I saw this listing on Craigslist yesterday and thought I’d post it here in case there’s someone stopping by who might be interested in working in the wedding industry… >>Continue reading Work at Home as an Advertising Sales RepRead more
Category: Finding Jobs
How to find telecommuting jobs and opportunities.
Discovering Your True Calling In Life
Ultimately, your true calling in life would be to do something that you love to do, or do something that you’re good at. And if you’re lucky, it would involve both of these. Now that sounds simple enough, doesn’t it? >>Continue reading Discovering Your True Calling In LifeRead more
Her Husband Needs a Job
Frustrated with the job market and wanting to help her husband, who had earned his MBA from Georgetown University, Robin decided to set up a website to creatively draw attention to his credentials. >>Continue reading Her Husband Needs a Job
Writing obviously lends itself well to telecommuting. It matters not where you write, just that you write. It’s not enough for a writer to show up for work. A writer must write. And writing can be done from virtually anywhere, right!
Writing gigs are fairly easy to find online, but most don’t pay very well. That’s fine if you really need a starting point and are working to build your resume, but it’s not too enticing to write for Helium or Today.com if you’ve got a considerable amount of experience already. If you already have a strong writing background and resume, you should be looking for jobs like these… >>Continue reading Writing GigsRead more
QuietHire.com – Your Anonymous Job Search
It’s always a good idea to explore your options. But traditional job boards often require you to create an account and post a resume. If you already have job and are just looking to explore options, or you’re really eager to make a change but don’t want to chance possible repercussion to your current job security if you posted your resume on line than the choice was often to spend… >>Continue reading QuietHire.com - Your Anonymous Job SearchRead more
Systems Analyst On the Loose
To blame? A micro managing CIO. I ran across this insightful blog post about company morale and telecommuting and am taking the liberty of including Alison’s entire post here because it’s short and sweet and because it speaks directly to company managers and human resource personnel.
While Alison generally blogs for fun about celebrity gossip, music, and her favorite TV shows, on March 4th she posted this…
5 Ways to Find Your Next Telecommuting Job
The trend of telecommuting is on the rise as employers begin to see the savings involved in both gas and office space. With gas prices at an all-time high, many Americans are looking for ways to do less driving and more companies than ever before are offering telecommuting options to their current employees and searching for at-home employees to fill open positions. The question for the job seeker is now how to find these opportunities. Below are five methods you can use to find a telecommuting position. >>Continue reading 5 Ways to Find Your Next Telecommuting JobRead more
Medical Related Work at Home Jobs
I was having a discussion with a friend about how not all industries lend themselves well to telecommuting. My friend is a nurse, so her schedule is definitley flexible but her current job is certainly not something she could do from home. So I went looking to see if I could find any telecommuting jobs that someone with a medical background could pursue… >>Continue reading Medical Related Work at Home JobsRead more
Leapforce Agents – Search Engine Evaluators
I’ve heard tell of Search Engine Evaluator positions, but I’ve never taken the time to look into them. So today I hopped on over the LeapForce to check out their work at home position for a Search Engine Evaluator! >>Continue reading Leapforce Agents - Search Engine EvaluatorsRead more