Rachel Heinen

Rachel Heinen’s first assignment toward earning her Remote Work Certification was a simple one: Set up a home office and make it a place you want to work every day.

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Rachel Heinen

Rachel Heinen’s first assignment toward earning her Remote Work Certification was a simple one: Set up a home office and make it a place you want to..

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Amber Hernandez

Sometimes, you get an idea in your head and you just can’t shake the thought.

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Melissa Rickford

As parents try their best to balance career and family, they can find themselves at a crossroads. A place of impasse where the two worlds never seem..

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Toni Standley

Sometimes, you come to a point in your professional life where you truly think, “I just can’t do this anymore.” 

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Grace Hammer

When Grace Hammer earned her agribusiness degree from Kansas State University in 2017, she knew her ultimate goal was to live and work in western..

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Scott Sproul

For years, the answer to the question of rural economic development was a single strategy: Recruit a company to the community.  The strategy may have..

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Gretchin Staples

There’s several reasons why Gretchin Staples loves her job. 

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Hollie Herbel

Sometimes you have leave to find your way back home. 

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Stephen Forbes

As Stephen Forbes’ senior year at Kansas State University approached, the computer science major didn’t have a strong idea of what type of career he..

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Matthew James

One could argue that Matthew James has done things a bit out of order.

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Nicole Godek

Nicole Godek began working remotely long before anyone ever uttered “Zoom” or worried about Wi-fi capability for a home office. But working remotely..

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Stuart Schmidt

For generations, Stuart Schmidt’s family has worked and cared for the land in Smith County. 

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Emily Reed

For Emily Reed, mornings used to mean rising early to dress up, jumping in the car, and heading down the road for a 30-minute commute.

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“Does Working Remotely Mean I’ll Make More Money?”

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Be a Career Woman and a Stay-At-Home Mom

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Don't Give Up Being a Parent to Work.

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How Working Remotely Will Empower You

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Remote Employee Life Hacks

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Why Work with Rural & Remote?

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How to Nail Your Remote Interview

Congratulations, you have landed your first remote job interview! While there are a lot of similarities to a traditional job interview, there are..

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