selecting this offer
21 Apr 2017, 08:25am
Hi Durga, sorry for the late response. I think there is some confusion here - work from home is not a job in itself, it's a way of working. Some people go to an office, some work from home, while others strike a balance between office days and work-from-home days at their jobs. Your success depends on what you choose to do and how well you can do it. There are many jobs available in the work-from-home category right here in Sheroes, or you can sign up on freelancing websites for relevant topics like content writing, programming, virtual assistant, and so on to get started. Do keep in mind working from home is not easy - it has a whole different set of cons, so please make sure you will be able to work. And whatever line of work you choose, choose what you are passionate about. If you love doing your job, success will come automatically as you grow better at it. For more questions, drop me a line again. Good luck :)
22 Apr 2017, 06:18pm View Less
Hi Durga, sorry for the late response. I think there is some confusion here - work from home is not

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Bindu Jayachandran asked

Mam I want to work from home as typist halftime job, could u pls help me with this
17 Apr 2017, 06:10pm
Hi Bindu, sorry about the delayed response - just got too caught up with family and work. Anyway, to answer your question, I would suggest you to browse the net to look for typist work-from-home positions. Try Sheroes, do a Google Search for "Typist work from home jobs" and so on to figure out what the requirements are and what you can do. I'm not familiar with this line of work, so I don't have any direct references I can share with you. But I am sure you will find something online to get started. Once you get into any relevant job, you will get to know the right companies to target to broaden your horizons. Message me if you need more help. Thanks!
19 Apr 2017, 12:46pm View Less
Hi Bindu, sorry about the delayed response - just got too caught up with family and work. Anyway, to

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Poony asked

Hi ankita,i amm poonam.i was working before recently got married ,it's been two months only ,so i want to work from home .i am mba in marketing n finance ,pls suggest how do i start ,thanx
05 Apr 2017, 02:47pm
Hi Poonam, congratulations on your wedding! It's been 2 months only into marriage, so are you ready to get into working from home? Do you think you will be able to set aside at least 20-30 hours of work time every week? Working from home also means you won't have time for household chores, cooking, shopping, entertaining guests during work hours, and the list can go on. I'm not trying to scare you, I'm just giving you a reality check. Working from home is not easy. In fact, it has too many distractions as compared to working in a traditional workplace setup. So review your options carefully. Now if you're really sure about this, you can start by defining the field of your work. Where do you want to work in? Look here in Sheroes and outside online on the kind of WFH jobs available - what are the requirements?\n what is the pay? are you equipped to take on any of the available positions? Answer these questions, and then start applying to relevant jobs here on Sheroes, or you can Google and apply for relevant WFH jobs outside of Sheroes. This was the process to get started. But do remember that like in any other job search, you need patience here as well. And persistence too. Once you apply and have any contact information for that particular job, be sure to follow-up if you don't hear from them. If you are selected, then well and good, if not, do insist to know why you were not the chosen one. Eventually you will find the job where you will be the chosen one. Good luck :)
06 Apr 2017, 11:06am View Less
Hi Poonam, congratulations on your wedding! It's been 2 months only into marriage, so are you r

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Megha asked

Hi Ankita... I am a married woman with a 5yr. daughter and having almost 7+ yrs. Of experience in IT Recruitment.\\nI took break in between & thereafter associated with an organization wherein Im into a work from home full-time job. Now I am looking for any good Fulltime Opportunity in Recruitment with an MNC.\\nIf you have any reference Plz help.me out with the same. \\nThank U\\nMegha
05 Apr 2017, 12:31am
Hi Megha, thanks for connecting with me on Sheroes. Now that you're ready to work outside of home, why don't you start with your connections in LinkedIn to find a suitable job? If you're not in LinkedIn, join right away, and set up a good network of connections. With 7 years of experience, I'm sure you would be able to build up your network soon. And in the meantime while you're establishing yourself in LinkedIn, apply to corporate jobs through Sheroes too. I'm sure you will find relevant jobs here as well. I myself don't have any reference for you, sorry. I just have advice on how to get a job, be it in-office, work-from-home, or a mix. Drop me a line, if you have additional questions. Thanks! Ankitaa
05 Apr 2017, 01:19pm View Less
Hi Megha, thanks for connecting with me on Sheroes. Now that you're ready to work outside of ho

