15 Great Work-at-Home Jobs for Moms

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This story originally appeared on FlexJobs.

As moms know, juggling life’s responsibilities and parenting on a daily basis often makes them highly skilled at multitasking.

The desire to have a career while being available for their children can parlay into a job that adheres to a working parent’s schedule and allows them to meet the financial needs of their family. Work-at-home jobs for moms can be the ideal way to meet obligations at home and in a career.

According to a FlexJobs survey of working parents, the ability to work flexibly is one of the top contributors to a healthy work-life balance. The FlexJobs subscription database lists thousands of work-at-home jobs that offer moms the ability to work comfortably from a home office.

We’ve compiled 15 of these job titles below, along with their median pay from PayScale. Clicking on each job title will take you to all of the related open jobs with remote flexibility available on FlexJobs right now. And, for even more help with your job search, check out our free downloadable guide for moms returning to the workforce.

Following are many great work-at-home jobs for moms.

1. Customer service representative

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Median pay: $37,907

Work-from-home customer service roles are plentiful. Workers who can take phone calls, respond to inquiries, provide customers with assistance and complete administrative tasks will be well-qualified for this type of role.

You’ll need a quiet home office and the ability to learn and use technology and software programs.

2. Data entry specialist

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Median pay: $35,833

One of the more popular jobs for stay-at-home moms, data entry positions can be highly flexible roles that allow you to manage your daily routine with your children by working while they sleep or are at school.

A data entry position requires strong keyboarding skills and sharp attention to detail, which are skills that many parents already have.

3. Recruiting coordinator

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Median pay: $45,485

If think you might enjoy helping other people get hired into a new job, a recruiting position may be a good fit.

Recruiting coordinators typically assist HR personnel with looking over resumes and performing background checks. They also help with interviews and onboarding of new employees.

4. Proofreader

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Median pay: $43,126

Proofreaders are typically highly detail-oriented and can find even the smallest of errors.

As a remote proofreader, you’ll ensure consistency, check formatting, confirm facts, check grammar and more.

5. Writer/blogger

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Median pay: $48,732

Many publications and online resources are interested in parenting topics. Use your experience in parenthood to get paid to write.

Contribute to a parent-focused website, social media outlets or other publication. Or, make your financial management expertise or career focus your basis for contributing. Use your storytelling skills to cash in!

6. Transcriptionist

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Median pay: $32,861

Transcription jobs for stay-at-home moms are available with remote, part-time and flexible schedule options. Common tasks of a transcriptionist include transcribing audio or written content, reviewing reports and correcting errors.

Most jobs require the ability to type 75 words per minute or more.

7. Virtual assistant

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Median pay: $38,478

Virtual assistants provide administrative support to an individual or team. Handling email and social media, maintaining calendars, scheduling meetings and travel, planning events, and researching may be some of your tasks.

Virtual assistant jobs are done 100% from home and can be found on a part-time or full-time basis.

8. Online teacher/tutor

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Median pay: $43,476

As a parent, you’ve likely taught your child to read, tutored them through math assignments, and provided most of their life skills. Education is most likely part of your daily routine already, so why not convert those skills to earn an income?

9. Accounting clerk

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Median pay: $38,500

Accounting clerks most often maintain financial records, reconcile bank statements, prepare reports, process transactions and provide clerical support to the accounting department.

Bookkeeping, data entry and word processing skills are often required. Accounting clerks can often find remote roles that may be full time or even freelance.

10. Graphic designer

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Median pay: $43,275

Digital and visual designers can find great roles that allow the job to be done completely from home and often on a flexible schedule.

Graphic designers might lay out book design, create logos and ads, or design websites.

11. Health coach

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Median pay: $45,324

Many stay-at-home moms work diligently on their own fitness to stay in shape. Why not use those skills and share them with others?

Remote roles in fitness and mental health can be an ideal way to help others live a healthier lifestyle while keeping your own health journey on track.

12. Marketing specialist

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Median pay: $49,912

Marketing positions can take many forms, including marketing coordinator, SEO specialist and content strategist, among others.

In marketing, you’ll work to promote a product or service through branding and outreach.

13. Social media specialist

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Median pay: $41,945

Many moms are social media-savvy individuals already, posting about their children’s achievements and activities in addition to their own, making this a natural work-at-home job for moms.

In a social media career, you could work as a social media evaluator, possibly checking ads and website content for relevancy. Or, you could create content for a company’s social media.

14. Travel consultant

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Median pay: $40,520

Virtual travel positions are plentiful. In this industry, you’ll manage travel arrangements for various clients, such as a cruise line, airline, resort or excursion’s bookings.

Many positions offer the benefit of travel credits that could also allow you and your family to travel. To say the least, this is a stay-at-home job for moms that could offer perks to the entire family!

15. Web designer

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Median pay: $49,476

Web designers create the visuals of a website, designing navigational elements, creating graphics, choosing fonts and colors and using HTML code.

Typically, previous experience or a portfolio are required. Web designers can often work from home and can find freelance and flexible schedule roles.