QUIZ: Are you cut out to work from home?

Posted at 11:47 AM, Oct 28, 2014

Thanks to technology advances from smartphones, Skype, and high-speed Internet, more and more companies are saying: Why do we need people to come here to the office, when they could do it all from home?

"We're able to use things like instant messaging, and WebX technology, and conference calls where you can see people if you need to,” said Angie Grilliot with Cincinnati's United Health Care office. “They love it."

United Health Case just made Forbes Magazine’s top 10 list of the best work from home employers.

Grilliot said United Health Care has moved 25 percent of its customer service positions to home based workers.

On 9 On Your Side at 6 p.m. Thursday, John Matarese will show you other companies where you can get a great work from home job that pays.

And he speaks withTri Staters who are now earning good money without leaving their house. He'll show you how they do it.

In the meantime, take our quiz to find out if you're ready!