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Sushma asked

Mam could you please help me with some queries. 1- what do you exactly do under work from home\n2- is any particular qualification required for this\n3- I have done M.Sc. Microbiology and have basic knowledge of computer and internet. Is there any suitable job for me that can be done from home?
03 Apr 2017, 05:51pm
Hi Sushma, thanks for connecting with me. Here are my answers to your queries - (1) I am a Digital Marketing Strategist, which means I'm working in Website Design, Website Development, Social Media Management, Social Media Optimisation, Search Engine Optimisation, Content Writing and Content Development. Some projects require all these modules, while some projects need one or two. Basically I promise the client to give her more online visibility, more brand recognition and engagement, and more hits to her website. I work with clients in India and USA. (2) I am technically a Computer Engineer, having graduated from the Michigan Tech University in USA, so I am well versed in coding and programming. Writing is something I developed as a passion and is now a source of income. There are many diplomas and certifications available for the different modules of Digital Marketing I practice but I have none, other than the successful ROI reports I share with my clients. (3) To be frank, I have no clue about the work-from-home opportunities for someone with such a high degree in Microbiology, but you never know unless you try, so Google for your dream job. Look at the open positions available - are any of those work from home? Are there any positions work from home? If Microbiology doesn't give you a career, maybe there's something else you can try on your own. I got my first job upon graduation as a Business Reporting consultant, which means I didn't have any training and minimal knowledge of this field. So I took up training and after 3 months, I took the necessary exams to become a certified Business Intelligence Consultant and Master. So look for opportunities you feel you can fit in. And then drop me a line. \n\nWe can do this. Together. \nThanks!
03 Apr 2017, 08:28pm View Less
Hi Sushma, thanks for connecting with me. Here are my answers to your queries - (1) I am a Digital M

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Sushma asked

Mam could you please help me with some queries. 1- what do you exactly do under work from home\n2- is any particular qualification required for this\n3- I have done M.Sc. Microbiology and have basic knowledge of computer and internet. Is there any suitable job for me that can be done from home?
03 Apr 2017, 05:51pm
Hi Sushma, thanks for connecting with me. Here are my answers to your queries - (1) I am a Digital Marketing Strategist, which means I'm working in Website Design, Website Development, Social Media Management, Social Media Optimisation, Search Engine Optimisation, Content Writing and Content Development. Some projects require all these modules, while some projects need one or two. Basically I promise the client to give her more online visibility, more brand recognition and engagement, and more hits to her website. I work with clients in India and USA. (2) I am technically a Computer Engineer, having graduated from the Michigan Tech University in USA, so I am well versed in coding and programming. Writing is something I developed as a passion and is now a source of income. There are many diplomas and certifications available for the different modules of Digital Marketing I practice but I have none, other than the successful ROI reports I share with my clients. (3) To be frank, I have no clue about the work-from-home opportunities for someone with such a high degree in Microbiology, but you never know unless you try, so Google for your dream job. Look at the open positions available - are any of those work from home? Are there any positions work from home? If Microbiology doesn't give you a career, maybe there's something else you can try on your own. I got my first job upon graduation as a Business Reporting consultant, which means I didn't have any training and minimal knowledge of this field. So I took up training and after 3 months, I took the necessary exams to become a certified Business Intelligence Consultant and Master. So look for opportunities you feel you can fit in. And then drop me a line. \n\nWe can do this. Together. \nThanks!
03 Apr 2017, 08:29pm View Less
Hi Sushma, thanks for connecting with me. Here are my answers to your queries - (1) I am a Digital M

