I would research the company very carefully, we have a coder in our office who took a part time job, that then wanted her to go full time, but all of a sudden they lost a client and didn't have any charts for her for over two weeks. She still works for the remote company, but also has a nice warm, full time with benefits chair right across the room from me today. It would really depend on the company, do they offer any sort of guarantee (in writing) of so many hours that you will be paid no matter what? It is nice to code from home, but don't discount the fact that contact with other humans in the office can actually be a source of job satisfaction that is missing when working at home, of course if you like your co-workers.
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