Thanks to the Internet, people can now search for open job positions without needing to leave their homes. But because web-based job portals require limited information from employers posting jobs, with some even allowing complete anonymity, it has also served as a spawning ground for scam artists and con men who prey on the desperate, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Back in 2000 when I started looking for work at home job opportunities, freelancing was just something that was available for computer programmers. However, today more and more freelance opportunities are available for jobs involving social media management, blogging, email marketing, website design and virtual assisting. Before I started my own business and became a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I recently discovered the site TwitHire which is a free job listing service for Twitter. The purpose of the site is to enable employers to promote job opportunities and reach out to candidates by simply tweeting. The job listing tweets are listed under “All”, “Design”, “Programming” and “Others”. Unfortunately, this site doesn’t allow you search […]Continue Reading... No Comments.