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Business Development Directors are typically required to find new business opportunities for their companies. They develop and implement programs designed to increase their company's existing business and to capture new opportunities. A Business Development Director is often involved in marketing and operations planning with top executives. This includes setting objectives and identifying ways to reach these goals. An important aspect of this job is developing proposals in response to requests (RFPs). They may also deliver presentations, conduct seminars and participate in meetings with clients, vendors or advisors. Business Development Directors typically earn around $100,000 a year or more – depending on their success.
Work at home as a Research Biologist
There is one definite advantage to being a Research Biologist working from home as you'll never be required to save a beached whale. These people typically specialize in some specific biological area such as wildlife studies or microbiology. They do research and analyze test results and then report their findings back to their companies. They are like Environmental Engineers in that they often have to go into the field to do their research. However, they can do the remainder of their work from anywhere they feel comfortable. The salary of Research Biologists is not quite as hefty as some of the other occupations on this list as they earn around $95,000 a year – and again that's working mostly from their homes.
Quality Improvement Director
There’s hardly a company under the sun that doesn't want to be the best it can. Quality Improvement Directors work to develop best practices related to data architecture and systems administration. To put this a simpler way, they analyze what the company is doing well and what it could do to improve. Quality Improvement Directors establish quality and reliability standards and perform raw material studies by analyzing engineering and manufacturing requirements. They establish in-process product inspection standards and standards for how finished products are disposed of by devising evaluation tests, procedures, and methods. Quality Improvement Directors tend to be natural leaders who understand on-going trends regarding safety, quality, and reliability within their industries. Those who work remotely generally earn around $100,000 a year.
Director of Clinical Regulatory Affairs
These people are responsible for developing and implementing strategies with the goal of getting approval from their company’s products by regulatory agencies. They plan and prepare strategies to assure the earliest possible approval of regulatory submissions. In addition, they manage regulatory teams and plan, schedule, and direct activities and programs through the company's regulatory staff. A Director of Clinical Regulatory Affairs may also negotiate with exterior agencies as needed to resolve regulatory issues and expedite approvals of products and services. He or she may also be tasked to prepare responses to inquiries from regulatory authorities and to submit supplements and amendments to update information on registered products. If you can snare a position as a work from home Director of Clinical Regulatory Affairs, you should snag a salary in the nice neighborhood of $150,000 a year.
A simpler way to earn money at home
If you don't have the pedigree necessary to land one of these jobs, here's a video showcasing the top 10 work-at-home jobs you could get for sure and that pay $10 to $30 an hour.