Once again, we've compiled some of the most interesting new current work-from-home jobs that are available and advertised online.

If you want to work from home, maybe one of these is for you. Or else, maybe one of these will inspire you to find something else, create your own job, or prompt you to try to convince your boss to let you work from home.

Stanford University study reports that people who work from home at least sometimes are happier and more successful than their colleagues who work in an office. This week's includes a few that will require you to come into the office occasionally (optimal, according to Stanford), along with a focus on on entry level jobs, and positions that don't require advanced technical degrees.

Ramblin Jackson, a digital marketing and video production agency, wants a a full-time B2B sales representative. Benefits include commission, paid gym membership and a book club. Note that this is actually a partial work-from-home opportunity, at  The company is located in Boulder, Colorado, and you'd have to be available to go into the office at least sometimes.

This is another job that requires you to work remotely, but does also mean a lot of travel within your region. It's at Grand Canyon University's online division, and they're looking for someone with three years of outside sales experience. Salary is listed at $65,000 a year.

You'll need a master's degree in education for this opportunity with WestEd, where the job's responsibility is to "promote excellence, achieve equity, and improve learning for children, youth, and adults." Salary is listed at $79,360 to $99,200/yr. It's a telecommuting position, but it's in New York State. 

This is for ActionVerb, a "small, entirely remote company." You'll need to be a "proven content creator with experience in writing blogs, white papers, marketing, brochure, and case studies for software or [a] high-tech company." Pay is listed at $100,000 a year.

This is an estimated $100,000-a-year job (estimate comes from GlassDoor) for a writer in the pharmaceutical development field--but no English majors need apply. (You'll need experience with medical writing and a bachelor's degree in a science-related field.) You'll research, write, and coordinate development of "scientific documents, communication materials and deliverables."

This is for Riptide Publishing. They're looking for photographers who can create "made-to-order, royalty-free, digital photographs for use in book cover designs." They pay $25 to $300 per image, and you must have a portfolio.

This is for Wolters Kluwer, which describes itself as "a global company that provides information, software, and services to professionals in four main areas: healthcare, tax, law and finance. In this position you'll design and implement training for clients like hospitals and academic institutions. They want three years experience, and according to GlassDoor, you should expect to make between $50,000 and $54,000 a year in a position like this one.

George Mason University is looking for someone who can prepare detailed annual operating budgets, track and reconcile accounts monthly, and create reports. It's a telecommuting position, but they're looking for someone with experience and living in the Washington, DC metro area. Salary should land between $45,000 and $50,000 a year.  

This is a mostly work-from-home position with a company called Results Repeat, but it requires you be able to work one day a week in their offices in Media, Pennsylvania. You'll be making between $35,000 and $40,000 a year, and your job will entail helping to increase organic traffic to the firm's client's websites.