Telecommuting jobs, or tjobs, is a job-search site restricted to only listing jobs available to telecommuters. The job postings are pre-screened but it’s the user’s responsibility to check out any posted offers they might want to respond to. TJobs.com has been around since 1996 and is still a great resource for finding legitimate telecommuting work.
Job postings are divided into nine basic categories. You can view the job description but if you want to actually apply for the job they now charge $15 a year for a password. The nice thing is, you can still search actual job postings before deciding if there’s enough there to warrant spending the $15 to apply for jobs. I’d suggest finding at least five before shucking out the dough.
If you’ve successfully found work via a tjobs listing, leave a comment here about your experience.