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Swapnil asked

Hello Ankita, I am Swpnil Mishra, an MCA, Bed and I want do do work from home. I have teaching and office manager experience and good in hindi typing also. please guide me to get job as early as possible
03 Apr 2017, 10:46am
Hi Swapnil,\n\nThanks for connecting with me. Here are some steps you can take to get started in work from home opportunities:\n\n1. Create a profile here on Sheroes and start applying to relevant jobs.\n\n2. Sign up on freelancing websites like Freelancer.com, workforhire.com, Upwork.com, etc. (do a Google search on "Freelancing websites" and you should get a proper list of all popular freelancing websites) and set up your profiles. Find relevant projects where your experience, knowledge and expertise will work, and start bidding.\n\nNow from your email, you mentioned teaching and office manager experience, so you can try for "Virtual Assistant" positions too. \n\nAnd finally, if you're not too sure where to apply, just sign up on the different websites, and look at the latest opportunities to see where you can fit in. It doesn't need to be related to your prior teaching and office manager experiences. Or even Hindi typing skills. It can be different. You really need to put time aside every day to view open opportunities and look within yourself to see how you can fit in. Take me for example, I was working at Fisher-Price back in New York in Business Intelligence Reporting and my specialty was Cognos reporting. But once I got back to India, I started Image Consulting and eventually Digital Marketing, as per my life conditions. So look beyond and see what triggers your passion, do a great job in every project you win, and opportunities will keep coming. \n\nDrop me a line here if you need more help.\n\nThanks!\nAnkitaa
03 Apr 2017, 01:54pm View Less
Hi Swapnil,\n\nThanks for connecting with me. Here are some steps you can take to get started in wor

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Swapnil asked

Hello Ankita, I am Swpnil Mishra, an MCA, Bed and I want do do work from home. I have teaching and office manager experience and good in hindi typing also. please guide me to get job as early as possible
03 Apr 2017, 10:46am
Hi Swapnil,\n\nThanks for connecting with me. Here are some steps you can take to get started in work from home opportunities:\n\n1. Create a profile here on Sheroes and start applying to relevant jobs.\n\n2. Sign up on freelancing websites like Freelancer.com, workforhire.com, Upwork.com, etc. (do a Google search on "Freelancing websites" and you should get a proper list of all popular freelancing websites) and set up your profiles. Find relevant projects where your experience, knowledge and expertise will work, and start bidding.\n\nNow from your email, you mentioned teaching and office manager experience, so you can try for "Virtual Assistant" positions too. \n\nAnd finally, if you're not too sure where to apply, just sign up on the different websites, and look at the latest opportunities to see where you can fit in. It doesn't need to be related to your prior teaching and office manager experiences. Or even Hindi typing skills. It can be different. You really need to put time aside every day to view open opportunities and look within yourself to see how you can fit in. Take me for example, I was working at Fisher-Price back in New York in Business Intelligence Reporting and my specialty was Cognos reporting. But once I got back to India, I started Image Consulting and eventually Digital Marketing, as per my life conditions. So look beyond and see what triggers your passion, do a great job in every project you win, and opportunities will keep coming. \n\nDrop me a line here if you need more help.\n\nThanks!\nAnkitaa
03 Apr 2017, 01:55pm View Less
Hi Swapnil,\n\nThanks for connecting with me. Here are some steps you can take to get started in wor

