If you don't want to go to an office and work at a set time five days per week, there are other options for work. You can become an independent contractor with Uber or Lyft. Or you can work as a real employee for a real company. FlexJobs has released a list of the top 250 companies for flex work, where flex work is defined as "a professional-level job that has a telecommuting, flexible schedule, part-time or freelance component."
The top five companies on the list are either temporary placement firms (Kelly Services, Robert Half) or tech companies (IBM, Dell, AT&T). As you peruse the list, you can also see healthcare, government, and other industries represented.
Tech abbreviations are as bad as tech acronyms - I've previously ranted about how acronyms can conceal rather than reveal. Abbreviations can be just as bad. I recently received an email that mentioned "in...
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