Why, then, you might wonder, has Jo Crossley joined a growing band of high-powered women abandoning their glittering careers to become ‘just’ teachers?Jo, a 47-year-old mother of four who was a barrister for 22 years, is emphatic that she doesn’t miss any of the garlands of the legal profession."Professionals in this field are responsible for reviewing medical information, writing documents, editing other medical writers' submissions, and working with senior management to keep projects on track," says Flexjobs. This telecommuting job has the highest possible salary on the list.A director of quality improvement who works from home has certainly improved the quality of one's own life! You look at other people's work and tell them how to do it better! "Seeking a full-time senior quality improvement specialist to manage projects and help healthcare providers improve patient care," is one listing on the Flexjobs site. "For example, a research microbiologist might study virus host interaction and determine disease resistance." Not in my house! At the moment there's only one job posting in this category, a "Research Fish Biologist" which does require "some travel." Probably to go see the fish.Indeed, she turned her back on it at what some might say was the very moment she achieved a personal pinnacle, last year earning her place in the prestigious Legal 500 ranking of lawyers in the UK.
It sure saves money and can improve quality of life."Must be a college graduate with a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience, preferably in behavioral healthcare. MAJOR GIFTS OFFICER ,000 Be a remote rainmaker for a nonprofit!Remote." SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEER 0,000 - 0,000 The list for telecommuting software jobs is very long. Many applicants also need "strong problem solving skills and show leadership combined with desire to learn and grow." Showing leadership and solving problems without having to leave your patio takes serious skills. Work your magic over the phone or email potential donors and earn a nice salary without ever getting out of bed!Figures from 2017 show that almost a quarter of teachers qualified since 2011 have already walked out.But what Jo proves is that a pool of untapped talent — more mature women who have already worked in other professions — is coming to the rescue.