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April 9th, 2006
Before analyzing another telecommuting jobs resource, which is www.jobs-telecommuting.com this time, I would like to point out certain differences between a telecommuting job and a home-based job. Both of them are work-from-home types, though while telecommuting you will probably need to turn up at your office some days a week.
The main difference between a home-based job and telecommuting is that in the first case you can be self-employed. You can be your own boss, manage your schedule and build up your own clientele. If you are a telecommuter that means that you are still attached to your employer. The first one is largely your individual undertaking, while the second one implies working in a team. Both kinds of jobs require a PC, Internet access, and a telephone line (telephone) to reach you.
As you know, the tendency towards working from home is becoming stronger and soon half of the workforce will be stationed at home. If you are not ready to start your own business, but are definitely not ready to become a part of a noisy office and noisy colleagues, you can go telecommuting. And jobs-telecommuting.com can probably help you with it.
The main page advertises various services and products that you can join or purchase online. Among others are Ultimate Work At Home Jobs Package, Learn to Sell Anything on eBay, Home Employment Directory, offers to earn extra cash on Mystery Shopping and by participating in online surveys and even a guide to how obtain grants for doctors.
You can check out the jobs package and I can tell that the jobs database is rather impressive ranging from support staff and translators to cartoonists and auto appraisers. The website boasts of over 9,000 job listings. However, after getting you inspired and feeling you are an inch away from your dream job and when you click there to get started, they ask you to pay for the package first (Ultimate Work At Home Jobs Package $44.95 (download) and $54.95 (CD)). Ah the world is not perfect!
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April 7th, 2006
What are the most popular telecommuting jobs (which means the ones that can be done by an individual working from home for a company or firm)? In the previous post I started reviewing the most clicked-on telecommuting jobs site . Now to be continued.
If you go to Telecommuting Job Opportunities, you will find nine categories with Other Skills and Freelance Projects among them. The list also includes the following:
- artists, desktop publishers and photographers;
- data entry, transcription;
- programmers, IT;
- web designers;
You can further your search by going to one of these categories. I have tried that: clicked on Sales and selected Assistant Recruiter, which is an actual job offer advertising vacancies for full- and part-time online recruiters. It is a home- and commission-based work for those still able to think outside the box (meaning the office cubicle really).
The mission of assistant recruiters is to find resumes online and screen them for recruiter. The assistant is paid on the basis of successful placements. However, the name of the employer is not specified and if you click on Apply for this Job at the end of the ad, you will be led to an already familiar page that offers you to pay $15 for a special password, without which you will not be able to move on.
But still there are numerous jobs postings here and maybe you can find the one that fits you most. In Sales you can also come across such vacancies as sales directors, a N.C. account executive, independent outside sales rep, online advertising sales and others.
Artists, Desktop Publishers and Photographers feature graphic/web designer offers, photographers, a lead concept artist, those well-versed in color web design, etc. Two of the entries are marked as Hired, which probably denotes that someone has already started chronicling one’s travels (travel writer needed) and procured a good picture for a book cover (picture needed for book cover).
If you are interested in getting a telecommuting job, you can go to www.tjobs.com and find out more.
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April 6th, 2006
Telecommute jobs sites are an ideal choice for everyone who wants a home-based job. And it is not only for those who have been working in an office for years and now decided to be closer to the family and be in better control of domestic life. You do not have to be on the staff and try wriggle out of stuffy rooms of the office.
You can get a telecommuting job via Internet. There are companies and online recruitment agencies that promise to find an appropriate employment for you. One of such sites is www.tjobs.com. They have been on the market for 10 years now and position themselves as the safest site for real, screened jobs. Let’s see what they have.
In the ‘Find Jobs’ section there are numerous job categories, such as artists, desktop publishers and photographers, engineers, programmers, IT, sales, web designers, writers and freelance projects. If you are none of the above, you can go to other skills category to check out if there is something interesting for you there.
If you click on one of these categories, you will find more detailed listings and concrete job offers. For example, artists, desktop publishers and photographers will further divert into photographers/editors/sales, art director/independent video game director, etc. If you can sell ice to an Eskimo, go to the sales category, they need you.
The Online Resume section helps you to create a new resume or to update an existing one. There you will need to get a special password that costs $15 a year. With this password you get access to all job getting resources of the site. It contains a salary guide calculator that helps you negotiate the right salary to land a job, telecommuting surveys with information about the needs of both telecommuters and their employers and others.
In Hires Made Here category the employers share their views and experience and voice their appreciation to the web site for the employees they got through this resource. It looks inspiring.
If you are an employer, you can post listings for telecommuting workforce.
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