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Ready to learn the secrets of working from home – or anywhere in the world? Due to the coronavirus pandemic, more people than ever before are homebound. Many are working remotely, while others have been furloughed or laid off.

That’s why we’re sitting down with founder/CEO of Proofread Anywhere, Caitlin Pyle. She’s diving into ways we can work from home and start a career in proofreading.

You don’t need to be a “grammar genius” to be successful at proofreading. All you need is an Internet connection, an email account, and an eye for detail. Furthermore, if proofreading isn’t your speciality, working from home is still possible for anyone willing to learn a new skill. Don’t know where to start? Check out Pyle’s website, workathomeschool.com.

So now, stay tuned as Pyle explains the importance of shifting your goal away from “making money” and toward “solving problems for other people.” With help from Pyle, get ready to become a work-from-home pro in no time.

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