Personally, I think the only real work from home are the jobs which we create for ourselves. Before my current position, I worked 24 hours a day, anywhere from 5-8 days at a time in the foothills/woods of the South with at risk teens. We slept, ate, and used the bathroom in the woods...if I had put as much effort into creating my own business/organization, I could have managed my own time instead of giving my time away. If you can, create opportunities, don't look for them. As someone once told me, "If you can't find a job, make a job."