Job Increase Could Be Due to Work at Home Internet Opportunities
San Diego, CA (WebWire) March 20,2006--The federal government reports that the unemployment rate has decreased to 4.8% a net gain of 243,000 jobs in February, up from 170,000 in January. The employment increase may seem like an anomaly in light of recent news of job cuts in the manufacturing sector. One explanation may be the increase of new self-employment work at home opportunities that are being created in the on line sector.
As the reach of the World Wide Web continues to expand at an unprecedented rate, on line work at home opportunities continue to increase. Chris Carpenter, a work at home expert and columnist explains, “Internet based opportunities seem to be cushioning the overall loss of jobs in traditional industries.” In fact, Chris quit his office job over 3 years ago. “After loosing my job, I started working on line which allowed me to work from home. At first it seemed strange that I could replace my commute and 40 plus hour work week with an on line job but that’s what happened.”
Chris’s story is not an unusual one. Just as the advent of television created a whole new industry, the ever growing internet continues to provide new ways of earning an income. And, since the internet is ubiquitous, most opportunities come with the work at home and self-employment perks.
Chris explains, “If you are self motivated and a hard worker, you should seriously consider working on line.”
Now more than ever, there is an increased amount of information available on and off line that explains how to transition to the on line work force. As off line jobs decrease, the on line sector is positioned to provide work opportunities and pick up the slack.
Chris Carpenter is considered one of the leading experts on Internet advertising and is the author of the best selling affiliate marketing book, GoogleCash. For more information about Chris and his book please visit:
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