A typical day of working at home, is I would contact all of the people in our data base, and ask if they have any clothing to donatem, and house hold items, and if they do, I would arrage a pick up time for the donations, by letting the donar know what time the truck is coming, so that they could have the items ready in a bag outside on their front porch with DDA written on the bag.
There were no co workers to deal with, because I worked at home. The hardest part of the job was
when some of people who promised to donate forgot to follow through, even if some one else reminded them. But for the most part 86% of mine did follow through.
The most enjoyable part of the job was when I would count how many promises of donations I got per hour, and if it totalled to 6.5-7 per hour then I knew I met my quota, and that I had done a great job.
not wasting time commuting
there was no cons