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Rashmi asked

Hi Ankita,\nI am Rashmi Shukla I have been working in KPO companies into US Healthcare profile for past 4 years ,recently I got married and now I am planning for baby after an year but problem is that there is no one to take care of my baby if I do so ,So could you please suggest me what would be best job profile which I can pursue and manage home with baby at least for 3-5years .\nThanks!
03 Apr 2017, 02:09am
Hi Rashmi,\n\nThanks for connecting with me here. I completely understand your situation, having been through this dilemma myself. This is one of the main reasons I choose to be a WFH worker, even when I get lucrative offers regularly to join an office setup. My daughter is 3 and I can't bear to leave her in someone else's hands. So I get it. \n\nFirst, talk to your current company for work from home opportunities. Maybe they can help you - you'd never know until you ask. So first try that.\n\nSecond, browse through Sheroes and other freelancing sites to find open WFH positions that will fit your profile. Connect with these people and snag projects. You can start with simple projects that take a few days and then as you build your confidence, you can move on to monthly retainer positions.\n\nRegarding your baby, create a workspace where you can be with your baby. Get ideas online. In my office, one corner is dedicated to my daughter so she can be with me while I'm working. And you have to start talking early to your baby about your work. My daughter is 3 but she realizes I need to work every day, except Sundays. If someone comes into my office when I'm working, she is the first one to tell all that "Mamma is working". So start talking to your baby early about your work. Your baby will become your biggest supporter. Keep lots of books available and toys too. And manage your time efficiently so that you don't feel you're ignoring your work or your baby. There are times when my baby sits on my table colouring Peppa Pig or Pocoyo, and I'll be telling her to choose the right colors while I code in PHP. So be prepared to multitask, to the extreme.\n\nI can go on with stories like this, but the main point here is you can work with your baby in tow. Nothing is impossible. You don't need anyone else, except maybe a couple of maids who can take care of cooking and housekeeping (though you have to be vigilant on them too!)\n\nDrop me a line, if you have any questions.\n\nThanks! \nAnkitaa
03 Apr 2017, 02:09pm View Less
Hi Rashmi,\n\nThanks for connecting with me here. I completely understand your situation, having bee

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Shilpa asked

Hi Manisha,\n\nI am Shilpa Bakka, having more than 12 Years of experience in IT industry. Currently I am working with Cerner Healthcare Services as a Manager. I am looking for job since last 6 months though continuity is not there. However, I am unable to crack any interviews. I have hardly attended 4 interviews and received very few calls. I need your guidance and support to understand and address reason why I am unable to get into new job. I am considered one of the best employees in my current organization. The reason why I ma looking for new job is the location of my office from home. Any suggestions in this regard are welcome.\n\nThank you,\nShilpa
01 Apr 2017, 06:06pm
Hi Shilpa, I think you posted on the wrong profile. I'm Ankitaa, not Manisha. Maybe you can post this question on Manisha's profile to get her insight. But since I've come across your question, let me share with you something - always follow-up on your interviews to know what you did right and what went wrong. Many people shy away from this, and that's a huge loss. Be brazen about it - ask them outright to know your highs and lows from their perspectives. If an interviewer dodges your question, be earnest about it and ask it outright. Again. I've seen this work with other mentees of mine. They are brilliant professionals who get stuck in interviews. They don't follow up because they want to offend anyone, but I say, be persistent. You've not been selected, so what have you got to lose, right? But be polite about it. And then once you have their reasons for not choosing you, work on those. I can help you more, if you'd like. Thanks!
01 Apr 2017, 10:13pm View Less
Hi Shilpa, I think you posted on the wrong profile. I'm Ankitaa, not Manisha. Maybe you can pos

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Rinaa asked

Hi, I am working for a homes magazine as an Editorial Coordinator & Indian Researcher for international lift stories. I am MBA-HR and persuing my PG diploma in Folklore & cultural studies. I want to work from home now. Pls suggest me something
15 Mar 2017, 03:40pm
Hi Rinaa, thanks for asking me this question. For work-from-home positions, why don't you start where you're already working? Maybe your homes magazine has work-from-home job opportunities you can apply for? Next, choose your line of work. A good way to do this is by looking at the work-from-home positions available here on Sheroes. You can search this on freelancing sites too. Put some time every day to look at what positions are available, what skills are needed, and which positions are in high demand. This should get you an idea of what you can work on, given that work-from-home opportunities are already so limited. Once you've shortlisted the different work options, look up the pay for each. Remember freelancers are always paid less than average when they are starting out, and work-from-home freelancers even less. So prepared for that financial bite. And now you know what your work can be plus what pay you can expect from this new line of work. To make this happen, apply on relevant jobs anywhere and everywhere. Follow-up in a non-spammy manner. And don't underestimate the power of networking on LinkedIn. Use it to your full advantage. With a little persistence and lots of patience, you should be on your new work-from-home soon. I'll be on standby to support you in this endeavor. Good luck :)
16 Mar 2017, 10:21am View Less
Hi Rinaa, thanks for asking me this question. For work-from-home positions, why don't you start wher

