A broad range of U.S. employers now offer jobs that are partially or fully telecommuting positions in such fields as sales, education, information technology and many others. Telecommuters typically work from home and do not need to report to an office setting on a regular basis. Telecommuting positions are available at all levels from entry level to managerial.
Among the companies that offer telecommuting are such well known entities as Dell and Xerox, along with lesser known companies such as A Place for Mom and Anthem. The rise in telecommuting is attributed in part to employees with families looking to spend more time at home but also to avoid long commutes. In some cases the employers do require residence in a certain geographic area.
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