Social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook are getting a lot of press these days as job search tools. But have you considered adding Craigslist to that list of online employment destinations? Kevin Donlin tells you why you just might want to! >>Continue reading How to Find a Job on Craigslist: Advice From Kevin Donlin
Category Archives: Finding Jobs
I’ve gotten so many comments lately that ask about finding ‘real’ work from home jobs that I figured it was time for another advice session here. This post is not for the faint of heart. If you want to hear that you can make thousands every week while you sleep, you’re in the wrong place. If you want some cold and harsh advice about the reality of finding telework, read… >>Continue reading Finding Telework
An earlier posting here on TelecommutingJournal had some comments about LiveOps. You can drill down in the comments to see how that came about.
If any of you are considering joining LiveOps, Jami, over at Work at Home Moms, posted this update about her job with them. She started her job with them on March 6th and it looks like things are going… >>Continue reading LiveOps Update
The MyZip Network is building “the first nationwide network of neighborhood blogs” and they’re looking for San Francisco Bay Area bloggers. The pay is 50 bucks a month. It’s not going to pay your bills, but it’s definitely a job you can do part time from home.
Here’s what they say about the compensation:
We are hard at work creating a generous compensation system that rewards MyZip.net… >>Continue reading MyZip.net Is Looking For Bloggers
I get a lot of questions about working at home from people who know me or know I work at home. It’s actually one of the reasons I started this blog. Not too long ago I was talking with someone who knows my husband and he asked me about how I ended up working at home. He was interested because his son was interested and being a good dad, he… >>Continue reading Advice for someone who wants to start doing some online work...
Here’s a list of 10 cool telecommuting jobs listed on Craigslist:
- Part Time Research and Outreach Associate / Intern
- Part Time — Admin & Operations Assistant — Telecommute $500-$1,000 (Midtown)
- Freelance PHP
- Writer needed for comedy webcast
- Personal Assistant Needed for Busy Comedian/Producer (Chelsea)
- Experienced Medical Transcriptionists/Editors Needed Immediately
- Do You Love Food and Travel?
- Speech Writer / Global Business
- financial researcher needed
- RECRUITER – CONTRACT
PETA, the non-profit animal organization, has some jobs posted and, although they officially say that they do not offer telecommuting opportunities on their Work at PETA FAQ page, I found a listing for an Online Fundraising Creative Assistant that’s also listed on Craigs list that says telecommuting IS okay for this position (see PostingID: 541203791 at http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/npo/541203791.html).
You do have to have Internet… >>Continue reading Animal Lover? Work for PETA.
I just saw a really cool job posting on Craig’s List! Here’s what it says
30+ hours per week personal / exec assistant to a slightly kooky, control freak perfectionist.
*Managing household and household staff (housekeepers, gardeners, dog walkers, misc. workers);
*Scheduling (heavy at times with lots of changes);
*Travel planning (business and leisure);
*Occasional social events / party planning;
*Seeing that the pets are taken… >>Continue reading Job Posting for Personal / Executive Admin. Asst.
There’s a blog job posting on the ProBlogger Job Board that sounds pretty interesting. You’ll need to do an article a day and turn them in by 9am EST Monday through Friday. And they’re wanting someone with previous experience, so you’ll have to show them a sample of your work. Here’s what they’re looking for:
I need 4 – 6 short blog posts targeting kids between the ages… >>Continue reading Here's a Blog Job...
I ran across this site, Creative Hotlist where you can search for work-at-home jobs quite easily. The site also allows you to create an account and build a portfolio with a resume if you know exactly what you’re looking for.
I tried the smart search and found the following job listings:
If you’ve been online for any length of time, you’ve probably seen (or at least heard of) Craigslist. It’s a huge community of classified ads where you can find almost anything – even jobs.
To begin a search, type the keyword telecommuting into… >>Continue reading Using CraigsList to Find Jobs
I often receive a lot of email. Recently I received information via an email alert from the Nell Taliercio, the Telecommuting Answer Lady, about a unique opportunity she’s stumbled upon. It’s a pretty cool job opportunity so I’m going to share it with you:
Mom’s Radio Network is seeking a new host for Baby Talk Radio. We would love to find a chatty expectant mom to… >>Continue reading For Chatty Moms: Podcasting Host Opportunity