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snehalata asked

Dear Ankitaa, I read about, how you struggle in your life to get achievement. Really inspire me. I am also career breaker for some personal issue.Now everything is fine. I have done my MCA in 2007. I have 3 years of experience in two different field i.e IT Software and Academic. Now I want to again restart my career. Please help me.
12 Mar 2017, 07:06pm
Hi Snehalata, Thanks for your kind words. I'm glad I could inspire you to take action in your life. I'll be right here to support you in this journey. You mentioned you have experience in 2 different fields but you didn't mention if you would like to go back to either of these fields. If you're undecided of what to choose - either from these 2 fields or a brand new line of work itself - first evaluate what you would want to do. Forget technical expertise. Forget educational qualifications. Think about what you want to do. Take me for example - I started my career in Business Intelligence reporting. But when I had to let go of that, simply because I was not in the USA anymore, I chose web development and writing as my lines of work because web development had always been a passion and writing was something I felt I was naturally good at. I still get Cognos calls even today but I won't go back because I love what I do now. So think about it. Where is your passion? Figuring that out takes a lot of time. Ask others around you too, but don't take their advice too literally. Just listen and note it down somewhere for comparison with your own thoughts. You know yourself the best. And there can be hidden sides to you that not even you must have explored so far. I'm an introvert, but everyday I go out of my comfort zone to talk to complete strangers to win projects. People I know told me it was useless to be in my line of work when I started, not because I didn't have the skills, but because they couldn't imagine I could talk easily or even persuasively with strangers for work. I'll wrap up here because I feel finding your line of work takes a lot of deep introspection. Once you have shortlisted your possible dream jobs or careers, then let's pick up the conversation :) Hope that works for you. Good luck! Thank you! Ankitaa Gohain Dalmia
14 Mar 2017, 07:44pm View Less
Hi Snehalata,

Thanks for your kind words. I'm glad I could inspire you to take action in your lif

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Janani asked

Hi Ankitaa this is Janani here. Being married I left my career. Now I want to persue my career where little opportunities are available. Help me with getting work from home jobs.
09 Mar 2017, 04:35pm
Hi Janani, I understand what you are going through. I had to leave my career two times in the past - once when I got married and the other time when I had a baby. But I got back, both times.. not because there were ample opportunities out there, especially for work-from-home professionals, but because I wouldn't take 'No' for an answer. So be prepared to struggle and I assure you, you will be back on track as far as your career is concerned. To get started, use Sheroes to apply to jobs you know you are qualified for and would have the time for. Proficiency and the ability to deliver on time are your keys to success because you will be working from home. And of course, communication, more importantly - written communication. First, make sure your profile is filled out well here, and then start applying. Second, be polite when you are emailing someone for the first time, as well as every time. Give respect to gain respect. I personally hate it when a prospective employee starts the email with a "Hi!", even when my name is listed in the job posting! And finally, be patient. I did a lot of to and fro between LinkedIn and Sheroes before I landed a job through Sheroes. I don't know what type of work you are looking for, so I can't answer here specifically. But do look up your old colleagues and friends from the old job(s) on LinkedIn. TELL them you are looking for work-from-home opportunities. ASK them for help. They can't know you want their help, unless you ask them. I had a tough time with this - too much ego but then, I mellowed out. And a final word - you will find many people will ask you to work for less just because you are looking at work-from-home opportunities. In the beginning, you will have to compromise to build up your profile, but know your worth. Before starting any work, calculate how much you should be ideally earning - that will keep you motivated when patience revolts. Hope I could help you. Do let me know :)
09 Mar 2017, 04:57pm View Less
Hi Janani,

I understand what you are going through. I had to leave my career two times in the pa

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Durgs asked

Mam in google search I don't find any genuine data entry jobs so that's why I'm searching here mam
22 Apr 2017, 07:53pm
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Hi Ankitaa,\n\nI have completed the work from certification. Where do I see the results?
19 Apr 2017, 08:19pm
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