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In the last twenty years, a growing segment of the population is calling it quits in 'Corporate America' and refocusing their energies into some type of work from home. Though reasons for this trend are many and varied, there appears to be numerous common elements underlying the corporate worker's attraction to work from home. A Division of Allegro Global Marketing Group, Inc Corporations, in the face of increased competition from abroad, routinely exercise layoffs in an attempt to remain competitive in today's global economic marketplace.

Just as the baby boomer generation had infiltrated the job market beginning in the mid-1960's, it appears that they are starting to leave the job market as they begin to move into their retirement years. Unlike prior generations, however, in which the work force was able to support retirees with programs like social security, those retiring in the next decade or so, are facing the very real possibility, if not probability, that the social security system will weaken, if not collapse altogether by the sheer numbers of people it will need to support. Coupled with the fact that medical advances are allowing us to live longer, the situation poses some particularly difficult choices for many of us. Even if we sensed adequate security in our present positions to make it to retirement, what then? If we haven't saved sufficient money to meet our financial needs for what could amount to 20 and more years following retirement, many of us will have little choice but to find some way of supplementing our incomes to maintain some acceptable standard of living. This realization underlies much of the growing interest in working from home.